Pride of America Cruise Review to Hawaii

Deck Hand

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3 out of 5

Great Way to See Hawaii

Sail Date: December 01, 2009

Reviewed: 6 years ago

This ship was not as grand as the last NCL ship on which I cruised. The lobby is only one story, the shops are minimal, and the spa is tiny. However, the main dining rooms are very attractive and tastefully decorated & overall the ship seemed relatively new (built 2004). Our cruise through Hawaii was "port intensive" (we spent most of the time docked at various islands) so most people spent a lot of time off the ship. This made the lack of grandeur less important.

Pros: Every port we visited was beautiful. We got to see much of Hawaii in 7 days.

Cons: The cost of excursions and extras on the ship quickly added up to a very substantial amount of money.

Recommends Pride of America? Yes!

Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Cabin / Stateroom
The room was a bit dated with a stained floor and faded couch.
Service and Staff
Entertainment
There was no main act for entertainment. They had a comedian and a magician, and a comedy troupe that performed a number of times.


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