The ship was large, stylish, easy to navigate, and filled with activity offerings at every turn. I felt like I was in an amusement park with all the wonderful things to do. There was plenty of activities for children - for those children with parents considerate enough to understand that their children didn't need to accompany them everywhere, nor felt the need to bring their children to activities not appropriate for loud, energetic children - that would keep them happy and occupied. If you continue through my review, you'll find that cruising - like any other venue - falls under the common law of consumer logic; you get what you pay for. In so far as NCL is concerned, this ship was a wonderful value for the price. Remember; you'll have a significantly better experience on a $350.00 float plane than on a $100.00 fishing excursion. You'll get what you pay for.
An Good Cruise for the Money
Sail Date: October 01, 2007
Pros: The experiences at sea, and the variety of activities.
Cons: Winers. People who spend a dime, and want $10.00 amenities.
Recommends Norwegian Pearl? Yes!