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 Norwegian Star

Originally ordered as the SuperStar Libra by Norwegian Cruise Line's parent company Star Cruises, Norwegian Star is the largest ship ever constructed for NCL. Purpose-built for the company's "Freestyle Cruising" concept, Norwegian Star is based in Hawaii, year-round.

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Family Friendly
Shore Excursions

 Professional Reviews

Tom Ogg, 2008-08-20Alaska Inside Passage

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357users found this review helpful.
Karen Knowlton, 2006-05-04LA to Vancouver

Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Star Cruise Review 3-day repositioning. Los Angeles more

17users found this review helpful.
Nancy Norris, 2004-08-22Alaska

Introduction: Even though I have been on over 30 cruises, I was looking forward to more

183users found this review helpful.
Tom Ogg, 2002-03-24Honolulu to Maui

The Setup I was the group leader and seminar facilitator for a group of more

10users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Devon Berry 31 3 Mexican Riviera

    Just back from this cruise and it far exceeded our expectations. My wife and I went on our honeymoon and choose this cruise b/c, frankly, there was no other ship leaving on the 30th. We more

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • John Kimel 55 15 Mexican Riviera

    With some slight fear and trepidation, my wife and I booked a “freestyle” cruise aboard the Star to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. We are experienced cruisers, but this was more

    5 users found this review helpful.
  • Bob Bush 53 12 Mexico

    This was my 12th cruise, 4th with NCL. This was a vacation for three odd couples: my wife and I are in our early fifties, the second couple are in their late forties (first time cruisers) more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Elizabeth Flynn 42 5 Mexican Riviera

    We traveled to the Mexican Riviera on the Norwegian Star with our two children, ages 6 and 8. The NCL Mexican Riviera cruise appealed to us because of the Kid’s Crew program, the more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Doreen Michals 49 1 Mexican Riviera

    Norwegian Star-Mexican Riviera-February 17, 2005 to February 25, 2005 After giving our next vacation a considerable amount of thought, we decided that we would take our first cruise. more

    5 users found this review helpful.
  • Marilyn Miller Senior Citizen 8 Mexican Riviera

    The other reviews written describing this ship give a very good description of the ship's entertainment and dining venues. My review is a reflection of what my husband and I observed more

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • Chris Dickon 59 8 Mexican Riviera

    We weren’t sure how this cruise would go after reading reviews on this site and others. It was a mixed experience, but more positive than otherwise. The embarkation at Long Beach was more

    4 users found this review helpful.
  • JK Patrick 33 45 Mexican Riviera

    This Review is long, but I will try to cover some areas not covered elsewhere, and I've included some special TIPS. I love cruising, and I am not a travel agent. This was our 45th cruise, more

    12 users found this review helpful.
  • Dean Borys 26 4 Mexican Riviera

    My wife and I sailed on the Norwegian Star and enjoyed every minute of it! Unfortunately, I’ve read more than a few negative reviews about this ship and NCL in general, and I more

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Raymond Bird 60 30+ Mexican Riviera

    My wife and I booked are cruise on the Norwegian Star the first week of November 2004 by phone talking directly to an NCL agent. We booked a category H Cabin outside. When we received more

    2 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Capacity (double occupancy):2200
  • Builder:Jos. L. Meyer
  • Full Capacity:0
  • Inaugurated:2001
  • Space Ratio:41.7 / N/A
  • Gross Tonnage:91,740
  • Crew:1100
  • Length:965 ft. / 294 m