This was our 25th anniversary trip and frankly, the cruise was poor at best. I’ve been on maybe a dozen ships and never have I seen such a blatant cash grab...$10usd beers, $7usd for one bowling round, four times the going rate for an excursion.
The ship is attractive, but seriously, when you have 4000 passengers what that means is long lines for everything.
Please tell me how hard it is to provide coffee for passengers? Sounds like a simple question but many days I could not get a single cup of coffee on this ship! The first day EVERY machine was down...seriously, could not get a single cup of coffee!!! Let that sink in for a minute...4000 people that could not get a cup of coffee! Every other day it was a struggle to find the one or two machines that still worked. Surely NCL has enough clout to buy machines that work? Or is this just a ploy to make passengers pay for the ‘premium coffee’ at the cafe?
Small but comfortable...except the bathroom: imagine doing your ‘business’ in a phone booth separated by a curtain from your cabin mate...literally no sound barrier!
Didn’t go into town