"We have noticed a change in the amenities since Norwegian took them over. Not as much luxury and we saw some skimping.
The entertainment was repetitive - piano player ,guitar piano player, guitar. We stopped..."Read More
1-10 of 491 South America Gay & Lesbian Cruises Cruise Reviews
We saw this trip and figured it would round out what we wanted to see in South American. There was some concern as the messages on CC said there was a possible problem with the ship's engines on the previous voyage (reverse of this one). Not sure of the real story but we had no problem and ship ran fine. Overall the cruise was enjoyable except for the problem with our cabin (see below) and with ...
The ports. The ports. The ports. The Price. The line (HAL). These are the things that attracted me to this voyage.
This voyage of 11 weeks was my first cruise with a duration of over three weeks, and that alone turns the experience completely around. You see the same people, passengers & crew, over and over again and you get to know them. That was mostly good. Ran into many ...
Prime reason for picking this cruise Falkland Islands on my bucket list.
Ship has a wow factor with the addition of Arts Cafe and new style reception and boutiques.
Restaurant and La Terrazza comfortable dinning venues. La Dame seating layout not to our taste, Grill uncomfortable now cushions are not available for the chairs.
Food spoiled on many occasions by being cold mainly in the ...
Route: 58 days round trip Fort Lauderdale including 21 ports of call, passage through the Panama Canal, rounding Cape Horn, and scenic cruising around Devil’s Island. Total trip 17,591 nautical miles.
1. General Comments: We are regular cruisers, and our focus of this cruise was to get an overview of the South American continent. This cruise showed us that further visits are needed. Five ...