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A Ship and Crew Who Were Not ready to Sail

Review for Silver Shadow to Alaska

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TarnishedSilver
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

While the front-facing staff on Silversea are uniformly friendly, it was evident from the start that things were out of sync. the life boat drill that left us sitting for close to an hour because it was started with boarding incomplete. A guide to take us to our life boat station that failed to do so. Menus that were missing pages or for the wrong service. Orders that were unfulfilled or ...
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Sail Date: June 2022


Royal diarrhea

Review for Radiance of the Seas to Alaska

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bjaxelsen
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

3 out of 4 people in our group had food poisoning with diarrhea and vomiting after having eaten the same souffle in the main dining room. This meant that the following days we were very low on energy. This was especially hard for my parents who are in the seventies. Talked to guest services, expecting an excuse and that they might offer some extras onboard. But not to much avail. They did offer ...
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Sail Date: May 2022


Glad to be back and will cruise again

Review for Celebrity Millennium to Alaska

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globaltravel88
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

After two years of no sailing, we book the B2B Alaska cruise to kick start our cruising experience again. Alaska, what beautiful scenery, this was our fourth B2B for Alaska, it is a little earlier in the season then the previous cruises, but this was perfect as there were snow covered mountain tops which provided a completely different photo opportunity and visual experience. Embarkation and ...
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Sail Date: May 2022


Great for viewing scenery.

Review for Radiance of the Seas to Alaska

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Mthorpe1
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

The cruise started in Seward. Stopped in Juneau. Skagway. Icy straight. Haines. Hoonah and Ketchikan ending in Vancouver. Amazing independently booked excursions. But. When I checked in. The bathroom toilet was full of poop. Room has not been cleaned. The room has smelled like sewer the entire trip. The food is pretty bad except the specialty restaurants have been great. It’s mostly very ...
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Sail Date: May 2022

Cabin Type: Ocean View


Alaskan Cruise

Review for Norwegian Jewel to Alaska

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erodrig26
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

This was a bucket list item in that I wanted to visit Alaska (the only state I hadn't been to) and to experience the coast of Alaska. We did the land portion of our trip first and the cruise on the way back so it would be restful and that it was. The only disappointment was that the route is such that you only see minimal amount of the coastline and a lot of water. An up close view of Hubbard ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Cabin Type: Oceanview Porthole Window


Some REALLY GOOD . . . Some REALLY BAD

Review for Norwegian Jewel to Alaska

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Petersonfcu
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

My wife and I cruised on the Jewel from Anchorage to Vancouver. We have now cruised 27 times, mostly on Carnival, Princess, and Norwegian (six times). I occasionally post cruise reviews here, but only when the experience is pretty good or pretty bad. Our recent Alaska cruise on the Jewel qualifies in both categories. So here goes, starting with the good.. Fairly good cruise fare pricing ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Cabin Type: Inside


Bucket list vacation

Review for Norwegian Jewel to Alaska

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CC rider one
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

The cruise was the second part of my Alaska adventure . Something I have always wanted to experience. The ports and excursions were amazing , the scenery breathtaking and we saw bears ! We had a mini suite with a balcony and that was a real treat to be able sit out there and see whales ,seals and the beautiful mountain ranges. Our room steward Shakia (spelled wrong) was charming and very ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony


Alaska in September? Be prepared for liquid sunshine.

Review for Norwegian Jewel to Alaska

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ews25
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

The good: drinks, bar service, cabin service, food service (but not universally food quality) embarkation, disembarkation. Five for free. The mediocre: food everywhere except Cagney's and La Cucina (and the one lunch we had in the main dining room). Especially the oily yellow lab that passes for low-rent velveeta, which is as close to cheese as you get in an omelette or on a burger. Also, ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Cabin Type: Mid-Ship Balcony


Awesome

Review for Norwegian Jewel to Alaska

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GailRopp
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Beautiful ship, well appointed. All bars had awesome staff, especially Magnums and O’Shanahons . Specialty restaurants that we picked had wonderful food. We didn’t buy and shore excursions, (too $$$$) but, did do the port shopping experience. Disappointed in daytime entertainment options when we returned to ship. Appreciated the hand sanitizer stations throughout the ship. Best ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Cabin Type: Oceanview Picture Window


Alaska Southbound 9/16 enjoyable

Review for Norwegian Jewel to Alaska

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libtrek
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

This was our 6th Alaska cruise, 3rd on NCL. We flew to Anchorage on Saturday for the Monday cruise. You do need to plan $100+ to get yourself to the port. We did a taxi from Seward with another couple to save $. The train/bus options are either morning or early afternoon. We booked guaranteed less than a month before the cruise. Got a good price and all 5 options. Room assignment given within a ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Cabin Type: Family Balcony


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