1595 Norwegian Breakaway Tips

snooks

Dec 02, 2014

Deck 16 burgers are great. Deck 16 no wait for breakfast omelets. Large posters on wall are the kiosks and book your activities right away. Bring ear plugs. If you go to Taste for breakfast you get a decent order from a menu breakfast.

xxmac19393

Jan 19, 2015

O'Sheen's Irish bar is the best place to go for an enjoyable sit down breakfast. It is also great for lunch, where you can even be served at the bar!

lovestocrusie

Nov 15, 2014

Rock of ages is a good show, but get on ship and make free reservation immediately. theater cant hold everyone on ship so even of you don't know you're gonna go, grab your seats. if you don't go, then just don't go. show is an hour and 45 min. a real Broadway show so get comfortable.

carrieanderson7

Jan 10, 2015

Loved all the restaurants on board including the Buffet! Lots to do for kids.

pskwirut

Jan 10, 2015

If there's a show or restaurant you really don't want to miss, make a reservation well in advance online, or you might miss out. Also, be prepared to spend more onboard than you might have on other cruiselines.

hennypenny09

Jan 07, 2015

you should book all of your activities or entertainments ahead of time, otherwise you have no show available if you wait till a last minutes. We had so much fun at Bingo games

vbroderick2

Nov 03, 2014

Be sure to see Burn the Floor, Rock of Ages and Jungle Cirque. Also, try the hamburgers and salads on the 16th deck, outstanding.

AndrewNewJErsey

Jul 27, 2015

Just go with Carnival. Might not be as big or as glamorous - but at least they care about their passengers and not just the money they can make off of them

teresarechy

May 25, 2013

go to regular dining first night for lobster

Stasyszyn

Oct 13, 2013

Go online and book everything ahead of time!

poppop

Oct 19, 2013

If you want privacy from kids and craziness at main pool area sign up for VIBE

RayG5

Dec 14, 2013

Book your shows and reservations early. There is a lot to do but the shows can fill up quickly. The premium restaurants are worth the nominal cost and the Circ show was excellent

Duella59

Jan 21, 2014

Go to the blues club, that was the height of my trip

BAK1061

Feb 11, 2014

The ship is BIG. Be prepared for that. The shows were very good, especially the Cirque show/dinner. Ice Bar wanted $20 to enter. Included two drinks. Most people only stay 1/2 hr. We didn't try it. Cagney's was, as always, excellent. Sushi Bar was excellent. Limited hours though. 5 stars.

Cruisenbooze

Feb 16, 2014

All the free dining rooms had great food, different menus to choose from. I recommend to try them all. the Garden Cafe was also very nice, very clean, we all liked the convenience of the sinks by the exits to wash our hands after meals. The specialty restaurants, great food and entertainment.

mikezuliani

Aug 02, 2014

BOOK YOUR SHOWS THE FIRST DAY THERE!

cruiser33

Aug 05, 2014

Find the Sabretts cart (there are 3) between the pools on sea days.

cruisingallday

Aug 24, 2014

Something for everyone. Space for everyone. There is adults only space, family space, teen space. Great bars and restaurants and tons of activities.

legioncommander

Aug 23, 2014

"easy walk off" is not as easy or as walky as advertised if you want to get off the ship early. Highly recommend eating breakfast and enjoying a coffee while watching the long immovable "easy walk-off" lines snake through deck 7.

danielasd3

Aug 30, 2014

Do the ropes course the first day or after lunch, they had no wait times so you could zip through.

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