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Not what I paid for.

Review for a South America Cruise on Norwegian Star

Dknurse
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

Having cruised on Norwegian before the pandemic, I believe Norwegian is suffering from post pandemic syndrome and is using the pandemic to reduce services and quality. My specific problems were: 1. The itinerary followed was not what I paid for. The three days cruising Antarctica were reduced to one while the weather was glorious. 2. Sanitation standards were low. I contracted Covid ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


Lines, Fees and Itinerary Changes

Review for a Antarctica Cruise on Norwegian Star

Llama Mama
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

This isn't your ordinary kick back by the pool in the sunshine and be pampered cruise itinerary. It goes to ANTARCTICA! For many on the ship who are frequent travelers, this was the final destination, the SEVENTH continent to visit. The destination is unique. The itinerary is grueling: it crosses The Drake Passage- where the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans converge. Some days, it's a "lake". ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


Bad Experience on an Antarctica Cruise

Review for a Antarctica Cruise on Norwegian Star

TTOM
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

My wife and I, both in our 60’s, booked this 14 day cruise from Buenos Aires to Antarctica and were very disappointed. We have over 30 cruises with 10 on Norwegian and the rest mostly on Royal Caribbean, Princess, or Holland America. I usually rate cruises as 5 star as you get what you book and a cruise is usually a good time. However this cruise on the Norwegian Star was overall terrible for ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


Captain Skips Ports! 'nuf said!

Review for a South America Cruise on Seven Seas Voyager

OskiBear
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

This captain skips ports. What else can be said about a cruise billed as a voyage to Antarctica and the Falklands Islands but skips the Falklands and cuts out a day in Antarctica. I'm sure most people lined up to pay $$$ to see eight days in a row of the South Atlantic. No? Probably not. I hear there's a line forming onboard to join a class action lawsuit organized by some of the passengers. Rude ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

Traveled with children


Lower your standards if you've done other cruises.

Review for a South America Cruise on Norwegian Star

Herfer
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

This was our 6th cruise. Unfortunately ranks at the bottom. If you've cruised within the US or Europe, this will be a disappointment. Embarkation. Like a disorganized maze. Luggage drop off is different location from your checking in. Buses will ferry pax from these 2 locations. Address sent by Norwegian Star erroneous....meant for locals only. Itineraries. Antarctica (Paradise Bay, ...
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Sail Date: January 2024


Epic scenery, fantastic staff, a lovely ship and just a brilliant time.

Review for a South America Cruise on Norwegian Star

Happy Cruiser 1983
First Time Cruiser • Age 40s

So, first time cruiser here so I have little point of reference. But, I had an absolutely brilliant time with my father on this voyage of a life time to the utterly amazing Patagonia and Antarctica (sorry if this is a bit long). Embarkation - so easy. It took around 45 mins to arriving at bag drop off to sitting by the pool with a beer in my hand. At all points there seemed to be forward ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony


Spectacular Views bring binoculars

Review for a Antarctica Cruise on Sapphire Princess

Lartz
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Buenos Aries. Embarkation was a nightmare. The cruise terminal was destroyed by a storm 4 weeks ago. Princess has not adequately responded. If you have a Princess transfer you will be taken care of. Everyone Else waited in long line in the sun. I was in a wheelchair and line took 3 hours and 20 minutes. No English speaking Princess employees to even explain what was happening. No signs to ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Cabin Type: Interior

Traveled with disabled person


Very good, but not the best Regent experience.

Review for a South America Cruise on Seven Seas Splendor

Charles1945
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

Beautiful ship, fabulous staff, wonderful cuisine, elegant suite. The Butler and Stewards were very attentive. We were fortunate on this leg, as with the previous one, in having thoroughly delightful weather. Our stop in Montevideo was especially memorable. What a gorgeous city! The tour was well conducted by a very articulate guide, and the stops along the way were timed well to give ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Traveled with disabled person


Don't book Norwegian AFT facing Balcony on deck 8!

Review for a South America Cruise on Norwegian Star

Charcleve
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We cruise often and have mainly stayed with Norwegian so we have achieved some status that adds a few perks. This was an amazing itinerary mainly to see Antarctica and that did not disappoint. It should be on everyone's bucket list. The good - We like the size of the Star. Not a mega ship, holding about 2500 passengers. The staff was friendly and helpful without exception. The ...
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Sail Date: January 2024


Food quality

Review for a South America Cruise on Azamara Quest

Fandango1
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

This is our 2nd Azamara in 2 months. Previous Onward Med. Was exactly the same food experience. In Windows Cafe very ordinary buffet type food offering. Unappetizing display with partly full serving dishes in reach until empty when replaced by the full one behind out of reach . Resembling a school canteen. Discovery main restaurant has very well organised impeccable service by numerous ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Cabin Type: Club Continent Suite


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