Norwegian Epic 7 Night Cruise Departing March 16th 2014Tweet
Sailing for Norwegian, Norwegian Epic was built in 2010. Norwegian Epic has a top sailing speed of 22 kn. Norwegian Epic holds a total of 4100 passengers. is operated by a crew of 1708. Ship Mate users have rated Norwegian Epic a 3.9 out of 5.
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great ports and enjoyed each city. The cruise was full of Spanish people which made it very loud and chaotic at the open buffet. We thought NCL catered to North America, but these were in the minority which made the cruise somehow noisy and unorganized. People would cut in front of you with no respect to others. People were going in the hot tubs with babies and in their under wears, some others were in their clothes. The swimming pools weren't enough for the sheer number of kids, and the water color changed, not sure if it's something to do with the chlorine or the people swimming. Overall, I wouldn't except that experience on Norwegian, but rather on carnival cruises.tbos111, last Sunday at 11:27 AM
This is a big ship that takes on and lets off passengers in three different cities in three different countries over the course of the 7 day cruise. As a result, it feels more like a floating hotel than a cruise experience. It is a nice hotel to be sure, but it just doesn't have the feel of a cruise. The food is good, nothing really spectacular, and we always enjoyed it. The real bright spot on this trip was the entertainment. It was absolutely first class. It would not have been any better in NYC or Vegas. Very impressive. The shore excursions were terribly overpriced. While Naples was readily accessible from the port, Rome and Florence were 1.5 to hours away. Subtracting the going and coming time left very little time to see everything even with a 10 hour day. If you really want to visit these Beautiful cities, I recommend a land based tour.drbilljones, last Saturday at 11:06 PM