Who’s It For?
’s exceptional variety of staterooms, dining
options, and onboard activities, there’s something for even the
pickiest of cruisers. New-to-Norwegian features include The
Illusionarium, a magic-themed dinner show, and The Grammy
Experience, showcasing museum memorabilia and live evening
performances — some by past Grammy winners and nominees.
What’s For Dinner?
Almost anything you’re in the mood for. Feast on seafood from
venues created by Food Network personality Geoffrey Zakarian,
ranging from a raw bar to an upscale restaurant. Carnivores can
indulge in a variety of grilled or slow-roasted meats at Moderno
Churrascaria, or select classic fare from Cagney’s Steakhouse.
Elsewhere, chefs show off their chops at Teppanyaki and dim-
sum delights at Shanghai Noodle Bar, while lively ambiance
complements Italian dishes at La Cucina.
How To Spend The Days At Sea?
Swoosh down Free Fall, touted as the fastest waterslide at sea;
walk The Plank, stretching 8 feet from the side of the ship; or try
the bungee trampoline at the three-story sports complex. At night,
enjoy Broadway shows
Burn the Floor
, or sing
along at dueling-piano bar Howl at the Moon. For serious relax-
ation, don’t miss the spa’s soothing Salt Room, inspired by Eastern
Europe’s therapeutic salt caves.
How To Spend The Days In Port?
Discover Art Deco architecture on a delightful
Stroll along the beachfront Great Bay boardwalk,
lined with restaurants, bars, and vendors peddling their wares.
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands:
Explore Coral World Ocean
Park’s 80,000-gallon aquarium.
Sample just-cracked conch served from
beach shacks on Arawak Cay.
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Burn the Floor
EASTERN CARIBBEAN CRUISE ABOARD THE
7-Night Sailing From
Embarks February 15, 2014 Round-trip from Miami, Florida, to St. Maarten; St. Thomas,
U.S. Virgin Islands; and Nassau, Bahamas.
or call 800.622.1540.
Price is per person, double occupancy, and includes port charges. Price is subject to availability and to
change without notice. Airfare, government taxes, cruise line surcharges, and insurance are additional.
Line has pulled out
all the stops with its
SHIP: Norwegian Getaway
DEBUT DATE: February 2014
ITINERARY: Eastern Caribbean
LENGTH: 1,062 feet
WEIGHT: 14,600 tons
CAPACITY: 4,000 passengers