Norwegian Sun Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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5 out of 5

Fantastic Cruise!!!!!

Sail Date: August 31, 2008

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The food was great. The crew was happy. With a happy crew, you get the best service. They tried to anticipate our every want. All of the "needs" were already there. We enjoy eating when we want and with whomever we want. We some- times wanted company at dinner and sometimes preferred to eat alone. The ship was very clean. Our room stewards were most accommodating with our schedule. We enjoyed sitting on our balcony in the morning with a cup of coffee and watch the scenery go by. We highly suggest this cruise for relaxation and enjoyment.

Pros: Sailing the inside passage in Alaska the scenery was breathtaking.

Cons: Having to leave and fly home.

Recommends Norwegian Sun? Yes!

Juneau, Alaska
We went on the whale watching adventure and while other boats were up close and personal with the whales, we needed to us binoculars to see them.
Skagway, Alaska
We went on the White Mountain Pass Railroad. It was by far the most enjoyable tour. The beauty of Alaska was everywhere!!! There was just too much to take in on one visit. We plan to go back just to go again!!!
Don't Miss: The railroad and the town itself.
Ketchikan, Alaska
We went on the duck tour. It was okay but I would rather have taken the shuttle into town to shop.

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