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Margaritaville Will Be Added To 2 More Norwegian Cruise Line Ships

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Margaritaville will be added to the Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway as part of the cruise lines $400 Million “Norwegian Edge” investment program.

The Margaritaville restaurant was first introduced at sea on the Norwegian Escape and now the popular dining venu will be added to the 2 Breakaway Class ships towards the end of 2016. Margaritaville at Sea will open September 18 aboard Norwegian Getaway in the former Flamingo Grill, and on October 9 aboard Norwegian Breakaway in the former Uptown Grill.

Andy Stuart, President and Chief Operating Officer for Norwegian Cruise Line said:

“Norwegian Cruise Line has been bringing guests to paradise for nearly 50 years.”

“With the expansion of our partnership with Margaritaville to our Breakaway Class ships, our guests will now be able to enjoy the island lifestyle before the ship has even left port.”

Norwegian Getaway
Photo By: NCL

Just like on Norwegian Escape the new restaurant will feature signature items like the Cheeseburger in Paradise and Who’s to Blame Margarita, available à la carte, in an open air-eatery offering stunning ocean views.

John Cohlan, chief executive officer of Margaritaville said:

“We are excited to expand our relationship with Norwegian Cruise Line, allowing even more guests to escape to the Margaritaville state of mind.”

“Norwegian shares our philosophy that combines fun with exceptional service and we look forward to continuing to take this partnership to new sea levels.”

Norwegian Breakaway is a 144,000 gross ton vessel which entered service in 2013. The ship sails our of New York all year round. Norwegian Getaway is the second built-in the Breakaway class and sails Caribbean cruises out of Miami, Florida year round.

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