capeman
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Review by kntry54348538

NCL Escape....not so much

In response to review, capeman says ...

Funny, if we like a curtain cruise line we are critical on everything little thing on a different line. ‚ One has to experience all the different cruise lines and what they have to offer, then stick with one that best suits our wants and needs. ‚ We still have to venture out to know what is right, no matter how much you like a particular cruise line. ‚ If one cruise line can get‚ it‚ all right, boy o' boy that would be the day. ‚ 

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line Caribbean - Eastern Norwegian Escape

3 Answers

noname111
Contributor Level: Captain

Thank you for leaving your review. It is unfortunate that you had so many problems. I definitely recommend trying other cruise lines. We started with NCL but soon jumped over to Carnival, then Royal Caribbean, then Princess and Celebrity. We even tried one cruise on HAL. After 18 yrs of cruises, we prefer Princess and look to them for the type of experience we desire.

Happy sails, which ever line you decide to try next.‚ 

OldGreyWolf
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Sorry to hear that this one did not work out for you. Sounds like your previous experience on the smaller ships was more enjoyably. Might want to stick to them. Many including myself prefer the smaller (2400 - 2600 passenger) ships.

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

I love to cruise on different ships and different cruise lines.  We found that we liked HAL the best but we still enjoy going on other lines too.  Celebrity is another favorite.

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