Norwegian Spirit Review

Great Baltic Agenda

Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on Norwegian Spirit
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Giovanni55
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2019
Cabin: Balcony

Being a first generation Latvian, I was intrigued with this cruise as it was stopping in Riga, Latvia along with so many other Baltic countries. It was a perfect agenda in terms of the countries on the itinerary and a great way to explore the various cultures in 15 days. We had taken a previous sailing to the Baltic region on the Getaway in October 2017 which was terrible based on the cold, windy and wet weather on a cruise ship that is really not suitable for cold and inclement weather based on its "Miami Boardwalk" exterior design.

First and foremost, this was our 5th or 6th voyage on the Spirit in the last 3 years. We truly enjoy the size of the ship, the crew that tends to be quite customer centric and the "Galaxy of the Stars" for viewing of daily arrivals and departures is awesome.

As we reside in Italy and enjoy the convenience and destinations that the Spirit has frequented, we are highly disturbed that the vessel will be repositioned after the upgrade in February 2020 to the Asia coast. One would have hoped that following the upgrade previous loyal customers could have enjoyed the much needed refreshing.

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