33 Days to Sailing : Norwegian Sun 14-Night Transatlantic Cruise

28 Aug

Pray for me to have good seas then and always!

 

Details:

Prices starting from:

Inside Oceanview Balcony Suite
$399

$29 per night
$495

$35 per night
$810

$58 per night
$1,638

$117 per night

 

Day Port of Call Arrival Departure
Day 1 Copenhagen, Denmark 5:00 pm
Day 2 At Sea
Day 3 At Sea
Day 4 At Sea
Day 5 Lisbon, Portugal 10:00 am 6:00 pm
Day 6 At Sea
Day 7 Funchal, Madeira, Portugal 8:00 am 1:00 pm
Day 8 At Sea
Day 9 At Sea
Day 10 At Sea
Day 11 At Sea
Day 12 At Sea
Day 13 At Sea
Day 14 At Sea
Day 15 Miami, Florida 7:00 am

 

Deck 7

Deck 7

Inside

Inside
Room Number of Deck 7

The Chapel

This small, intimate chapel also functions as a meeting room. (Located on Deck 12; accommodates 25.)

Decks: Deck 12

Norwegian Sun – Ship Description

Norwegian Sun is Norwegian Cruise Line’s realization of the Freestyle Cruise experience. For the passenger, this means the utmost in freedom and flexibility. Imagine a luxury cruise where you can eat when you what, where you want, and in whatever clothing you want.

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Ship Highlights

  • Nine distinct international restaurants and four main dining rooms
  • Two pools, five relaxing whirlpools, special children’s pool
  • Over 15 decks
  • Fitness center with modern exercise equipment and fitness classes
  • Stardust Lounge with Broadway-style shows
  • Computer classes, Internet, and e-mail cafe
  • State-of-the-art spa for serious pampering
  • 12 bars and lounges
  • Jogging track, basketball/volleyball court, and golf-driving net
  • Video arcade

Cruise Critic Review:

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Size of Ship:

78309 tons

Launch Date

2001(refurbished 2004)

Passenger Capacity:

1936 passengers

Crew-to-Passenger Ratio:

1 to 2

Norwegian Sun – Ship Review provided by Cruise Critic

Norwegian Sun 14-Night Transatlantic Cruise Itinerary Details at Travelocity.

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One Response to “33 Days to Sailing : Norwegian Sun 14-Night Transatlantic Cruise”

  1. ejionascu August 29, 2012 at 11:04 am #

    Nice! Send me a postcard!

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