Norwegian Wind (RETIRED) Cruise Review

Deck Hand


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2 out of 5

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Embarkation..goodService..cabin attendant, busboy, waiter..excellent.Entertainment..fairFood..from bad to mediocre. All entree meats for dinner were covered with gravy. Lobster so tough and stringy that no one could eat it. If you love zucchini and yellow squash you will be in heaven for it is on every dinner dish. Imaginatively presented, but really no good as far as taste is concerned. Ran out of skim milk, butterpecan icecream and believe it or not, prunes halfway through the trip. All cappuccino machines broke down two thirds of the way through the voyage. Breakfast buffet was mediocre at the best. If you visit the Sports bar for lunch, don't eat the hotdog or hamburger buns. They fall apart in your hands staining them with catsup or mustard. Nothing but hot water in your cabin, making brushing your teeth in scalding water a real feat. Aircondiditioning broke down once, and the captain had to divert power from one of the engines ato bring it back on line, and reducing the power of the ship. Result was that we were late for almost all ports. We had booked a 7 hour tour in Costa Rica supposedly starting at 9 AM. We arrived in port and didn't get off the ship until 2:30 PM. Tour was cancelled.I could go on and on, but you get the message. It was a bad trip, and the majority of the passengers agree.

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