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What kind of electric outlets? Please advise, thank you.

Asked by: Wynn
All ships have 110 V and 220 V A/C. The connector is US prongs for 110 V and European style prongs for the 220 V. There is one outlet in your room next to the dressing table and another one in the bathroom. The outlets are limited and are not located next to your bed. You may want to take an extension cord if you want to connect some device next to your bed.
Answered by: Amit
Date published: 2019-02-21

We are traveling to Italy and Greece on the Spirit in April 2019, Are there any ports that we can walk to the attractions?

On past cruises I have purchased excursions only to find that we port right where all the action is and others are a significant drive away and not practical to see without a planned excursion. We are a family of four and it can get expensive for exursions in every port.
Asked by: RCostagliola
Yes! Almost every port on this itinerary features areas of interest that you can reach without booking a shore excursion. There is a ten day version and an eleven day version of this cruise. The extra day is spent in Rhodes, which I haven't yet visited. There also is stop in Crete, but at a different port than the one I've visited. Looking at the other stops, however, provide lots of opportunities to explore on your own. SANTORINI is a tender port. A boat will take you from the ship to the base of the hill leading to the main town. To get to the top, you can climb the stairs, ride a donkey, or take the cable car. There are plenty of restaurants and shops there. Alternately, there are lots of boatmen at the dock who can give you a ride (for a small price) to the other parts of the island which are even more picturesque than the main town. The ship will dock at Piraeus for ATHENS. You can catch a Hop-on, Hop-off bus at the port that will take you to the Acropolis, the Archeological Museum, the Plaka, and many other places of interest in the city. Just be sure to watch the time and be aware of the HoHo schedule to be back to the ship in time. An internet search for "hoho bus Athens" will provide more details. Athens is a large and ancient city, so a good city map or GPS is recommended. In MYKONOS there will be a low cost shuttle bus to take you from the dock into the town. Lots of shops and restaurants are in easy walking distance. As the ship arrives in VALLETTA, MALTA, the cruise terminal will be on your right. There is a street along the waterfront which leads to your right. Walk a couple of hundred yards on that street (past the rear of your ship) and look for signs leading to an elevator. The town of Valletta is high on a hill, and the elevator is an inexpensive and convenient way to the top. The return ride down is free. Be sure to visit the Saint John's Co-Cathedral and the Grand Master's Palace first, as they close early on most afternoons. The architecture of the city is spectacular, and there are lots of shops and restaurants within a few blocks. There also is a tourist trolley. We took it last time we were there, but I would skip it if I went back. An internet search for "things to do in Valletta" will provide more details. MESSINA is a beautiful city, and the ship docks just two blocks from the town square. Be sure to be at the square for the noon tower bell. Grab a table at one of the outdoor cafes and enjoy the free show. The square also is where you can catch a tourist trolley. It gives a good overview of the city, but be selective about your timing. Most shops close just after noon and do not re-open until just before dinner. Plan accordingly if you want to shop. If you want to explore NAPLES, the HoHo bus is your best bet. It's about five or six blocks from the cruise terminal to the pickup point. Ask someone at the port for directions. If this is your first trip to Naples, though, a more picturesque day can be spent at the Isle of Capri or in Sorrento. The ship will dock adjacent to the ferry terminal, where you can catch a ferry to either one. Plan your trip in advance and buy your return ticket at the same time. You can spend the whole day at either stop, or go from Naples to Capri to Sorrento and then back to Naples. Search for "Naples ferry" for more info. The port of Livorno is several miles from the nearest train or scheduled bus service, so your best bet for PISA or FLORENCE is either a shore excursion or a private car tour. With four in your party, a private tour might be the best way to go. You will get personal guidance, will be able to set your own pace, and a car can go places in Florence where a bus can't, meaning that you won't have to walk so far from a parking area to a museum or other site. Be sure to get your tickets early and confirm your scheduled reservation time if you want to visit the Uffizi Gallery or the Academie del Arte in Florence. They usually are jam-packed. Search for "Florence Italy" for a wealth of information about things to see and do in the city. You also may want to look at my December 2016 review of this itinerary which we took on the NCL Star. Click on Star and Cruise Stories. Bon Voyage!
Answered by: TravelingMan
Date published: 2019-02-28

Will there be wifi available on the spirit ship?

Asked by: jhaberthier
Yes, WiFi is available throughout the ship, but passengers need to purchase internet access to use it. Please see this link for details:
Answered by: TravelingMan
Date published: 2019-06-15

Specialty Dining

We received four specialty dinners with our cruise package; how do we schedule them?
Asked by: Eagleeye
You can make reservations for specialty dining online beginning 120 days prior to your cruise. Login to your "My NCL" account and follow the prompts to make your reservations. You also can schedule specialty dining by calling the NCL Reservations Department, or you can wait until you are on board the ship and make reservations at the restaurants or at the Guest Services desk.
Answered by: TravelingMan
Date published: 2018-09-04

Is there a coin laundromat facility on board?

Asked by: Carie
None of the NCL ships have laundry facilities accessible to passengers, but laundry and dry cleaning services are available at prices comparable to what you might expect to pay at a land-based hotel. There also will be a laundry special near the middle of the cruise when you will be able to get one full bag of clothing laundered for a single low price.
Answered by: TravelingMan
Date published: 2019-01-28

We want the beds to be separated (2 twin beds) instead of together

Asked by: erlinda
You can contact the NCL Reservations Department by phone several weeks before your cruise to make this request. When you arrive on board, if you find the beds are not to your liking, just mention it to your stateroom attendant. He or she can take care of it for you.
Answered by: TravelingMan
Date published: 2019-07-20

Is there a pingpong table on Norweigian Spirit?

Wondering if there is a table and tournament on the boat?
Asked by: PingPongCruiser
Yes, the ping pong table is near the pool on Deck 12.
Answered by: TravelingMan
Date published: 2019-03-24

Where can I smoke cigars onboard the Norwegian Spirit?

Asked by: Cunningham
The smoking lounge is on Deck 12, starboard side forward.
Answered by: TravelingMan
Date published: 2019-02-08


Are hairdryers provided in every room?
Asked by: Fowler
Yes - every room has a hair dryer.
Answered by: bstu19
Date published: 2018-12-30

We want two single beds in our room, not a joined queen bed. (balcony room). Does it come with the 2 beds separated already?

Asked by: BABM
You can specify the way you want the beds arranged. You can contact the NCL Reservations Department in advance of the cruise to make your wishes known. If you do not, the beds will be arranged according to the names on the reservation, with queen beds for couples and two twin beds for non-related traveling companions. If you find that the beds are not to your liking once you are on board, just mention it to your cabin attendant and he or she can rearrange them for you.
Answered by: TravelingMan
Date published: 2019-07-08
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