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  • Writer's pictureJason Leppert

Norwegian Breakaway Signs Up for Fun

The latest construction photos of Norwegian Cruise Line‘s Norwegian Breakaway highlight the fun to be had on her upper decks – with ship attractions that just barely clear the height limits of the indoor Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.

What’s more, Norwegian Breakaway‘s illuminated deck signage awaits final installation (as seen above), signaling the near completion of her final construction. Enjoy the shipyard photo tour below to witness the progress, and catch up on previous Norwegian Breakaway news and images here.

The Rock Climbing Wall is Prepared (Copyright © Norwegian Cruise Line)

The Colorful Ropes Course Structure (Copyright © Norwegian Cruise Line)

The Ropes Course from Another Angle (Copyright © Norwegian Cruise Line)

Ropes Course and Crane (Copyright © Norwegian Cruise Line)

Ropes Course – A Giant Erector Set (Copyright © Norwegian Cruise Line)

Water Slide and Wind Blocking Glass Railings (Copyright © Norwegian Cruise Line)

The 33MPH Aqua Loops at the Aqua Park (Copyright © Norwegian Cruise Line)

Norwegian Breakaway launches this May with sailings from New York. For more information about the upcoming ship, visit Norwegian Cruise Line’s website here.


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