Norwegian Sun Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

Deck Hand

4-6 cruises


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1 out of 5

Norwegian Sun

Sail Date: May 20, 2006

Reviewed: 10 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

This was our second cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line and like the first, it was awful. The only good thing was the scenery and the roominess of the cabin. The food was not as good. There were no trays to carry the food in the buffets. You were not allowed to serve yourself. The stations on the buffet were not easy to get too. (Rolls/bread) on other serving line. Meals were overloaded with passengers and waiting was long. The choice of dining rooms were few unless you paid a cover charge to dine at the "specality" dining rooms. i.e. East Meets West, a steak house was $40.00 for two. In order to get coffee, you stood in one line and then if you wanted "cream", you stood in another line. Over-all, it was total confusion to eat any meal. Also, the free coupon book again was not received until two days of the cruise had started. Coupon one was for a "welcome-aboard" drink and coupon two was for a half price dining on the first night.

Pros: The stateroom

Cons: everything else

Service and Staff
when complaining to reception/buffet mgr, I received no satisfaction
Ship Quality
Our inside stateroom was very large. The only plus for this cruise
Cabin / Stateroom
see above
Food and Dining
see above review.
The entertainment was excellent

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