The Norwegian Breakaway will ensure passengers don’t get homesick onboard.
Norwegian Cruise Line has launched a New York City-inspired theme to promote its new ship, the Norwegian Breakaway. “The Best of NYC Sails to Sea” campaign will introduce the cruise ship that will use NYC as its home port year-round. The hull of the ship was recently painted with the artwork designed by Peter Max, featuring colorful illustrations of the New York Skyline and the Statue of Liberty.
The Norwegian Breakaway will bring onboard the best of NYC so guests won’t be too homesick while traveling. The cruise line has ordered three Sabrett hot dog carts, which are the same ones found on the streets of NYC. The carts will feature the familiar yellow and blue umbrellas, and include Sabrett’s classic condiments.
Kevin Sheehan, CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, explained that, “As a New Yorker, I’ve been a fan of Sabrett’s. Since we are launching New York’s ship, it made complete sense to bring New York’s favorite hot dog to Norwegian Breakaway.”
If hot dog isn’t your thing, then passengers can also dine at the seafood restaurant that is operated by the famous New York chef, Geoffrey Zakarian. There are plenty more of things to do and see onboard, including an ice bar, aqua park, spas, lounges, and auditoriums.
The Norwegian Breakaway will be revealed to the public in the beginning of May. Voyages from New York include traveling to the Caribbean, Bermuda, Florida, and the Bahamas.