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Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Review by rh18128: sorry to have chosen the Breakaway for the family trip

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rh18128
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sorry to have chosen the Breakaway for the family trip

Sail Date: December 2013
Destination: Bahamas
Embarkation: New York (Manhattan)

since 1994, I cruise once or twice a year.. the breakaway is a casino cruise. excellent for those that love the casino,. casino passengers have priority check in over the latitude members, even when you are directly by their staff to see a agent for check in, we were told to go back on line because a casino passenger shows up.

the foods were super salty , and the choices were limited. unless you pay to go to the specialty restaurant, the foods and the taste was much better.

the shows on board the ship by far is the worse I had seen in my past 20 years of cruising.

out of the 25 friends and family members on board, not one enjoyed.

Instead of 3 port of call, the private island port was cancel. so , out of the 7 days, almost spent 4 days at sea.

One night , we make a 8:00 PM reservation with La Bistro, after waiting for half an hour, then were told our table was not ready. we left and went to the buffet just to get something to eat. ( it is More late ....) Less


Published 01/08/14

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Cabin review:

small, not even a small chair in the room. 2 feet between the two beds,

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