AREAS, and OTHER
Right: On the starboard side of the
Atrium on Deck 6 is Internet Café.
Above: The Collection Art Gallery lies along the central corridor on Deck 6. It offers works of art for sale including works by
Peter Max, the renown artist who designed the hull art on Norwegian Breakaway.
Below: The Photo Gallery is in its own area on the starboard side of Deck 6. As on Norwegian Epic, there are no walls of printed
photos for the guests to search. Rather, using facial recognition technology, the photos taken by the ship's photographers are stored
digitally and can be accessed by guests at kiosks in the photo gallery by swiping their cabin cards. The Gallery also sells cameras,
photo equipment and accessories.
Breakaway's primary shopping
area is Tradewinds on Deck 8.
There are shops on either side of
the ship as well as counters in the
center corridor. Items for sale
include jewelry, liquor, fashion
items and souvenirs.
Cruise ship photo tour and guide - - Norwegian Breakaway- - Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) - - page 4
Teenagers have their own dedicated area, the Entourage
Teen Center (above left). Designed to resemble an adult
lounge, this area a dance floor, table games and an video screens.
The ship's Video Arcade (above right) has various video
Outdoors, there is a separate Kids Aqua Park (right)..
PHOTO TOUR AND
The largest children's facility is the Splash
Academy for ages 3 to 12 years. This two-deck high
facility has high tech games and a state of the art
cinema. In addition, there are facilities for arts and
crafts and other activities. The programs are
supervised by trained counselors. Reflecting
Norwegian's partnership with Nickelodeon, there are
opportunities to interact with Nickelodeon characters.
Outdoors on Deck 15 near the Waves Pool is The
Marketplace. Here, items for sale are displayed
on long tables and sold bazaar-style.
Somewhat off the beaten
path on the starboard side
of Deck 6 are the Card
Room (left) and the
Library (below). Beyond
their usual functions, these
rooms and the hallway
outside house a museum
dedicated to Breakaway's
godmothers, the Rockettes.
Exhibits include costumes
worn by the Rockettes and
time line panels describing
the history of the group.