Norwegian Pearl Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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5 out of 5

A wonderful life experience

Sail Date: August 21, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

this was our first and definitely will not be the last cruise. we were on Pearl and the staff, food , the cleanliness was absolutely excellent. We felt like a big family of 2500 and there was so much of positive energy. enjoyed all the excursions except the Mendenhall glaciers. so, to make up that we did the Discovery Glaciers thru M&M Tours reight in front of the Yukon Rail stop. the helicopter ride and the landing and a walking on the glaciers was a lifetime experience.

Pros: everything

Cons: baggage handling

Recommends Norwegian Pearl? Yes!

Cabin / Stateroom
little bit crowded but good overall
Ship Quality
looked like new
Food and Dining
lot's of choices
Service and Staff
our cabin attendant Jorge shoed excellent hospitality
good, quaity entertainment
Victoria, British Columbia
beautiful city with lot's of flowers everywhere and the Butchart gardens is just beautiful
Juneau, Alaska
Mendenhall glacier was not that great. we had replace it with Discovery Glaciers thru private tour company
Ketchikan, Alaska
enjoyed the walk in the rainfores twhile it was actually raining, at the canning facilty
Skagway, Alaska
train journey was good. landing on the glacier was a lifetime experience.

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