Norwegian Star

This cruise ship has as many features as there are stars in the sky. Okay---while that may be overstating it somewhat, it's not overstating it to say that Norwegian Star cruises will not disappoint anyone who gets onboard. The Norwegian Star cruise ship is 91,000 tons of activities and entertainment, offering several restaurants, plenty of bars and lounges, and a front row seat to a spectacular Norwegian Star cruise review show along the Mexican Riviera, Alaska, and the Pacific Coast.

Norwegian Star Cruise Ship Accommodations

Garden Villa

Norwegian Star - Garden Villa
With 1,120 cabins onboard that range in size and class from the inside stateroom to the unbelievable Garden Villa, those who sail on this ship have the best of comfort, spaciousness, and value. This jaw-dropping, 5,750 sq foot luxury condo has everything and more to make your time spent on Norwegian Star cruises unforgettable.

Garden Villa Bedroom

Norwegian Star - Owner's Suite
The Norwegian Star cruise review Owner's Suites are over 740 sq feet and have amenities such as a mini-bar, private balcony, whirlpool bath, king size bed, and more.

Owner's Suite

Norwegian Star - Penthouse Suite
The Norwegian Star cruise review Penthouse Suite has a living room and a dining area, a private balcony, a separate bedroom with queen-size bed, even a separate children's bedroom. Besides additional amenities, butler service and concierge service are available.

Penthouse Suite

Norwegian Star - Mini-Suite
The Mini-Suite comes complete with a luxury bath, available concierge service, and a roomy balcony; passengers with Norwegian Star can't go wrong with one of these splendid rooms.

Norwegian Star - Oceanview Stateroom w/ Balcony
Therefore, a good option might be the oceanview stateroom with balcony; it has two lower beds, a sitting area, and private balcony.

Balcony Stateroom

Norwegian Star - Inside Stateroom
The inside Norwegian Star cruise ship stateroom has two twin beds and is very comfortable; however, those who want some natural light in their room might feel a little closed in.

Norwegian Star Cruise Ship Activities

To be or not to be---that's the question on Norwegian Star cruise ship. Do you want to be active on your cruise vacation or indulge your desire for rest and relaxation? The choice is yours.

With the Barong Spa and Fitness center, you'll look and feel your best. However, relaxation isn't confined to the spa; the Norwegian Star Oasis Pool is the perfect place to catch up on that book you've been putting off or just soak up the sun. The younger passengers and the young at heart will also love the two windy waterslides that The Grill, Sprinkles, and Topsiders are all located right by the pool, as well.

Besides the two swimming pools, there are six, count 'em, six hot tubs onboard Norwegian Star. There's also a jogging/walking track where you can increase your heart rate and take in some great scenery in the process. Or instead of working to increase your heart rate, work to increase your company's revenue in the modern Conference Facilities. There are three rooms, each of which is themed after a major world city---New York, London, and Rome. The former seats twelve people while the latter two seat 10. Combine the room into one large meeting area that seats 54. Norwegian Star also has a Jacuzzi, a basketball/volleyball court, a video arcade ---well, pretty much nothing that will get in your way of having the vacation you crave.

Norwegian Star Cruise Ship Dining

It's called Norwegian Star Cruises Freestyle Dining, and while many cruise lines have tried to copy it, only Norwegian does it right. It's all about choice-choice in dinner times, choice in restaurants, choice in menu options, and choice is seating arrangements. After all, this is your vacation, so why should you have to spend your time following someone else's schedule!

The main dining room, Norwegian Star cruise ship Versailles Restaurant, features the cuisine of expert chefs, the service of highly trained waiters, and an elegant atmosphere on top of it all. This elegant restaurant is reminiscent of a French chateau. Each culinary dish is created by our outstanding chefs. Seats 384 people.

The Aqua Restaurant features a more contemporary and lighter menu, and is sure to delight. Its d'or and menu are filled with contemporary flavors. Seats 322.

Le Bistro is an upscale French restaurant offering a menu of modern and classic gourmet fare. Seats 82. Or, go casual, with La Trattoria, an Italian restaurant that has great pasta dishes at the most reasonable price imaginable --- $0!

Ginza, the remarkable Japanese Restaurant has all types of sushi and exotic dishes. Seating 114 (that's 228 chopsticks in all), this Thai-Japanese-Chinese restaurant complex features a sushi-bar, teppanyaki room, and sake bar. Dressed in authentic Asian raiment, your servers will present Peking Duck, Sukiyaki, and other Asian specialties.

You're in the Pacific Ocean, so it only makes sense that Norwegian Star offers The SoHo Room, a high-end Pacific Rim restaurant that offers an expert fusion of Californian and Polynesian cuisine. The results are artful appetizers, entrees and desserts. You can also pick your own lobster from the cold-water tank (although, we don't suggest naming him). Seats 102.

The Market Cafe is an indoor buffet with an extraordinary selection of international fare and a special dining area just for kids (Kids' Cafe. Omelets, waffles, fruit, and lots more are featured in the buffet line. Or, try Endless Summer Restaurant, a Tex-Mex Tapas Restaurant & Bar in the central atrium. It has a seating capacity of 136. For great food, 24 hours a day, the Blue Lagoon never disappoints. Grab a burger, chicken sandwich, or wok dish at any time of the day. Listen for the sizzle at Cagney's Steak House, where they'll cook it just how you like it.

If you want to satisfy your sweet tooth, there's one place on Norwegian Star that's bar none: Sprinkles Ice Cream Bar.

And when your stateroom is the only place you feel like being, the round-the-clock room service is only a phone call away.

Norwegian Star Cruise Ship Destinations

Even with all the amazing choices you have onboard-dining, accommodations, entertainment, and activities-your options aren't exhausted; you still have a lot of choices when it comes to itineraries and selecting from the list of Norwegian Star cruises.

Note: The following itineraries may not exactly represent your specific cruise. Simply check on Cruise Network's 'Cruise Search' section or contact a Cruise Specialist if you have any questions.

Norwegian Star Cruise - Alaska
Why not take one of the Norwegian Star cruises to Alaska? Although Norwegian Star Alaska may not be the first destination to come to mind when you think about cruising, it really is one of the most popular and awesome places to see-multicolored glaciers, looming snow-capped mountains, and some of the most amazing wildlife on the planet.

Take a 7-day Alaskan Glacier Bay cruise and experience unique, intriguing, and beautiful sights. Sail roundtrip from Vancouver, BC or Seattle, WA, or from one port city to the other. You'll see Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, and other great ports along the way.

Norwegian Star 7-Day Alaskan Glacier Bay Cruise

Day Port Arrive Depart
Sun. Seattle, Washington - - 4:00pm
Mon. Cruise The Inside Passage - - - -
Tue. Juneau, Alaska 2:00pm 10:00pm
Wed. Skagway, Alaska 7:00am 8:00pm
Thu. Cruise Glacier Bay - - - -
Fri. Prince Rupert, British Columbia 9:00am 4:00pm
Sat. Victoria, British Columbia 6:00pm 12:00am
Sun. Seattle, Washington 7:00am - -

Norwegian Star Cruise - Mexican Riviera
Leave from Los Angeles on an 8-day roundtrip cruise through the Mexican Riviera. Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, and Cabo San Lucas are some of the great ports of call you'll see along the way.

Manzanillo is a quiet resort, perfect for paperbacks and sandcastles. There are many great places to eat here; find one that lots of locals visit, and you're probably on the right track to a great, authentic Mexican meal.

Puerto Vallarta is a wonderful setting for eco-adventures, but it is home to many modern areas full of restaurants, shops, and bars. Surrounded by the Sierra Madres, Puerto Vallarta will seem to you like a hidden jewel that you've discovered.

Mazatlan is one of the best places in the Mexican Riviera to experience the wonder of its Meso-American past. Mayan relics and buildings are easy to find, but not at all easy to forget.

For fairway, fishing, and fiestas, Cabo San Lucas is the place to be. A sleepy village no more, Cabo San Lucas is one of Mexico's most popular destinations.

Norwegian Star 8-Day Mexican Riviera Cruise

Day Port Arrive Depart
Sun. Los Angeles, California - - 6:00pm
Mon. At sea - - - -
Tue. At sea - - - -
Wed. Manzanillo, Mexico 10:00am 6:00pm
Thur. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 7:00am 6:00pm
Fri. Mazatlan, Mexico 8:00am 6:00pm
Sat. Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 7:00am 2:00pm
Sun. At sea - - - -
Mon. Los Angeles, California 9:00am* - -

Norwegian Star Cruise - Pacific Coastal
And for a somewhat shorter Norwegian Star cruise review, the 3-, 4, or 7-day Pacific Coastal cruise will take you from Los Angeles to Vancouver, BC or vice versa. While some of those cruises don't stop at a port of call, others will take you to Victoria, BC; Seattle, WA; and Astoria, OR. You'll have several hours in each port city to explore their natural gifts-of which they all have many-or the downtown areas full of restaurants, galleries, and shops.

Norwegian Star 3-Day Pacific Coastal (from Los Angeles)

Day Port Arrive Depart
Thu. Los Angeles, California - - 6:00pm
Fri. At sea - - - -
Sat. Astoria, Oregon 12:00pm 5:00pm
Sun. Vancouver, British Columbia 8:00am* - -

Norwegian Star 3-Day Pacific Coastal (from Vancouver)

Day Port Arrive Depart
Mon. Vancouver, British Columbia 6:00pm  
Tue. Victoria, British Columbia 7:00am 5:00pm
Wed. At sea - - - -
Thu. San Francisco, California 7:00am*  

Norwegian Star Cruise Ship Entertainment

Have a night on the sea! Get a drink in the Norwegian Star cruise ship Havana Club, the Wine Cellar, or the Red Lion Pub; each has its own distinctive and inviting atmospheres.

Play some darts or billiards at the traditional English pub, the Red Lion. Large screen TVs will ensure that everyone has a great view of the big game. Gatsby's Champagne Bar mixes a taste of sophistication with premium champagne and vodkas; you've got the perfect setting for an evening of intrigue and excitement. Or, the Havana Club's fine hand-rolled cigars and classic d'or are reminiscent of an exclusive club.

Norwegian Star Cruises Bier Garden will serve a nice cold draught and the Carousel Bar and Night Club will have you dancing until the sun is just a distant memory.

The Star Club Casino could make you a big winner; at the very least it will give you a winning smile. Afterwards, toast your winnings with a glass of wine at the Wine Cellar. You can even take a bottle home with you. The Spinnaker Lounge seats 504 people---503 chances for you to make a new friend. Horizontal windows in the floor allow views of the bridge. The stage can also be used as a dance floor. Also, two adjoining rooms (Port Room & Starboard Room) are available for private parties.

There's also Norwegian Star Cruises cinema that shows new releases and a library that is full of classics.

And for bright lights, dancing, and singing, Norwegian Star Cruises Stardust Theater is the place to be---every night's encore worthy material! This 1,037-capacity theater features world-class entertainment; it features a traditional European opera-house, with seats reaching up three decks.

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