Norwegian Dawn Cruise Review to Bermuda

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3 out of 5

Norwegian Dawn NY to Bermuda

Sail Date: August 02, 2009

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Oceanview

Although large the 2 day voyage to Bermuda can be taxing. Since there is no where to go, it seems that all 2700 passengers are at the pool for the 2 days. There are other things to do on the ship however, but something is missing and I just haven't put my finger on it...

Pros: Their speciality French Restaurant

Cons: The Harbor Nights Excursion

Recommends Norwegian Dawn? Yes!

Ship Quality
Housekeeping staff was very good and all crew members were very curteous
Cabin / Stateroom
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
King's Wharf, Bermuda
The harbor nights excursion is a waste of time. The return ferry is a public ferry and that is a real winner. You don't even want to go there. The excursion as advertised said that stores would be open and there is shopping, well 90% of the retail in Bermuda closes at 5:30pm. The initial part of the tour with their contracted tour guide however, was good, but stay away from the ferry service, expensive and disorganized. They have a local street flee market and dancers but nothing you haven't seen in your own town probably. Make sure to visit the local supermarket to pick up your water and sodas for the return trip home, they are cheaper than buying them on the ship.

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