Norwegian Spirit Cruise Review to Bermuda

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5 out of 5

Excellent Cruise Vacation

Sail Date: April 30, 2010

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

The Norwegian Dawn, which is one of the smaller ships in the fleet, was spacious with 13 decks and lots of amenities to offer. It was very clean and the crew worked tirelessly to maintain a high level of cleanliness and overall appearance.

Pros: Everything

Cons: Nothing

Recommends Norwegian Spirit? Yes!

Ship Quality
Everything was well labeled and easy to find on all decks and the crew was helpful, as were the other passengers, if you needed to get to a specific destination.
Food and Dining
Each dining room was beautiful and accommodated groups of any size. The wait-staff was attentive without hovering and the food, at any time, was excellent. There was something for everyone, including vegetarian selections.
Cabin / Stateroom
The room was very comfortable, as was the bed and bedding. We were surprised at how much room we actually had, as you always hear about how cramped the staterooms can be! We had plenty of room in the stateroom, and even in the restroom! Closet space was plenty, as was counterspace and shelving.
Service and Staff
The ship's staff was excellent. Everyone we met was friendly and helpful and tireless to aim to please. One night we were going to have a simple dinner at a cafe with friends and the waiter advised us that lobster and shrimp were being served in the main dining case we wanted that instead, and we thanked him for the information and were immediately sat in a main dining room and had a delectable meal! We did stop back at the cafe later to thank him, and had a nice late-night snack while we were there!
If you're ever bored, or complain that there is "nothing to do" while on a cruise, then you are your own worst enemy! There was a calendar of daily activities from morning to night, or you could simply relax on a deck and enjoy a book or a game of shuffleboard. Fortunately, there were clocks posted around the decks so we knew what time our next event started!!
King's Wharf, Bermuda
Take the Ferry into Hamilton and go to the Capital City of Bermuda. I would suggest buying a Transportation Pass for one or two days, which provides you unlimited use of the Ferry and buses. There are little shops and cafes all around the city and feel free to wander up and down the small side-streets! The botanical garden was nice, as was Elbow Beach (on the busline).

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