Norwegian Sun Information
About Norwegian Sun
Norwegian Sun, a Norwegian Cruise Line Sun-class ship, was built in 2001, yet recently refurbished in 2016. It holds up to 1,936 people and appeals to all ages, from couples looking for a romantic cruise vacation, to young families ready to enjoy a wealth of fun attractions and seniors looking for a relaxing break. There are a variety of cruise itinerary destinations to enjoy when on board the Norwegian Sun, including South America, Panama Canal, Caribbean, and Bahamas & Florida. Opportunities abound for exciting day excursions, such as scuba diving at Grand Bahama Island and discovering Cumbia dancing in Cartagena, Colombia. Guests can choose from a variety of staterooms, including suites, mini-suites, balcony rooms, ocean view rooms and inside rooms. For those seeking pure luxury, a spacious suite can provide the perfect base for a romantic getaway or an entire family. Passengers can expect the finest amenities, including a large private balcony. Mini-suites sleep up to four, and they feature a luxury bath and shower. Balcony rooms boast floor-to-ceiling glass doors for stunning views, while inside rooms are great for those on a budget. There is plenty to keep guests entertained onboard, with 14 dining options, the relaxing Body Waves Spa, 12 lounges and bars, a sparkling swimming pool and hot tubs on the pool deck, and the Sun Club casino. Entertainment is varied too, with a variety of high-energy tribute acts. There is something for everyone to enjoy onboard the fun-loving Norwegian Sun.