Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

Third Mate

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7+ cruises

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4

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3 out of 5

WINTER CRUISING

Sail Date: November 22, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

Not one of our best, 20 cruises and this was our first winter cruise, weather was very windy this time of the year in the Bahamas, This was our 5th time on this itinerary and the fourth time we missed Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island) because of high waves, seems like this is the only private island with this problem, will never book this itinerary again, cruise line would not ever listen to our concerns because they say they can't predict the weather, I know that but when I book a cruise so that I can enjoy that Island and 4 of the 5 times and can't make it that just ruins our vacation and should  somehow be compensated for this inconveniences. Beware of this itinerary.................Angry

Cabin / Stateroom
This ship cabins doesn't have any drawers to store your clothes, had to leave them inside our suitcase.
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Tip

Don't book a room in the front of this ship, who ever designed it forgot to but the elevators and steps in front, have to walk half the ship to get to them, but other then that it's a Beautiful ship.



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