31 Norwegian Joy traveler questions & answers

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A: I don't, but I wasn't that impressed with the food. Cagney's Steakhouse and Ocean Blue were way better. And unless you're into French food and tiny portion sizes, don't bother with the French restaurant. They had almost the same menu as La Cucina. I... had the same item in the French restaurant as I did at La Cucina: a steak, but the sides were slightly different.See More

Answered by amarie8261 on July 23, 2019

A: Here is a link to La Cucina https://www.ncl.com/sites/default/files/La-Cucina-Fleet-Dinner-Menu.091819.pdf

Answered by CruiselineMich on January 4, 2021

A: No. Didn't eat there.

Answered by nwscopepro on June 26, 2019

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A: I honestly have no idea. I know that every single cabin was sold out but I don't have a clue how many people were on board. I am sorry

Answered by wlehockey on July 23, 2019

A: Online it says it can hold a little over 3000 passengers, but they told us that there were about 5000 passengers onboard. I remember being surprised by the number and thinking, "I thought I read that it could only hold 3000 and about 1000 crew, so ho... w do we have 5000 passengers here??" Hope that helps a little.See More

Answered by amarie8261 on July 23, 2019

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A: Joy does not have a thermal suite.

Answered by magicalpluto on May 14, 2019

A: It was as part of my cruise. I chose free drink package and 3 specialty restaurants as my choices .

Answered by kingpin318 on May 22, 2019

A: Sorry, I really do not know where the smoking areas are on the Joy. I am a non-smoker and I did not come across anyone smoking throughout my cruise, although I'm sure there must be designated areas for smoking.

Answered by chungp on August 2, 2019

A: Yes, "The Local" which partially overlooks the atrium that hosts activities. Here you can get food i.e. wings, Reuben, apple pie as well as breakfast. The other option is room service. The Haven might also have additional options if you splurge fo... r it. Trust me, you will NOT go hungry! Enjoy! Tip: Book your specialty restaurants now. Don't wait for any buffet specials. The seafood night was a disappointment. Small shrimp and nothing special.See More

Answered by LeeClan on August 4, 2019

A: Yes

Answered by macosta0514 on August 16, 2019

A: This varies by the cruise line

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: Most ships offer a great range of items including cosmetics

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: Ships make every effort to accommodate guests with disabilities and impairments with wheelchair-accessible rooms.

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: Carnival and Royal Caribbean are the only cruise lines that allow drones to be brought onboard.

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: Virtually every cruise ship (except for some smaller vessels operating in coastal waters) has a fully-equipped medical facility and staff to handle almost any emergency.

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: Almost all cruise ships have laundry facilities and a great many provide dry-cleaning services. (at an additional charge)

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: For security reasons most cruise lines have implemented a 'no visitor' policy aboard their vessels.

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: Most cruise lines will treat you to a complimentary special dessert

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: For most cruise ship excursions are an additional charge. Excursions range from around $30-$300 and up

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: It is not neccessary. Use a cruise card for purchasing

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

A: No

Answered by CruiselineMich on November 28, 2018

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