Norwegian Dream (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Bermuda

Deck Hand

Experience
4-6 cruises

Review
1

Helpful Votes
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4 out of 5

cruise without the extra airline fees

Sail Date: June 22, 2008

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family w/young children

Room Type: Oceanview

The Dream (June 2008) was a nice boat for people that are on their first cruise and are from nearbyl States. Youhave to worry about paying extra for the airline fees and fuel charge. The food was good but wished they had more finer restaurant (which they charge extra) which was worth it. They came along way with the Kids Crew Club and all the kids get to take home a t-shirt that they color and create to take home along with daily prizes. The only disappointment was that we booked an excursion and when we double the day before on the ship they told us that the trip is not available and that we should not have been able to book this. I have read previous reveiw on this site before I left and was depress to read that this was a bad cruise but we hard a great time and when I returned I looked at the reveiws again and notice that the people that was complaining were over 50-60 plus so... that explained everything. Had a blast!!!

Pros: The food was good, we met alot of nice people and so did my 7 year old daughter from the awesome Kids Crew Club. Our daughter could not wait for it to be open every day and they have improve the kids club. We hear the new boat the Spirit is twice as big next year and cannot wait to go again.

Cons: The Dream wasa a smaller ship but good for people that is on their first trip or that they are local around here.

Recommends Norwegian Dream (RETIRED)? Yes!

Ship Quality
The only place that was not clean was the arcade room that had beer bottles and glass everywhere and it smelled like boost.
Food and Dining
For a small ship the food was good but wish they had more fine dining.
Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
Everyone was nice and polite. The staff was also helpful when you ask them a question or for something.
Entertainment
Children's Programs
Awesome kids club and we even gave an extra tip to them who took care of all the wonderful children
St. George's, Bermuda
Tobacco Bay was so shallow that it's a great place for kids and to snorkel. They had a bar and food, clean bathrooms, rentals and a gift shop.
St. George's, Bermuda
Tobacco Bay was so shallow that it's a great place for kids and to snorkel. They had a bar and food, clean bathrooms, rentals and a gift shop.


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