Norwegian Star Review

Interesting itinerary let down by poor excursions

Review for the British Isles & Western Europe Cruise on Norwegian Star
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2022
Cabin: Mid-Ship Balcony

We had some FCC to use up by the end of the year and didn't fancy the challenge of airports and so choose this trip from Southampton. We had cruised with NCL four times before and had always been satisfied.

Embarkation was good but, although we had requested assistance for my wife in a wheelchair, we were initially put in a long queue with everyone else until we saw a wheelchair going to a separate entrance so we followed them and were then treated very well.

The cabin was adequate but it was a tight squeeze either side of the huge bed and in the toilet. When we eventually saw a little card saying that the coffee/tea machine had been removed for health and safety reasons (presumably a hangover from the pandemic) and we could request one from the cabin steward we were soon provide with one and the supplies were topped up each day. The steward was great he sorted out all our needs including bathrobes and there was a twice a day room clean and new towels even if we had hung them on the rail.

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Mid-Ship Balcony

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