Norwegian Viva Review

Expensive and depressing

Review for the Bahamas Cruise on Norwegian Viva
Christian C
6-10 Cruises • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Dec 2023
Cabin: Balcony

Don’t pay around $5,000 for tickets on this ship if you’re looking for an all inclusive cruise experience. Everything was extra, from the go karts they have on top of the ship, putt putt and even the dart boards needed EXTRA PAYMENT and reservations the day before. Clear sign Norwegian is taking whatever they can get after their poor Covid experience. Food was 24/7 but that’s if you knew what small restaurant was open at the time. and staff was definitely overworked and overwhelmed causing the experience to be even more distasteful. The lack of organization was mind blowing. At the end of the day we all pay to have an all inclusive trip or relaxation and peace but felt restricted the entire time. Bring a lot of snacks on the boat because they do not have easy 24/7 access to food. I have been on many cruise ships and cruise lines and always had nothing but great things to say. The ship is beautiful and it sails smoothly but it’s a money pit

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