April 2015 - Norwegian Epic to Caribbean - Western
The Norwegian Epic is a beautiful ship with excellent service. It is filled with areas and activities for children. I would have loved to take this cruise when my kids were young. However, we traveled without children and found the areas for adults to be somewhat limited. The Spice H20 area for adults is nice but has a very, very small pool. The other pools were so filled with kids you couldn't move in them. Some of the activities, such as Howl at the Moon, which were were intended for adults, were also attended by children with their parents. Kids had fun on the ship by pressing all the elevator buttons, making the elevators stop at every floor. We woke up almost daily to some new food item thrown on our balcony from an upper balcony. This is no fault of the ship's crew, just consequences of being so attractive to families.
We sailed on the Celebrity Summit last year and will probably go back to Celebrity after this trip. While there were some kids on board, most of the activities were more appealing to adults, limiting the number of families.
The ship itself is beautiful. It is well maintained and spotless. The cabin's have an unusual layout but still quite functional. We found additional storage spaces in the cabin for about 3 days. We loved the bars and the variety of restaurants on board.