“Too many people and not enough common areas.”
Cruise review of Norwegian Getaway

eddylu Norwegian Getaway 3 Too many people and not enough common areas.
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First of all, excuse my English, I'm not American.

The ship is beautiful and huge, but the comun areas are not enough for about 4000 passenger. You had to wake up erly to get a deck chair in the shade and if you want to watch or participate in an activity at the main lobby, you had to go more than an hour before in order to sit down.

There are 3 complementary (free) restaurants and the food is good and 2 Buffetts with almost the same food every time. One of them is Latin food and was good and open for breakfast and lunch. THERE ARE ABOUT 20 A LA CARTA RESTAURANTS, where you pay for your food. And I repeat, ABOUT 20 OF THEM. I can underestand why we have almost no places to walk, (anyway you walk a lot going from one point yo another.) or sit down to have a drink and have a nice time, either inside or outside.

The cabin was soooo small and so where the bathroom. Very uncomfortable.

The service was great. Everybody veri nice.

The shows (only 2 in the week) were fantastic, the Burn The Floor was beautiful and awesome. We went 3 times to have dinner at the Tropicana to watch the little show of this dancers and to enjoy the music of Latin Express.

The Colombian duet were very good too and the other band from the islands.

The dance classes were very good and the assistant director Joel, the Jersey Boy is very nice too.

Norwegian Getaway Cruises to the Eastern Caribbean
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Published 04/16/14
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