Originally built for Star Cruises as SuperStar Leo, she was renamed and retrofitted and transferred to NCL (Star Cruises, a Malaysian company, owns NCL) to replace the Norwegian Sky in Alaska and the Caribbean. The Norwegian Sky was renamed the Pride of Aloha and sent to cruise in Hawaii after the Pride of America sank at dock while she was under construction in the Lloyd Werft shipyard. Purpose built for the 3/4 day family cruise market in Asia, Superstar Leo was completed converted for the American market and will cruise Alaska in the summer and the Caribbean in the winter.
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Lynda 56 7 Southern Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
NCL Norwegian Spirit Cruise Review Southern Caribbean Lynda Eldridge My husband and I were looking forward to a relaxing Christmas cruise. We had sailed on Royal...read more
Lori 50 3 Western Caribbean49 users found this review helpful.
Overall, I would say that this cruise was just okay. We have only sailed on Princess before, and based on hype and other comparisons, expected NCL to be similar. I had even greater hopes because...read more
travis 44 20 Caribbean41 users found this review helpful.
AMAZING EXPERIENCE! I've sailed on most all other cruiselines including NCL before. I was not that impressed with NCL in the past. However, this cruise was amazing. The ship was spotless and the...read more
Rich 39 2 Mexican Caribbean30 users found this review helpful.
We were traveling with family: six adults, five children ages 9 through 15 and all had an excellent time. This was a very enjoyable cruise overall. Our biggest complaint was the staff. Specifics...read more
Sherry Jones 57 3 western caribbean69 users found this review helpful.
Overall, we had a great time. We had good weather and enjoyed the ports we visited. There were a few things that I think could be improved by NCL, but generally speaking it was a fun, relaxing...read more