Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Review to Bermuda

Contributor Level: Third Mate

4-6 cruises


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4 out of 5

The Breakaway is a great ship!!

Sail Date: July 28, 2013

Reviewed: 3 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

The Breakaway was a beautiful ship. The entertainment was fabulous. We loved Fire and Ice. Michael Jackson and Tina Turner. tribute was outstanding. The singer was spectacular. I don't know how she ran around in those high heels. What a voice!!~! We bought their Cd. All the other shows were great. The food was good.. They should keep a area open all night to help yourself to a drink or snack. We went to the all night Irish bar for something to snack . Had limited items. Should have more appetizer items. Restaurants close to early!! We celebrated our 29th Wedding Anniversary. It was nice the waiters brought us a cake and sang to the main dining room. We had a mini suite with balcony. It was nice . If it was little bigger would have been better. Highly recommend getting a balcony. It is well worth the extra money. Nice to look out at the ocean. Our trip to Bermuda was very enjoyable. It will stay in our memories forever. Would recommend this cruise ship to everyone. Try it you will love it!!! The Mandel's from NJ
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Make sure you you make reservations for dinner and shows as soon as possible.

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