Norwegian Star Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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4 out of 5

Amazing views

Sail Date: June 11, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Inside

Clean, well managed, friendly people working there, well kept

Pros: great glaciers views and shopping

Cons: Prince Ruper port, Canada

Recommends Norwegian Star? Yes!

Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Could use more choices in restaurants that are included in the price of the cruise. Too many restaurants that are Extra pay!
Cabin / Stateroom
Entertainment
Too bad the weather in the summer (June) was so cold and rainy. Pool was not heated and hot tubs were too cold. Was not able to enjoy the outdoors at all! If you wanted to use the heated pool and hot tub you had to pay a lot of money to the Spa.
Service and Staff
Juneau, Alaska
Great shopping and good prices. Cool town
Don't Miss: Glaciers were breathtaking
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
Don't bother getting off the ship! Nothing to see, Shopping was terrible and the little there was was so expensive. Would never recommend this port. The time and energy you have to put to get a Canadian visa NOT WORTH IT!
Skagway, Alaska
COLD and windy! Quaint town but small.
Don't Miss: Visitor center movie on the Gold rush
Ketchikan, Alaska
Good shopping
Don't Miss: Duck tours were fun!


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