Norwegian Cruise Line welcomed Norwegian Star back into service on March 17, 2015, following a two-week dry dock where the ship received numerous enhancements and new dining and entertainment venues. Including a venue in partnership with Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville.
Parrotheads and patrons looking to unwind can enjoy the fleet’s first Five o’Clock Somewhere Bar, in an exclusive partnership with Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville®. The newest watering hole will serve up signature margaritas and “boat drinks” such as the “Who’s to Blame® Margarita,” ice cold LandShark Lagers and nightly live musical performances.
Norwegian Star Upgrades include:
- Five o’Clock Somewhere Bar
- Ginza Asian restaurant
- 24-hour O’Sheehan’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill
- Relocated the Moderno Churrascaria Brazilian restaurant
- Sugarcane Mojito Bar
- Digital signage first added on Norwegian Breakaway
- Interior and technical refurbishments
Norwegian Star will spend her summer season sailing from Copenhagen with a number of seven to 14-day itineraries through the Baltic Capitals and Norwegian fjords.
photo: Norwegian Cruise Line
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