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Old 03-08-2007, 04:16 AM
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I am sailing aboard the Spirit in April to the Bahamas. Does anyone know or have a list they can post of the spa servics with Charges so I can plan. I have heard they are very expensive..what does that mean?
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Suzimack:

I have a complete list of services and will post them tonight after I get home from work.

Best deal is the daily pass to the spa for $15.00 per day.
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Old 03-09-2007, 08:02 AM
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The list would be great! Thanks and just what does the daily pass entitle one to??
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Suzimack:

Here's the link to the Mandera Spa offered on NCL ships......enjoy

http://www.mandaraspa.com/files/MS/norwegian.pdf


I am sure this will anwser all of your questions.
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Old 03-09-2007, 06:20 PM
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Suzimack:

The spa charges $15. for a day pass or $90 for the nine day with unlimited
use. Worth every cent! The spa is open from 8am-10pm and if you have early
shore excursions planned you might not make use of the spa every day so it
might be better to buy your pass on a daily basis. If you buy a day pass
you can go as many times as you want in that day or even stay all day.

For 15 dollars you are handed a slice of heaven. You can use the sauna,
steam room, therapy pool, hot tub, warmed tile beds, Japanese plunge pool
and you have a front row view at the ocean.

When you have a day pass no one bugs you. You can ask the staff to show you
around and teach you how to use all the machines. It's really the total best
bargain on the ship and you can go as often as you want during your day or
even stay there all day!
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I looked at the fee schedule-on the Star it's called the Barong Spa not the Mandara. Thsi schedule also didn't have a $59 mini facial and massage. Do you know if that is still available?
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No I do not.

Spa might be called Barong Spa on the Star, but the company that runs the spa service is Mandera Spa. They have contract to supply spa service on all NCL ships.
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Old 03-12-2007, 06:08 PM
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Thank you for the spa list and other info about the passes..it will help in the planning..
 
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