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Norwegian Crown Cruise Review to Bermuda


Contributor Level: Deck Hand
Experience: 2-3 cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 3

Overall Rating:

3.0 out of 5
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7 Night Bermuda (New York Roundtrip)
Sail Date: August 06, 2006
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 7 years ago
I was not impressed by the Norwegian Crown. It is not very well organized.
The food was so-so. The casino poor. The music boring. The A/C barely worked even in the staterooms. However the staff was very good.

The casino does not have Craps or Poker. No Hold Em, No 7 card, nothing.
3 out of 5
The stop is kind of boring. The shopping is OK. Snorkel park is an OK beach area and there are a few resturants available nearby.
3 out of 5
We took a island tour from St. George. Traveled the whole island, stopped for lunch at the Frog and Onion, shopped and then went back to the ship. Went out again for the Street Fair, which was cute and then went to the ships lounge.
3 out of 5
We took a island tour from St. George. Traveled the whole island, stopped for lunch at the Frog and Onion, shopped and then went back to the ship. Went out again for the Street Fair, which was cute and then went to the ships lounge.
3 out of 5
The stop is kind of boring. The shopping is OK. Snorkel park is an OK beach area and there are a few resturants available nearby.
5 out of 5
From Hamilton we took a taxi to the Warwick Long Bay--Horseshoe Bay Beach area. The taxi takes you right down to the beach at Horseshoe Bay and you can then walk the shore line to visit a variety of different beach areas. Some are protected coves, some open to the ocean, some crowded, some empty. Whatever your "best" beach idea is you will most likely find it along this shoreline. We swam, snorkeled and ate lunch then back to the ship. After a bit we went on a Horse and Carraige ride and walked through the city tyo their Street Fair.
5 out of 5
From Hamilton we took a taxi to the Warwick Long Bay--Horseshoe Bay Beach area. The taxi takes you right down to the beach at Horseshoe Bay and you can then walk the shore line to visit a variety of different beach areas. Some are protected coves, some open to the ocean, some crowded, some empty. Whatever your "best" beach idea is you will most likely find it along this shoreline. We swam, snorkeled and ate lunch then back to the ship. After a bit we went on a Horse and Carraige ride and walked through the city tyo their Street Fair.

Pros: Bermuda

Cons: The Ship

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