A week in Paradise
Norwegian Dawn Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern
Sail Date: November 25, 2007
Ship: Norwegian Dawn
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Singles/Friends
Reviewed: 10 years ago
Review SummaryThe ship was absolutly gorgious. From the Oasis pool, surronded by hot tubs to the main atrium with crysal chandeliers, just an overal breathtaking site. The most impressive to me was how the ship is set up to place children on one end of the boat and the adults on the other places. Being a single guy, the one thing I didn't want going on this cruise was to be surronded by kids. The last cruise I went on, thats exactly what happend. The specialty restaurant are another thing that put this trip way over the last. Granted it is nice to sit at the same table everynight and become friends with wait staff, but variety is the spice of life, thats what this ship offers. From the French Bistro to the Steak House, it truly was dining at its finest and for only an extra 20 dollars per person, totally worth it. The nightlife on the ship was a lot of fun. Mostly everything closed at 10 or 11 but Dazzels night club was open until 2 and every night there was a great crowd mixing it up and having fun. By the end of the mostly everyone knew each other, an overal great time.
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Don't Miss: The drive from the port to the beach, the views are absolutly breathtaking!
Pros: Service, Ports, Specialty Restaurants, Night Life
Cons: Almost impossible to get a reservation at specialty restaurants