Norwegian Wind (RETIRED) 141 Cruise Review to U.S. - Pacific, Northwest

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4 out of 5

Best Valued 3-day Adventure!!

Sail Date: April 01, 2006

Reviewed: 11 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Oceanview

The itinerary was fabulous (although we did have to curtail the stop in Victoria due to high winds and denial by the Victoria Harbor Master permitting our visit). San Francisco has to be the best port to enter or depart (being from the SF Bay Area), seconded only by Vancouver!

Pros: The service from the 700 crew members: probably the best on any previous cruise we have experienced!

Cons: the noise from items close to our cabin during the night (probably not secured in the cargo bay when the ship pitched or rolled); very hard bed

Ship Quality
Food and Dining
"Free Style" dining fits our needs completely. The professional, friendly, and exceptional attention from the dining room(s) staff was the high-point of this short cruise's experience.
Cabin / Stateroom
The hardness of the bed was noted earlier. Other than that, well-appointed use of space and furnishings and efficiency of the bathroom was better than expected (this was our first NCL Cruise)
Service and Staff
The ship staff was from every corner of the Globe, but worked together and with a consistent and marked courteous customer-service oriented manner that they all seemed to be one family.

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