Noordam Cruise Review to Europe - Western Mediterranean

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4 out of 5

Great Cruise! First class ship!

Sail Date: September 18, 2006

Reviewed: 10 years ago

Room Type: Balcony

The ship was beautiful! The cabins were very comfortable, the pool and spa area were very nice along with great dining rooms, and and lounges. The Noordam was a very large ship, but the passenger size was smaller so you could enjoy individual attention and no big crowds of people. This was our favorite part.

Pros: The ship was gorgeous, the ports terrific and service wonderful!

Cons: Nothing! We enjoyed everything, first class all the way!

Shows were average, I've seen better on other cruiselines. The piano bar was very fun and the Ocean bar had a great combo.
Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Great food no matter where you ate!
Cabin / Stateroom
Big beds with beautiful down comforters! ! We were on the upper veranda deck, balcony cabin.
Service and Staff
Very friendly staff! Whatever you needed, they were there to get it for you.
Barcelona, Spain
Big City, not really impressed
Palermo, Sicily
Very fun! Great market place, good buys and good food! Busy all the time!
Monte Carlo, Monaco
A side trip to the French Riviera was great! The Grand Casino was fabulous! Go at night!
Naples, Italy
We took a side tour to the Amalfi coast and Sorrento, a must!!!
Livorno (Florence & Pisa), Italy
Great for leather and shopping

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