Norwegian Wind (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Hawaii

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3 out of 5

Bye Bye Blackbird...

Sail Date: April 14, 2007

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

Not much point in reviewing as it is already being turned into a casino ship for the Chinese and Malaysians.

Pros: Waiter Donald Cherfils

Cons: Freestyle dining

Recommends Norwegian Wind (RETIRED)? No.

Food and Dining
NO lobster night! Got Newberg. Not the same.
Ship Quality
Cabin / Stateroom
I was disappointed in the "upgrade." We were in a front facing cabin with a walkway in front of our window. It was no better than the oceanview we were supposed to have anyway. It was VERY windy up front so we could not enjoy the deck outside.
Service and Staff
Entertainment
Fanning Island, Kiribati
Very primitive
Don't Miss: Truck ride through the villages
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
We parked ourselves at the Hilton Waikoloa and had lunch while watching the dolphins.
Don't Miss: City of Refuge
Lahaina, Maui
Rent a car and keep it overnight free at the Safeway shopping center. It has a free shuttle to the ship.
Don't Miss: Haleakala and the Road to Hana
Hilo, Hawaii
Must see the volcano. I could not believe the numbers of passengers that did not know that. Astronomy Center at U of Hawaii was good also.
Don't Miss: Volcano
Nawiliwili, Kauai

Don't Miss: Fern Grotto


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