Out of the eight cruises we've been on, two have been on the Norway. For the price, and considering the ship is 40 years old, you can't beat it.We loved the sit-down lunch they provide the day you board. Usually you get a buffet on the deck when you embark. The food was very good, the entertainment was so-so, but we don't really care for that anyway. One comedian they had was one of the funniest people I've ever seen. All in all, a good deal for those who consider "you get what you pay for." Don't go if you are the type that expects to get a filet-mignon at McDonalds.
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