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Norwegian Spirit Review

4.5 / 5.0
2,127 reviews

Excellent Way to Experience New Zealand and Australia

Review for the South Pacific Cruise on Norwegian Spirit
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kimmathias
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jan 2024
Arriving at Sydney Harbor
Koala at Featherdale Wildlife Center.
Wombat at Featherdale Wildlife Center.
Feeding the Quokka at Featherdale Wildlife Center.
Blue Mountain Sky Tram view looking down.
Classic Sydney photo from Mrs. Macquaries' Chair lookout.
Birds in Sydney! So many different birds!!
Ibis in Sydney park

This is our fifth NCL cruise. We keep coming back because the relaxed experience on the ship and flexible dining suit us.

The itinerary from Auckland, New Zealand to Syndey, Australia was what drew us to this cruise. The ship only had 1,600 passengers (double occupancy is 2,050), so the Garden Cafe and Stardust Theater were rarely busy/filled. Note, though it was school holidays here, because the NCL Spirit doesn't offer children's programs, there were relatively few children on board.

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We had a large window Oceanview. It was well designed. We particularly liked the USB ports and built in reading lights on both dudes of the bed. Lots of storage space for the two of us.

There were 2 hooks in the room and 2 on the bathroom door. We travel with strong magnets to add six more hangers in the room since the walls are magnetized. Highly recommend!

Very comfortable bed.

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