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Norwegian Breakaway-Plus Class Balcony Cabin Walk Thru

This is a quick walk thru of Balcony staterooms for the Norwegian cruise ship Breakaway-Plus class. Class names such as Breakaway-Plus class defines similar ships within the Norwegian fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the Balcony category.


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This is the layout of a typical balcony cabin. In some cabins the couch will be close to the balcony (as in this picture). In other balcony cabins the bed will be close to the balcony. Notice the the main bed in this picture has been separated into two twin size beds.
Norwegian Escape 15734 Elizabeth A Dominguez
Norwegian Escape - 15734 - Elizabeth A Dominguez


This is the desk area in the cabin. There is a mini-fridge in the cabinet under the desk that is stocked with items you can purchase. Notice all the hair dryer provided for use in the cabin. The stool has a top that you can remove and store items in.
Norwegian Escape 9150
Norwegian Escape - 9150 -


The balcony itself will have two chairs and small table.
Norwegian Escape 9150
Norwegian Escape - 9150 -


Views from the balcony will vary in the ship. Some balconies will look down on the deck below. Others will have the view obstructed when looking along the side of ship by cabins that bump out.
Norwegian Escape 9150
Norwegian Escape - 9150 -


This is the view looking from inside the cabin to the balcony. Notice in this cabin the bed is closer to the balcony.
Norwegian Escape 9112
Norwegian Escape - 9112 -


The bathroom in the cabin is well designed. The sink has shelves above and below. The shower is to the left in this picture behind the glass door.
Norwegian Escape 9112
Norwegian Escape - 9112 -


The shower is a good size shower with a adjustable shower head.
Norwegian Escape 9112
Norwegian Escape - 9112 -


Some balconies will be angled. This means that one side of the balcony is wider than the other. These balconies are desired because they offer more space. You can see these balconies on the deck plans.
Norwegian Escape 14176
Norwegian Escape - 14176 -


Here is what that extra space may look like.
Norwegian Escape 14176
Norwegian Escape - 14176 -


The closet has space to hang clothes. On the other side of the closet are shelves and a personal room safe.
Norwegian Escape 9294
Norwegian Escape - 9294 -


Some balconies will have the view looking down obstructed. In this case there is a roof covering the lifeboats that extends out from the base of the balcony.
Norwegian Escape 9294
Norwegian Escape - 9294 -


This is a good picture looking from the balcony into the cabin. The bathroom is to the right of the cabin door. The closet is next to the bed.
Norwegian Escape 9714 Heather Manning
Norwegian Escape - 9714 - Heather Manning


Aft facing balconies are also desired because they are longer and are protected from the wind as the ship is moving forward.
Norwegian Escape 12310 Roger Pinelo
Norwegian Escape - 12310 - Roger Pinelo


This is a picture of the shelves with the personal size room safe found in the closet.
Norwegian Escape 11132
Norwegian Escape - 11132 -


There are drawers under the couch for storage. The couch can be converted to a single size bed.
Norwegian Escape 11132
Norwegian Escape - 11132 -


This is a good picture of some of the outlets found in the cabin.
Norwegian Escape 11132
Norwegian Escape - 11132 -


The flat screen TV has its own built in cabinet in the wall.
Norwegian Escape 11710 Freestylenovice
Norwegian Escape - 11710 - Freestylenovice





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