Norwegian Dawn Cruise Review to Canada, New England, New York

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2 out of 5

a cruise to see fall foliage

Sail Date: September 28, 2012

Reviewed: 4 years ago

Room Type: Inside

we have taken many cruises an this was not up to any of them . The staff was excellant. The entire aspects of the ship were poor. Nothing that would make you want to get back on. At times it was a joke. Not a good time at all.

Pros: bar harber maine

Cons: the dining menu on the dawn

Recommends Norwegian Dawn? No.

Ship Quality
lhe buffet area was example of how not to clean. Theywould nev er damp cl\,ean or use water on tables. They were sticky at most times.
Food and Dining
the menue that was served in the ding rooms never changed. it seemed to us that if you wanted something else you had to go to a special resturant and pay.The concept of open dining is wonderful and a great idea. Just change tthe food itmes at least once during a seven day trip
Cabin / Stateroom
The layout of the room 10507 was just plain bad. The bed took up the whole room. Teh layout did not allow you get out of bed at nite without climbing to foot of bed. The bathroom was the best laid out part of the room

Service and Staff
There was not one person would did not try to make your vacation a real vacation.
The shows as they called them were what yolu would see in bar. Only two nites did they have anything that was able to be called a show.

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