Epic time on Norwegian Epic

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Cruise Line:
NCL Cruises
Cruise Ship:
Norwegian Epic
Destination:
Transatlantic

Review Profile

Times cruised before:
10+
Sailed:
October 2014
Age:
56-65
Cabin:
Inside
Occasion:
None

Cruise Elements:

Quality of Food:
Main restaurant and Bustro
Entertainment:
Most enjoyable The Beatles Tribute and Murder Mystery. Nothing unenjoyable
Shore Excursions:
St Johns Beach and Island Tour
Staff:
All excellent especially in the Solo Travellers Bar
Onboard Activities:
Treasure Hunt great
Cabins:
Fabulous cross Atlantic cruise. Staff amazing as usual, lovely cabin - I had one of the single staterooms, we had our own bar and staff arranging dinner companions etc. so really felt welcome. Staff constantly cleaning, so ship was spotless. The entertainment very good, so much choice during the day and each evening (The Beatles tribute band were fantastic). I really enjoyed the shows in the Theatre each evening, the acrobatics show was just incredulous, how they keep balance on a constantly moving vessel is great. A great mixture of bars and music options too. The murder mystery lunch was fun and something different, as was the Treasure Hunt (halfway across the Ocean) great way to meet people. The Ice Bar was fun - though very cold as youd expect, with some lovely Ice Carvings. Food had great choices covering all tastes from Asaian, Steak, burgers and shakes and the French Bistro was fabulous. Destinations were all good, sailed from Barcelona, called in to Madeira - fabulous lunch in an old wine cellar which I found just by wandering around the old town, Tenerife great is always good for shopping and sunshine on the way, then a few Caribbean islands, I loved St Johns - took a trip there from St Martins (always good for jewellery shopping bargains if thats what you are looking for) taking a tour in St. Johns on one of the colourful mini buses - going to a beautiful isolated beach (one of the most beautiful in the world they say), finally ending up in Miami for a few nights before flying back. The seas were calm the whole way, so a great journey on a huge spectacular ship - although it seemed fairly small one day when we were docked next to the Oasis of The Seas - a monster of a ship! Definitely going again soon I hope!!
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