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Norwegian Breakaway on her Maiden Departure for Bermuda - May 12, 2013
The following series of photographs taken from Pier A Park in Hoboken, New Jersey, shows NCL's new 146,600gt, 4,028-passenger cruise ship NORWEGIAN BREAKAWAY as she departed Manhattan Cruise Terminal Pier 88 on her maiden sailing to Bermuda, Sunday, May 12, 2013.
Making smoke while backing out into the middle of the Hudson River from Pier 88
Heading downriver with the George Washington Bridge in the background
Passing the Empire State Building. Visible off the bow is fire boat THREE FORTY THREE at the FDNY Marine 1 fire boat station
Artwork on the bow by pop artist Peter Max.
A closeup view of the ship's funnel sandwiched between the Sports Complex and the Aqua Park water slides.
Receiving a horn salute from a passing pleasure boat
Passing One World Trade Center. The building's spire had been topped-out two days earlier.
A view of the stern. The neo-Gothic Woolworth Building, at left, celebrated its 100th anniversary in April 2013.
For its first 17 years it was the tallest building in the world