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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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359users 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

12users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Antoinette Cano 33 1 7 day Alaska

    This was our first cruise. My husband and I flipped a coin for the itinerary (he won) and we ended up on an NCL 7 day Alaskan cruise. We both had friends that had been on more

    4 users found this review helpful.
  • Karen Coutts 39 3 Pacific Coastal Repositioning

    Some of our friends thought we were insane, taking two children under 3 on a 7-day cruise from LA to Vancouver on the Norwegian Star, but we were hopeful. Last year we had an more

    4 users found this review helpful.
  • Sean Barry 37 8 Pacific Coastal Repositioning

    My wife and I are avid cruisers and this was our first time with NCL. We were so impressed with all aspects of this cruise that we booked another one on the same ship for next more

    4 users found this review helpful.
  • 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.
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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