Norwegian Cruise Line's New York-Inspired Ship
Comparing Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest ship, the New York–inspired Breakaway, with its muse.
Population: 4,000 passengers.
Lady Liberty: A three-foot frozen version in the Ice Bar.
Cost of a Bagel and Cream Cheese: Free.
A Yellow Cab Is... a cocktail! With vodka, peach schnapps, and orange juice.
Nationalities: Sixty-eight, and that’s just the crew.
Cost of a Studio: From $214 a day for a 100-square-foot solo cabin, with meals, activities, and lounge access thrown in.
Dish by Geoffrey Zakarian: Roasted scallops with guanciale and grapefruit, at Ocean Blue.
Kicks: Courtesy of you, at Rockette-led fitness classes.
Hottest Theater Ticket: Broadway’s Rock of Ages, free, with six shows a week.
Last Call: Never.
Population: 8.2 million residents.
Lady Liberty: 151-foot original in New York harbor.
Cost of a Bagel and Cream Cheese: $2.72 at Murray’s Bagels.
A Yellow Cab Is... an impossible dream, come rush hour.
Nationalities: An estimated 161.
Cost of a Studio: About $85 a day for 550 square feet, in Manhattan, not including utilities.
Dish by Geoffrey Zakarian: Braised lamb shank with pickled-turnip tzatziki, at the National.
Kicks: Courtesy of the Rockettes, at Radio City Music Hall.
Hottest Theater Ticket: Kinky Boots, $77 to $142 a seat, if you can snag tickets.
Last Call: 4 a.m.
Jane Wooldridge is the cruise editor at Travel + Leisure.