Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Who has the best entertainment on board?

Well, according to USA TODAY, the best entertainment onboard went to Norwegian Cruise Line on the Epic!!!
This is what the NCL Epic has to offer, “The 4,100-passenger Epic -- Norwegian's largest ship ever -- is the first cruise ship to boast a performance by that icon of the Las Vegas Strip, the Blue Man Group (appearing eight times a sailing in the ship's 685-seat Epic Theatre). Epic also is home to Cirque Dreams & Dinner, a circus-themed extravaganza featuring dazzling aerialists, acrobats and contortionists performing around and above passengers (tickets, $20 to $30 a person). The show takes place in a specially built, tent-shaped theatre billed as the first "big top" at sea.”
How did the voting pan out? “Nearly 10,000 of you voted in our online poll in which we asked which ship you find the most appealing for entertainment, and 50% of you cast your lot with the seven-month-old Epic. Another 42% voted for Royal Caribbean's much-ballyhooed, one-month-old Allure of the Seas, the world's largest cruise ship. The remainder voted for Disney Cruise Line's new Disney Dream.”
Have you been on the NCL Epic?  What did you think of the entertainment onboard?  Is it as good as they make it seem?
Many years ago in New York, I had the opportunity to go and see an up and coming new theatre performance by an un-heard of group, it was in a VERY small theatre and it was brilliant.  This un-heard of group turned out to be the Blue Man Group!!!!  And yes, it was AMAZING, strange, bizarre and very non-conventional.  Like nothing I had ever seen or heard of.  So, if you are onboard the NCL Epic, I strongly recommend attending one of their performances.
Why not visit our Crusie Reviews and Forums to see what other people have to say about NCL and the Epic?

No comments:

Post a Comment