Norwegian Cruise Lines has been generating positive cruise industry buzz over the last few weeks. After all, the launch of its new “Cruise like a Norwegian” national adverting campaign alone would be enough garner cruisers attention. But Norwegian topped itself with a simultaneous announcement of advance booking availability to sail its newest ship, the Breakaway as early as April 30, 2013. The Breakaway will home port in none other than the Big Apple - New York City).
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- Get Ready to "Cruise Like a Norwegian" on Norwegian's Newest Ship (cruisediva.blogspot.com)
- What Is "Cruise Like a Norwegian"? (cruisediva.blogspot.com)
- Norwegian Cruise Line Launches New Brand Platform (cruiseindustrywire.com)
- Mayor Bloomberg and Norwegian Cruise Line Announce New York City Will Be Home to New State-of-the-Art 4,000 Passenger Cruise Ship (cruiseindustrywire.com)
Thanks Greg, nice catch. I’ve updated the post. At least we were not talking about the Dream – which of course would work for both Disney and Carnival.
NCL’s newest ship is the Breakaway.
CCL’s is the Breeze.