tony66
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Panama Cruise - entertainment after Los Angeles

Interested to know if anyone has cruised from Miami right through to Seattle on NCL before and what onboard entertainment and activities might we expect in the leg between LA and Seattle?

This year it departs on Norwegian Pearl on April 20th. This cruise is available as two options; either 15 nights & disembarking at Los Angeles on May 4th or alternatively extended to 17 days disembarking at Seattle on May 7th. Am guessing that a significant number of the guests will depart at LA so perhaps the ship scale down the entertainment and activities for a few days? 

Any info or first hand insights greatly appreciated!!!

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line Panama Cruise - Miami to Seattle

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glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

Sorry that I can't help you.  My guess is that the ship will be much quieter and you will have no problem finding loungers by the pool. 

 

Johngold
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

When we did our Panama on the Island Princess, the had the last part of the trip go to San Fran. The second part went from there to Vancouver.

In you case the ship will be getting ready for the Alaska season and the bands may indicate the style of the demographics expected.

We learned a good lesson regarding the Back to Back cruise put into one itinerary and now know what to expect.

Good luck. and have fun

 

tony66
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Thanks glomarrone for your comments. We're mostly looking for any insight on the other daytime and then evening schedules and whether these get scaled right back. for the last couple days up to Seattle.

Regarding the outside/pool areas, then as its only the last couple days of the cruise and as we'd off previously been enjoying the hopefully glorious Caribbean weather the week or so before hand, the journey up to Los Angeles and on wards to Seattle heads almost due north, hence expecting the weather and temp to drop away, but not at all concerned about that. 

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