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    Norwegian Cruise Line christens Breakaway

    In a ceremony in New York May 8, Norwegian Cruise Line christened its newest ship, the 4,000-passenger Norwegian Breakaway. Pictured here, Norwegian Breakaway crew gathered in the ship's 678 Ocean Place before the christening. TW photo by Rebecca Tobin

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    Norwegian Cruise Line christens Breakaway

    The Spiegel Tent on Norwegian Breakaway, part of the christening festivities. TW photo by Rebecca Tobin

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    Norwegian Cruise Line christens Breakaway

    The Breakaway features some New York touchstones such as Sabrett hot dog carts and an outpost of the Carlo Bake Shop popularized on cable television’s “Cake Boss” show. TW photo by Tom Stieghorst

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    Norwegian Cruise Line christens Breakaway

    A DJ in the Entourage teen club on the Norwegian Breakaway. TW photo by Tom Stieghorst

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    Norwegian Cruise Line christens Breakaway

    The Breakaway's hull design by pop artist Peter Max features iconic images of New York painted in an array of vivid colors. Breakaway’s sister ship, the Norwegian Getaway, is under construction in Germany and is expected to begin cruising year-round from Miami next January. TW photo by Tom Stieghorst

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