We decided to try a transatlantic cruise and we liked the ports. We also like Norwegian. The ship is big so there is a lot of walking, but laid out well. The crew was wonderful and we loved the fellow passengers. There was something for everyone. There were handicap people on the ship who seemed to get around okay. They have studios for singles with a special lounge. We particularly liked the bridge instructor who held lessons and playing duplicate every sea day. The food was great and the entertainment was fabulous! Some shows you had to pay for and the wait time was often almost an hour for good seats, but they were worth it. The food in the main dining rooms were repetitious, but the buffet and speciality restaurants were very good. We did a tour of the behind the scenes which was fascinating. They are environmentally far ahead of anything you can imagine. They even have as n incinerator. Amazing how they can keep up with all the laundry. The water was rough at times, but we did not miss any ports. We would love to take a cruise on this ship sgsin.
We had a handicap room that was delightful with walk-in shower. It was roomy with good storage.