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NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE
7665 Corporate Center Drive
Miami, Florida 33126
(800) 327-7030
(305) 436-4000
www.ncl.com
 
Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Getaway: entered service in 2013 and 2014 respectively; 146,000 GRT; 1,062 x 130 feet; 4,000-passenger capacity (double occupancy); 2,000 cabins; international officers and crew, Norwegian Breakaway cruises to Bermuda and Caribbean from New York, Norwegian Getaway cruises from Miami to the Caribbean(Category C- five+stars, The Haven-Category A/B-six stars)
Norwegian Dawn: entered service in 2002; renovated in 2011; 92,250 GRT; 965 x 105 feet; 2,244-passenger capacity (double occupancy); 1,112 cabins; international officers and crew; cruises Bermuda and the Caribbean from Boston, Miami, and Tampa (Category C-four stars).

Norwegian Epic: entered service in 2010; 155,873 GRT; 1,081 x 133 feet; 4,100-passenger capacity (double occupancy); 2,050 cabins; international officers and crew; cruises from Miami to the Caribbean and in Europe from Barcelona (Category C-five+ stars).
Courtyard Suites (Category B- five+ stars, Courtyard Suites- Category A/B-six stars)

Norwegian Jade (formerly Pride of Hawaii): entered service in 2006; renovated in 2011; 93,502 GRT; 965 x 106 feet; 2,402-passenger capacity (double occupancy); 1,201 cabins; international officers and crew; year-round cruises in Europe (Category C-four+ stars).

Norwegian Jewel, Norwegian Pearl, and Norwegian Gem: entered service in 2005, 2006, and 2007, respectively; 93,502 GRT; 965 x 105 feet; 2,376-, 2,394-, and 2,394-passenger capacity, respectively; 1,188 to 1,197 cabins; international officers and crew; Jewel cruises to the Bahamas, Florida, Caribbean, and Alaska; Pearl cruises to Alaska, Bahamas, Florida, the Panama Canal, and the Caribbean from Miami; Gem cruises the Caribbean, Canada, New England, Bahamas/Florida (Category C-five stars).

Norwegian Sky (formerly Pride of Aloha and Norwegian Sky): entered service in 1999; rechristened in 2008; renovated in 2009; 77,104 GRT; 848 x 105 feet; 2,002-passenger capacity (double occupancy); 1,001 cabins; international officers and crew; three- and four-night cruises from Miami to the Bahamas (Category C-not rated).

Norwegian Spirit (formerly Super Star Leo): entered service in 1998; rechristened in 2004; renovated in 2008 and 2011; 75,338 GRT; 881 x 105 feet; 2,018-passenger capacity; 1,009 cabins; international officers and crew; cruises to the Mediterranean from Barcelona and Venice (Category C-not rated).

Norwegian Sun: entered service in 2001; refurbished in 2011; 78,309 GRT; 848 x 105 feet; 1,936-passenger capacity (double occupancy); 968 cabins; international officers and crew; cruises to the Alaska from Vancouver, Caribbean from Miami and (Category C-four+ stars).

Norwegian Star: entered service in 2001; refurbished in 2010; 91,740 GRT; 965 x 105 feet; 2,348-passenger capacity (double occupancy); 1,174 cabins; international officers and crew; cruises the Caribbean from New Orleans, Europe from Copenhagen, Panama Canal from Mexico, and the Mexican Riviera from Los Angeles. (Category C-four+ stars).

Pride of America: entered service in 2005; 80,843 GRT; 921 x 105 feet; 2,138-passenger capacity; 1,069 cabins (double occupancy); American officers and crew; seven-night cruises in Hawaiian Islands from Honolulu (Category C-not rated).
 
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