5 things found onboard the Norwegian Sun

The Norwegian Sun cruise liner from NCL is no stranger to Alaskan waters. Adorned with the exterior art that NCL is famous for, the inside quarters is the same comfortable and robust standard that cruisers have come to expect from the company. It’s a ship that is certainly worth considering if you are looking for an Alaskan cruise without a major price tag – here’s what you can find on board.

1. Fourteen dining options

You certainly won’t go hungry.  There are two main dining rooms: the Four Season that is modern and contemporary and Seven Seas that is more traditional. On top of that you have the Garden Café buffet option, and an array of alfresco deck cafes that are included in the price on your cruise. There are also seven speciality dining options, ranging from a Brazilian steakhouse through to an authentic Japanese Hibachi restaurant.

2. Five hot tubs

On Deck 11 you can find five hot tubs – one of which is exclusively for children and can be found next to the Splashes Kid’s Pool.

3. Quiet Lifestyles Room

If you’re looking for a quiet space to read a book or just relax – but don’t want to be stuck inside your stateroom – then head to the Lifestyle Room. You’ll find it on Deck 6 and holds no more than 24 people (the perfect place to relax).

4. Children and teens club

Little ones will absolutely love Splash Academy – a fun zone just for children featuring interactive games, arts and crafts centre, and creative themed nights. There’s a Teen Club, complete with dance floor, bar, video, jukebox, table football and air hockey.

5. Arcade Room

If you love an old school arcade machine, head to Video Zone on Deck 11 and let your imagination run wild with alien shooting games, race car machines and a jet fighter simulator machine.

Have you ever cruised on the Norwegian Sun? What was your favourite facility or amenity?   

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