Norwegian Jade Cruise Review to Europe - Western Mediterranean

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3 out of 5

A very enjoyable experience

Sail Date: May 02, 2010

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Suite

this was our first cruise with the norwegein line. We loved the suite in the back of the ship on deck 8. the service was excellent. We found the choices of free eating to be limited to only the dining rooms and the garden cafe. The other places had very limited menues. To play bingo you had to pay and were given many extra cost choices for more play.
You could not get a free soda or drink any where on the boat. Even in the casino you had to pay for any beverage no matter how much money you gambled. You also did not get any free shuttles off the boat even if you only wanted to go to the port of call.

Pros: suite and service

Cons: limited free activities

Recommends Norwegian Jade? Yes!

Food and Dining
Ship Quality
Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
all the history great. poor transportation to Rome from civitavecchia by train. Many stops for all the locals. Should had a direct line from Port to Rome.
Naples, Italy
Very hard to get around in Naples. poor traffic control and very dirty with lots of graffitti
Livorno (Florence & Pisa), Italy
Palma De Mallorca, Balearic Islands
Very clean and proud city for tourism. Beautiful mountain towns and very couteous service.
Monte Carlo, Monaco

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