A very long crossing to get to Florida - and only one stop enroute!
The downside of a very long crossing was the lack of good social spaces - and deck area.
All the bars seem to be in corridor areas and the pool area is overwhelmed by the slides, surely not the best thing to have on such a small ship? (they were also closed most of the time)
The childrens area seemed enormous - just not a lot of children around to use it.
Empty swimming pools too.
Well after 12 days it felt smaller.
The restaurants for paying customers seemed empty most of the evening, but they had some of the nicest and large sitting areas for the 6 or 7 people using them.
The small area where the amazing guitar players sat was spoiled by people crossing to restaurants and walking up and downstairs... again another walkway area, much better to hang over the balcony area - less distraction from the act - and all you could see was an almost empty More
sushi/japanese restaurant across from you.
Hardly anything on all day - we were glad we had a balcony cabin and used it most of the day for the sun - we were lucky it was on the right side to get the rays. Less
Norwegian Star Cruises to Transatlantic