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Norwegian Getaway is a cruise ship of the Norwegian Cruise Line. It was built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, and was delivered to its owner on 10 January 2014.[3] At the time of its christening, it was the world’s ninth-largest cruise ship[4] with a passenger capacity of 3,969 and a crew of 1,640.

Norwegian Getaway combines the most magnificent amenities Norwegian has to offer with unforgettable destinations. Stroll The Waterfront, an innovative, industry-first open-air promenade designed to connect guests with the ocean like no other cruise line. Indulge in 20 dining options, experience the thrill of five water slides, and three levels of action-packed activities in the sports complex.

The excitement and entertainment continue with Broadway musical Million Dollar Quartet. Get ready to explore the white sand beaches and deep-blue waters on a Bahamas or Caribbean cruise, build a pink sandcastle in Bermuda, explore history up close in Europe, or just relax at sea on a Transatlantic cruise. Miami’s Ultimate Ship is your ultimate getaway.

Norwegian Getaway cruise ship deck plan shows a total of 2008 staterooms (15 types, 42 categories:) for 3963 passengers (max capacity 4819) served by 1650 crew-staff. The boat has 18 decks (14 passenger-accessible, 10 with cabins), 27 dining options (9 complimentary), 22 lounges and bars, 3 swimming pools, 5 waterslides, 9 Jacuzzis (outdoor whirlpool hot tubs), 16 elevators.


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Norwegian Getaway cruise ship

Norwegian Cruise Line Getaway spa thermal suite

Norwegian Cruise Line Getaway waves pool bar

Norwegian Cruise Line Getaway exterior


Name Norwegian Getaway
Owner Norwegian Cruise Line
Port of registry Nassau Bahamas[1]
Ordered 24 September 2010
Builder Meyer WerftPapenburg, Germany
Yard number 692
Laid down 20 January 2011
Launched 2 November 2013
Christened 7 February 2014
Maiden voyage 8 February 2014
Status In service
General characteristics
Type Breakaway-class cruise ship
Tonnage 145,655 GT[2][1]
Length 325.65 m (1,068 ft)[1]
Beam 44.39 m (146 ft)[1]39.7 m (130.2 ft) – At Waterline 52.67 m (172.8 ft) – Lifeboats/tenders
Height 54.5 m (179 ft)
Draught 8.6 m (28 ft)[1]
Decks 18
Installed power
  • 2 × MAN 14V48/60CR (2 × 16,800 kW)
  • 2 × MAN 12V48/60CR (2 × 14,400 kW)
Propulsion Two ABB XO Azipods (2 × 17.5 MW) Three Brunvoll bow thrusters (3 × 3 MW)
Speed 21.5 knots (39.8 km/h; 24.7 mph)
Capacity 3,963
Crew 1,646

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