Norwegian Sun Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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3 out of 5

A Fabulous Cruise

Sail Date: August 17, 2008

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Traveled As: Family w/young children

Room Type: Inside

We had good experience in the entire cruise. Very "Free" style, relaxing and enjoyable. We would highly recommend to every one and will return in future.

Pros: Free Style Dinning

Cons: Kids Program

Recommends Norwegian Sun? Yes!

Children's Programs
The Kid's program was the only dissapointment. My 7 years old boy was playing alone there but still someone supervise.
Ship Quality
Everywhere is easy to recongnize and access. Overall is clean and nice. We took pictures from almost all levels.
Food and Dining
1 dinning room in the front and 1 dinning room in the back that is convenience for all guests. You could dine in at anytime during their opening hours and no rush to leave the table for 2nd seatings and no need to share table with someone unknown.
Cabin / Stateroom
We booked a superior inside stateroom for 2 adults and 1 kid. We had a "King" size bed and a sofa bed. Lots of room for clothings. The shower was nice and hot/cool. They make up the room before and afternoon.
Service and Staff
The ship staff is overall pleasant, nice and polite.
Different shows every night. All the performers are excellent especially the ballet couples. The comic magic show was very funny too. Even the crew performance is above average.

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