Norwegian Spirit Cruise Review to Bermuda

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4 out of 5

NCL's Spirit Boston/Bermuda Cruise

Sail Date: August 28, 2009

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

Our first cruise after yrs of "active vacations" so my fear was I'd be bored. Not at all the case. Plenty of activities and plenty to do on board and during our time in Bermuda. We never ate in any of the specialty restaurants because the food in the main dining rooms was very good and more than we could eat, with more available. We went on the trip to relax and it was perfect for that. We checked out the boat on day 1, read and used the hot tubs and pool while enroute to Bermuda. We spent 3 days running around on Bermuda, but still spending much of our time relaxing at the great beaches. Then we really heavily relaxed on our way back to Boston.

Pros: Hassle Free Vacation

Cons: Raffles Food Court too crazy...maybe layout needs to be changed.

Recommends Norwegian Spirit? Yes!

King's Wharf, Bermuda
Horseshoe Beach was the best. Elbow beach was not bad. Hamilton seemed to be a shoppers paradise, but we are not shoppers, so besides lunch at Flanagan's sports bar, (very good BTW), we left it soon. At St George's, most folks went to Tobacco Bay, but we found this crowded with families, so we continued on the 3.5 mile walk around the area, and found a small beach area that no one else was visiting. It was very nice.

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