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Norwegian Sky, Norwegian Cruise Line


Entered Service:
August, 1999
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77,104 Gross Tonnage


Typical Passengers

Norwegian Sky appeals to multiple generations with its all-inclusive activities and floating resort features. It’s particularly well-suited to families, who benefit from interconnecting rooms and colourful, organised children’s play areas. 

Ship Amenities 

Recreation onboard Norwegian Sky begins with its outdoor pool area, featuring two swimming pools, four hot tubs, and plenty of sun loungers to make the most of fine Caribbean weather. Indoors, the ship’s focal point is its beautifully designed atrium. This lobby space spreads upwards for eight decks, showcasing a multicoloured rainbow of sails and intriguing works of art. Around this area you’ll find a sizeable shopping arcade, where you can purchase duty-free goodies and everyday sundries. There’s also a host of lounges and bars, including Captain Cook’s which sells fine cognac and international cigars. Visit the Mark Twain library to pick up something new to read, or the Internet centre to catch up with friends and family back home. 

Cabin Amenities 

Interior cabins are small yet feature a good amount of closet space as well as a lounge area with sofa and table. They’re decorated in a brightly coloured Hawaiian style, with floral themes to freshen up the rooms. Outside cabins are larger, with private balconies where you can enjoy the sea air. All accommodation includes standard features like colour televisions, personal safes, climate control, and vanity desks. Norwegian Sky’s suites are ideal for those who prefer additional touches of luxury, with the largest options including hot tubs and teakwood balconies. 

Dining Options

Cruising can work up an appetite, so Norwegian Sky is ready to serve guests with an array of eateries and internationally influenced menus. The ship offers a ‘freestyle dining’ option without assigned seats, so you’re free to come and go as you please. Palace Restaurant and Crossings Restaurant are the main dining rooms, but if you’re in the mood for something different you can enjoy healthy spa dishes at Plantation Club or nouvelle French cuisine at Le Bistro. Cagney’s Restaurant is another popular choice, offering premium steaks and succulent seafood, or there’s Asian fusion food on the menu at Pacific Heights. And buffet lovers won’t be disappointed with a trip to the Garden Café, which offers a wealth of fine dining in individual live cooking stations. 


Whether you’re in the mood to get out on the dancefloor or enjoy a classic performance with a glass of champagne, Norwegian Sky offers a wide variety of entertainment options to suit all tastes. The primary venue for production shows is the Stardust Theatre, which features high-quality musical extravaganzas, dancing shows and cabaret acts with some of the world’s top performers. After dinner, guests can also gather in the various bars and lounges to listen to live music, dance and mingle. 

Sports and Wellness

If your idea of the perfect day at sea involves sunbathing, swimming and getting a massage, Body Waves is the perfect destination on Norwegian Sky. This health and fitness-oriented spa features a full menu of beauty treatments, including soothing massages to relax your muscles and natural therapies to pamper your skin. Sporty types will love the ship’s outdoor recreation areas, including a batting cage, golf driving range, platform tennis, table tennis, and shuffleboard. There’s also a jogging track that winds its way through indoor and outdoor areas, as well as a well-stocked gym as part of the spa complex.

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