Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Bermuda

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4-6 cruises

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3 out of 5

A cruise to Bermuda from Boston

Sail Date: August 12, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Inside

I liked the size of the ship, not too big so there were no long lines anywhere with minimal wait times for peak dining hours. The ship rooms were okay but the carpeting in the room needed to be replaced as did the carpeting in the major dining rooms, they smelled of mold and dampness.
We went on three excursions, the power scooter snorkling in the protected reef area was the best! Although regular snorkeling in the same place would have been better. My husband and son enjoyed the reef fishing but wish there was a way to bring the fish back to the boat for the chef to prepare. I would NOT recommend the wreck snorkel as the water was rough and there isn't much to see.
The food was average with the main dining room being the best for the bargain. Our family would have preferred free bottled water as the water out of the dispensers and faucets was warm and did not taste very good. The same for the ice tea and lemonade, it tasted funny.

Pros: Easy embarkation and disembarkation (No air travel involved)

Cons: Ship docked in St Georges away from Hamilton and most major beaches

Recommends Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED)? No.

Cabin / Stateroom
The ship rooms were okay but the carpeting in the room needed to be replaced as did the carpeting in the major dining rooms, they smelled of mold and dampness.
Entertainment
NOt much for teenagers to do, they kept getting "kicked out" of the disco lounge, walking through the casino and having a place to "hang out".
Ship Quality
I think our family prefers the smaller ships.
Food and Dining
The food was average with the main dining room being the best for the bargain. Our family would have preferred free bottled water as the water out of the dispensers and faucets was warm and did not taste very good. The same for the ice tea and lemonade, it tasted funny.
Service and Staff
Very friendly and courteous.
St. George's, Bermuda
Walking to the beach at St. Catherines was the best, a real nice beach with calm waters but VERY crowded especially on days ther were TWO ships in port.
Don't Miss: Snorkeling. The beach but i am sure it is NOT as nice or as BIG as others on the island.
St. George's, Bermuda
Walking to the beach at St. Catherines was the best, a real nice beach with calm waters but VERY crowded especially on days ther were TWO ships in port.
Don't Miss: Snorkeling. The beach but i am sure it is NOT as nice or as BIG as others on the island.


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