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 Norwegian Crown

Norwegian Crown has been retired and is no longer in service

The Norwegian Crown was formerly the Crown Odyssey operated by NCL's sister company, Orient Lines. She was originally launched in 1988 for Royal Cruise Line, this handsome vessel was taken over by Norwegian Cruise Line in 1996. After four years under the NCL flag, she was transferred to sister company Orient Lines in 2000. Constructed as a long-distance cruiser, she is an ideal ship for that company. In 2003, she was transferred back to NCL as the Norwegian Crown

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 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • S. Crookall 48 6 Western Caribbean

    Three of us sailed on the Norwegian Crown from Philadelphia to Bermuda. If you read the reviews from the cruise that embarked the week before, you’ll see they had about 1% of more

  • Dwayne Klimenko 38 2 Bermuda

    This cruise was very disappointing, but I will try to be fair and point out the things that were good. We sailed out of Philadelphia and check in went very smooth. We arrived about more

  • Nikki 26 1 Bermuda

    HORRIBLE! HORRIBLE! DO NOT TAKE THIS CRUISE SHIP. Most of our party had food poisoning, two of us were quarantined for a day, there was fuel smells and about 50 were evacuated off more

  • Martin Goldman 62 30 Eastern Caribbean

    This was the second NCL cruise we have taken in 13 months and on both cruises the ship developed "engine problems" that caused us to skip at least one port. I honestly feel more

  • Darrell W. Stevens 66 12+ Valparaiso, Chile to Miami, FL

    I was very disappointed in NCL and the managing crew of the Crown. From the beginning of our check-in to debarkation the organization seemed to be lacking and the right hand always more

  • Marge Lawrence 65 mor Chile,Cape Horn ,Falkland Is.,Uruguay and Argentina

    From the moment we saw our cabin, on deck 9,we were truly thrilled with this cruise. The cabin was a suite ,to which we had been upgraded. It had a sitting room with seating for 7 or 8, more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Don & Beth McGee Line n/a n/a Canada/New England

    Don & Beth McGee We took part in the Norwegian Cruise Line Seminar at Sea onboard the Norwegian Crown (formally Orient Lines Crown Odyssey). The ships itinerary was 11 days more

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Ship Summary
  • Operator:NCL
  • Capacity (double occupancy):1004
  • Builder:Jos. L. Meyer
  • Full Capacity:1221
  • Inaugurated:1988
  • Space Ratio:34.1 / 28.0
  • Gross Tonnage:34,242gt
  • Crew:470
  • Length:616 ft. / 188 m