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Norwegian Escape Review

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Escape 3 Day to Nowhere, GREAT!

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Sail Date: Oct 2015
Cabin: Inside Stateroom

NCL Escape 3 day from Hamburg to Southampton.


We in our late 60’s and we are active seniors who have done 29 cruises over the last 30 years. This was the end of 15 days in Europe to celebrate our 50th Anniversary. We like the Freestyle NCL offers but have done other lines as well.

Cabin Review

Inside Stateroom

Cabin IX

OUR CABIN We have not booked an inside cabin for some time but because this was a 3 day cruise and we anticipated we would be exploring the ship most of the time, we chose an inside cabin, 13463. The best surprise was the bathroom, very large, lots of space to store things and the shower was wonderful. I am not a fan of climbing over the tub to shower so this was perfect.

We are not over packers so we found plenty of storage in the cabin. In the closet, we had 12 hangers, a safe, and several shelves along with space under the hanging side to store shoes. The bed had 2 small night tables with shelves in each one. I did not check under the bed for storage, too much to see and too little time. There was a built in table/desk with small bench and a refrigerator built in also.

Our cabin was set up to hold 3 people but the third bunk would have been too claustrophobic for me. The cabin hallways seemed bigger than on the smaller ships

The cabin needed a room card to keep power on so we threw in a grocery store card and everything worked and we still had our keys.

Our cabin was forward and we walked a lot to get to everywhere. In my younger days, this was not an issue but I think the mega ships are not for me, just a personal choice.

Port Reviews


We spent 4 days in Hamburg pre-cruise. We rode ferries, buses and saw as much as possible. The Miniature Wonderland is not to be missed.

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