We took the Norwegian sea on June 10th toHalifax and New England ports and we werevery happy with this cruise. The crew waspleasant and helpful, the food very good and the service excellent in the dining rooms.We did not try the buffet as they were serving lunch when we boarded and there was no line in the dining rooms. My husband is in a wheel chair and there were some bad ledges on some of the doorways, but there always seemed to be some one around to help. At no time did we have any unpleasantness. Norwegian really redeemed themselves as we took the Norwegian Wind Presidents week 2001 and I vowed never to go on another one of their ships. We had cold unappetizing food and very bad service in the dining rooms. But our traveling companions wanted this itinerary so with misgivings I agreed. I was very suprised and pleased that we did not encounter the bedlam that was present on the Norwegian Wind. The cabins were small but adequate on the Norwegian Sea and the Norwegian Wind is a beautiful ship but totally lacked the warmth and friendliness of the Norwegian Sea. Wehad a great time. Embarkation was rapid and painless and so was debarkation. I am not a freestyle fan because I like to get to know the waiters, but in this case the service was fine. We always prefer eating at 6:00 and this proved to be a good time. We never had to wait in line. Glad they have their act together.Thanks for a very enjoyable trip.Also we enjoyed the entertainment. The beauty Salon is very expensive $100 for amassage even with a Latitudes discount. Ellen Stone
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