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Cruisedeckplans provides full interactive deck plans for the Norwegian Getaway Deck 8 deck. Just move your mouse over any cabin and a pop up will appear with detail information, including a full description and floor layout, and a link to pictures and/or videos. These are the newest deck plans for Norwegian Getaway Deck 8 deck plan showing public venues and cabin numbers and locations.
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Public Spaces on Deck 8
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Cagneys SteakhouseServing grilled steaks along with double cut lamb chops amongst other fare, guests can dine in style amidst the warm wood tones and comfortable leather. With a cover charge of $30 per person.
Moderno ChurrascariaThe ship's signature Brazilian-style steakhouse. With a cover charge of $20 per guest, the restaurant serves succulent skewers of barbecued meats which are carved tableside. Guests control how much they want with their green and red card, green means the carving continues and red is shown to indicate when guests are full.
Prime Meridian BarThe ideal place for guests to order a pre or post meal signature cocktail whilst enjoying the action taking place around them on 678 Ocean Place.
The Bake ShopThe ship's additional charge pastry stand selling cakes, desserts and sweets.
Dolce GelatoFor a small charge serves up traditional Italian style frozen treats slow churned and served in a wide variety of flavours making it the perfect accompaniment to a leisurely stroll along The Waterfront.
Tides BoutiqueSells clothing apparel, bags and jewellery with brands such as Guess, Quiksilver, Ralph Lauren, along with NCL souvenirs and Nickelodeon toys.
TradewindsSells a range of tax and duty free merchandise from logo apparel and sundries to jewellery, watches, clothing, handbags, cosmetics and perfume along with duty free spirits and tobacco.
Ice BarKept at a cool 17 degrees Fahrenheit and features ice sculptures such as South Beach's iconic Ocean Drive skyline with palm trees etched into the icy walls, a 'Welcome to Miami Beach' sign and life-size alligator throne made entirely from ice. Entrance to the bar can be reserved from 5.30pm to 10.30pm nightly and a charge of $20 per person applies which includes two cocktails served in an ice glass. Guests are provided with a warm poncho and gloves to enjoy their 45 minute experience.
Sugarcane Mojito BarServes up mojitos and rum based cocktails. It has both indoor spaces and outdoor spaces on The Waterfront offering ocean views and a sea breeze. With its Island themed setting featuring a bronze bar, banana leaves made of bronze relief and a mix of leather and rattan furniture
Ocean BlueCover charge required, created and overseen by celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian. It is designed to provide diners with a luxury seafood dining experience with guests being treated to a menu of refined seafood items prepared with the highest quality ingredients along with an extensive wine list and Zakarian's signature cocktails.
WasabiAn Ã¡ la carte charge traditional sushi bar complete with a Yakitori grill serving a selection of popular sushi, sashimi and rolled favourites in a setting featuring unique contemporary dÃ©cor that includes authentic calligraphy-lined walls and digital aquarium visuals displayed on an in-wall plasma screen. To complement the experience, Sake fans can check out the Sake menu for a carafe.
Raw BarThe bar is celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian's take on his perfect meal - oysters and a glass of wine. Offering fresh crustaceans, crudos, shellfish and extensive wines by the glass it allows guests to enjoy a snack or a meal, solo or with friends and enjoy the best the ocean has to offer.
La Cucina Italian RestaurantGetaway's Italian speciality restaurant where guests can enjoy a colourful piazza-style Trattoria. Celebrating the Tuscan countryside, guests can choose to dine either al fresco on the outdoor patio on The Waterfront, in the main restaurant or the interior terrace option giving guests the chance to dine along the interior walkway with its twinkling lanterns, exposed wood beams and greenery. The casual, family-style Italian has a cover charge of $15 per person.
Sunset BarHas both indoor seating and seating on The Waterfront. It serves a unique international variety of spirits and imported and domestic beers.
Syd Normans Pour HouseReplaced Fats Cats in 2019, which replaced the Grammy Experience in 2015. Features rock themed events from the 60's, 70's and 80's. Additionally features an outdoor seating area on The Waterfront where guests can enjoy a drink and live music in the warm ocean breeze.
WaterfrontOuter promenade that circles 3/4 way around ship and has dining, bars and lounge areas.
Humidor Cigar LoungeEnclosed lounge on deck 8 for smoking cigars.
Photo GalleryPhoto shop and gallery displaying photos taken by ships photograhers.
678 Ocean PlaceThree story high atrium with glass stairs.
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Norwegian Getaway Deck 8 (deck) Cabin GuruHere are some tips that you should keep in mind when looking for cabins on this deck. There may be other issues that we haven't noted, and if you are aware of any issues we have not listed, please contact us and let us know so that we can add it to the list.
* Balconies of cabins 8136, 8138 and 8736, 8738 are partly angled and will have a little more space than normal balconies.
* Balconies with angles offer more space but as a result part of the balcony is not private. Part of the balcony of the cabin nearby can also be viewed by person standing on angled part of the balcony
* The balconies of cabins 8776,8778,8780,8176,8178,8180 can be viewed from the nearby waterfront
* Indented balconies on this deck (where the deck isn't as wide) look down on the outside deck below.
* Forward cabins on this deck are above or below the main theater and may have noise from stage production shows or practice shows.
The cruise line separates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.
Norwegian uses a two digit code for its categories. The primary categories are S=Suite, M=Mini Suites, B=Balconies, O=Oceanview, I=Inside, and T=Studio. If the letter is followed by a number it is a specialty cabin. With 1 being the most desired location. For example B1 is a aft-facing balcony. If it is followed by a letter it is a standard cabin with A being the most desired location.
As example a Mini Suite MA is in a more desired location than a Mini Suite MB.