Norwegian Getaway

Norwegian Getaway

Norwegian Getaway is the second ship in the Breakaway Class. Construction work got under way at MEYER WERFT in autumn 2012. The ship was delivered to the American shipping company “Norwegian Cruise Line” in January 2014.

There are two cruise ships in the Breakaway Class: Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway. Both vessels stand out for their impressive size and hull paintings, which are inspired by their home ports of New York (Norwegian Breakaway) and Miami (Norwegian Getaway) – just like their on-board facilities and interior design.
Other highlights include a water park with five slides and a high ropes course. These NCL liners are also the first ever to feature a promenade deck – the 400-metre Waterfront is perfect for long walks.

Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway were built by MEYER WERFT from 73 steel blocks. They were designed with an innovative freestyle cruising concept to give passengers maximum individuality, freedom and flexibility. The vessels in the Breakaway Class remained the largest ever German-made cruise ships before the first vessel was delivered in the Quantum Class.

Tonnage
145,655 GT
Length
324 m
Width on frames
39.7 m
Decks
18
Total Engine Power
67,200 kW
Driving Power
42 MW
Cruising Speed
21.5 kn
Passengers
3.963
Passenger Cabins
2,015
Production Series
Breakaway Class
Shipyard
MEYER WERFT
Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line