Norwegian Dawn Cruise Review to Bermuda

Contributor Level: Purser

Experience
1 cruise (first)

Review
1

Helpful Votes
0

3 out of 5

First Cruise

Sail Date: May 03, 2008

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Oceanview

Recently widowed, my mother n law invited me along with her senior citizen group to go on this cruise. Having never been on a cruise it was pretty cool. Small ship, it's been so long, I think it was the Dawn, not sure. It had one fancy dining room and then an open buffet area. It was "Free Style" cruising. The state room was 2 single beds with a porthole, one casino, a few shops, library and pool. It sailed to 3 ports in Bermuda, which was awesome. I was on my own in the ports as my mother n law did not get off. There was a storm about 900 miles away from us, but they ship was affected and rocked for a couple days.

This was my only cruises experience so there is nothing to compare it to.

Ship Quality
Being my first cruise, with nothing to compare it to, I thought it was great
Food and Dining
The food was good, we ate in the main dining room for dinner, breakfast and lunch was in the buffet area.
Cabin / Stateroom
It was small, two single beds, and a porthole.
Service and Staff
Everyone was very friendly and helpful.
Entertainment
Onboard Activities
Destinations and Excursions
3 ports in Bermuda. First time there it was awesome.


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