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Sunday, December 30th
Sail from exciting New Orleans, LA. at 4pm (boarding is from noon to 2pm.) Join us poolside for the sail away festivities and meet lots of other fun-loving singles!
Monday, December 31st
A day at sea. Take part in exclusive singles activities and mingle with friends.
Tuesday, January 1st
From 8am to 5pm, explore Cozumel, Mexico. Just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula sits the island of Cozumel, draped in lush, tropical vegetation. The reefs that fringe the island beckon divers and snorkelers. The most popular shore excursions include snorkeling on famous Palancar Reef or a beginner's dive at Paraiso Reef. A land tour will provide a nice taste of Mexico -- Cozumel has done much to retain its Mexican character. Tourists also may want to take a short trip inland to visit the great pyramids and temples of the Mayas.
Wednesday, January 2nd
From 8am to 5pm, experience Belize City, Belize. The longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere fringes Belize City, which makes snorkeling and scuba diving extremely popular here. Recreational pursuits are popular, ranging from inner-tube trips down a jungle river to zip-line tours amid the treetops of a rain forest. Other excursions departing from the Central American city visit Mayan ruins, wildlife preserves and botanical gardens. Or, spend the day at a pristine beach or browsing the delights of Belize City, including its marketplace, cathedrals and restored colonial mansions.
Thursday, January 3rd
From 8am to 5pm, visit Harvest Caye, Belize. Spread across two islands, the 75-acre Harvest Caye is the only port in Belize to feature a cruise ship pier. The port also caters solely to Norwegian Cruise Line passengers. Travelers will experience the renowned natural beauty of Belize while also enjoying all they could want from such a tropical destination. The focus of Harvest Caye is its seven acres of pristine white sand beach surrounded by crystal clear waters. Those who prefer to spend their day inland can visit the 130 foot tall Flighthouse. It is the jumping point for various aerial activities such as zip lining, free fall jumping, suspension bridges, and a ropes course. A journey across the zipline offers visitors the perfect bird’s eye view of the verdant hills on the mainland, as well as other glimpses around the island. If flying through the air isn’t for you, Harvest Caye also has water sports activities available like paddle boarding, kayaking, and canoeing through the shallow lagoon area.
Friday, January 4th
From 7am to 2pm, Costa Maya, Mexico. Mysterious ruins rescued from the jungle, monkeys announcing themselves from the trees, incredibly beautiful and rare birds, pristine beaches and a magnificent coral reef are just some of the attributes of the Costa Maya. This southern section of the Yucatan coast stretches 80 miles from Xcalak, a fishing village on a finger of land reaching out to Belize. The reserve's untouched forests and wetlands are home to a wide variety of birds, crocodiles, jaguars and monkeys as well as numerous Mayan sites.
Saturday, January 5th
A day at sea. Take part in exclusive singles activities and mingle with friends.
Sunday, January 6th
At 7am, the Norwegian Breakaway returns to New Orleans, LA. Be sure to gather those phone numbers to keep in touch with your new lifelong friends, and don't forget to plan ahead for your next cruise with Singles At Sea!

Our prices include the following:
  • Your Choice of two perks: (ultimate beverage package, pre-paid service charges, 4 meal specialty restaurant, 250 minute Wi-Fi package or $75 onboard spending credit)
  • Organized singles activities with our singles hosts
  • Private singles parties/mixers
  • Single-mingle dining
  • All meals and non-alcoholic, non-carbonated beverages
  • Lavish buffets and complimentary room service
  • Nightly Vegas-style shows and comedy routines
  • Dancing nightly
  • Live music nightly on deck and in clubs and lounges
  • Access to Mandara Spa featuring fitness, beauty & spa facilities
  • Port charges and taxes

Options not included in the prices:
  • Airfare to New Orleans - available on request
  • Travel insurance is highly recommended to protect against unexpected events. Click here to read more about your insurance options.
Western Caribbean singles cruise departs
December 30th from New Orleans

Norwegian's Norwegian Breakaway

The Norwegian Breakaway is the cruise line’s boldest expression of Freestyle Cruising. Her design offers the best of the existing fleet with a variety of innovations to create the best vacation ever. The Breakaway is the largest ship ever to home port in New York City and features The Haven By Norwegian™ – a private complex with a variety of luxurious amenities. Accommodations range from well-appointed solo staterooms to tranquil spa staterooms and spacious two-bedroom family suites. For the adventurous traveler, the Breakaway features the first waterpark and largest ropes course at sea. For those seeking the entertainment of the city at sea, the Breakaway provides Broadway hits “Rock of Ages” and “Burn the Floor.” Travelers can also see acts including Cirque Dreams, with its breathtaking aerial displays, The Second City’s improv, Howl At The Moon’s dueling piano show and much more. The superb selection of cuisine aboard the Breakaway includes three seafood restaurants featuring the talents of Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian.

Ports Visited

Belize City, Belize

The longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere fringes Belize City, which makes snorkeling and scuba diving extremely popular here. Recreational pursuits are popular, ranging from inner-tube trips down a jungle river to zip-line tours amid the treetops of a rain forest. Other excursions departing from the Central American city visit Mayan ruins, wildlife preserves and botanical gardens. Or, spend the day at a pristine beach or browsing the delights of Belize City, including its marketplace, cathedrals and restored colonial mansions.

New Orleans, LA

Located on the Gulf Coast in Louisiana, New Orleans lies about five and a half hours east of Houston, TX, and is within a two-hour drive of Baton Rouge, LA. While there are many sectors within the city, the French Quarter is the most visited area, and is known for its delicious Creole cuisine and toe-tapping street musicians. Grab a beignet at Café du Monde, or head out to tour the mansions that can be seen over the greenery of the Garden District. NOLA is also the home of Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest, so plan your trip at the right time of the year to join in the festivities of these celebrations. In addition to these large festivals, the “Big Easy” of Louisiana has many other small celebrations throughout the year. While it is mostly recognized as an adult oriented city, there are opportunities for families with children to enjoy a visit as well. The wealth of culture and art found around the Crescent City provide something for everyone to love. Whether you are having a good time down Bourbon Street or looking out for ghosts at St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, a visit to New Orleans is guaranteed to leave you with memories you won’t forget.

Cozumel, Mexico

Just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula sits the island of Cozumel, draped in lush, tropical vegetation. The reefs that fringe the island beckon divers and snorkelers. The most popular shore excursions include snorkeling on famous Palancar Reef or a beginner's dive at Paraiso Reef. A land tour will provide a nice taste of Mexico -- Cozumel has done much to retain its Mexican character. Tourists also may want to take a short trip inland to visit the great pyramids and temples of the Mayas.

Costa Maya, Mexico

Mysterious ruins rescued from the jungle, monkeys announcing themselves from the trees, incredibly beautiful and rare birds, pristine beaches and a magnificent coral reef are just some of the attributes of the Costa Maya. This southern section of the Yucatan coast stretches 80 miles from Xcalak, a fishing village on a finger of land reaching out to Belize. The reserve's untouched forests and wetlands are home to a wide variety of birds, crocodiles, jaguars and monkeys as well as numerous Mayan sites.

Harvest Caye, Belize

Spread across two islands, the 75-acre Harvest Caye is the only port in Belize to feature a cruise ship pier. The port also caters solely to Norwegian Cruise Line passengers. Travelers will experience the renowned natural beauty of Belize while also enjoying all they could want from such a tropical destination. The focus of Harvest Caye is its seven acres of pristine white sand beach surrounded by crystal clear waters. Those who prefer to spend their day inland can visit the 130 foot tall Flighthouse. It is the jumping point for various aerial activities such as zip lining, free fall jumping, suspension bridges, and a ropes course. A journey across the zipline offers visitors the perfect bird’s eye view of the verdant hills on the mainland, as well as other glimpses around the island. If flying through the air isn’t for you, Harvest Caye also has water sports activities available like paddle boarding, kayaking, and canoeing through the shallow lagoon area.

The island also offers plenty of dining and bar options for guests to enjoy. While there is a variety of cuisine options, those interested in authentic Belizean cuisine should visit the shopping village for a bite. In addition to dining options, the village offers items for sale by local Belizean craftsmen, as well as shops from popular name-brand retailers. Guests hoping to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife will have plenty of opportunity as Harvest Cay is an eco-destination rich in plants and animals. From manatee observation tours, to the island’s Aviary, to other various educational tours, the island has something to offer for all types of wildlife enthusiast. It is the perfect eco-tourism site that provides plenty of diverse terrain including jungles, rainforests, swamps, coral reef, and more for each visitor to explore.