Norwegian Epic Cruise
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I had always wanted to go on a cruise, so for my 50th birthday I booked one with friends. My friends have sailed on many cruise lines in the past and when I found the Norwegian Epic Cruise Ship, they said that this was a good cruise line to sail with, so we booked it for Jan 4/2015.
I was amazed at the size of the ship and all it had to offer. The cabins were great, and the staff was amazing. The entertainment was the best such as the (Blue Man Group) and I loved the pool slides and all the entertainment at the poolside while enjoying the sun.
We purchased the unlimited dining and beverage package, and the meals were great. We were able to eat at a different restaurant every night, lots to explore.
The islands on the itinerary were Jamaica, Mexico Cozumel, Grand Cayman. It was great to see so many locations on one vacation.
In Cozumel we did the dolphin excursion and got to swim with the dolphins. That was amazing, and a long lasting memory.
When we were in Grand Cayman, we just wanted to walk the town and check out what they had to offer, and see how they lived.
The cruise ship offered so many activities, you could not be bored unless you wanted to be. There is an aqua park, a bowling alley, epic theatre, a comedy club, an internet cafe, spa, fitness center, a sports complex, an art gallery, a casino and so much more.
After this cruise I was hooked, after I got home, I got my sister on the phone and said that we needed to do a cruise together. So, we did in Feb 2016 and we went on the Norwegian Jade. We would definitely sail on the Norwegian Epic again. Here are a few photos hope you enjoy them.
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