Though the Norwegian Majesty is not a newer ship with all the frills and activities, the cruise met all our needs with flexibility and an optimum opportunity to relax. The main reason we chose this Bermuda cruise was that it stayed in one quaint port the whole time. Where most cruises jump from port to port where you rarely get to experience all you wish, St. George offers one of the most beautiful and quaint ports away from the hustle and bustle of the "big city" (like Hamilton), beautiful beaches and even reef snorkling within walking distance, easy and economical access to big city shopping and all other areas of the island by ferry (the most convenient) or bus, and plenty of available activities and sites including nearby forts, museums, historical architecture, tours, and good restaurants. The ship also provides a meal voucher up to $50/person for enjoying a top notch restaurant in town. If you don't want to get away from the hustle, bustle, and clutter of city life, this cruise may not be for you. If you do want a true escape, this is it!
A Different World
Sail Date: September 09, 2007
Pros: Freestyle freedom: no rules, just right
Cons: Theater sound system was lacking, bakery goods (including waffles) came cold.
Recommends Norwegian Majesty (RETIRED) 137? Yes!