Norwegian Gem Cruise Review to Bermuda

Deck Hand

7+ cruises


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3 out of 5

A Good Cruise

Sail Date: May 29, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

this was our second time sailing on a Norweign ship. Our first experience on the Dawn was great, but the Gem fell short in many aspects. We had roasted chicken and stir fry noodles everyday for lunch and dinner. The service in the dining areas was poor and the food was not much better than what I make at home. And there were some items that were just terrible. It was not our best cruise experience. Also the entertainment quality is so so. Jose and Patti singing duo is the best entertainment we have seen on a Norweign cruise.

Pros: Weather was great and so was Bermuda

Cons: Overall service on the ship was poor.

Recommends Norwegian Gem? No.

Food and Dining
See above
Ship Quality
Hope you sending these comments on to Norweign. Survey for them expired and didn't get to give them our comments.
Cabin / Stateroom
Had to tell our room steward several times about extra towels and bath mat. Also the state room was extra small. And why no outlets near the bed, this is for all cruise lines. Alot of people need medical equipment at night and you have to plug it across the room.
Service and Staff
King's Wharf, Bermuda
We love Bermuda. This was our third trip there! Just very expensive!
Don't Miss: We went on our own since we had been there before

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