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Norwegian Star, Norwegian Cruise Line


Entered Service:
November 2001
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91,740 GT[2]


Typical Passengers

This large ship closely resembles a floating recreation centre, and attracts a wide demographic of cruisers drawn to the laid-back atmosphere and high-octane activities. This includes young adult couples, solo travellers, and children of all ages. 

Ship Amenities 

Children’s facilities are modern and fun, with a water park, cinema, jungle gym, painting area and centre for computer games. Teens have their own age-appropriate entertainment features, including whirlpool tubs to lounge in as well as their own cinema and even a disco. Adults can also take a whirl down the water slide at the adult swimming areas, and additional facilities for grownup tastes include a stately library with 3,000 book titles to choose from as well as a study room, business centre, and karaoke lounge. Business guests have meeting rooms to keep busy, and all passengers can enjoy the retail shopping area and glittering casino for entertainment. The show lounge takes up two levels, and the indoor atrium is spacious and welcoming with its concierge desks, bars, and lounges. 

Cabin Amenities 

A range of price grades means that there’s something to suit a variety of travel needs. At the top tier of service, you’ll find two of the largest suites at sea. These Garden Villas measure nearly 500 square metres in size, with stylish glass walls and elegantly landscaped rooftop gardens with whirlpool tubs and outdoor dining areas. At the opposite end of the spectrum, interior cabins feature sizeable private bathrooms and a full roster of amenities, including flat-screen televisions, satellite phones and personal safes. Interconnecting rooms are on hand for families or groups of friends as well. 

Dining Options

Norwegian Star operates with a ‘Freestyle Dining’ system, allowing you to choose from 10 restaurants and eateries to dine at your leisure. You’ll need to make reservations, but can choose from main dining rooms Versailles or Aqua as well as specialty choices like Cagney’s Steakhouse, Moderno Churrascaria, or the Ginza Asian Restaurant with its Chinese noodle bar, hot rock Ishiyaki cuisine and sushi bar. Le Bistro serves gourmet nouvelle French cuisine, and La Cucina dishes up the flavours of Italy in a rustic family setting. Visit the Market Café to help yourself to buffet menu items in a series of action stations, while Topsiders Grill serves burgers and hot dogs outdoors. A beer garden, ice cream bar, wine bar and coffee shop round out the extensive dining choices here. 


When the lights go down at Norwegian Star, the energy goes up in its entertainment venues like the Stardust Theatre. Seating over 1,000 guests, it hosts flashy Vegas-styled productions and hot cabaret acts put on by Jean Ann Ryan Productions. You can also go bar hopping in the ship’s multiple lounges, where you’ll be treated to live music and dancing each evening. 

Sports and Wellness

Wellness is put front and centre as part of the modern lifestyle aboard Norwegian Star. Its Barong health spa complex is operated by Mandara Spa, with Thai massage, an indoor lap pool, aromatherapy treatments, and a juice bar to keep hydrated. Treat yourself to a spa day with indulgent treatments, or visit the hair salon for a new look. You can also blow off some steam in the gym, or enjoy a run with a view on the outdoor jogging track. A golf driving range and multiple basketball and volleyball courts provide additional inspiration for active minds and bodies.

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