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Larry Cowie

Age: 45

Occupation:Manufacturing Management

Number of Cruises: 1

Cruise Line: Norwegian

Ship: Norwegian Majesty

Sailing Date: February 21st, 2004

Itinerary: Southern Caribbian

It was a fun cruise.

Rooms we were told by others we small, but we were comfortable in our "Stateroom", the smallest size in the ship.

Food was very good, Steak, sirloin, not the best I've ever had but good.

Lobster Tails from Nova Scotia not the best from Maine, but very good and all you want.

The Seven Seas was the original dining room, it's big and crowded. Four Seasons is much cozier and better service. We did not try on of the specialty resturants.

They tend to nickel and dime you on the drinks.

Excursions were good to great. We snorkeled and did Stingray City oon Grand Cayman, VERY TOURISTY excursion.

I'd guess that there were 200 from 15 excursion boats on a small sandbar where the Stingrays are, and the locals said it wasn't crowded.

Tulum tour was excellent, we're going back there. Wear your swim trunks the beach is the most beautiful I've ever seen in the world.

FYI your stop in Keywest is short, we didn't book and excursion and were thus last to be allowed off the ship.

If you want to see Key West, book the $21 trolley tour even if you don't get on it. You'll be off the boat 2 hours quicker.

Entertainment was very good, although geared for the older 55 to 65 crowd. Show tunes and dancing. They do have some great contests, We witnessed the Miss Mardi Gras, contest on our trip, very funny.

Overall a good time, not a wild time, mostly couples. Good value.

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