Norwegian Spirit Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

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4 out of 5

A Wonderful Cruise

Sail Date: March 10, 2007

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

This was our first cruise. We were pleasently surprised. We loved just about everything.

The cabin was great! We had a balcony and loved the view. Our cabin stewards were wonderful.

The Food: What can I say. It was all great, no matter which resturant we were at. Be realistic....there will be items that you don't like, but you have so much to choose from, you can always find something.

The Staff: I did not encounter anyone that was not pleasent. Even the Captain had a sense of humor.

Ports: We visited 3 port. St. Thomas; Tortola and The Dominican Republic. We were not impressed with St. Thomas. It was OK if you are there to shop. We loved Tortola. Had a great tour guide and Cane Garden Bay Beach was beautiful. DR, we choose the Cayo Laventado Beach excursion and it was a relaxing 3 hrs. on the a beautiful beach.

Entertainment: The NCL Dancers are wonderful. We did not like the Acrobatic family or one of the lounge acts, but all in all, we enjoyed each show.

We will definately book another cruise, either on this ship or another in this fleet.

Recommends Norwegian Spirit? Yes!

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