Known for being a true global adventurer, you can find Norwegian Sun cruising past the breath-taking mountains and glaciers in Alaska, the sun soaked beaches of the Caribbean, Bahamas and North America to the jungle-hemmed lakes along the Panama Canal. She’s been a huge hit with cruisers since she came onto the scene in 2011 and was one of the first ships in NCL fleet to roll out Freestyle Dining, so it only seems right that she has 14 dining venues and 12 bars and lounges to choose from.
When it comes to finding entertainment aboard Norwegian Sun, it is Deck 11 and 12 where you’ll find the main hubs of entertainment. Head to the Oasis Pool where you can make a splash before sitting back and relaxing by the pool on a deck chair on the aptly named Sun Deck. If you start to feel peckish or need to quench your thirst, look no further than Topsiders Bar and Grill.
Stretch your legs and go for a stroll further along ship and pick up a quick bite to eat in the Garden Café. Here you’ll find everything from omelettes, pasta to soup, with other daily specials, but if you head all way down to the Java Café on Deck 5 make sure to treat yourself to a buttery pastry or two. Now you’ve got a pastry and warm cup of coffee in hand, why not discover the East Indies Library up on Deck 6.
You won’t need to worry about the kids getting bored as Norwegian Cruise Line has dedicated activities for the younger kid’s right up to the teens. The Kids Corner is kitted out for the younger kid’s with all things from art and crafts to movies and compute games. Elsewhere, teens get their very own space in the Teen Club where they can dance, play table football, duel it out on air hockey and so much more.
Norwegian Sun continues to wow late into the evening and boasts a fabulous choice of entertainment venues. Champs Bar is the perfect place to relax on deck with your favourite drink in hand under the moonlight sun, while over in the Champagne Bar you can choose from a premium selection of champagne and vodka that also makes for an ideal venue for an intimate cocktail party. If you want a quiet venue where you can enjoy first-class entertainment nightly head to the Windjammer Bar and sip on a martini or two before heading to upbeat disco and bar of Dazzles Nightclub.
When was the last time you saw a side-splitting comedy show, a troupe of acrobats or even a magician? With a myriad of performers and a line-up of colourful production shows, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the two-storey Stardust Lounge. Other entertainment can be enjoyed in one of the lounges and bars dotted around the ship, with singing duos and pianists to keep you entertained throughout the evening. Additionally, there’s the Sun Club Casino where to try your hand at blackjack, poker and so much more.
From Brazilian-style churrascaria to Japanese Hibachi, French cuisine to American steakhouse classics there is something for everyone to enjoy, as cruising with NCL is all about having choices.
Freestyle cruising may is not for everyone and there’s still the option of a traditional dining experience at one of the two main dining rooms on board. Seven Seas and Four Seasons both serve tasty and classic cuisine, all served to you be dedicated wait staff. Elsewhere there’s the Italian style restaurant of La Cucina, traditional and inventive French cuisine at Le Bistro, skewers of barbecued meats in Moderno Churrascaria and juicy prime cut steaks in Cagney’s Steakhouse. Perhaps you’re looking for more exotic flavours? In Ginza Sushi you can choose from either the sushi and sashimi bar or the Teppanyaki room where your waiter will serve your food in authentic Asian attire, all adding to the Asian atmosphere.