Norwegian Getaway inaugural voyage takes in Southampton

Norwegian Getaway inaugural voyage

With a week to go before the inaugural voyage of the Norwegian Getaway, we thought we would remind people that the ship will take in Southampton before she heads to the US, or more importantly New York – let’s hope that the poor weather conditions in the Atlantic improve by then.

If you would like to see the ship, then we ask that you head to the port of Southampton on January 15, 2014, where you will get to see those bright colours at the front of the ship in all its glory.

A select few guests will get to spend some time on the Norwegian Getaway and while the deck plans will be the same as the Breakaway, there are a few differences, which were made as part of passenger feedback.

Like all Norwegian Cruise Line ships, the Getaway will have some of the best entertainment on the seas, and those very special guests will get to see this first hand.

Norwegian needs things to go right this time because on the Breakaway inaugural voyage there were a few issues, some of which saw problems with balconies, which did not go down well with passengers.

We know that everything will not go to plan, but it is the hope that lessons have been learned and that this will help to give the Norwegian Getaway positive reviews.

We are not certain what time Norwegian Getaway will arrive in Southampton on January 15th, but we do know she will stay in port for two days before heading to New York and then on to Miami where she will begin her itinerary.

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  • John Honeywell

    You seem to have overlooked the fact that Norwegian Getaway will be sailing from Southampton to New York, rather than Miami. The ship has been chartered to become the Bud Light Hotel for the duration of Super Bowl. Only after that will it relocate to its home port of Miami.

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