Worst cruise line I have ever been on!

Norwegian Pearl Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

Experience: 4-6 cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 3

Overall Rating:

1 out of 5
Verified Review
7 Night Alaska & Glacier Bay (Seattle Roundtrip)
Sail Date: May 11, 2008
Ship: Norwegian Pearl
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 8 years ago

Food was horrible. Free style sailing is a pain! Hard to get into restaurants, some have $20 cover per person!. Everythjing on this ship costs extra! Rooms are really small and the mirrors were dirty. Rooms are made up as late as 5:00PM. Can't find seating in main dining so you walk around with your plate of food for quite awhile. No trays for food here, they make it difficult to get too much of theawful cafeteria type food. On board "bug" (which I got and was in bed for two days) caused the ship to go into hyper sanitation mode slowing the food process even more as we had to be served everything by the staff. You could see the bottom of your cup through the watered down coffee. They really are focused on the "bottomline" and you feel like your enjoyment is not their primary concern .

3 out of 5
Nothing but overpriced jewelry stores!
1 out of 5
Tourist ,3 block town

Pros: Embarcation and disembarcation good.

Cons: FOOD! Seating in dining rooms, extra expense for everything including gym facilities.Small rooms dirty rooms.Staff seems depressed.

Recommends Norwegian Pearl? No.

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