This information was from one of the officials at the terminal who I would imagine received her information from someone from the ship or maybe from her superior who received their information from someone on the ship. Either way, this was from an official and not hear-say from another passenger. Fact is, there was engine failure on top of emergency evac but it appears most want to put all the blame on the emergency evac for being so late. This is simply not the case. I could go into more detail about this and the BS on board at the information desk, but I have no time at present as I'm working and expecting a call from an NCL representative sometime today which will take even more time away from my job (I'm paid based on production) so need to get back to work now.
You know, I don't think another person from this board has responded to this thread or any other thread here that was catching the Spirit spring break week. I think we counted over 100 people catching the spirit on my other cruise board. I appreciate you taking the time to post to this thread and I think one other person posted to this thread, but I just feel like taking the time to post this thread was pointless so think I'll be bowing out here now.
Thanks again for taking the time to post.