Norwegian Spirit Review

Excellent Ports of Call, Mundane Days at Sea

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jjonson36
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: May 2022

Chose this cruise for the unique opportunity to see both French Polynesia and Hawaii, and the ports of call did not disappoint. What did disappoint was the lack of effort and variety that comprised activities while at sea. With 4 straight days at sea, we were hoping for a full option of things to do, but the daily itinerary was pretty much recycled from one day to the next. There were not a lot of activities available and not a lot of energy that went into facilitating them. The shows were also very hit and miss. So, we loved being in port but didn't enjoy the long stretch of days at sea.

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- Excellent options. We loved the variety and seeing these incredible places is why we picked the cruise. The only negative is that we often arrived a little late, so rarely did we get off the ship on time. Also, you must tender into Bora bora and Moorea, so make sure to get an early tender group (get passes early the morning of in the Spinnacker Lounge) or you will wait 1-2 hours just to get off.

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