Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

Contributor Level: Purser

4-6 cruises


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2 out of 5

Service in the Manhatten Room, Taste and Savor was very slow and the food was just okay .Menu's really did not change much.

Sail Date: April 06, 2014

Reviewed: 3 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

We got much better service and food at O'Sheenan's. Jefferson who worked in O'Sheenan gave us great service and was very pleasant to talk to. Antolin who worked in the Manhatten Room also gave us good service and was very pleasant.

Our Cabin #10844 was very nice and Miguel our cabin stewart kept the cabin clean and remembered our names from day one .

This was our first time cruising with Norwegin and probably our last.The only really good thing about it was that it left from New York.Maybe if we were crusing with children it would have been a better experience ,because i think the Breakaway is more geared for families with children.


Ship Quality
Too Big
Food and Dining
poor service and food
Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
we did enjoy the shows,but they were very loud.
Children's Programs N/A
Onboard Activities
Destinations and Excursions
New York, New York
Port Canaveral, Florida
did not get off ship because of the rain.
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas did not get to see it because of the weather.
Nassau, Bahamas
It was okay


Eat at O'Sheenan for best food and service.

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