Asia Africa and Middle East: Buyer's Choice Taipei, Osaka, Okinawa and Nagoya to Tokyo Cruise

Norwegian Cruise Line

Cruise from Hong Kong to Tokyo on Norwegian Sun on an incredible 12-day vacation. From Keelung, travel to Yeliu Park to explore historic sites and the stunning natural beauty of the rock formations. Encompassing an impressive castle, citadels, imposing stone walls, motes and a sprawling garden boasting hundreds of cherry trees, Osaka Castle Park is a major landmark and a must-see during your overnight stay in Osaka. Whether you're seeking historic sites, modern marvels or delicious local cuisine, the cosmopolitan city of Tokyo has something for everyone to enjoy.

Included Extras

  • Photo Package (50 photos + USB digital files)**

  • Phone Call Package (max of 2 hours)**

  • Bingo Package (ages 18 and older)**

  • $50 Spa credit for two (age 18 and older, select services, port days only)**

  • 100-Minute Internet Package (one login per stateroom, includes activation fee)**

  • $25 Casino Play (per person, ages 18 and older)**

  • One bottle of wine and chocolate-covered strawberries**

Executive Member Benefit

  • Executive Members earn an annual 2% Reward on Costco Travel purchases

Costco Shop Card

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Sailing Itinerary

Note: Cruise itineraries are subject to change. Please verify ports and times directly with the cruise line.

Day 1Port of Call Hong KongDeparture 6:35pm

Overview

Hong Kong is a place of contrasts. Sleek, glassy skyscrapers shine above Old World markets where chicken feet and dried squid are displayed for sale. Archaic wooden boats bob past sleek cruise liners. Subway stations and expressway interchanges dot a landscape cluttered with Rolls Royces and rickshaws. Hong Kong Island was ceded to Britain in 1842 when those serving the British crown attacked the island. Though it was deeded back to China in 1997, Hong Kong enjoys a high degree of autonomy, especially in its economy and municipal government. Hong Kong is one of the most unique Chinese cities in the world. The 417-square mile island off the coast of China offers visitors a slice of authentic Chinese culture with all the amenities of home. A modern metropolis teeming with eastern and western influences, Hong Kong is the world's third-largest financial center, the so-called “Wall Street of Asia,” and a shopping gold mine. Shopping? Yes indeed. Hong Kong is a duty-free port and the world's leading exporter of toys, garments, watches, and electronics. As a result, the vast majority of the 10 million annual visitors come with an empty suitcase that they fill up after visiting the malls, street bazaars (Stanley Market is world famous), textile and tailor shops, and jade and electronic stores. Those willing to look beyond the bargain-basement prices will find that Hong Kong is more than the world’s largest department store – it’s a cultural Mecca with wining and dining, museums, and historic attractions. Be sure to ride the world famous Star Ferry across the harbor to Hong Kong Island, admire the mansions on Repulse Bay, drop in to see the temples on Cat Street, visit the fishing boats and villages in Aberdeen, and take a tram ride up to Victoria Peak (the island’s highest peak sitting 1,308-feet above the city) for a stunning panoramic view. If you have time to go further, travel to Macau, a former Portuguese colony with a casino, and the New Territories of China, a Hong Kong bedroom community that “sleeps” near China’s border.

Day 2 Cruising
Day 3Port of Call Keelung Arrival 7:00amDeparture 5:00pm

Overview

Keelung, officially known as Keelung City, is a major port city situated in the northeastern part of Taiwan. It borders New Taipei with which it forms the Taipei–Keelung metropolitan area, along with Taipei itself. Nicknamed the Rainy Port for its frequent rain and maritime role, the city is Taiwan's second largest seaport. Keelung City is located in the northern part of Taiwan Island. It occupies an area of 132.76 km2 and is separated from its neighboring county by mountains in the east, west and south. The northern part of the city faces the ocean and is a great deep water harbor since early times. Keelung has a humid subtropical climate with a yearly rainfall average upwards of 3,700 millimetres. It has long been noted as one of the wettest and gloomiest cities in the world; the effect is related to the Kuroshio Current.Although it is one of the coolest cities of Taiwan, winters are still short and warm, whilst summers are long, relatively dry and hot, temperatures can peek above 26°C during a warm winter day, while it can dip below 27 °C during a rainy summer day, much like the rest of northern Taiwan. However its location on northern mountain slopes means that due to orographic lift, rainfall is heavier during fall and winter, the latter during which a northeasterly flow prevails. During summer, southwesterly winds dominate and thus there is a slight rain shadow effect. Fog is most serious during winter and spring, when relative humidity levels are also highest.

Day 4Port of Call Naha/Okinawa Arrival 12:00pmDeparture 8:00pm

Overview

Naha is city and capital of Okinawa ken (prefecture), Japan. It lies on southwestern Okinawa Island, which is one of the Ryukyu Islands. Long the chief city of the archipelago, it contains the Sogen Temple, burial place of the rulers of the early Okinawa kingdom. The Shurei Gate is a fine example of Ryukyuan architecture. Naha was the seat of the post-World War II U.S. military and Okinawan governments and became the prefecture capital in 1972. Because of its deepwater port, Naha is the commercial centre of the Ryukyu Islands chain. Traditional handicraft industries produce porcelain, lacquer ware, dyed cloth, and the potent awamori liquor. The city is also the seat of the University of the Ryukyus (1950).

Day 5Port of Call Miyakojima Arrival 7:00amDeparture 4:00pm

Overview

Miyakojima is a city district encompassing the Miyako Islands in Japan’s Okinawa Prefecture. Miyako-jima Island is known for its beach resorts and coral reefs. In its southwest is Yonaha-maehama beach, with its warm, deep waters and abundant sea life. To the north, Sunayama beach has arched rock formations and a coral reef. In the south, the themed Ueno German Culture Village has a replica castle and amusement rides.

Day 6 Cruising
Day 7Port of Call Kochi Arrival 8:00amDeparture 5:00pm

Overview

Kochi Prefecture, on Japan’s Shikoku Island, is a largely rural area known for its mountains, rivers and Pacific beaches. Capital Kochi City has one of Japan’s best preserved feudal castles, Kochi-jo, established in the 1600s. The city's centuries-old Sunday market has hundreds of vendors selling food and other wares. Summer's Yosakoi Matsuri is a festival in which colorfully attired dance teams fill the streets.

Day 8Port of Call Himeji Arrival 7:00amDeparture 4:00pm

Overview

Himeji City is located in the center of the Harima Plain of southwestern Hyogo Prefecture. Surrounded by mountains and the sea, it has developed from long ago as a key transportation center in western Japan. It has a rich history and culture as a castle town, and is gifted with natural blessings and a mild climate. The city has developed in its own charming and characteristic way. Since the city was organized in 1889 it has expanded in area as well as in population. Over 470,000 citizens live in Himeji now, along with more than 10,000 foreign residents. Since that time, the city has expanded to become the center of Harima economics, culture, and education, forming a huge economic and cultural sphere. Further dramatic expansion is anticipated, as the city was officially named one of the first core cities in April 1996. Himeji City preserves much of interest in historical sites and traditional cultural, including the world heritage site, Himeji Castle.

Day 9Port of Call Osaka Arrival 6:00am

Overview

As a center of river and sea transportation called the City of Water, Osaka has engaged in active exchanges not only with other parts of Japan, but also with the Chinese Continent and the Korean Peninsula. Naniwazu.In the mid-7th century, an area in Osaka was designated capital of Japan; the area prospered as Japan's oldest city. Even after the capital was moved first to Nara, then to Kyoto, Osaka, as a key point in foreign trade, continued to play an important role in the development of Japan and the international exchange of culture.In the Middle Ages, Osaka developed as a temple town where Ishiyama Honganji Temple was located; during this period, Osaka served as a key point in the itinerary of pilgrims.In early modern times, the City grew into Japan's center of commerce and distribution. During this period, Osaka came to be characterized by enterprising and free-thinking merchants, and art and culture flourished in the City, where bunraku, kabuki and other traditional arts developed.As indicated above, Osaka is a city with precious historical and cultural heritages.As Osaka develops into an international tourist city, loved by people from around the world, it is hoped that many people will gather here for recreation, and become regular visitors to the City. Osaka welcomes tourists as a city with advanced technology, refined food culture, and shops with goods from around the world. Come visit Osaka for its many charms, and enjoy a holiday in the City that is just for you.

Day 10Port of Call OsakaDeparture 6:00pm

Overview

As a center of river and sea transportation called the City of Water, Osaka has engaged in active exchanges not only with other parts of Japan, but also with the Chinese Continent and the Korean Peninsula. Naniwazu.In the mid-7th century, an area in Osaka was designated capital of Japan; the area prospered as Japan's oldest city. Even after the capital was moved first to Nara, then to Kyoto, Osaka, as a key point in foreign trade, continued to play an important role in the development of Japan and the international exchange of culture.In the Middle Ages, Osaka developed as a temple town where Ishiyama Honganji Temple was located; during this period, Osaka served as a key point in the itinerary of pilgrims.In early modern times, the City grew into Japan's center of commerce and distribution. During this period, Osaka came to be characterized by enterprising and free-thinking merchants, and art and culture flourished in the City, where bunraku, kabuki and other traditional arts developed.As indicated above, Osaka is a city with precious historical and cultural heritages.As Osaka develops into an international tourist city, loved by people from around the world, it is hoped that many people will gather here for recreation, and become regular visitors to the City. Osaka welcomes tourists as a city with advanced technology, refined food culture, and shops with goods from around the world. Come visit Osaka for its many charms, and enjoy a holiday in the City that is just for you.

Day 11Port of Call Nagoya Arrival 9:00amDeparture 5:00pm

Overview

Situated in the Chubu region in the middle of Japan, Nagoya has long been a junction between eastern and western Japan. Today, it is a dynamic and growing metropolitan area possessing an increasingly cosmopolitan outlook. With a population of just over 2 million set in the city's 326 square kilometers. Nagoya possesses an easy pace of life and broad avenues. It is distinctive from other major metropolitan areas in Japan, and is one of the country's most livable and affluent areas. Its central location offers convenient access to destinations around Japan, and its modern and efficient transportation network is easy to navigate. While the city is regarded today as a center of business and industry, in fact there are several spots in and around Nagoya that offer a unique opportunity to experience all that Japan has to offer. Close to both the mountains and the sea, there are a wealth of scenic attractions for outdoor enthusiasts. Historically important, virtually every period of Japan's colorful history over the last 2000 years is reflected, in the form of relics, ruins and sites, within or around the city. The long tradition of artisan excellence has resulted in a number of distinctive craft centers. It has also spawned the manufacturing tradition that has made the region famous today. Culturally, a variety of festivals and food evince the passing of the seasons, traditional culture and historical events. There is a wide selection of excellent local cuisine to sample, but Nagoya also offers visitors a number of restaurants and bars that cater to the tastes of a variety of nationalities. Nagoya has an incredible selection of dining and night life entertainment from which to choose.

Day 12Port of Call Tokyo Arrival 8:00am

Overview

Describing Tokyo to someone who has never been here is a formidable task. After all, how do you describe a city that--as one of my friends visiting Tokyo for the first time put it--seems like it's part of another planet? To be sure, Tokyo is very different from Western capitals, but what really sets it apart is its people. Approximately 12 million people reside within Tokyo's 1,200,000,000 sq. km (800 sq. miles), and almost one-fourth of Japan's total population lives within commuting distance of the city. This translates into a crush of humanity that packs the subways, crowds the sidewalks, and fills the department stores beyond belief. In some parts of the city, the streets are as crowded at 3am as they are at 3pm. With its high-energy, visual overload, Tokyo makes even New York seem like a sleepy, laid-back town. And yet, despite its limited space for harmonious living, Tokyo remains one of the safest cities in the world, with remarkably little crime or violence. No matter how lost I may become, I know that people will go out of their way to help me. Hardworking, honest, and helpful to strangers, the Japanese are their country's greatest asset. With Tokyo so densely packed, it comes as no shock to learn that land here is more valuable than gold and that buildings are built practically on top of each other, shaped like pieces in a jigsaw puzzle to fit the existing plots of real estate. More than perhaps any other city in the world, Japan's capital is a concrete jungle, with a few parks but not many trees to break the monotony, and it stretches on and on as far as the eye can see. Fires, earthquakes, wars, the zeal for modernization, and the price of land have taken their toll on the city, eradicating almost all evidence of previous centuries. It's as though Tokyo was born only this morning, with all the messy aftermath of a city conceived without plan and interested only in the future. Thus, first-time visitors to Tokyo are almost invariably disappointed. They come expecting an exotic Asian city, but instead find a megalopolis Westernized to the point of drabness. Used to the grand edifices and monuments of Western cities, they look in vain for Tokyo's own monuments to its past--ancient temples, exquisite gardens, imperial palaces, or whatever else they've imagined. Instead they find what may be, quite arguably, one of the ugliest cities in the world. So, while Tokyo is one of my favorite cities, it's an appreciation that came only with time. When I first moved here, I was tormented by the unsettling feeling that I was somehow missing out on the "real" Tokyo. Even though I was living and working here, Tokyo seemed beyond my grasp, elusive, vague, and undefined. I felt that the meaning of the city was out there somewhere, if only I knew where to look. With time, I finally learned that I needn't look farther than my own front window. Tokyo has no center, but rather is made up of a series of small towns and neighborhoods clustered together, each with its own history, flavor, and atmosphere. There are narrow residential streets, ma-and-pa shops, fruit stands, and stores. There's the neighborhood tofu factory, the lunch-box stand, grocery shop, and the tiny police station, where the cops know the residents by name and patrol the area by bicycle. There are carefully pruned bonsai trees gracing sidewalks, women in kimono bowing and shuffling down streets, and wooden homes on impossibly narrow streets. Walk in the old downtown neighborhoods of Asakusa or Yanaka and you're worlds apart from the trendy quarters of Harajuku or the high-rises of Shinjuku. Neighborhoods like these make Tokyo lovable and livable. What's more, once visitors get to know Tokyo better, they learn that you can't judge Tokyo by what it looks like on the outside, for this is a city of interiors. Even those concrete monsters may house interiors that are fascinating in design and innovation. In the basement of that drab building could well be a restaurant with wooden beams, mud walls, and thatched ceiling, imported intact from a farmhouse in the Japan Alps; on its roof could be a small Shinto shrine, while the top floor could house a high-tech bar or a sophisticated French restaurant. And beneath Tokyo's concrete shell is a thriving cultural life left very much intact. In fact, if you're interested in Japan's performing arts as well as such diverse activities as the tea ceremony or sumo, Tokyo is your best bet for offering the most at any one time. Tokyo is also rich in museums and claims the largest repository of Japanese art in the world. It also gets my vote as the pop-art capital of the world; if you're into kitsch, you'll be in high heaven. I can't imagine being bored here, even for just a minute.

Day 13Port of Call Tokyo Arrival 8:00am

Overview

Describing Tokyo to someone who has never been here is a formidable task. After all, how do you describe a city that--as one of my friends visiting Tokyo for the first time put it--seems like it's part of another planet? To be sure, Tokyo is very different from Western capitals, but what really sets it apart is its people. Approximately 12 million people reside within Tokyo's 1,200,000,000 sq. km (800 sq. miles), and almost one-fourth of Japan's total population lives within commuting distance of the city. This translates into a crush of humanity that packs the subways, crowds the sidewalks, and fills the department stores beyond belief. In some parts of the city, the streets are as crowded at 3am as they are at 3pm. With its high-energy, visual overload, Tokyo makes even New York seem like a sleepy, laid-back town. And yet, despite its limited space for harmonious living, Tokyo remains one of the safest cities in the world, with remarkably little crime or violence. No matter how lost I may become, I know that people will go out of their way to help me. Hardworking, honest, and helpful to strangers, the Japanese are their country's greatest asset. With Tokyo so densely packed, it comes as no shock to learn that land here is more valuable than gold and that buildings are built practically on top of each other, shaped like pieces in a jigsaw puzzle to fit the existing plots of real estate. More than perhaps any other city in the world, Japan's capital is a concrete jungle, with a few parks but not many trees to break the monotony, and it stretches on and on as far as the eye can see. Fires, earthquakes, wars, the zeal for modernization, and the price of land have taken their toll on the city, eradicating almost all evidence of previous centuries. It's as though Tokyo was born only this morning, with all the messy aftermath of a city conceived without plan and interested only in the future. Thus, first-time visitors to Tokyo are almost invariably disappointed. They come expecting an exotic Asian city, but instead find a megalopolis Westernized to the point of drabness. Used to the grand edifices and monuments of Western cities, they look in vain for Tokyo's own monuments to its past--ancient temples, exquisite gardens, imperial palaces, or whatever else they've imagined. Instead they find what may be, quite arguably, one of the ugliest cities in the world. So, while Tokyo is one of my favorite cities, it's an appreciation that came only with time. When I first moved here, I was tormented by the unsettling feeling that I was somehow missing out on the "real" Tokyo. Even though I was living and working here, Tokyo seemed beyond my grasp, elusive, vague, and undefined. I felt that the meaning of the city was out there somewhere, if only I knew where to look. With time, I finally learned that I needn't look farther than my own front window. Tokyo has no center, but rather is made up of a series of small towns and neighborhoods clustered together, each with its own history, flavor, and atmosphere. There are narrow residential streets, ma-and-pa shops, fruit stands, and stores. There's the neighborhood tofu factory, the lunch-box stand, grocery shop, and the tiny police station, where the cops know the residents by name and patrol the area by bicycle. There are carefully pruned bonsai trees gracing sidewalks, women in kimono bowing and shuffling down streets, and wooden homes on impossibly narrow streets. Walk in the old downtown neighborhoods of Asakusa or Yanaka and you're worlds apart from the trendy quarters of Harajuku or the high-rises of Shinjuku. Neighborhoods like these make Tokyo lovable and livable. What's more, once visitors get to know Tokyo better, they learn that you can't judge Tokyo by what it looks like on the outside, for this is a city of interiors. Even those concrete monsters may house interiors that are fascinating in design and innovation. In the basement of that drab building could well be a restaurant with wooden beams, mud walls, and thatched ceiling, imported intact from a farmhouse in the Japan Alps; on its roof could be a small Shinto shrine, while the top floor could house a high-tech bar or a sophisticated French restaurant. And beneath Tokyo's concrete shell is a thriving cultural life left very much intact. In fact, if you're interested in Japan's performing arts as well as such diverse activities as the tea ceremony or sumo, Tokyo is your best bet for offering the most at any one time. Tokyo is also rich in museums and claims the largest repository of Japanese art in the world. It also gets my vote as the pop-art capital of the world; if you're into kitsch, you'll be in high heaven. I can't imagine being bored here, even for just a minute.

Onboard the Norwegian Sun

Costco Member Reviews

4.2 of 5 stars4.2/5 (876 Reviews)

Ship Rating

3.5/5

Norwegian Sun was built specifically for Freestyle Cruising, so whether you want to rejuvenate at the Body Waves Spa, hang with friends at the Sun Club Casino or simply do nothing at all - they've got you covered.

Onboard Activities

Activities & Services (included in cruise)

Fitness Center

  • Card Room
  • Casino
  • Disco/Nightclub
  • Game Arcade
  • Movies
  • Theater/Show Lounge
  • Fitness Center
  • Pool - Children's
  • Pool - Outdoor
  • Sports Facilities
  • Walking/Jogging Track
  • Golf Driving Net
  • Hot Tub
  • Art Gallery
  • Bars/Lounges
  • Internet Center
  • Library
  • Children's Indoor Play Area
  • Organized Age Specific Activities
  • Teen Center or Disco
  • Teen Programs
  • Business Center
  • Concierge Desk
  • Elevators

Activities & Services (available for an extra fee)

Full-Service Spa

  • Beauty Salon
  • Fitness Classes
  • Full-Service Spa
  • Spa Services/Massage
  • Sauna/Steam Room
  • Babysitting
  • Dry Cleaning/ Laundry Service
  • Duty-Free Shops/Boutiques
  • Infirmary/Medical Center
  • Safe Deposit Boxes

Costco Travel makes every effort to verify the accuracy of all information provided. Additional fees for amenities or services may be charged by the cruise line. Amenities or services may be discontinued or revised by the cruise line without notice. Staterooms designated as wheelchair-accessible do not necessarily meet ADA requirements. Costco Travel is not responsible for inaccuracies or provider modifications.

Dining

Four Seasons

Main Dining

Four Seasons: Sit back, relax and embark on a culinary adventure inside this complimentary Main Dining Room. From more options on the daily changing menus to a Chocoholic Night available once per sailing featuring specialty chocolate-based desserts, Four Seasons has something for the foodie in everyone.

Seven Seas: Prepare for a host of culinary delights at Seven Seas, where you can enjoy expertly prepared Chef's Signature Dishes and an extensive daily changing menu of deliciously fresh flavors. All inside a beautiful room featuring impressive ocean views.

Cagney's Steakhouse

Specialty Dining

Cagney's Steakhouse: Steak is the standard at our American-style steakhouse. Sip your favorite cocktail as you select from choice cuts of Certified Angus Beef(R) perfectly prepared. And don’t forget to order Cagney's famous truffle fries. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Le Bistro: Have it au poivre or just go straight for the bouillabaisse at our signature French restaurant. Elegant interiors and attentive servers make this an intimate dining experience reminiscent of a Parisian café. By the end of your meal, you might just be proclaiming c’est magnifique! This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

La Cucina: Enjoy the flavors of the Tuscan countryside at tables with room for old friends and new. Dine on classic dishes where you can taste the freshness of every tomato used to make an exquisitely delicious sauce. Try a twist on a classic like shrimp fettuccine, or keep it purist with an osso bucco. Just when you think you’re out, they’ll pull you back in with a toasty espresso and some macadamia nut ice cream. Delizioso! This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Moderno Churrascaria: If you’re looking for a unique experience, Norwegian's authentic Brazilian steakhouse is a must. Start with an impressive salad bar of imported cheeses, olives, cured meats, ceviche and specialty salads. Be sure to save room for the delicious skewers of slow-roasted meats including beef, pork, lamb and chicken – all carved tableside by Norwegian's Pasadores. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Teppanyaki: Flying shrimp. Onion volcanoes. Twirling knives. The sizzles and surprises never cease at Norwegian's authentic Japanese Hibachi restaurant. Sit around a lively shared table as a skillful chef slices, chops and grills steak, seafood and chicken on a large steel grill right before your eyes. Norwegian's chilled, sake-infused Wasabi Cocktail will have you flipping too. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Ginza Sushi: This elegant restaurant features a sushi and sashimi bar, a teppanyaki room and a sushi/sashimi sit-down section. Don't be surprised by your server's authentic Asian attire. It's all part of the ambiance. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

The Bake Shop: Indulge your sweet tooth with decadent treats available à la carte, such as French macaroons, chocolate pralines, and cupcakes. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Garden Café

Casual Dining

Garden Café: At the Garden Café, you'll find a family-friendly menu of omelets, pasta, soups, salads and ethnic specialties and a rotisserie section with a carving station among other daily features.

Great Outdoor Café: Outdoor buffet serving freshly prepared specialties.

Las Ramblas Tapas Bar and Restaurant: This modern Tapas bar brings together flavors from around the world in a constantly changing assortment of hot and cold Tapas, set against the backdrop of huge, bold relief murals.

Room Service: If you can't come to the restaurant, Norwegian will bring the restaurant to you. Norwegian offers a menu of items that can be delivered to your stateroom. Room service is available 24 hours a day (a convenience charge applies to each order placed).


Times, costs and other specifics are outside the control of Costco Travel. All information is at the sole discretion of the cruise line and is subject to change without notice. Dining time and table size preferences are submitted to the cruise line on a first-come, first-served request basis and are confirmed aboard ship. Questions, concerns and/or special needs regarding dining arrangements must be addressed with the maitre d' hotel aboard ship. Every effort is made to accommodate travelers' preferences; however, Costco Travel cannot guarantee dining arrangements. In specialty restaurants, space is limited and reservations are recommended. A cover charge and dress code may apply.

Staterooms

Staterooms feature modern design and can accommodate up to four guests.

Sailaway Inside (Category: IX)

Category: IX
Accommodates: 2-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 147

A Sail Away Inside stateroom guarantees an Inside stateroom or better! Your stateroom may be on any deck and assigned between time of booking up to one day prior to embarkation.

Inside (Category: IF)

Category: IF
Accommodates: 2-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 145-199

Great for up to five guests, these staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, a pull down bed, and a convertible sofa bed. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything on board.

Inside (Category: IB)

Category: IB
Accommodates: 2-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 145-199

Great for up to five guests, these staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, a pull down bed, and a convertible sofa bed. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything on board.

Inside (Category: IA)

Category: IA
Accommodates: 2-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 145-199

Great for up to five guests, these staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, a pull down bed, and a convertible sofa bed. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything on board.

Family Inside (Category: I4)

Category: I4
Accommodates: 4-5, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 147-249

These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for the whole family to cruise. With room for up to five, you'll have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep up to three more.

Family Inside (Category: I5)

Category: I5
Accommodates: 4-5, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 147-249

These Inside Staterooms are the most affordable way for the whole family to cruise. With room for up to five, you'll have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep up to three more.

Staterooms feature either a picture window or porthole.

Sailaway Oceanview (Category: OX)

Category: OX
Accommodates: 2-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 145

A Sail Away Oceanview stateroom guarantees an Oceanview stateroom or better! Please note that the view may be fully obstructed, partially obstructed, porthole or picture window. Your stateroom may be on any deck and assigned up to one day prior to embarkation.

Partially Obstructed Oceanview with Picture Window (Category: OK)

Category: OK
Accommodates: 3-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 145-172

These Oceanview Staterooms sleep up to four guests and feature a porthole with an obstructed view, two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more.

Oceanview with Large Porthole (Category: OC)

Category: OC
Accommodates: 2-3, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 145

Up to three guests will enjoy these Oceanview Staterooms that feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and some include additional bedding to accommodate one more. Along with a sitting area and large porthole that offers a great view.

Oceanview with Picture Window (Category: OA)

Category: OA
Accommodates 2-3, total approximate size 145 - 221 sq. ft

With room for up to three guests, these staterooms include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and some feature a single sofabed or a pullman to accommodate one more. You'll also have a big picture window to enjoy the amazing view. Plus some can connect, a great option when traveling with family or friends.

Oceanview with Picture Window (Category: OB)

Category: OB
Accommodates 2-3, total approximate size 145 - 221 sq. ft

With room for up to three guests, these staterooms include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and some feature a single sofabed or a pullman to accommodate one more. You'll also have a big picture window to enjoy the amazing view. Plus some can connect, a great option when traveling with family or friends.

Family Oceanview with Picture Window (Category: O4)

Category: O4
Accommodates: 4-5, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 170-173

Perfect for the whole family, these staterooms accommodate up to five guests. They feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to three more. Also includes a picture window to enjoy the great views.

Family Oceanview with Picture Window (Category: O5)

Category: O5
Accommodates: 4-5, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 170-173

Perfect for the whole family, these staterooms accommodate up to five guests. They feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to three more. Also includes a picture window to enjoy the great views.

Spacious staterooms feature a private balcony with floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass doors and a sitting area.

Sailaway Balcony (Category: BX)

Category: BX
Accommodates: 4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 221, balcony size (in sq. ft): 48

A Sail Away Balcony stateroom guarantees a Balcony stateroom or better! Please note that the view from your balcony may be fully obstructed or partially obstructed. Your stateroom may be on any deck and assigned up to one day prior to embarkation.

Balcony (Category: BB)

Category: BB
Accommodates: 2-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 221-330, balcony size (in sq. ft): 48-85

With room for up to four guests, these staterooms have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed or two stationary beds, and some feature additional bedding to accommodate up to two more. Enjoy comfortable space with a sitting area, floor-to-ceiling glass doors and a private balcony with great views.

Balcony (Category: BA)

Category: BA
Accommodates: 2-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 221-330, balcony size (in sq. ft): 48-85

With room for up to four guests, these staterooms have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed or two stationary beds, and some feature additional bedding to accommodate up to two more. Enjoy comfortable space with a sitting area, floor-to-ceiling glass doors and a private balcony with great views.

Balcony (Category: BF)

Category: BF
Accommodates: 2-4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 221-330, balcony size (in sq. ft): 48-85

With room for up to four guests, these staterooms have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed or two stationary beds, and some feature additional bedding to accommodate up to two more. Enjoy comfortable space with a sitting area, floor-to-ceiling glass doors and a private balcony with great views.

Aft-Facing Balcony (Category: B1)

Category: B1
Accommodates: 3, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 198, balcony size (in sq. ft): 48

With room for up to three guests, these aft-facing staterooms offer incredible views. They feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a single sofabed to accommodate one more. Along with a sitting area, floor-to-ceiling glass doors, and a private balcony to enjoy the views and fresh ocean breezes. Plus they can connect to an Aft-Facing Penthouse so you can spread out yet marvel at the stunning vistas together.

Family Balcony (Category: B4)

Category: B4
Accommodates: 4-5, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 221-308, balcony size (in sq. ft): 48-93

Norwegian Sun Family Balcony staterooms are perfect if you want to bring the whole family. With room for up to five guests, there are two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to three more. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony.

Family Balcony (Category: B5)

Category: B5
Accommodates: 4-5, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 221-308, balcony size (in sq. ft): 48-93

Norwegian Sun Family Balcony staterooms are perfect if you want to bring the whole family. With room for up to five guests, there are two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to three more. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony.

Spacious suites and mini-suites feature private balcony and bath with shower. Suites feature butler and concierge service.

Sailaway Club Balcony Suite (Category: MX)

Category: MX
Accommodates: 4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 387, balcony size (in sq. ft): 86

A Sail Away Club Balcony Suite stateroom guarantees a Club Balcony Suite stateroom or better! Your stateroom may be on any deck and assigned up to one day prior to embarkation.

Aft-Facing Club Balcony Suite (Category: M1)

Category: M1
Accommodates: 4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 332, balcony size (in sq. ft): 68

These Club Balcony Suites sleep up to four guests and feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size, additional bedding to accommodate two more, plus a luxury bath and walk-in closet. Not to mention the amazing aft-facing view from your private balcony.

Club Balcony Suite (Category: MA)

Category: MA
Accommodates: 4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 322-387, balcony size (in sq. ft): 48-86

These Club Balcony Suites sleep up to four guests and feature two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed, plus additional bedding to accommodate two more guests. Along with a luxury bath with shower, walk-in closet, and sitting area. And enjoy the unforgettable views from your private balcony. Plus some can connect to an Owner's Suite or Balcony stateroom so you can spread out yet stay together.

Forward-Facing Penthouse with Balcony (Category: SG)

Category: SG
Accommodates: 4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 504, balcony size (in sq. ft): 149

Enjoy the perfect retreat in these amazing Penthouses that sleep up to four guests. Includes a queen-size bed that converts into two lowers, luxury bath with whirlpool tub and a walk-in closet. Take in the stunning views from your private, forward-facing balcony. Includes bedding to accommodate two more guests and the luxury of butler and concierge service.

Aft-Facing Penthouse with Balcony (Category: SF)

Category: SF
Accommodates: 4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 482-497, balcony size (in sq. ft): 109-119

You will have an amazing getaway in these stylish Penthouses that sleep up to four guests. Includes a bedroom with queen-size bed that converts into two lowers plus additional bedding to accommodate two more. Along with a luxury bath with whirlpool tub and a large, aft-facing balcony offering magnificent views. They also can connect to aft-facing Balcony staterooms so you can spread out and enjoy the magnificent views together. Includes butler and concierge service.

Owner’s Suite with Large Balcony (Category: SA)

Category: SA
Accommodates: 4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 828, balcony size (in sq. ft): 258

These Norwegian Sun Owner's Suites with a Large Balcony are great for up to four guests. They include a living room, dining room and separate bedroom with a queen-size bed that converts into two lowers. Along with a luxury bath and guest bath plus an amazing balcony with hot tub so you can relax while enjoying incredible views. Includes butler and concierge service.

Penthouse with Balcony (Category: SH)

Category: SH
Accommodates: 4, total approximate size (in sq. ft): 443-481, balcony size (in sq. ft): 88-126

With lots of space, you will have an incredible getaway in these Penthouses that sleep four guests. Features a queen-size bed that converts into two lowers, additional bedding to accommodate two more, luxury bath with shower and a walk-in closet. Along with a private balcony to enjoy the amazing views. Includes butler and concierge service.

Deck Plan

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Stateroom with facilities for the disabledStateroom with facilities for the disabled
Stateroom equipped for hearing-impairedStateroom equipped for hearing-impaired
Connecting stateroomsConnecting staterooms
Third person occupancy availableThird person occupancy available
Third and/or fourth person occupancy availableThird and/or fourth person occupancy available
Third, fourth and/or fifth person occupancy availableThird, fourth and/or fifth person occupancy available
ElevatorElevator
RestroomRestroom
PrivaSea (partially enclosed balcony)PrivaSea (partially enclosed balcony)

Ship Facts

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  • Ship Name: Norwegian Sun
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Year Refurbished: 2011
  • Year Entered Present Fleet: 2001
  • Ship Class: Sun
  • Maximum Capacity: 1,936
  • Number of Passenger Decks: 10
  • Number of Crew: 906
  • Officers' Nationality: International
  • Ocean-View without Balcony: 243
  • Ocean-View with Balcony: 380
  • Total Inside Staterooms: 293
  • Tonnage (GRT): 78,309
  • Capacity Based on Double Occupancy: 1,936
  • Country of Registry: The Bahamas
  • Total Staterooms: 968
  • Suites with Balcony: 52
  • Crew/Hotel Staff Nationality: International
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**Included Extras are per stateroom, cannot be substituted, are nontransferable, and have no cash value. If unused, no reimbursement given. Offers applied to 1st guest in stateroom (unless noted otherwise). Photo Package: Duplicate prints not included. 50 prints per stateroom; 6"x8" and 8"x10" only. Only valid on standard photos. Certain exclusions apply. Photos cannot be used at Perspectives Photography Studio. Phone Call Package: Only valid on calls from ship to shore on fixed phone in stateroom and not from guest's wireless devices. Bingo Package: $39 promotional play applied to guests 1 and 2 for two sessions; three cards for three games within each session. Spa credit: Applied to guest 1 and 2, age 18+. Only valid on port days and select services. Cannot be divided between multiple visits. Internet Package: Not available at Great Stirrup Cay or Harvest Caye. Casino Play: $25 promotional play applied to guests 1 and 2; $50 for single occupancy bookings. Slot machines only.

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Ship's registry: The Bahamas

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