The history of the Norway line of ships with Royal Caribbean Cruise line is vast. Starting with the Song of the Norway which was the first ever new build ordered by the cruise line in 1970. It was soon followed by the song of Norway which later became named Sundream. Sundream was eventually increased in size by adding an additional 85 FT midsection and is now part of the SunCruise Fleet. Sundream remains a very attractive boat, with bright decor, artwork and single funnel it is sure to delight all. You will enjoy the wrap around wooden promenade and large deck space while taking in views of the ocean.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Ken in Toronto
55 1 Island Calyso
Being our first cruise we don't know what to expect. This is a combined air flight + cruise package, 7 days. I was pleasantly surprised at how well organized and efficient the whole trip...read more
36 First Cruise Southern Caribbean4 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise and weren't sure what to expect, on arrival in Barbados the ship looked huge, but compared to some of the other ships we saw, the sundream is a...read more
62 1 Southern Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
We traveled as a party of four, and although this was our first cruise, we are all experienced travelers. Because this was listed as a budget cruise, we did not have particularly high...read more
41 2 Southern Caribbean
This ship is not an ultra-luxury cruise ship nor a mega ship but it is clean comfortable and very enjoyable. At 1,200 passengers it is small enough to dock at many small islands and it has...read more
29 2 Western Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
This cruise turned me off of cruising. It was my first and it was a long time before I went on another. Not only was the service horrible, the food was horrible. Slimey eggs, cold...read more