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Norwegian Breakaway Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Norwegian Breakaway to the Caribbean
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michael_palen
6-10 Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Nov 2015
Cabin: Balcony Stateroom

First, our cabin attendant (14106) Eugene was very good, and made our day every day! The ship was not as impressive as the previous ships we have been on from Norwegian. It seems they were built more with kids in mind, IE the pool areas and the dining areas. The food was great abundant and very good! the service was the best. The crew helpful and courteous.

I am into kareoke and have been told that I might have started the band sing along from cruises in the past. I feel the time setup for Kareoke in general could be improved to a little later spots, since they interfere with dining and shows presently. I enjoyed previous venues which involved cabaret type setups, to and fro on walks here and there, similar to the piano bars. I also thought the Idol was good but I failed to sign up and was refused entry when someone did not show up. Liked the format though instead of previous game show venues, where I was asked to sing a girls song.

We were forced to change our cabin (14230) early on due to engine vibration, which was not fun and then moved forward to a better room vibration wise but unfortunately were placed next to a room in which the occupants were late night noisy.

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Balcony Stateroom

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Ggood but balcony too small and walls too thin!

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