Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Review to Bermuda

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4 out of 5

Diverted but not foundered

Sail Date: October 09, 2016

Reviewed: 8 months ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

Held overnight in NYC due to Nicole, then diverted to Port Canavaral and Nassau instead.  Neither port stay - half a day each - long enough to do much.  No excursions even offered in Nassau.  Better a full day in Nassau and in San Juan, say.  Enjoyed the ship very much, with only one bad meal in Cagney's, of all places; slow and cold.  Shows good, music good, comedy club fun.  Service on the whole was very good.  Seas a bit rough though.

NCL fumbled wheelchair assistance on both embarkation and disembarkation.

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Nice sized patio, adequate sitting area, comfortable bed, adequate storage, and comfortable bathroom. Good steward, too. The cabin door was too narrow for my walker, so I had to fold it up to get in or out, an annoying hassle. Sufficient mirrors and lighting. Didn't like the sofa much, could be more comfortable.
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To travel forward-to-aft or vice-verca go through on Deck 6, to avoid the crowds, smoke and clutter on Deck 7, the casino, upper atrium bars and O'Sheehan's. Note: Theatre is forward; dining, aft.

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