Norwegian Breakaway – Ice Bar and Meet and Greet & Cabin Crawl
Here are three events to take part in on the Breakaway as they’re either fun, informative or all three.
The Ice Bar…brrrrr there’s a reason that it’s called Norwegian Cruise Line! Joking! The Svedka Ice bar on board is one of two at sea, the other is on the Norwegian Epic. True to it’s word after donning a warm cape and gloves given to you by the attendants prepping you for the experience you go into a world of ICE! Ice walls, ice chair, even ice cups that hold your liquor. It’s a cute experience and a ‘cool’ place to get photos.
The Meet and Greet
NCL has such personable people working for them, I really enjoy going to the M&Gs to some of the people that work really hard to make the ship run smoothly for all of our safety and enjoyment.
Currently these are some of the officers on the Norwegian Breakaway
Evans Hoyt – CaptainDenis Prguda – Hotel Director (Denis was recently promoted to Regional Vice President with Norwegian Cruise Line)
Sean Wurmhoeringer (Current HD)
Sonja Sommeregger – Assistant Hotel Director
Ivanov Martin – F&B Director
Marites Sonza – Executive Housekeeper
Jose Contreras – Beverage Manger
Joseph Boyle – Guest Services Manager
Anil Chinthapattla – Executive Chef
Luiza Andrei – Restaurant Manager
Julie Valeriote – Cruise Director
Veronica Manabat – Group Services Coordinator
Etienne Saladin – Group Services Coordinator
These are usually arranged by passengers who have attended the Meet and Greet but of course otehr passengers can do so as well. Just make sure not to have too many people in the halls. Try to limit the amount to 20 or less and the time so as not to disturb others traveling and the room stewards trying to make sure that each cabin is tidy.
Attending a cabin crawl allows you take a brief look into what other stateroom layouts are like, hopefully helping you decide on where you’ll stay the next time you book a ship of that class.
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