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   Cruise Travel - Reader Reviews

Welcome to Your Favorites, where you have the opportunity to share your travel experiences with fellow Internet Travelers around the world.

Norwegian Cruise Line

MS Seaward

Your Rating:Four Stars
Reviewed by: : Martin & Juanita Felix
# previous cruises: 1
Date of Trip: September 10, 1995
Itinerary: Caribbean

Yes, Definitely. Even though we were in the middle of a hurricane. They were very professional on maintaining entertainment and everyone's spirits. The food was excellent. Shows and itinerary were well planned. Best recommendation for everyone "have a late seating". You will enjoy more time on the ports.

Public Areas
The pool was a very comfortable place to be. The casino is not big, but big enough to enjoy yourself. Walking on the deck at night, is very beautiful and romantic.

Food and Service
TOO MUCH. The food and service is great. If you love food, you'll love the cruise. They feed you breakfast, lunch, dinner & midnight buffet, and if that's not enough there is a restaurant next to the swimming pool with room service 24 hrs a day. You will not go hungry. There is a variety of different plates to choose from the menu. The menu is different every night for dinner.

Cabins are very small but cozy. But with so much to do on the ship and on the islands you port at. You only use the room to sleep.

The entertainment was great. Different shows every night. From comedians to shows like grease. Shows are well planned and not boring.

We visited the following ports of call. Barbados, Martinique, Tortolla, but we missed St. Thomas because of the hurricane. The islands are very beautiful. If you plan to go sightseeing, team up with another couple and split expenses on a taxi.

Who Goes
We still keep in contact with our friends that we met on our cruise. Wally & Lynn are from Chicago and we're from L.A. and keeping in touch is a very good feeling, that we can share together about our cruise on the ship.

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