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NCL's hottest ship is on her way to America

Norwegian Cruise Line's "Getaway" is presently on her way to Miami and due to arrive late January to begin her 7-day round-trip sailings, to the Eastern Caribbean, on Feb 1. Not only is she the newest ship in Norwegian Cruise Line's fleet, she is also the largest. With a gross tonnage of 145,655 she can accommodate 3,969 passengers (double occupancy), staff and crew.

NCL's Getaway
NCL's Getaway

She is the sister ship to the "Breakaway" which began sailing in 2013 from New York, both of which offer the best amenities, and like the other ships in Norwegian Cruise Line's fleet they offer

(a) the best live entertainment, both day and night with acts such as the Second City Comedy Troup, the Award Blue Man Group; singers in the lounges and amazing product shows.

(b) Freestyle dining, where you can choose to have a four-course sit-down-meal with wine, or grab and hamburger hot off the grill.

(c) enjoy the Casino with the only certified slots at sea, or one of your favorite table games.

(d) relax in a variety of bars and lounges - piano brs, sports pubs, or large discos with pumping music.

These are only a few of the many exciting things to do when on the "Getaway", but therte is more - the new innovative, industry-first open air promenade - The Waterfront, 678 Ocean Place a unique experience, and Cirque Dream & Dinner at the Spiegel Tent.

Kids can enjoy the plunging waterslides, the special youth programs with a specially trained staff in a protected area, and all passengers can take part in the many fitness programs - hight energy Zumba classes, boxing at the Fight Klub, Pilates sessions, and an outdoor Sports Complex with rock climbing walls, basketball, mini-golf and much much more.

To get started NCL is offering Special Discounts visit here to sign up and be notified of what is being offered on their new ship that will take you from Miami with it's trendy Art Deco District of South Beach to the first Caribbean Island stop at Philipsburg, St Martin, one of the smallest islands that encompasses two governments, one French the other Dutch; then it is onto to St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands once home of pirates but now where the shopping let's you steal the best deals the Caribbean has to offer. Nassau in the Bahamas is the last port, another that offers the best duty-free shopping where you can bargain in the giant market place, or try snorkeling with the colorful fish.

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