Breakaway by Taking a Break at Sea

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Direct Line Cruises, Inc. launches a new informational website dedicated to the Norwegian Breakaway.

Having a new ship like the Norwegian Breakaway sailing year-round from New York is sure to generate excitement among our client base and beyond.

Direct Line Cruises was among the many in the travel industry that was ecstatic over the news that Norwegian Cruise Line’s new ship, the Norwegian Breakaway, would be calling New York City home.

“We have always strongly promoted homeport cruising from the Northeast, as we are acutely aware that there are many people who hate to fly. In fact, the phrase “hate to fly?” has become somewhat of a tag line for us,” explains Greg Coiro, CEO of Direct Line Cruises. “Having a new ship like the Norwegian Breakaway sailing year-round from New York is sure to generate excitement among our client base and beyond.”

The 144,017-ton, 4000 passenger ship will launch in April of 2013 and between May and October she will sail 7-night round-trip itineraries to Bermuda. It is not yet known what she will do after that. Cabins go on sale October 14th.

Direct Line Cruises has created a new informational website dedicated to the Norwegian Breakaway at http://www.norwegiancruiselinebreakaway.com/. The site will be regularly updated as particulars regarding the new ship are announced. By checking in frequently, potential cruisers can follow all new developments regarding the Norwegian Breakaway including construction milestones, enhancements, deck plans, and details regarding dining and entertainment.

A booking feature will be added once Norwegian Cruise Line opens up the ship for sale. Perspective clients have the option to book on the new website or by calling the toll-free number 1-800-352-8088 and speaking directly to a Direct Line Cruises’ specialist. Clients can be assured of receiving competitive pricing that includes travel insurance for cruises 5 nights or longer. In addition, every booking is backed by the company’s outstanding customer service.

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