Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED) 137 Cruise Review to Bermuda

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2-3 cruises


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2 out of 5

Never Again

Sail Date: May 20, 2007

Reviewed: 10 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Oceanview

This was our first and last cruise on Norwegian. The Freestyle dining concept seemed interesting but was in actuality dismal. We had to wait up to two hours some evenings just get seated and that was with reservations. The premium restaurants we usually booked up and had no available reservations. The food quality in the dining rooms was sub-standard. The buffet food quality was poor. The cost of the cruise was expensive ($1280 per person with no airfare) for a cabin that was not big enough for two people to get dressed at the same time. The cocktail waiters throughout the ship were borderline abrasive trying to sell drinks. Weve sailed on Carnival and Royal Carribean and Norwegian was the inferior to both.

Pros: The crusie left from a local port

Cons: The food quality was dismal

Recommends Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED) 137? No.

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St. George's, Bermuda

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