7 Day Bermuda/Bahamas cruise

Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Review to Bermuda


Contributor Level: Purser
Experience: 7+ cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 4

Overall Rating:

2.0 out of 5
Verified Review
Bermuda - New York
Sail Date: October 09, 2016
Ship: Norwegian Breakaway
Cabin Type: Inside
Cabin Number: 5121
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 1 year ago

The Ship the Breakaway was an outstanding ship with great restaurants.The ship had many activities and great entertainment.   Freestyle dinning was the greatest.The trip was suppose to go to Bermuda but when we arrived at the ship the captain decided to change course and go to Port Canaveral and Nassau in the Bahamas.  There was a storm in the Bermuda area.  My wife and I never left the ship on Port Canaveral and I was the only one to get off in Nassau.  If we were given a choice we would have left but our bus was not coming back until next week at the end of the cruise. There were many disappointed cruisers and some who could canceled and left the ship,

Food and Dining

5 out of 5
Freestyle dinning is the greatest!

Onboard Activities

5 out of 5

Entertainment

3 out of 5

Children's Programs

5 out of 5

Service and Staff

5 out of 5

Ship Quality

5 out of 5

Cabin / Stateroom

3 out of 5
Cabin was small not much room

Ship Tip

O"sheen pub was the best place for breakfast and lunch. A great place for Irish dishes and chicken wings.

5 out of 5
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