My friend and I took the Norwegian Pearl -to New England and Canada, departing from Boston on Sept 2. Boston Port was organized and we sat in sections for our boarding group.
After check in at the muster station location, ate lunch at the Summer Palace. This was our main go to free sit down restaurant. It seemed bigger and more open then the other sit down restaurants. It was pretty empty when we ate lunch there the first day.
Our cabin was a regular sized balcony. Pretty small for 2 people. I'd suggest upgrading to a club balcony to have more room. The cabin was on the 10th deck. The area for the toilet in the cabin was so small, you had to sit at an angle, otherwise your knees couldn't fit against the wall sitting straight.
Very small. Toilet in bathroom is not in a great location. Have to sit sideways for anyone who is taller then 5 feet.
Very nice port, enjoyed the ship excursion "An Intimate Look at Acadia National Park". Eat at Galyn's for lunch (make a reservation ahead of time to avoid the wait.