Norwegian Sun

Norwegian Sun ship facts:

Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line

Inaugural Cruise Year: 2001, Refurbished in 2016

Maximum Passengers: 1,936

Ports of Call: Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas, Acapulco, Mexico, Cozumel, Mexico, Arica, Chile, Bridgetown, Barbados, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Philipsburg, St. Maarten, Falmouth, Jamaica, Key West, Florida, Cartagena, Columbia, Coquimbo, Chile, George Town, Grand Cayman, St. Johns, Antigua, Nassau, Bahamas, Lima, Peru, St. Lucia, Saint Lucia, Corinto, Nicaragua, Ensenada, Mexico, Manta, Ecuador, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, Panama Canal, Panama, Los Angeles, California (US), Salaverry, Peru, Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, San Antonio, Chile, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, and Santa Marta, Columbia

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About the Norwegian Sun

The Norwegian Sun isn’t currently home ported in Miami, but the ship does have several Miami departures on its schedule.

The Sun sails to the Bahamas, Caribbean, Panama Canal, and South America.

Staterooms on the Norwegian Sun range from affordable inside cabins to spacious suites. Forward and Aft-Facing Penthouse Suites provide accommodations for four around around 500 square feet of living space.

Mini-Suites range from 322 to 387 square feet in size, have private balconies, and sleep up to four guests. If you’re sailing with friends or family, the Mid-Ship Balcony cabins may be a good option, with room for up to five guests.


With 14 dining options and 11 bars and lounges, passengers have many options when it comes to choosing where to eat or enjoy a beverage.

The Four Seasons Main Dining Room, Garden Cafe, Great Outdoors Cafe, Las Ramblas, Tapas Bar & Restaurant, Sports Bar, and Topsiders Bar & Grill provide complimentary dining for passengers.

Specialty restaurant options include the Atrium Cafe (Coffee Bar), Cagney’s Steakhouse, Ginza Sushi, La Cucina Italian Ristorante, Le Bistro for French cuisine, Moderno Churrascaria Brazilian steakhouse, and Teppanyaki Japanese Hibachi restaurant.

When you’re ready for a little relaxation and pampering, the Norwegian Sun’s Mandara Spa & Salon provides a variety of salon treatments and the Oasis Pool is the perfect spot to cool off or soak up some sun.

For evening entertainment, you can enjoy music, dancing, and sports at one of the ship’s bars and lounges, take in a show at the Stardust Lounge, or try your luck in the Sun Casino.


Norwegian Sun Cruises from Miami:


10 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise Aboard the Norwegian Sun
Ports of Call: Bridgetown, Barbados, Philipsburg, St. Maarten, St. Johns, Antigua, St. Lucia, Saint Lucia, and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Sailing Months: Nov 2018

15 Night Panama Canal Cruise to Los Angeles Aboard the Norwegian Sun
Ports of Call: Acapulco, Mexico, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Cartagena, Columbia, Corinto, Nicaragua, Ensenada, Mexico, Los Angeles, California (US), Panama Canal, Panama, Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala, and Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Sailing Months: March 2018

15 Night South American Cruise Aboard the Norwegian Sun
Ports of Call: Arica, Chile, Cartagena, Columbia, Coquimbo, Chile, Lima, Peru, Manta, Ecuador, Panama Canal, Panama, Salaverry, Peru, San Antonio, Chile, and Santa Marta, Columbia
Sailing Months: Dec 2018

4 Night Bahamas Cruise Aboard the Norwegian Sun
Ports of Call: Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas, Key West, Florida, and Nassau, Bahamas
Sailing Months: March 2018

7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise Aboard the Norwegian Sun
Ports of Call: Cozumel, Mexico, Falmouth, Jamaica, George Town, Grand Cayman, and Nassau, Bahamas
Sailing Months: March 2018


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