Norwegian Star Cruise Review to Panama Canal, Central America

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3 out of 5

Amazing Cruise Activities Director

Sail Date: January 01, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

Everyone was friendly. I think it all boiled down to the cruise activity director\, Iain\, who set the tone with his magnanamous personality. There was music everywhere\, something to do all the time\, and cool ports to visit as well as the Panama Canal crossing. It was a fabulous trip on a fabulous ship.

Pros: The fun activities and the interesting ports

Cons: Having to leave for home

Recommends Norwegian Star? Yes!

Ship Quality
Never noticed the ship itself very much---too much fun to have to really look at the ship. But we did notice that it was immaculate. The crew cleaned everything. It did seem very easy to get around. Not too big. Just right.
Food and Dining
Nice set up for eating choices. Real good food and a lot of variety.
Cabin / Stateroom
Our stateroom was centrally located making it easy to reach any area of the ship. Our room\, however\, was the smallest we have ever had on a ship and we travel a lot. It was clean and the bathroom was more than adequate. But the size!
Service and Staff
Everyone was exceptionally helpful and happy---always smiling.
Entertainment
Fantastic entertainment! Tons of options and loads of fun.


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