Norway (RETIRED) Cruise Review

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5 out of 5

Reviewed: 6 years ago

The Norway is a unique, older ship. You can choose an inside, upper and lower bunk, miniscule cabin (at a ridiculously low price) or a roomy, outside suite with a balcony (at an attractive price). Lots of passengers complain because they book the former and don't get the latter! Beware of these chronic complainers! When you book a suite, dress up for dinner, and go for before and after dinner drinks in the Club Internationale, where you can blissfully ignore the tank-top crowd at Freestyle Cruising enjoying their "four beers in a bucket for ten dollars" dinner! It's your choice!!

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