Built in 2001 and refurbished in 2004, theNorwegian Sun received another multi-million dollar “makeover” in January of 2011. With that most recent refurbishment, the Sun offers its guests the latest generation of NCL’s “Freestyle Cruising”. The ship now provides 14 different dining options plus 10 lounges, several entertainment venues and a wide array of stateroom accommodations.
Included among the specialty dining options is the Moderno Churrascaria, a Brazilian all-you-can-eat steak and salad restaurant that immediately became a big hit when it was first introduced on the Norwegian Epic. Other specialty restaurants include Le Bistro and Teppanyaki, each with a per person cover charge. Main dining options (no cover charge) include the Four Seasons restaurant, Seven Seas and the ever-popular Garden Café.
Besides the many restaurants, indoor public areas on the Norwegian Sun include a well-equipped fitness center and spa, a library, duty-free shops, the Internet Café, the Sun Club casino and the Stardust show lounge which seats up to 1,066 guests for production shows and other first-rate entertainment. Outdoor public recreational areas include basketball / volleyball courts, pools, hot tubs, jogging track. Special areas are also designated for young children and teens.
Because of her intermediate size (78,309 tons, 848 feet in length and 105 feet in width), the Norwegian Sun can (and does) visit many ports that larger ships cannot navigate. As a result, the itineraries on the Norwegian Sun are among the most diverse in the cruise industry. So, regardless of how many cruises you may have been on, your cruise aboard the Norwegian Sun is likely to be unlike any other.
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