Norwegian Project Breakaway


The next generation


Project Breakaway ships are designed to give Norwegian guests a real break from their daily routine life. Norwegian Cruise Line has successfully launched 10 ships since 2001.

The company intends to launch its two next generation Freestyle Cruiser in 2013 and 2014, gaining from those 10 years’ experience. The ships will accommodate 4000 passengers and offer them a revamped stateroom design including a balcony and over 200 mini-suites, adding comfort and space.

The new stateroom design was drawn jointly by the British Pristmangoode group and the Swedish Tillberg design bureau. Priestmangoode already won an award for designing the first staterooms suited specifically for solo travellers, on Norwegian Epic, the last ship, and the third largest cruise ship in the world, launched in 2010.


[pictured: Norwegian Epic, Rotterdam]




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