Norwegian Star Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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2 out of 5

first cruise

Sail Date: June 25, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Inside

Eight days of sales pitch, low quailty of food.

Pros: Staff was GREAT, helped you with everything that you needed, shows were neat.

Cons: The bed, it was a twins pushed together and every time you rolled over it came apart, we got up in the morning and we were about a foot apart. Sheets were sooooo load, wehen you pulled them up it would wake up my husband. The rooms were muggie and hot, we tryede turning the air downed and it didn;t

Recommends Norwegian Star? No.

Food and Dining
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Entertainment
Service and Staff
Skagway, Alaska
The food at the Red Onion was a waste of time, and port didn.t have much to offer
Don't Miss: none
Ketchikan, Alaska
best port, didn't have much time there to hit all the stores
Don't Miss: to much to see and not enought time
Juneau, Alaska
Only had time for one excursion, and not much tourning time
Don't Miss: Whale watching
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
offered nothing to us when we stopped there, a waste of our time.
Don't Miss: none


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