Norwegian Epic: ‘Excellent in So Many Ways,’ but…

January 6, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

Cruise Critic readers are nothing if not straight shooters, so we weren’t surprised by Comitishonest appraisal of a recent Caribbean cruise on Norwegian Epic. In her critique, one of five reviews of the week, she raved about the brilliant entertainment (think Blue Man Group and Second City comedy), but chided some of the chow. “It is interesting to note that the best food was at the buffets!” she wrote of the grub on Epic, which offers some 20 dining options from upscale French to Asian hibachi. (On a related note, kudos for offering a great tip on a hidden embarkation day dining option. It’s in her review.) Regardless of any culinary shortfalls, she and hubby had a blast bowling, bar-ing and spa-ing. In her words, “if you don’t have fun on vacation, shame on you.” For her efforts, Comitis will receive an over-the-shoulder travel bag. Likewise for her fellow winners, Gamerchick, blablabla, morecruise4me and skiron.
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    One Response to “Norwegian Epic: ‘Excellent in So Many Ways,’ but…”

    1. Ruthie B
      January 9th, 2012 @ 3:12 pm

      Have been on the Epic twice & agree it’s a beautiful ship but both times the butler & concierge staff were rude & really unfriendly! And don’t forget to add that the ‘bowling, bar-ing & spa-ing’ are all extra costs!

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