Norwegian Getaway Cruise
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This was our third cruise and I was not disappointed one bit, this is my happy place. I think I’ve become a bit of a cruise addict at this point. We went with a group of friends and had the time of our life.
The Norwegian Getaway cruise was our first experience on this magnificent ship and it was beautiful in every way. It had everything you could want and more, 5 water slides, 28 different dining options, awesome shows and entertainment. This is one of Norwegian’s larger cruise ships with a capacity for close to 4,000 guests and a crew of 1646.
We boarded the ship in Miami. Ports of call included Roatán, Bay Islands, Honduras; Norwegian’s newest destination Harvest Caye , Belize; Costa Maya, Mexico; and Cozumel, Mexico.
While in Roatan, we took a taxi and checked out the resorts on the island for our future return some day. In Harvest Caye, Belize we did the zip lining and it was a series of zip line in a course and the big one at the end was flying like superman high in the air over the beautiful beach below. In Costa Maya we just checked out the site and did some shopping. By the time we got to Cozumel we met up with friends from home and spent the day with them.
One of the events on the cruise was watching the staff make animals from fruit and veggies this was neat to see.
When on our first cruise in 2015 we met a group of people that were sailing with an entertainer named Cliff Erickson, who is a great performer. So, when they decided to do another cruise we went with them in 2017. He performed many shows at different times of the day and night while at sea.
There are so many things on the Norwegian Getaway Cruise ship to entertain you while you are at sea. I love these days.
Here are some pictures from our trip.
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