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Departure city Our cruise departed out of New Orleans. We chose to arrive on Wednesday, two days early, and utilized the free/reduced airfare offered by NCL paying only the $25 fee for our flights. Our flight was out of Ohare Airport in Chicago through Delta connecting to a Delta flight out of Atlanta. We arrived in New Orleans around 6pm and had an easy time getting an Uber out of the airport. The drive was about 30min to our hotel right next to the French Quarter. We were able to walk to the restaurant Napoleons and Café Beignet that night. Thursday we took the streetcar to the WWII museum and toured the Garden district. We went to Deanie's Seafood restaurant for dinner and walked around Jackson Square as well. All in all, the small taste of New Orleans we had was perfect before our cruise and made me want to go back to have a full experience soon! _______________________________________ Embarkation and Debarkation The ship was late into port due to conditions entering the Mississippi the night before. Because of this embarkation was a little messy. We had plans to arrive at the port around 11am since our boarding time was noon. On our way to the port that morning we received a text saying no to arrive before 1pm since they were running off schedule. Seeing as we were already on our way we just kept going and hoped for the best. This was our first cruise, and to be honest we personally did not think that the embarkation process was that bad. We dropped off our luggage and got into line for security. The line for security and checking in was a little backed up, but nothing that I wasn't expecting with 4,000+ people all trying to go through one area. They checked our passports to ensure we had not been to China in the past 30 days due to the coronavirus outbreak and we were on our way to the seating area. Refreshments were provided and we sat down for only around 15 min before our group number was called. We arrived at the port around 11am, had group 7 assigned upon check in, and were walking onto the ship by 12:30pm. Debarkation was relatively easy. We received our information for debarkation 2 nights before. They gave us the luggage tags for our bags to be taken off the ship and we placed our bags out in the hall the last night around 9pm. They were very good at going down the halls and grabbing bags as they were placed out so that your items were not left out in the hall for long. In the morning they had the buffet and main dining rooms open for breakfast until 8:30a, and you had to be out of your room by 9am. We ate in the main dining room and then sat in the atrium where they had a video playing with clips from the cruise. Our luggage tag color was called around 9:15am and then we waited in line to leave the ship. Our luggage was easy to find and the line for customs was not long at all. We then got in line for the airport transfer, which we waited for about 20 min for. The shuttle was comfortable enough for the 30 min drive. _______________________________________ Ship ​This was our first cruise. The ship itself was huge! There were many places to go and get away from other people if needed. The waterfront was my personal favorite place to go. You can walk all the way around the ship and even eat and drink outside as well. The seating outside on the waterfront was great as well and we never had trouble finding somewhere to relax. The pool area was usually crowded as expected but when we wanted to get into the pool we never felt like it was to full. Finding a seat around the pool deck never took more than 5 min of looking. We usually were able to find a spot in the shade and near the stage to watch any of the performances. _______________________________________ Cabin ​Our room was just as expected. We had the mini suite room. The room part of it was the same as a regular cabin, but the bathroom we had was much larger. The larger shower area and the double sinks came in handy a lot throughout our trip. We were both able to get ready in the morning and evening without feeling like we were getting in each others way. The closet space was perfect for us, and we utilized the vanity area to house our electronics and documents. The pillows and blankets were comfortable enough, but the bed left something to be desired. It was hard and had a seam in the middle where the two twin beds were pushed together. _______________________________________ Dining ​We ate in multiple places on the ship. All were amazing. The buffet was great for quick turn around in our schedule and always had something for my pescatarian diet. The main dining rooms had great service and plenty of options. We never had to wait for a seat no matter the time that we dined. They had the dinner menu on display next to the elevators near the main dining rooms every day as well. We ate in Osheehans for breakfast, lunch, and dinner multiple times. It was a nice middle ground from the buffet and the main dining room. Quick service and amazing food. We ate at 4 of the specialty restaurants; Cagneys, modern, Le Bistro, and Ocean Blue. All of them were great, but I would say my favorite was Ocean Blue. Every course of the meal was absolutely phenomenal and the area was nice and cozy feeling. I would like to mention that if you are dining inside at any of the specialty restaurants men must be wearing full length pants (jeans or slacks), or else you will be seated in the outside areas. ​We ordered room service for early port days and that was sufficient. We just got the items that were included such as; cereals, muffins, fruit, yogurt. It was always delivered right on time and we had no complaints. _______________________________________ Entertainment and activities ​There were plenty of things to do on the ship day to day. We went to Burn the Floor, Million Dollar Quartet, Comedy shows, Howl and the moon dueling pianos, trivia, bingo, and many more. All were amazing and very entertaining. There are things happening every day and your freestyle daily as well as your ncl app has the full schedule every day. Our favorite of all the shows was the Million Dollar Quartet. The entire show was very entertaining and the performers were great. _______________________________________ Ports and excursions ​Ocho Rios - In Jamaica we did the bobsledding and dunn's river falls. We took a shuttle to Mystic Mountain for the bobsledding. You take a ski lift up the mountain that had great views of the ocean and our ship as well. At the top they had restrooms, a shop, a small place for food, and lockers to rent for $6. You have to put your items into a locker, and the locker easily fit both of our small backpacks. The line for the bobsledding was not long at all. We waited maybe 15 min in line before it was our turn. The ride was fun, and when we were done we went back down the ski lift to catch our shuttle to Dunn's river falls. The shuttle leaves every 30 min from mystic mountain and you can do it all at your own pace which was nice if you wanted to spend more time at the top of the mountain. We were told that we would be getting wet head to toe and they were correct. They have lockers for rent for $5 (+$3 deposit that you get back when you return the key). You will need water shoes for the falls, and I recommend bringing a towel to put in the locker as well so that you can dry off at the end. You hike up the waterfall with a guide and are told exactly where to step. Our group was kind of large and it sort of felt a bit rushed. Hiking up the waterfall was difficult for older guests and children, therefore I would not recommend this for people that are not physically fit. It is a 45 min hike up slippery rocks. We brought a phone with a waterproof case for pictures and videos, but they do take pictures and videos as you go, and they try to sell it to you at the end. We did not purchase. Our ship did have to dock in a construction port area since the main port was taken by another ship, therefore our immediate port area was cramped and confusing to find our excursion area. As much as we enjoyed the actual things that we did during our time in Ocho Rios, I personally will never go back. Everyone we encountered was practically begging for tips and constantly mentioning tipping them and even blatantly demanding for tips. As you leave the falls area there are a bunch of shop people trying to sell you things and they are very very pushy. It was slightly worrying navigating around that area as they all called out to your trying to sell small nik naks. The total for our excursions was $125 each. We got one ride on the bobsled and the escorted hike up the falls. The bobsledding price separately at mystic mountain was $22 for 2 rides and around $50 for 5 rides. The falls were great, but we saw people there without guides and they were doing just fine. We felt like we might have had a better time doing both of these items on our own without going through NCL, but you pay for the security of getting back to the ship on time and the shuttles I guess. ******************* George town, Grand cayman - This was by far our favorite port. We started the day meeting in the theater area with they early morning people for our tender to the shore. We had gotten tender group C, but they called for anyone ready to go for the first tender around 7am. Someone in our group found a private excursion with the company Sail with Friends. They helped us set up a ride from the port area for $14 a person to the dock and we took a catamaran boat with just our group of 12 including 2 young children. They took us to see stingrays, star fish, snorkeling, a private beach area, and just cruising around on the boat. They had drinks, fruit, and even served us pizza in the water. The price was around $100 per person. We made it back to tender back to the ship with plenty of time. ******************* Rotan Bay Islands - This day we did the NCL discover scuba excursion at Anthony's key resort. This was an amazing experience. The ride to the resort was about 20 min in a small shuttle, but it wasn't terrible. They put you through a 1 hour class to learn about the gear you will be using and safety information. Then you get on the boat and they get you all set up with your gear, including goggles and fins. We did not use body suits since the water was warm. We then went to a shallow area (next to the dolphins, so we got a peek at them for free) to test out our gear. You were able to stand in this area if needed. We were placed in groups of 4 with 1 instructor. You are then instructed to go under water onto your knees. This is where you really get a feel for it and if diving will be for you. Breathing with the regulator is definitely not easy. It took me a few minutes under water in the shallow area to get a feel for it and get comfortable with this way of breathing. Knowing that I could stand up and breath if needed was definitely helpful, as I did get scared for a few moments with the breathing. A woman in our group actually could not handle it and panicked. She was not able to continue with the dive. I do not believe she received a refund for this trip. Once we tested out our breathing, we went through some instruction on how to clean out our masks under water and how to retrieve a dropped regulator under water we were good to go into the deep water. They took us to a reef area where we went down to 40 feet. It was absolutely amazing. We saw a puffer fish, turtle, and loads of other sea life. It was beautiful. After the excursion they took us back to the dock at Anthony's key resort and let us rinse off in a fresh water shower. While scuba diving they were taking pictures and video of us. They have the video and pictures playing for you to watch for free. We ended up getting 2 photos for $30. You then take a shuttle back with your group to the port. ******************* Harvest Caye - We did not have anything planned for this day excursion wise. We just went to the pool on the island and relaxed. The pool is very big and was very nice since it was so hot out that day. We never felt like the pool area was crowded or anything. ******************* Costa Maya - This day we chose to do the Mayan Ruins tour. We met our excursion group inside the port area and got onto a big air conditioned shuttle. We had a tour guide during the 1 hour ride to the ruins telling us about the Mexican culture and about the Mayan history and calendar. There is not much to see during the drive as you are mostly on country roads with just fields on both sides. Upon arriving at the site there was a gift shop, snacks for purchase, and restrooms. During the tour our guide told us what the different sites were and gave plenty of time to look around for yourself and take photos. On the ride back to the port the tour guide was quiet which allowed some of us to take a nap since the tour ended around 11am. We then walked around the port area which had restaurants, a lot of shops, bars, and even a shallow pool.

Had a blast! Can't wait to cruise again!

Norwegian Getaway Cruise Review by HVLW11

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: February 2020
  • Destination: Caribbean
  • Cabin Type: Mid-Ship Mini-Suite with Balcony
Departure city

Our cruise departed out of New Orleans. We chose to arrive on Wednesday, two days early, and utilized the free/reduced airfare offered by NCL paying only the $25 fee for our flights. Our flight was out of Ohare Airport in Chicago through Delta connecting to a Delta flight out of Atlanta. We arrived in New Orleans around 6pm and had an easy time getting an Uber out of the airport. The drive was about 30min to our hotel right next to the French Quarter. We were able to walk to the restaurant Napoleons and Café Beignet that night. Thursday we took the streetcar to the WWII museum and toured the Garden district. We went to Deanie's Seafood restaurant for dinner and walked around Jackson Square as well. All in all, the small taste of New Orleans we had was perfect before our cruise and made me want to go back to have a full experience soon!

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Embarkation and Debarkation

The ship was late into port due to conditions entering the Mississippi the night before. Because of this embarkation was a little messy. We had plans to arrive at the port around 11am since our boarding time was noon. On our way to the port that morning we received a text saying no to arrive before 1pm since they were running off schedule. Seeing as we were already on our way we just kept going and hoped for the best. This was our first cruise, and to be honest we personally did not think that the embarkation process was that bad. We dropped off our luggage and got into line for security. The line for security and checking in was a little backed up, but nothing that I wasn't expecting with 4,000+ people all trying to go through one area. They checked our passports to ensure we had not been to China in the past 30 days due to the coronavirus outbreak and we were on our way to the seating area. Refreshments were provided and we sat down for only around 15 min before our group number was called. We arrived at the port around 11am, had group 7 assigned upon check in, and were walking onto the ship by 12:30pm.

Debarkation was relatively easy. We received our information for debarkation 2 nights before. They gave us the luggage tags for our bags to be taken off the ship and we placed our bags out in the hall the last night around 9pm. They were very good at going down the halls and grabbing bags as they were placed out so that your items were not left out in the hall for long. In the morning they had the buffet and main dining rooms open for breakfast until 8:30a, and you had to be out of your room by 9am. We ate in the main dining room and then sat in the atrium where they had a video playing with clips from the cruise. Our luggage tag color was called around 9:15am and then we waited in line to leave the ship. Our luggage was easy to find and the line for customs was not long at all. We then got in line for the airport transfer, which we waited for about 20 min for. The shuttle was comfortable enough for the 30 min drive.

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Ship

​This was our first cruise. The ship itself was huge! There were many places to go and get away from other people if needed. The waterfront was my personal favorite place to go. You can walk all the way around the ship and even eat and drink outside as well. The seating outside on the waterfront was great as well and we never had trouble finding somewhere to relax.

The pool area was usually crowded as expected but when we wanted to get into the pool we never felt like it was to full. Finding a seat around the pool deck never took more than 5 min of looking. We usually were able to find a spot in the shade and near the stage to watch any of the performances.

_______________________________________

Cabin

​Our room was just as expected. We had the mini suite room. The room part of it was the same as a regular cabin, but the bathroom we had was much larger. The larger shower area and the double sinks came in handy a lot throughout our trip. We were both able to get ready in the morning and evening without feeling like we were getting in each others way. The closet space was perfect for us, and we utilized the vanity area to house our electronics and documents. The pillows and blankets were comfortable enough, but the bed left something to be desired. It was hard and had a seam in the middle where the two twin beds were pushed together.

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Dining

​We ate in multiple places on the ship. All were amazing.

The buffet was great for quick turn around in our schedule and always had something for my pescatarian diet.

The main dining rooms had great service and plenty of options. We never had to wait for a seat no matter the time that we dined. They had the dinner menu on display next to the elevators near the main dining rooms every day as well.

We ate in Osheehans for breakfast, lunch, and dinner multiple times. It was a nice middle ground from the buffet and the main dining room. Quick service and amazing food.

We ate at 4 of the specialty restaurants; Cagneys, modern, Le Bistro, and Ocean Blue.

All of them were great, but I would say my favorite was Ocean Blue. Every course of the meal was absolutely phenomenal and the area was nice and cozy feeling. I would like to mention that if you are dining inside at any of the specialty restaurants men must be wearing full length pants (jeans or slacks), or else you will be seated in the outside areas.

​We ordered room service for early port days and that was sufficient. We just got the items that were included such as; cereals, muffins, fruit, yogurt. It was always delivered right on time and we had no complaints.

_______________________________________

Entertainment and activities

​There were plenty of things to do on the ship day to day. We went to Burn the Floor, Million Dollar Quartet, Comedy shows, Howl and the moon dueling pianos, trivia, bingo, and many more. All were amazing and very entertaining. There are things happening every day and your freestyle daily as well as your ncl app has the full schedule every day. Our favorite of all the shows was the Million Dollar Quartet. The entire show was very entertaining and the performers were great.

_______________________________________

Ports and excursions

​Ocho Rios - In Jamaica we did the bobsledding and dunn's river falls. We took a shuttle to Mystic Mountain for the bobsledding. You take a ski lift up the mountain that had great views of the ocean and our ship as well. At the top they had restrooms, a shop, a small place for food, and lockers to rent for $6. You have to put your items into a locker, and the locker easily fit both of our small backpacks. The line for the bobsledding was not long at all. We waited maybe 15 min in line before it was our turn. The ride was fun, and when we were done we went back down the ski lift to catch our shuttle to Dunn's river falls. The shuttle leaves every 30 min from mystic mountain and you can do it all at your own pace which was nice if you wanted to spend more time at the top of the mountain. We were told that we would be getting wet head to toe and they were correct. They have lockers for rent for $5 (+$3 deposit that you get back when you return the key). You will need water shoes for the falls, and I recommend bringing a towel to put in the locker as well so that you can dry off at the end. You hike up the waterfall with a guide and are told exactly where to step. Our group was kind of large and it sort of felt a bit rushed. Hiking up the waterfall was difficult for older guests and children, therefore I would not recommend this for people that are not physically fit. It is a 45 min hike up slippery rocks. We brought a phone with a waterproof case for pictures and videos, but they do take pictures and videos as you go, and they try to sell it to you at the end. We did not purchase.

Our ship did have to dock in a construction port area since the main port was taken by another ship, therefore our immediate port area was cramped and confusing to find our excursion area. As much as we enjoyed the actual things that we did during our time in Ocho Rios, I personally will never go back. Everyone we encountered was practically begging for tips and constantly mentioning tipping them and even blatantly demanding for tips. As you leave the falls area there are a bunch of shop people trying to sell you things and they are very very pushy. It was slightly worrying navigating around that area as they all called out to your trying to sell small nik naks. The total for our excursions was $125 each. We got one ride on the bobsled and the escorted hike up the falls. The bobsledding price separately at mystic mountain was $22 for 2 rides and around $50 for 5 rides. The falls were great, but we saw people there without guides and they were doing just fine. We felt like we might have had a better time doing both of these items on our own without going through NCL, but you pay for the security of getting back to the ship on time and the shuttles I guess.

*******************

George town, Grand cayman - This was by far our favorite port. We started the day meeting in the theater area with they early morning people for our tender to the shore. We had gotten tender group C, but they called for anyone ready to go for the first tender around 7am. Someone in our group found a private excursion with the company Sail with Friends. They helped us set up a ride from the port area for $14 a person to the dock and we took a catamaran boat with just our group of 12 including 2 young children. They took us to see stingrays, star fish, snorkeling, a private beach area, and just cruising around on the boat. They had drinks, fruit, and even served us pizza in the water. The price was around $100 per person. We made it back to tender back to the ship with plenty of time.

*******************

Rotan Bay Islands - This day we did the NCL discover scuba excursion at Anthony's key resort. This was an amazing experience. The ride to the resort was about 20 min in a small shuttle, but it wasn't terrible. They put you through a 1 hour class to learn about the gear you will be using and safety information. Then you get on the boat and they get you all set up with your gear, including goggles and fins. We did not use body suits since the water was warm. We then went to a shallow area (next to the dolphins, so we got a peek at them for free) to test out our gear. You were able to stand in this area if needed. We were placed in groups of 4 with 1 instructor. You are then instructed to go under water onto your knees. This is where you really get a feel for it and if diving will be for you. Breathing with the regulator is definitely not easy. It took me a few minutes under water in the shallow area to get a feel for it and get comfortable with this way of breathing. Knowing that I could stand up and breath if needed was definitely helpful, as I did get scared for a few moments with the breathing. A woman in our group actually could not handle it and panicked. She was not able to continue with the dive. I do not believe she received a refund for this trip. Once we tested out our breathing, we went through some instruction on how to clean out our masks under water and how to retrieve a dropped regulator under water we were good to go into the deep water. They took us to a reef area where we went down to 40 feet. It was absolutely amazing. We saw a puffer fish, turtle, and loads of other sea life. It was beautiful. After the excursion they took us back to the dock at Anthony's key resort and let us rinse off in a fresh water shower. While scuba diving they were taking pictures and video of us. They have the video and pictures playing for you to watch for free. We ended up getting 2 photos for $30. You then take a shuttle back with your group to the port.

*******************

Harvest Caye - We did not have anything planned for this day excursion wise. We just went to the pool on the island and relaxed. The pool is very big and was very nice since it was so hot out that day. We never felt like the pool area was crowded or anything.

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Costa Maya - This day we chose to do the Mayan Ruins tour. We met our excursion group inside the port area and got onto a big air conditioned shuttle. We had a tour guide during the 1 hour ride to the ruins telling us about the Mexican culture and about the Mayan history and calendar. There is not much to see during the drive as you are mostly on country roads with just fields on both sides. Upon arriving at the site there was a gift shop, snacks for purchase, and restrooms. During the tour our guide told us what the different sites were and gave plenty of time to look around for yourself and take photos. On the ride back to the port the tour guide was quiet which allowed some of us to take a nap since the tour ended around 11am. We then walked around the port area which had restaurants, a lot of shops, bars, and even a shallow pool.
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Cabin Review

Mid-Ship Mini-Suite with Balcony
Cabin MB
​Our room was just as expected. We had the mini suite room. The room part of it was the same as a regular cabin, but the bathroom we had was much larger. The larger shower area and the double sinks came in handy a lot throughout our trip. We were both able to get ready in the morning and evening without feeling like we were getting in each others way. The closet space was perfect for us, and we utilized the vanity area to house our electronics and documents. The pillows and blankets were comfortable enough, but the bed left something to be desired. It was hard and had a seam in the middle where the two twin beds were pushed together. As everyone does, I wish there were outlets by the beds to charge my phone, but I made it through just fine.
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Port & Shore Excursion Reviews

  • Chacchoben Mayan Ruins
    This day we chose to do the Mayan Ruins tour. We met our excursion group inside the port area and got onto a big air conditioned shuttle. We had a tour guide during the 1 hour ride to the ruins telling us about the Mexican culture and about the Mayan history and calendar. There is not much to see during the drive as you are mostly on country roads with just fields on both sides. Upon arriving at the site there was a gift shop, snacks for purchase, and restrooms. During the tour our guide told us what the different sites were and gave plenty of time to look around for yourself and take photos. On the ride back to the port the tour guide was quiet which allowed some of us to take a nap since the tour ended around 11am. We then walked around the port area which had restaurants, a lot of shops, bars, and even a shallow pool.
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  • Catamaran Tour
    This was by far our favorite port. We started the day meeting in the theater area with they early morning people for our tender to the shore. We had gotten tender group C, but they called for anyone ready to go for the first tender around 7am. Someone in our group found a private excursion with the company Sail with Friends. They helped us set up a ride from the port area for $14 a person to the dock and we took a catamaran boat with just our group of 12 including 2 young children. They took us to see stingrays, star fish, snorkeling, a private beach area, and just cruising around on the boat. They had drinks, fruit, and even served us pizza in the water. The price was around $100 per person. We made it back to tender back to the ship with plenty of time.
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  • Harvest Caye
    We did not have anything planned for this day excursion wise. We just went to the pool on the island and relaxed. The pool is very big and was very nice since it was so hot out that day. We never felt like the pool area was crowded or anything.
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  • New Orleans
    Our cruise departed out of New Orleans. We chose to arrive on Wednesday, two days early, and utilized the free/reduced airfare offered by NCL paying only the $25 fee for our flights. Our flight was out of Ohare Airport in Chicago through Delta connecting to a Delta flight out of Atlanta. We arrived in New Orleans around 6pm and had an easy time getting an Uber out of the airport. The drive was about 30min to our hotel right next to the French Quarter. We were able to walk to the restaurant Napoleons and Café Beignet that night. Thursday we took the streetcar to the WWII museum and toured the Garden district. We went to Deanies Seafood restaurant for dinner and walked around Jackson Square as well. All in all, the small taste of New Orleans we had was perfect before our cruise and made me want to go back to have a full experience soon!
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  • Bobsled Tour
    Ski lift will take you up the mountain. They will try to sell you bug bands to keep away bugs, we did not have a problem with bugs at all. Restrooms, shop, food, and lockers for rent at the top for $6. All big items must go into a locker. We fit 2 small backpacks in one locker. We only waited about 15 min in line for bobsledding. It was a lot of fun, but you pay an inflated price to book through the cruise line. Shuttles at the bottom of the mountain leave every 30 min to go to the falls or back to the ship.
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  • Dunn's River Falls
    You will get wet head to toe. There are lockers for rent for $5. You need water shoes, rocks are slippery and sharp at some spots. Bring a towel to put in the locker for after. Large groups and felt kind of rushed. Not for people that are not physically fit. 45 min hike up the waterfall. Take a waterproof camera so you don't have to purchase the video at the end. Beware of the exit. There are a lot of small shops with very pushy tenders. Workers are also pushy for tips.
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  • Scuba Diving
    Scuba through NCL and Anthony's Key Resort. 1 hour of class room to learn about gear and safety. Safety test in shallow water to see if you are comfortable helped a lot to get used to the breathing apparatus. 40 foot dive was absolutely amazing and the instructor is there with you the entire time to help if you have any issues at all. They take pictures and video during the dive as well for purchase after the dive.
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