Norwegian Prima Review

Prima Review

Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Norwegian Prima
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Cruiseprincess0722
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jan 2023
Cabin: Balcony

This was our 21st NCL for us and 23rd cruise all together, so I would say we have a bit of cruising experience with NCL. I first want to talk loyalty. Yes, we are loyal NCL cruisers. Yes, we are Sapphire. We are also loyal to Marriot and American Airlines. I have the Starbucks app, as well as Dunkin Donuts.

I am stating all this because I have seen too many posts hating on cruise statuses. Why? If you love something, wouldn’t you try to be loyal? Even with Starbucks, my loyalty gets me free beverages/food every now and then. We choose NCL for many reasons, but mainly the “freestyle” this brand offers. Did I love the cruises on the other lines? Yes, I did!

Just like most of you, I belong to all the cruise pages and read all the Prima reviews. Again, just like the one I am writing, it was a review of someone’s opinion.

Cabin Review

Balcony

Balcony Room was fresh and pleasant decor! Roomy. New balcony chairs were comfy!

Port Reviews

Cozumel

We had been to Cozumel before, so wanted to do something different. We did Tacos and Tequila - an NCL sponsored excursion. We made our own guac, tasted lots of tequila and ate several different tacos. Fun afternoon!

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