Norwegian Dawn Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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3 out of 5

An Ok cruise

Sail Date: July 01, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Inside

The ship wasn't really what I expected to be. It takes you like 10 minutes to find a buffet thats open. (which a lot of times they weren't) You couldn't get food at night unless you want to wait online for the little Blue Lagoon place. The shows were excellent especially the juggler.(he was funnier than the comedians!) The ship was very crowded because a lot of people who were supposed to go the wk before got bump b/c of Rosie o'donnell came on out wk. The pool is smaller than my pool and thats supposed to fit 2,000+ people ha! We left 4 hrs late because of "technical difficulties" that slows the ship down. We traveled with that problem for like a day and a half. There was really no reason we should of left NYC 4 hrs late PLUS we got a notice saying we would be 5 hrs late to Nassau! So we got to Nassau at 8:00 at night by then everything was closed. Didn't bother getting off the ship. The private island was nice it's just a beach. Bermuda was nice but we only went to the beach.(not enough time to go anywhere else) Overall the boat was just OK. (and thats because me and my cousin occupied ourselves by just walking around all night)

Pros: Shows

Cons: no 24 hr buffet

Recommends Norwegian Dawn? No.

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