Sail Date: March 2019
My daughter and family booked the cruise first, We wanted to join them and got an excellent price with free gratuities through our travel agency. My grand daughter has severe food allergies and my daughter and all were extremely ... Read More
My daughter and family booked the cruise first, We wanted to join them and got an excellent price with free gratuities through our travel agency. My grand daughter has severe food allergies and my daughter and all were extremely worried about this at first. However we appreciated the concern and compassionate attention we received regarding this very serious condition. They assured us that the ship has a separate kitchen and all of her foods were prepared in a nut and sesame free environment. Since we are Platinum members we especially enjoy the perks we receive with that level.I think NCL does a fantastic job in the entertainment department as well. We typically cruise to relax, and found the Escape a bit crowded compared to the Jade class ships. We missed the lido area toward the back, Even though H2O is there, it is not as convenient to Garden cafe for early morning breakfast which we really enjoy. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
We chose this cruise because we love the itinerary and wanted to try the Norwegian Escape. We have done two cruises on the Dawn and six on the Gem. There were almost twice as many passengers aboard than what we were used to. Things moved ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we love the itinerary and wanted to try the Norwegian Escape. We have done two cruises on the Dawn and six on the Gem. There were almost twice as many passengers aboard than what we were used to. Things moved along at the NYC terminal very quickly to our surprise. It was a bit intimidating doing the muster drill in the atrium due to the crowds and it was quite warm. There was an adjustment period the first day because of the pool and restaurants being on different decks than we were used to. By the next morning we began our love affair with the Escape. Three main complementary dining rooms and a very nice area on deck 17 is call Spice H20 which is great for reading on the loungers and relatively quiet. There is also a huge movie screen that shows films under the stars on a few nights. The food was superior to the other Norwegian ships we've cruised with previously. Every member of the crew was friendly and greeted us with a smile. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
A fun and relaxing cruise. There is so much to do each day that I missed some activities...so much to do, so little time. I liked reading on deck with drink in hand. Never had an issue finding a place to lounge on deck or by the pool. ... Read More
A fun and relaxing cruise. There is so much to do each day that I missed some activities...so much to do, so little time. I liked reading on deck with drink in hand. Never had an issue finding a place to lounge on deck or by the pool. I heard the ship was full but it really didn’t seem that way. I never felt crowded, other than after the safety drill. Never waited for a reservation for restaurants or shows. I ate at all the specialty restaurants. Actually liked lacucina and tappenayke the best! Cagney’s rib steak was fatty with lots of fiber running through it. It was also raw in the middle (I asked for med-rare). The mature D offered to bring me something else and apologized. But I declined and went for the dessert. Bayamo was good, had the lobster, but service was slow. Apps and dessert were excellent! The main dining rooms were also very good! Loved breakfast at taste and savor! I would get a window table have a leisurely breakfast and read my book. Oh! Margaritaville was awesome! Great fish tacos! Traditional key lime pie! Also it was inexpensive! It was getting windy and I must have looked cold. The restaurant manager came over with a soft blue blanket and wrapped it around me. I was so impressed by this!! Excursions: did blue lagoon in Nassau. It was very nice but 5 ships were in port! It was a madhouse getting to the boat!! Very disorganized!! I left the island early to avoid the rush back to the ship. GSC was just wonderful. Lots of room and plenty of lounge chairs. That was very organized! Port Canaveral I didn’t get off the ship. Nothing to do there that interests me and the stay too short to do Disney or universal. They should have 12 hrs at the port. Service was impeccable! A little issue with customer service removing a double charge, but the hotel director corrected it immediately. Everyone is so friendly. My housekeeper was magical! The room was always clean, made up and bed turned down at night, and I never saw her! But left her a nice tip. I had a balcony near the aft elevators...great location! Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
When we first booked our cruise this early in the year i was leary of terrible weather. Much to my suprise we were blessed with perfect temperatures. Overall an awesome cruise. Definitely recommend getting the drink package.From the ... Read More
When we first booked our cruise this early in the year i was leary of terrible weather. Much to my suprise we were blessed with perfect temperatures. Overall an awesome cruise. Definitely recommend getting the drink package.From the Pussers painkillers to all the top shelf alcohol you cant go wrong.The food was delicious with so many choices and no structured dining format it made a more relaxing vacation. The entire cruise staff were warm welcoming and accommodating, especially Garfield from the Savor restaurant I give him Two thumbs up. Garfield has a great outgoing personality so much so that you feel like your talking to a friend when hes around. Another amazing experience was with Boris and SJ and the experienced staff in the art gallery. Our cabin was maintained by Jerome who was awesome very pleasant and attentive to all our concerns. I would recommend NCL to my friends and anyone looking for an amazing cruise Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
We chose NCL to do a family cruise for my daughter high school graduation. This was the family’s first ever cruise and it was fantastic. The staff were very helpful and friendly, the room was bigger than I expected,especially with five ... Read More
We chose NCL to do a family cruise for my daughter high school graduation. This was the family’s first ever cruise and it was fantastic. The staff were very helpful and friendly, the room was bigger than I expected,especially with five people. The whole process of boarding and receiving our luggage was very efficient. There was a tremendous amount of things to do onboard. Plenty of activities for the kids. Food was exclllent with plenty of variety for just the Complementary meals. The specialty dining was also exceptional. A very large selection of different bars and lounges to choose from, what ever you preference is. The shore excursion was very enjoyable, their private island is very beautiful and the staff there is just as friendly. The housekeeping staff was exceptional it seemed that our room was always cleaned and ready for our use. I believe that the NCL provides quality service and value for your money and we will definitely cruise with NCL again Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
The cruise ship was very smoky. The food was ok. The ship layout caused lots of traffic issues and had no where to relax quietly. And the service... While I don’t regret this cruise, I don’t think I’ll ever go on a Norwegian ... Read More
The cruise ship was very smoky. The food was ok. The ship layout caused lots of traffic issues and had no where to relax quietly. And the service... While I don’t regret this cruise, I don’t think I’ll ever go on a Norwegian Cruise again. The service was awful including changes in our stateroom attendant, catching a bartender in a lie (cause he didn’t want to make the drink I asked for), interrupting several meals by management to question me why I didn’t like my service (not after the meal, while I had an entree on my fork), and then when I did complain i was handed a paper to write my greivances and then ignored. I didn’t feel heard at all. But... the hardest pill to swallow, I felt that several crew members went out of their way to ignore that fact that we are a gay couple. From pulling out chairs across from eachother (all the other couples around us were diagonal), asking questions when I asked to put the beds together, and ignoring our anniversary. The entertainment was as expected. Not fantastic but entertaining certainly. The howl at the moon dueling pianos was by far my favorite entertainment. Water slides and ropes course was fun but not open much. We only dined at the complementary restaurants which were good but rarely remarkable and the food was never served hot. Bread was stale the whole week. The private island far exceeded my expectations (though the food was terrible). Super clean and plenty of chairs for us early birds. The rendering process was incredibly frustrating especially as we had to sit in the theatre for over and hour and then several people were allowed to jump the line without the wait. Makes no sense. Nassau was disappointing. We went on the seahorse catamaran and snorkel which was fun. Very cheap snorkels that didn’t work but after we decided to just ditch the equipment we did enjoy our swim in the clear blue water. The town part was super shady. I was offered drugs twice in the first ten minutes on the island, had two separate instances of attempted cons, was totally ripped off by the lunch spot, and the shops were full of scammers and over aggressive salespeople. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
Enjoyed this class cabin with just the three of us last time so booked it again, this time with our high school senior granddaughter. The cruise was for her spring break and part of her graduation present. We arrived to NewYork a couple of ... Read More
Enjoyed this class cabin with just the three of us last time so booked it again, this time with our high school senior granddaughter. The cruise was for her spring break and part of her graduation present. We arrived to NewYork a couple of days early and visited the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the 9/11 memorial and museum, took a horse and carriage ride through Central Park with NYC Horse Carriage Rides, and saw a Broadway Show (Waitress). We stayed pre-cruise at the Holiday Inn Express on 48th St., just a few short blocks from the cruise port. Booked early enough and received a good rate, and added bonus of breakfast each morning and being able to walk to the port for embarkation. Our Statue of Liberty tickets were purchased early and we were able to climb the stairs to the crown. Our time at Ellis Island was sandwiched between the stair climb, and the 9/11 memorial and museum, and would probably have been better if we had more time. We spent three hours, but could have spent much longer at the 9/11 museum if we had a longer stay. Saturday afternoon was spent allowing our granddaughter to shop New York City style, and purchasing tickets for our show on Saturday evening at the TKTS booth (great seats at a great price). It was an easy 2-3 block walk from the hotel to the port. We arrived at the port on Sunday morning around 10:45 and dropped our bags with the porter. We were sent inside the terminal, and not seeing The Haven check-in area we asked where it was located. We were instructed to “go this way” pointing to the regular check-in line. We had to reiterate that we were booked in The Haven. Finally we were shown the appropriate direction to go. Check-in was quick and we barely had time to grab some juice and coffee, and our concierge was there to escort us to The Haven lounge for a briefing. We then could choose to dine in The Haven restaurant, La Cucina, or Margaritaville while awaiting our stateroom being readied. Our cabin was ready a little before 1pm, and by then luggage was already beginning to arrive. Choir of Man show showcased some very good talent. After Midnight, a jazz show was very good. Uptown, a complimentary dinner show was also very good. The dinner served was a “no choice” meal of a nice mixed green salad, tasty beef tenderloin with chimichuri sauce, and over cooked rice. Mexican chocolate cake was the dessert, not worth the calories. Breakfast every day in The Haven was always great. An expansive buffet of ready to eat items while waiting for your cooked order was perfect-fruit, yogurt, meats, pastries and rolls. Fresh squeezed juices (added cost) and French press coffee were available also. Dinners in The Haven were also good with meat and seafood dishes, and even a vegetarian option. The menu remained the same for each meal. The specialty restaurants all were good options. We enjoyed Cagney’s, a great steakhouse, Moderno, a good salad bar and more varieties and amounts of meat than anyone can eat, and Le Bistro, a typical French restaurant. We used our included dining package to visit the specialty restaurants, so the only added cost for us was an added tip. As Haven guests, we were afforded priority embarkation, disembarkation, tendering at Great Stirrup Cay, and a select seating area in the theater. Our concierge, David was excellent. He deftly managed all of our last minute show and dinner reservations and was our escort to all shows and was an ever-present friendly face whenever we visited The Haven lounge. Our butler, Jefferson was awesome. He managed our in-cabin dining and pretty much delivered anything we asked for. Jefferson was responsible for bringing snacks every afternoon, and kept wondering what we would like. We finally had him bring banana cake and chocolate covered strawberries. In addition, he always brought a couple of other “surprise” snacks too. Our shore excursion in Port Canaveral was the Kennedy Space Center. We had taken this tour approximately 35 years ago. We were a little disappointed because the time allowed for this excursion was not nearly long enough for an in-depth educational experience. We had never been to NCL’s private island and as I understand, it is a frequent “miss” due to weather conditions. It is a fairly crowded beach day, with no separate area for Haven Guests. We spent about 2 hours there, then returned to the ship. There was a bbq lunch served on the island that we didn’t try as we had 5pm dinner reservations. The Nassau stop allowed us to take the water taxi to Paradise Island for our newly turned 18 year old’s visit to the casino. For $8 round-trip, we took the 20 minute ride to Paradise Island. Be advised you will have to wait for the water taxi to completely fill before departing both ways,so plan on some additional time when returning to the ship. There is a short approximately 5 block walk to reach the Atlantis casino from the water taxi arrival point. There are some high end specialty shops along the walk and more once you arrive to the Atlantis. Also you will find a Starbucks and Ben and Jerry’s along the walk. Know that all shops along the way are cashless, only accepting credit or debit cards. Disembarkation following our return to New York went smoothly. The Escape was the only ship in port on our return. As Haven guests, we were afforded priority disembarkation and were escorted off the ship by our concierge. The sea of luggage made it look impossible to find our bags, however there were people there asking what color luggage tags and pointing people in the right direction. The crowds were well controlled and passing through customs went very smoothly. From the time our key cards were scanned out, to exiting customs only 15-20 minutes had passed. There was a sea of taxis across the street waiting to ferry passengers. We were approached by an individual offering to take us to the airport for $65. We finally settled on $60, and were quickly delivered to LaGuardia. We would have required two taxis but fit the four of us and all of our luggage comfortably in his SUV, saving us some cash. We enjoyed his banter along our trip to the airport, and saw some different views of New York. We enjoyed this entire trip immensely and would definitely return and recommend it to others. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
Who Traveled: -4 Adults, 8-year-old, and 7-month-old (babies must be at least 6 months old on date of departure and have no more than 2 consecutive days at sea) Getting to NYC: -We took a Yankee Trails Cruise Express Bus from ... Read More
Who Traveled: -4 Adults, 8-year-old, and 7-month-old (babies must be at least 6 months old on date of departure and have no more than 2 consecutive days at sea) Getting to NYC: -We took a Yankee Trails Cruise Express Bus from upstate NY to the city costing $90/person for a round trip. -They took care of all our checked luggage so we didn’t have to deal with that at all when arriving -We arrived around 9:30 am Embarkment: -Once inside the terminal we were queued up waiting to go through security, all employees telling you to dump or dispose of any liquids, but since we were traveling with a baby we were liquid exempt and once we asked an employee about what we should do they took us out of line and escorted us to the front, saving us a long wait in line. -After security we went to check-in, after a short wait there we were done with everything and had to wait until the cruise ship was ready to be boarded. (It probably took us 45 minutes to get through everything including using the bathrooms and finding seats) -I was disappointed in the amount of seating they had while waiting to board the ship. Most seats were taken and I ended up having to stand with my baby until we began boarding around 11:30 am -Once they called our boarding number, we were on the ship within 10 minutes and looking for a place to eat. The Escape Ship: -The ship was clean, no chipped paint, and every where you went there was hand sanitizer and hand washing stations at food areas. -Easy to read maps at every elevator. Maps had categories such as entertainment, dining, etc. and which floor to find it on. -Crew members were always found around the ship cleaning, fixing, and upgrading something. The Cabin: -We were in an adjoining balcony room on deck 9 aft port side. We were above Cagney’s Steakhouse and didn’t have any problems with noise from the restaurant. -We got to our room around 1:30 pm. The room was clean and everything we needed. Our housekeeper, Xiaofang or Grace, was happily willing to help us. -Our room had a drop-down bunk which our 8-year-old loved and they provided us with a pack and play for our baby. -The room was a little tight once the pack and play was in there but we expected it. -We were expecting our balconies to also be adjoining because that’s what we were told over the phone so we were a little disappointed in that but were still able to fit 3 adults in chairs and 2 kids on the floor with fourth adult sitting in the doorway. -Xiaofang was an incredible person. She was always happy to help and kept our room stocked with whatever we needed. She even taught my 8-year-old how to make some towel animals! Dining: -All adults had the drink package, which is definitely worth it even if you just want to try things that you would normally not. We even got virgin drinks such as strawberry daiquiris for our 8-year-old which she loved. -We decided to purchase a 3-meal specialty dining package. You only have to pay for the adults and the kids can choose from the children’s menu, which is the same at every restaurant even complementary ones, but they can order an appetizer and dessert from adult menu. We choice to eat at Teppanyaki (Hibachi), Cagney’s (Steakhouse), and La Cucina (Italian). -Teppanyaki was great! The chef was also a great entertainer and interacted with everyone in the group. The rice, filet mignon, and chicken were definitely our favorite parts of the meal. Both our kids even enjoyed them. The main course didn’t disappoint and you left very full and satisfied. -Cagney’s had incredible food and wait staff. Located on the back of the ship making it super easy for us to get to from our room which was just a short walk down some stairs. The back wall was all windows so you could see the ocean and clouds changing color with the setting sun. From appetizers to dessert everything we had was delicious and I would have gone there every night if we could have. -At La Cucina we had a 4 or 5 course meal including the dessert. The food was authentic Italian food not American/Italian so you won’t be finding spaghetti and meatballs or chicken parm, but the food was all great! And the wait staff helped my mother in law find something that she would enjoy. -Taste and Savory were the same restaurant across the hall from each other. The staff were always so welcoming and knew our kids’ names and even on nights we didn’t have them as waiters they would still come over and say hi and talk to our kids. -The Manhattan Room was a fancier version of taste and savory and had live music. Again, the staff was great and made everything so much easier travelling with 2 kids. -Each dinner meal probably lasted around 2 hours from arriving to leaving so if you have a tight schedule you will probably want to go to the Garden Café (buffet). All restaurants were clean and so were the high chairs. -We made sure at every restaurant we left a comment card with staff names and what they did to make our vacation that much better. Bars: -All bars were clean and staff amazing. -Favorite bars were The District Brewhouse, which had tons of beers on tap and also served mixed drinks and finger foods but its an adult only bar and Sugarcane, which was a Mojito bar. The reason we liked these 2 bars the most was because of the staff. The District and Sugarcane staff were very friendly and informative. Erwin from the Sugarcane bar even did card tricks for our kids as entertainment! Entertainment/activities: -Our 8-year-old loved the water slides and splash pad, arcade, and mini golf. We wanted to do the ropes course but it was either too windy or they were working on it while in port. Also, babies are not allowed in the pools or splash pads unless potty trained, which is kind of disappointing but I understand why. -We didn’t expect Norwegian to have children’s activities but they did! Our oldest loved the Origami lessons and cupcake tutorials and trivia. They also had activities for the 0-3 crowd such as wake up wiggles. -We weren’t able to get into any of the shows because they quickly sold out and we weren’t fast enough. -I do wish they had a kid’s channel on the TV for early morning or right before bed because a lot of the time before bed they would be playing something not appropriate for children. Service: -Service with Norwegian was spectacular! They made traveling with 2 kids so easy. We had a few vacation heroes that we will never forget but they are not the only ones who made us feel special. First Charry, the Hotel Director Secretary, we met her in the begin of our cruise and she made our cruising experience that much better. Charry helped us with tendering and the disembarkation making our lives easier with kids. Deepak, the hotel director, sent us chocolates, cookies, candies, and chocolate covered strawberries almost every night and invited us to private parties to meet the top officers which was great because we were able to thank them in person. Xiaofang, our housekeeper, helped us with everything we needed and my older daughter fell in love with her kindness and taught her how to make towel animals. And then there was Erwin, Bartender from Sugarcane, while we were waiting for our dinner reservation at La Cucina we stopped there and Erwin entertained my oldest with so many card tricks and my daughter wanted to go back many times to visit him again. Ports: Port Canaveral- we didn’t get off because you had to take transportation if you wanted to go anywhere, there isn’t anything within walking distance, which we knew going into it so we were not disappointed and enjoyed having less people on the ship so we were able to do onboard activities. Great Stirrup Cay-we got off with the help of Charry and were one of the first boats to arrive on the island which gave us great options of where to sit. We found a spot close to bar, bathrooms, and it was under trees near water. The island was clean but the water had lots of seaweed towards the beach so you had to wade through that. My older daughter saw different fish and even got to experience tidal pools with minnows and snails. There were tons of waiters walking around taking drink orders (please remember to have dollar bills to tip them). They also served us a lunch buffet which had many options from pizza to burgers to chicken also had fresh fruits and many desserts. Nassau- Nassau was not the greatest place to visit. When getting off the ship you are on the docks where most locals aren’t allowed and once you exit the docks you are in a fenced in area where locals are only allowed if they have a permit. The whole time we were off the ship we were hounded by locals to buy things from them and the whole place just didn’t seem like a nice location. -Besides Great Stirrup Cay I would recommend either staying on the ship or doing shore excursions. Cruising with Kids: -We didn’t set our expectations very high because this was our first time traveling with 2 kids and our first time on a Norwegian cruise but we were very surprised with how welcoming everyone was and how concerned they were with making sure our experience was a great one. -Cruising with a 7-month-old was pretty easy and a front pack is definitely recommended. My daughter refused to sleep in pack and play so that made it a little more challenging. -cruising with an 8-year-old was also easy she loved all the crew members and activities on board. She did wish there was more variety with kids’ menu but it helped that she could order off adult menus because she is more of an adventurous eater. -We would definitely recommend Norwegian to other families even with small children and would definitely cruise with them in the future just based off the friendliness of their staff. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
For starters, I had my worries about this trip. This was my first cruise with Norwegian and I had previously read a lot of poor reviews about Escape. I was truly surprised about how incredible this trip turned out to be for my spring ... Read More
For starters, I had my worries about this trip. This was my first cruise with Norwegian and I had previously read a lot of poor reviews about Escape. I was truly surprised about how incredible this trip turned out to be for my spring break. Checking in was fast and organized, considering the fluctuation of people boarding. I shared a balcony room and it was spacious. We were assigned a cabin steward and he was excellent! The entire cruise staff was FANTASTIC! I am not exaggerating! They were on point every single moment of the trip. Every dining room, restaurant, and bar, the staff was amazing. Very friendly and always helpful. I’m not sure what it was like for other escape cruises, but our entire ship loved “washy washy.” Everytime we entered a dining room, we were given hand sanitizer and the staff would sing “don’t forget washy washy.” It was hysterical and I am grateful that the staff was working hard to ensure everything was clean at all times. I have booked every single show on the ship and they were excellent. The choir of man blew me away!!! As a young adult on spring break, some of the parties were very funny, but I wasn’t expecting anything extravagant. They had activities all day long from karaoke, deal or no deal, pool games... you make it. The food was incredible! Every single dining room, buffet, and restaurant was amazing! My advice, pay for everything ahead of time. I had paid for gratuities and charges I’m advanve, which left me to not worry so much about spending and being charged onboard. Keep in mind, it is cheaper when you pay the gratuities and fees in advance. Great stirrup was beautiful and I did the Atlantis excursion. The weather was good in the Bahamas. It was cold on some nights throughout the ship considering it’s March. Overall, incredible time. I am very pleased with NCL. Most importantly, they did make us all feel like family. I met a lot of people my age (early 20’s) and a lot of people who are a little older. We all enjoyed it together. It was a family friendly trip but it was nice to see that they organized karaoke nights and party nights based on themes and age groups. Out of almost 5,000 people who went on this cruise, there is bound to be a handful who are unhappy with their trip, and that’s okay! But I would like to show my appreciation to NCL and their beautiful and incredible staff. They truly work very hard to give each of us a fun and relaxing vacation. I will definitely continue to be apart of the NCL family. Thank you for making my first cruise incredible. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
We were on the NCL Escape the week of 3/17/19 out of NYC. It was cold and crowded with college spring breakers. Despite this, the crew made this cruise. Never did I see a frown. We were at a CC Meet and Greet on the 1st sea day, and ... Read More
We were on the NCL Escape the week of 3/17/19 out of NYC. It was cold and crowded with college spring breakers. Despite this, the crew made this cruise. Never did I see a frown. We were at a CC Meet and Greet on the 1st sea day, and from that point on crew members would say hi to us by name. Imagine that - one little person out of 5000. They took all of the extra little steps to make us feel special. We went to Port Canaveral. Meh. Didn't care for this port at all, but I really loved our outside shore excursion group. He made the day for us. We were able to get to Great Stirrup Cay. It was so pretty!! Loved this port. Nassau...first time there so we "had" to go to Atlantis. Glad I did, but for that price I'd never go again. I can see why a lot of frequent cruisers stay on ship that day. Choir of Man is a must! Great show. The comedians were hysterical. Howl at the Moon was great. Most of the shows the Cruise Director (Scott) had were in the Atrium. It was way too small of a space. Always packed due to aforementioned cold and copious amounts of spring breakers taking over the pool decks. Food in the MDRs was ok...not great...not bad. The options seemed to be getting less exciting. We didn't care for Manhattan due to the noise. The space was pretty though. We opted more for Savor and Taste. They were so similar, I called them "gold" and "blue" based on the color of the glass decor. Blue tended to be slower, but the staff was friendlier. We ate at two specialty dining places: Moderno and La Cucina. If you can, go for the upgrade. AMAZING food. We were in a Balcony "hump" room 13282. Our cabin steward, Kurt was awesome! Embarkation was extremely smooth. Debarkation was an absolute cluster Read Less
Norwegian Escape Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 5.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.0 0.0
Family 5.0 0.0
Service 3.0 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0

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