Norwegian Pearl Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

Third Mate

7+ cruises


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5 out of 5

Great cruise in all respects

Sail Date: July 24, 2016

Reviewed: 2 months ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Suite

Coming from 100 degree heat in Oklahoma to an NCL Pearl cruise to Alaska where the weather was 55 to 60 degrees and rainy was just fine with us. Rainy & cold in Juneau and Skagway. Nice in Ketchekan and Victoria. No issues with the weather as this was our 8th cruise to Alaska


The crew - as usual - was super. Many old friends and lots of new crew friends.

And several new passenger friends. We ate in the specialty restaurants - Le Bistro, Cagney's & Moderno - all three were excellent. Made was the hostess in Moderno for breakfast and lunch - and in Le Bistro for dinner. She took EXCELLENT care of us - as did all the wait staff. Super friendly people.


We also knew the Captain Paul - and Hotel Director Cary from a previous cruise on the Pearl. 


All in all - perfect cruise for us - and five more booked with NCL.   


this was our 27th NCL Cruise and 38th over all. We're hooked on NCL

Cabin / Stateroom

Just perfect for us
Embarkation and Disembarkation
Ship Quality

Nice but needs a little work. Dry Dock scheduled in Feb
Onboard Activities

good although we didn't par ticipate
Children's Programs
Service and Staff

Too many EXCELLENT crew t o mention. Would leave someone out
Food and Dining

Excellent in all respects

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