Norwegian Dream (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Bermuda

Deck Hand

7+ cruises


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3 out of 5

a pleasant cruise

Sail Date: October 19, 2008

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

at this time of the year, taking a cruise to bermuda out of boston you know it is risky, this was no exception. From the start it was rough seas and 4 hours out we were rocking. The captain stayed as close to the coast before heading into the low depression, he did a wonderful job. The crew who didn't get sick was excellent, they did everthing possible to make it happen for you. The cruise a first for us on ncl was very good, the food was excellent, the service was excellent the only down side to this was embarkation, 1 &1/2 hours going through a very slow process that should of taken 15 minutes but I beleive most of the reservations clerkswere taking care of previous members of their club and once that line ran down they came upstairs to help out, very poor judgment on their part and would be of the reasons I wounld't go back with them. Overall, the cruise was very good, bermuda beautiful and a pleasant ride home.

Pros: service

Cons: embarkation

Recommends Norwegian Dream (RETIRED)? Yes!

Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
Ship Quality
Food and Dining
always a wait in the restaurant, from 15 minutes to 1 hour. except in reservation rest. where the food was excellent, in the other rest. food menu was repeated every 2 days.

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