Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

Contributor Level: Third Mate

Experience
7+ cruises

Review
1

Helpful Votes
10

2 out of 5

very disappointed

Sail Date: December 08, 2013

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Suite

NCL was very disappointing.  beautiful ship, poor service.  dining experiences terrible.  everything on ship overpriced.  overcrowded buffet area, spa suite very small space.  doubt we will cruise with NCL again.

Ship Quality
very pretty
Food and Dining
seafood night for lobster was in buffet area, 2 fights broke out in the area. one over a table another for jumping the line to get lobster
Cabin / Stateroom
cabin steward was not at keeping room up to par.
Service and Staff
some staff did not understand english and were unfriendly.
Entertainment
a little on the corny side, no good dance music
Onboard Activities
Destinations and Excursions
New York, New York
Port Canaveral, Florida
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
rented clam shells, they put us all behind a line of other people in clam shells, could not even see water or beach, had to look at the back of other people's clam shells. BBQ lines horrible. island ran out of running water so toilets and faucets stopped working.
Nassau, Bahamas
eat at twin brother restaurant...great authentic food and best pina coladas

Tip

save your money!!!



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