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15 Night Transatlantic Cruise from Port Canaveral

15 Night Transatlantic Cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Cruising
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Ponta Delgada
  • Day 9
    Cruising
  • Day 10
    Madeira (Funchal)
  • Day 11
    Cruising
  • Day 12
    Seville
  • Day 13
    Malaga
  • Day 14
    Cartagena (Spain)
  • Day 15
    Palma de Mallorca
  • Day 16
    Barcelona

Norwegian Epic

Norwegian Epic - Norwegian Cruise Line

You'll love Norwegian Epic if you want a lot of dining options, are seeking 24/7 entertainment or are cruising solo.

If you're not looking to pay extra for dining, hate lines or advanced reservations and prefer to sail with fewer than 4,000 passengers, then Norwegian Epic is not for you.


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: March 2019
We choose this cruise as our family vacation for the year. We enjoy beach type vacations and have enjoyed cruises in the past. We choose the Epic because it looked like it had a lot to offer our whole family. Unfortunately, we could ... Read More
We choose this cruise as our family vacation for the year. We enjoy beach type vacations and have enjoyed cruises in the past. We choose the Epic because it looked like it had a lot to offer our whole family. Unfortunately, we could not have been more wrong. The ship was severally under staffed. Everything had massive time consuming lines. For example, the boat offered 3 water slides, but they typically only ran 2 at a time because they didn't have enough staff to run them all at the same time. We only saw the rock wall open twice and both times it had huge lines. The climbing tower and trampoline never opened. The 2 small pools were extremely overcrowded. The sprinkler system that was supposed to offer splash pad type of setting was broken. They only had about 15 tubes out for the tube slide, which resulted in another huge line. I watched a teenager pass out waiting for a tube. The cruise medics took more than 30 minutes to respond. This was the 3rd time that I have been on a Norwegian cruise, and the 3rd time that I was disappointingly informed that the sea was too rough to get on the tender boats. It was a beautiful day with very calm waters considering we were on an ocean. This resulted in an overcrowded boat with a insufficient staff and amenities. The staff did not seem too shocked as a few informed me that during the last 5 months, they only made it to the island 3 times. The cruise directer responded by offering a few additional activities, most of which required additional fees. The boat was also under construction and we were not informed that the massive rock wall would be unavailable for our cruise. The drinks seemed to be watered down. I weigh under 140 pounds and did not catch even the slightest buzz after drinking 20 mixed drinks (Miami Vices, BBCs, Mango Melt Downs). I am a lightweight when it comes to drinks and I did not feel any effects from these beverages. Boat departure took 3 hours, seriously 3 hours. We missed our shuttle to the airport and nearly missed flights. Once again the cruise director managed to find a place to let the blame fall; she went with port authorities this time. Although my friends managed to get off much quicker due to dumb luck and had no trouble with port authorities or customs. By the third day much of the boat smelled of septic. The other attractions such as Escape the Big Top and the Circus De Sol la booked very quickly and were nearly impossible to get into. The comedian on board made fun of guests to obtain pity laughs rather than relying on wit and originality. Much of the food on the buffet was cold and repetitive. They encourage hand washing, yet many of their bathroom sinks and soap dispensers would not work. I am very upset that our family wasted our vacation time and money on this horrible experience. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
I will start by saying that our cabin steward BJ was amazing! We had a great view from our AFT balcony stateroom. But overall the communication on the ship was poor. Unless they were trying to sell you something. Here is a list of what we ... Read More
I will start by saying that our cabin steward BJ was amazing! We had a great view from our AFT balcony stateroom. But overall the communication on the ship was poor. Unless they were trying to sell you something. Here is a list of what we did not like. 1. To get a drink in many cases take 45 minutes or more. This was true all over the ship for the entire cruise. 2. Getting to eat dinner could be a 1.5-hour wait in places. When we had reservations it was right on the money time wise. 3. There was NO information given on dis-embarcation to us at all. Our Steward told us to have our bags out before midnight for pick up. We did not see anyone set bags out in our area so we called the operator and she said that we should have had our bags out by 11:00 but that she would have someone come and get our bags. When we got up the next morning we found that our bags were still outside the door. 4. We went down with our bags when we were told we could. When we got off the elevator at 8:35 we were faced with a sea of people and lines everywhere with no rhyme or reason. We join in a line that was formed facing aft. After standing there for around an hour of not moving at all we were told by a staff member that the entire line needed to turn and head the other direction putting everyone who joined the line after us in front of us. As we are waiting for our time to come you could hear them still calling the people who had their bags picked up the night before. Which added to the confusion and mayhem. I was very concerned at several points because tempers were high and people started cutting in line and pushing people out of the way. I really thought that it could turn into a huge brawl. Luckily cooler heads prevailed. When they sent us that direction they sent us down an escalator with our bags and while we're heading down the traffic in front came to a complete stop because there was no more room. This was VERY dangerous! Thankfully a gentleman that was already off of the escalator reached over and stopped the escalator with the emergency stop button. We saw very little staff and what we did see were rushing through as quickly as possible. After everything was said and done we finally got off of the ship after 11:30. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
20-30 minutes for a drink. Never left the ship for their "private island". Called the front desk because there was dry blood on our sheets, we could never get through, it just rang and then a message said everyone was busy, try ... Read More
20-30 minutes for a drink. Never left the ship for their "private island". Called the front desk because there was dry blood on our sheets, we could never get through, it just rang and then a message said everyone was busy, try again later. Eventually had to take sheet from a cart in the hallway. Getting off the ship was horrifying. We needed to be on the 5th floor to get off the ship. We tried to get off the ship early by carrying our own luggage off. Traffic was so backed up that we we're standing in the back of the ship, on the 7th floor stairwell. And they kept calling more groups to get off the ship. I would think just a couple weeks after crushing 2 moorings and damaging the ship, their service would be on point. That was not the case. Drink package would have been worth it if it didn't take 30 minutes to get a drink. Food was good. But I can get good food anywhere. Please do not take a Norwegian cruise line adventure.... Ever.. Read Less
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