Went on what was supposed to be a dream of a lifetime cruise with Norwegian Cruise Lines, 14 day cruise to the Hawaiian Islands and Also Islands in Tahiti. We had a wonderful time with family and friends...until the 12th day when some tested positive for Covid. When this happened the cruise line told us we would be able to stay in our State rooms with balconies. Well, little did we know, they would send us down to decks 4 and 5 that are inside rooms with no windows or at the best, a small porthole. Took away our room keys, so no getting food, and told us we were not their guests any more and to use room service. Room service would take about two hours to bring the food which was bland, tasteless and cold.
My niece (one of the people who tested positive) broke one leg and sprained the other on day 12 also as we visited one of the islands. The Dr. on board gave her pain meds, put her foot in a boot and told her to take ibuprofen and Tylenol for the pain. She was to sit perfectly still at all times so the leg would have a chance to heal. Norwegian Cruise Lines are trying to make her leave her room and go to one down below. She can't put weight on either leg and is in a wheelchair, and a lot of pain.
The kicker is, we found out later, there were people already on the ship with covid when we got on. And as we watched from our balconies on Monday morning, they were beginning a new cruise, boarding unsuspecting travelers on the Ship where the covid virus was still rapant.