An absolute Pearl of a ship!
Norwegian Pearl Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage
Sail Date: September 09, 2007
Ship: Norwegian Pearl
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 10 years ago
Review SummaryEmbarktion and disembarking was a breeze here in Seattle. 30 min on. 20min off.
The ship is beautiful, the service impecable, food great.
We were told by the crew that we had the best weather on this Alaskan cruise to Glacier bay of the season.
We had an inside stateroom, it was cozy but plenty big for us. There are plenty public areas to watch the scenery go by. So a balcony room for us wasnt important. Depending on the weather to Alaska, it could be too cold or foggy to enjoy a balcony anyway. On our trip weather was great so I'm sure those who had balconies enjoyed them.
We had a full ship but rarely felt crowded.
The food in the dining rooms and at the buffet were really delicious.
We traveled with my elderly mother who walks with a cane. At the buffet, there was always someone who helped her carry her food. The service was great, we felt like royality.
I would highly reccommend this trip.
It helped that we had fabulous weather.
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Don't Miss: Skagway museum
Pros: Fantastic Service
Cons: Too much to do, so little time