Breakfast alternatives

As I mentioned elsewhere, we always have em bring that lil continental breakfast to our cabin, way early...including 2 pots of coffee, for out on the balcony....THEN off we go to either the MDRs or O'SHEEHANS for the real deal...  We generally avoid the buffet for breakfast. It was suggested that BREAKAWAY (and I assume GETAWAY) have additional breakfasts served in MODERNO'S AND MARGARITAVILLE AT SEA...I could call NCL and ask, but its more fun this way...

 

If I understand it right...MODERNO'S has the same chow as the BUFFET....only way less people, and free....whereas MARGARITAVILLE AT SEA has an upgraded menu and cover charge...Do I have that right? 

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MARGARITAVILLE AT SEA  has an upcharge only for lunch and afternoon snacking. The breakfast buffet is complimentary. 

  Thankyou muchly....Margaritaville at sea is outside??? you can tell our "second breakfast" is an important meal heheheh...

 

Outside but covered. We found it most enjoyable for breakfast and we also had some of the nachos there for lunch one day as we had a goodly sized chunk of OBC to use. Oh and their cheeseburger in paradise is quite excellent.

Personally my idea of an alternate breakfast might consist of several rums either mixed or neat at 4 am - 5 am with some wings at O'SHEEHANS and then a nice nap till noon Wink

Outstanding..the plan of a true professional; hehheheh  I camouflage my first ones of the day will bloody marys, at a bar near you......even the Queen admits it improves my attitude immeasurably.....after that, I have a dedicated bottle of STOLY...it seems to magically move around the ship as I move....

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