Norwegian Dream (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Bermuda

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4 out of 5

Our first cruise

Sail Date: June 01, 2008

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

We enjoyed the overall experience. It was good to be able to dock in St. George (this may not happen in the future if the ships get bigger) where the city is right there. The room we had (superior outside cabin) was more than adequate - couch,two lounge chairs, coffee table, refrigerator and the stateroom stewards great. Many people we talked to did not even leave the ship. I'm not sure a balcony was needed - we did not have one.

Pros: Traveling alone we enjoyed the 'Freestyle Dining' with the opportunity to dine with others.

Cons: The shows were marginal, but we did not go to many. Shore tour we took not too good and we noticed that most tour could be purchased on shore for much less.

Recommends Norwegian Dream (RETIRED)? Yes!

Service and Staff
Wait staff were anxious to take your order when I might have wished for a pre-dinner cocktail and then order. This may be due to their foreign backgrounds (?)
Entertainment
Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Cabin / Stateroom
St. George's, Bermuda
In the future ships may be too large for this port and be relegated to the Dockyard
Don't Miss: The history of the area


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