Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Bermuda

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Experience
4-6 cruises

Review
1

Helpful Votes
5

3 out of 5

Bermuda Cruise

Sail Date: April 29, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Oceanview

We just got back from our cruise we took our two grandsons 10 and 13. They were very impressed with there first cruise. I would recomend children joining the kids corner. Lots for them to do. And meet other kids. Gave us time to ourselves. I have done this cruise 3 times. 12 years ago 2 years ago and last week. Smooth sail each time. The staff kept everything nice.Its not your big glammorous ship but it is great for just getting right on in Boston. The shows were outstanding!!! Looking forward to the other ship starting next year. I wish it was going to be a bigger and newer one. But we cant have everything. Bermuda is great. We had 3 full days of sunny 75 degree weather. The Bermuda people are very friendly. Great time. Will go again.

Pros: Boston to Bermuda no plane ride just a 15 min cab ride to the ship.

Cons: The lunch and dinner buffett could of been better. It seemed to be the same every day. Plenty of food though.

Recommends Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED)? Yes!

Ship Quality
Tired looking. Put some bright colors in there. Needs to look more tropical.
Food and Dining
Buffett was always the same looking. Just looked recycled. Hot dogs and Hamburgs out back were great. Freestyle great. We didnt use the dinning rrom that much. We were to busy having fun. Room service great.
Cabin / Stateroom
Small for 4 people. Spreds tired looking needs color. Kept very clean.
Children's Programs
The kids enjoyed the programs. The staff was very nice.
Service and Staff
All friendly
Entertainment
shows were great. The dancers singers. Shoud have there own contracts from Hollywood!!!
St. George's, Bermuda
The private beaches. Renting a small boat to go to small Islands. Dockyard for a 2 hour visit the dolphins and the snorkel park and the Clock Tower Mall. Take the ferry there and the bus back. That way you see the Island from the water and by land. Short stop in Hamilton. If you like to shop. St Georges of course nice small town.
Don't Miss: Walking around the streets of St Georges. Finding secluded beaches.
St. George's, Bermuda
The private beaches. Renting a small boat to go to small Islands. Dockyard for a 2 hour visit the dolphins and the snorkel park and the Clock Tower Mall. Take the ferry there and the bus back. That way you see the Island from the water and by land. Short stop in Hamilton. If you like to shop. St Georges of course nice small town.
Don't Miss: Walking around the streets of St Georges. Finding secluded beaches.


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