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Norwegian Epic Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Top Notch Cruise, few issues

Review for Norwegian Epic to the Caribbean
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First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Mar 2020
Cabin: Balcony

The Epic is a wonderful ship. We will certainly consider sailing on it again, if it's going where we want to go. The public areas are well-done. We loved Cirque and Burn the Floor. My only complaint regarding entertainment is that they need more performances for things like the comedy club and the Beatles so that more people can actually attend them (very limited seating in the Cavern Club). It was easy finding seats at places like Maltings and Shakers, even when live music was playing. We did all of our shore excursions through NCL. We especially loved ziplining in the rainforest of St. Kitts. Some of the boat/snorkeling trips were too crowded (especially the one in St. Lucia). The Thermal Spa is wonderful. We spent at least an hour a day in there. For dining, we had breakfast at the buffet, which was fine. We had one lunch at the buffet, which wasn't as good as breakfast, and didn't go for lunch there again. Most of our lunches were at O'Sheehans or one of the MDRs, when not eating on an excursion. For dinner, we went to Taste and the Manhattan Room once each and did signature dining the other nights. Thoughts on those:

Manhattan Room and Taste: The food was delicious. We liked the smaller portions as it meant we actually had room for dessert!

Moderno: Brazilian style meat place. The "salad" bar is amazing with the basic salads, shrimp salad, an antipasto section, cheeses, and much more. They do the typical green side up when you want more meat and red side up when you don't want any. The dessert was incredible.

Cabin Review


This room has the bed closer to the balcony and the couch closer to the bathroom area. We did not have issues with the separate shower and toilet areas. In fact, it made getting read easier. The balcony is ample for two people. It is advertised that the room hold three people... no way. My only issue is that there are no USB outlets. Thankfully, we brought our own to plug into the one outlet in the room.

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