MIAMI – Passengers aboard the new Norwegian Breakaway ship will snorkel by moonlight, cycle down a railway trail and stand on a paddleboard as part of Norwegian Cruise Line’s expanded Bermuda tour offerings. Some of the introduced excursions are available only to guests on the cruise line’s newest ship Norwegian Breakaway, while others are available to both the Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Dawn.
The 4,000-passenger Norwegian Breakaway launches May 12, 2013 on a series of 22 seven-day cruises from New York to Bermuda through Oct. 6.
“Bermuda is one of my favorite destinations and is such a fun and beautiful place to visit,” said Kevin Sheehan, chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line. “These Bermuda shore excursions are sure to complement the exciting features and amenities our guest can experience onboard the Norwegian Breakaway and enhance their cruise vacation on this spectacular island.”
The new night snorkel excursion will run exclusively to Norwegian Breakaway. The experience equips participants with snorkel gear and an undersea dive light to illuminate the sea creatures that only venture out after dark. Other exclusive shore activities include a Wildcat Island Tour of St. George, night fishing and a guided cycle tour along the Bermuda Railway trail with a swim on a beautiful island beach after the ride.
Guests can also experience dolphins up close, tour atop a paddleboard and watch the Island Theatre Show highlighting Bermuda’s culture as part of the new excursions launched for both the Norwegian Breakaway and the Norwegian Dawn.
For more information, visit www.ncl.com.