Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Bermuda

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2 out of 5

Not quite fit for a queen

Sail Date: September 09, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Suite

A small vessel. Not enough seating capacity in public areas. Too much emphasis on gambling and drinking.

Pros: The Suites were a sweet treat

Cons: Freestyle not so free.

Recommends Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED)? No.

Ship Quality
Unfortunatly this ship is becoming outdated. It is very small and lacks the graduer of the new ships. Public areas are often overcrowded with little to no room to enjoy features of the outside decks such as lounge chairs or dinning tables.
Entertainment
Not much variety here either. Mostly focused on gambling in the casinos or playing bingo. Pool activiites were often cancled due to rain. Theatre shows were low quality. Magicians and comedians were good. Singers /actors not so good.
Cabin / Stateroom
The suite was a good size for three adults. Ample space to store luggage and purchases. Great location-close to popular areas. Conceirge service was a geat feature.
Service and Staff
Dinning room staff not very accomidating for special requests. Such were often met with groans or mumbles. Activity staff heard arguing with guests. Drink servers and stateroom hosts did take time to learn names and meet speical requests.
Food and Dining
By far the worst part of the cruise. Variety was unheard of. Menus featured little to no options. Buffetts were very small. Room service food was always cold. Freestyle dining times created long waits.
St. George's, Bermuda
St. George Sunset sail an absolute must see. Set sail on a cataraman to a full 360 degree viewing the sunset while hearing stories of the island and islanders.
St. George's, Bermuda
St. George Sunset sail an absolute must see. Set sail on a cataraman to a full 360 degree viewing the sunset while hearing stories of the island and islanders.


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