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7 Night Canada & New England Cruise from Boston

7 Night Canada & New England Cruise from Boston

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Boston
  • Day 2
    Bar Harbor
  • Day 3
    Halifax
  • Day 4
    Sydney (Nova Scotia)
  • Day 5
    Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Saguenay
  • Day 8
    Quebec City

Norwegian Gem

Norwegian Gem - Norwegian Cruise Line

Pros

Easy layout, lots of choice, refitted Haven

Cons

Longer itineraries make cruises less family friendly

Bottom Line

Wide range of dining and entertainment options keep everyone happy


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: June 2019
Poor drink service near the pool. Waiters and waitresses rarely seen if ever. Terrible layout on the pool deck, difficult to walk around. Cagneys Steak House was terrible, 3 of 8 got the wrong meal. Drink waiter never showed up. A ... Read More
Poor drink service near the pool. Waiters and waitresses rarely seen if ever. Terrible layout on the pool deck, difficult to walk around. Cagneys Steak House was terrible, 3 of 8 got the wrong meal. Drink waiter never showed up. A simple request for bread was forgotten or ignored. Nearly 3 hours for dinner. During that time was able to get 1 drink. La Cucina was equally as bad. Pasta could have been rope, I’m still not sure. Far too many kids, many underage drinking. They had a few pool deck cookouts, they ran out of food by 12:30pm and then served raw vegetables before even cooking them. Spinnaker Lounge was great. Great Outdoors dining/buffet area is beautiful. Sailing was smooth. Staff was great. Food in main dining areas equally as good as specialty dining. Be careful shopping on board, prices on liquor and jewelry is better in the states. Do your homework. I won’t return to this ship. The Norwegian Dawn was far superior. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2019
It was for our Son & Daughter-In-Laws 30th Anniversary. We went with them and our Daughter and Son-In-Law, so there were 6 of us to celebrate. Our cruise started out with our Daughter-In-Law volunteering us for the married over 50 ... Read More
It was for our Son & Daughter-In-Laws 30th Anniversary. We went with them and our Daughter and Son-In-Law, so there were 6 of us to celebrate. Our cruise started out with our Daughter-In-Law volunteering us for the married over 50 year couple at the Not So Newlywed Game. It was fun to do it with the love and support from our married children. From that moment on we were referred to The Campers by anyone who was at the show, we could not get on or off an elevator without a funny comment. It made the whole week fun. The food was delicious and there were plenty of choices, I was disappointed that escargot, filet mignon, and lobster tails were not offered. We had the creme brulee after one dinner but it was not offered again, it is one of our favorites and it was delicious. We enjoyed the selection at the Garden Cafe, it was always stocked with fresh food, clean and neat. The personnel were friendly, helpful and nice. We also went to the Grand Pacific on embarkation day but did not go back as our stateroom was forward and it was a long walk. We enjoyed our dinner at the Orchid Garden, the food was also very good. Our favorite's were mid ship at O'Sheehan's and Magenta. Less crowded, always friendly and the service was wonderful. O"Sheehan's was a relaxing place to hang out for the shows in the atrium or just sit by a window to watch the ocean go by. Or just sit on our balcony and relax. We had a really good time with our family on this cruise. Read Less
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Sail Date: June 2019
This was a 7 night cruise from Boston to Bermuda. I booked this last minute and it was just me (30’s female) and my two children (8 and 10) We had a large window in the room, and had the room organized with two beds separated and one ... Read More
This was a 7 night cruise from Boston to Bermuda. I booked this last minute and it was just me (30’s female) and my two children (8 and 10) We had a large window in the room, and had the room organized with two beds separated and one bed ‘bunk’ style. The kids loved having what was basically bunk beds on a cruise ship. The room was perfectly sized with adequate storage. More than I thought there would be. Tons of random cubbies and drawers. Seas were rough on our way to Bermuda, the kids thought it was super fun being in the ‘wave’ pool, as the water in the pool created huge waves. They had to close the pool a few times because of this. Even though my kids are great swimmers, I only let them swim while using the life vests, they thought these were very comfortable as well. If you want a chair on the pool deck then you’ll need to wake up very early to ‘claim’ yours. I went up at 10am and all of the chairs had towels clipped to them or bags on them, but nobody sitting in them. The food was fantastic. I only went to the restaurants where the food didn’t cost any extra though. The kids wanted the buffet every night but we got to most of the places and the food and menu offerings were fantastic everywhere. The service was better than excellent. Ankit, our waiter at the o’sheehans restaurant, learned (and remembered!) the kids names and interests. After learning that my daughter is very interested in art he even drew her some pictures on his note pad. Very cool giraffe, ankit! The kids loved the kids club. They kept asking to go to it even when I was like ‘but don’t you want to come swimming with me? Hot tub? Anything?’ Nope... kids club is where it’s at. I am already looking into booking another cruise! (On day 6 all three of us got a nastyyyyyyy cold. I’m still fighting it over a week later. I don’t know how that happened considering how often our hands are sanitized, but it happened) Read Less
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