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is there a waterfront walkway on the epic, and also, i will be in rome, does the shore excursion take us to the Borgese gardens

Asked by: IDIOT
Deck 7 features an open area for walking, jogging, or playing deck games such as shuffleboard, but the Epic does not have the same Waterfront area on Deck 8 as the Breakaway class ships do. The Epic does not have outdoor dining for the specialty restaurants, for example. In looking through the descriptions for shore excursions available in Rome, I could not find any that mentioned the Borghese Gallery or Borghese Gardens. Your best bet would be to take one of the "Rome On Your Own" excursions and then either walk or use public transportation in the city to get to the museum. We visited the Borghese three years ago when we spent a few days in Rome between cruises on the Epic and the Spirit. We spent about two or three hours in the museum. We were there in May, before the busy tourist season, and I don't recall having to make a reservation for a specific time nor being limited to just a two hour visit. You probably should check with the museum for current conditions. The museum architecture is beautiful, and the collection of statues are amazing. The museum is located on the grounds of the Villa Borghese Gardens. If you take the "Rome On Your Own" tour, the bus usually will drop you off and pick you up near the Colosseum, about a 45 minute walk from the Borghese.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-03-03

Room 10323

Since this room is in the AFT can you smell the Ships Fumes?
Asked by: Fumes
You should not be able to notice the smell. The Diesel exhaust is located more than 100 feet above and a couple of hundred feet in front of your stateroom's balcony. Any odour should be fully dissipated long before reaching your room.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-05-30

Is there a complimentary sauna and/or steam room?

Asked by: joelcfelipe
Unfortunately, no. There is a fee to use the services of the Mandara Spa.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-06-08

Will there be a formal dining night? We are sailing the Mediterranian in the fall.

Asked by: Cporter20
There will be one or two "Dress Up Or Not" nights on your cruise. Guests are encouraged to dress up, but not required.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-06-06

Are reservations required for Specialty dining?

Asked by: Diner
They are recommended, but it may be possible to get a table without one at some restaurants or at off-hours.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-06-21

I see on deck plans, decks 15,16 it says climbing wall near the pool. I cannot find anything about a climbing wall. I will have a 7 & 10 year old.

Asked by: AmSaBaby
Participants must be at least 6 years of age and weigh over 40 pounds.
Answered by: Yoma
Date published: 2021-06-14

Is NCL Epic cabin 11019 considered a hull balcony?

Asked by: SCorwin
According to the deck plans, that cabin is what NCL calls PrivaSea, which is what I assume you're referring to. The balcony is partially covered by the hull, leaving a window-like open space in the middle. While it restricts your view somewhat, it does provide more privacy than a normal balcony.
Answered by: Bstu19
Date published: 2021-03-07

Is there a hair salon on on the Epic?

Asked by: JudyDock
You'll find the hair salon between the fitness centre and the spa on deck 14.
Answered by: Bstu19
Date published: 2021-03-17

Is there a chapel on the Epic?

Asked by: Priest
The Epic has some meeting rooms on Deck 5 forward on the starboard side which may be reserved for private meetings, but unfortunately there is no space designated as a chapel on this ship.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-05-30

Is the balcony on room 8162 obstructed view?

Asked by: Anonymous
It looks like your room is directly above a life boat, so you won't be able to look straight down to the sea, but otherwise there is no restriction on the view from your balcony.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2020-10-24
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