|Owner:||Norwegian Cruise Line|
|Operator:||Norwegian Cruise Line|
|Port of registry:||Nassau, Bahamas|
|Builder:||Lloyd Werft, Bremerhaven, Germany|
|Status:||In Active Service as of 2017|
|Class and type:||Sun class cruise ship|
|Length:||848 ft (258.47 m)|
|Beam:||123.1 ft (37.52 m)|
|Draft:||26 ft (7.92 m)|
|Speed:||23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph)|
|Capacity:||1,936 passengers (2,400 max)|
Norwegian Sun is a Sun class cruise ship operated by Norwegian Cruise Line. She entered service in 2001 in a dual christening ceremony at the Port of Miami with Norwegian Star. She was constructed at the Lloyd Werft shipyard in Bremerhaven, Germany. Beginning October 2010, she was homeported at Port Canaveral, later Miami, Florida.
Norwegian Sun is the third and final ship of this design. She was preceded by Norwegian Sky (entered service in 1999, relaunched as Pride of Aloha in 2004); and Costa Victoria of Costa Cruises (entered service in 1996). NCL defines both Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Sky as Sun class ships.
Ports of call
This article needs to be updated.(July 2017)
Norwegian Sun is currently sailing from Vancouver, Canada on seven day voyages to Seward, Alaska. On October 5, 2017, she will host a 15 night, sixteen day voyage from San Francisco to Miami. She will then return to Los Angeles on a fourteen night, fifteen day voyage, then set sail again for Miami shortly after arriving in Los Angeles. She will then serve the month of November sailing round-trip voyages in the Caribbean from Miami. Her 2017 calendar ends with two-week voyages along the Western South American coast to Valparaiso, Chile.
- "Canaveral Chosen as Norwegian Sun's New Homeport". Canaveral Port Authority. 10 February 2009. Retrieved 15 May 2013.
- "Building Boom Ushers in New Class System". Cruise Travel. January 1, 2001. Retrieved 2007-10-06.
- Staff, CIN (2018-02-14). "Norwegian Sun to Offer Cuba Cruises from PortMiami". Retrieved 2018-02-15.
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