An enjoyable cruise
Norwegian Dream Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western
Sail Date: March 18, 2006
Ship: Norwegian Dream
Cabin Type: Oceanview
Traveled As: Large Group
Reviewed: 11 years ago
Review SummaryWe have been on 3 other cruise lines. While the ship was an older redone ship and not one of the bigger ones we felt the staff was really liking their jobs and enjoyed the experience.There seemed to be enough to do for everyone in our group. We had age ranges from teenager to 50 and no one lacked for something to do. We all seemed to enjoy the shows.They were of high quality and seemed to have a variety to meet the needs of everyone on board. Freestyle dining was new and we ended up reserving tables at the restuarants for our group so we could recap the day together. I am sure that freestyle is fine but we really did not use it like it was meant to be. The staff from the captain on down were very good. They seememd to enjoy their jobs. We have cruised before and this captain was the most personable one we have encountered and it made the cruise that much more enjoyable. He made you seem like you belonged on the trip. As usual the cabin stewarts were wonderful. Would have liked a frig in the cabin but they were good about keeping us in ice so it was fine.
We enjoyed the trip. They made the land dockings reasonable even when we had to tender in. The time went smoothly and everyone was courteous which always helpful.
Overall the experience was one to remember. Thanks for the great time.
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Pros: The islands were our favorite and the tendering and port dockings went well