Norwegian Sun Cruise Review to Alaska - Gulf of Alaska

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3 out of 5

"Bear"ly Satisfied

Sail Date: June 23, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Balcony

First time cruising and was slightly dissatisfied with the overall experience of Norweigen "Sun" cruise line.. The main dinning was geared towards one ethic cuisine. The buffet tables were unorganised. Staff and crew were rude and acted like you was impossing on them any time you had a question . Their was a language barrier many spoke broken english and were hard to understand.

On a positive note the balcony suites were more spacious than expected, and the ship was extremely clean. The housekeeping dept. was more helpfull and friendly than the other staff and crew members. They should be compensated for their hard work and their generousity towards "Suns" guests.

Overall probably would recommend paying a little more for your trip and getting the experience you want and expect through a different cruise line.

Loved Alaska deffinantly would recommend going once in a life time.

 

 

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Vancouver (Canada Place), British Columbia
Beautiful city and alot of entertainment.
Cruise Glacier Bay Beautiful


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