Norwegian Dawn Cruise Review to Bermuda
Review SummaryThe ship itself was very clean and all of the amenities including restaurants, bathrooms, hallways, & cabins were all working properly and very clean. This is an extremely slow paced cruise which was unlike the previous cruise I had been on. You are at sea for 2 nights and a day before reaching Bermuda with not much to do. I think part of the big appeal of this cruise is "all you can eat". The specialty restaurants (for which there was a cover ranging from $10-$25 per person) were all much higher quality than the free food, but the free food really wasn't terrible either. The atmosphere in the specialty restaurants was much better though (not so much mass quantity). There is a casino & there are "activities" every day i.e. jewelry demonstrations, towel folding demos, music on the deck- none of which actually involve much thought or movement. I found myself to be incredibly bored during our time on the ship. Once in Bermuda, I was much happier. Although Bermuda is also slow paced & a bit expensive, it was enjoyable.
Food and Dining
Specialty Dining- 8
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
Pros: Friendly Staff, Good Food, & Great Weather
Cons: A Bit Boring, Slow Paced, & Not Much to Do.