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History of the Ship
Norwegian Cruises introduced the Norwegian Sky in 1999.  She is in the Sun class of ships within the Norwegian fleet. Originally constructed by Bremer Vulkan as Costa Olympia when construction was stopped at 35% in 1996 due to financial difficulties.  In 1997 Norwegian Cruise Lines purchased the hull and transferred it to Lloyd-Werft in Bremerhaven where she was finished as the Norwegian Sky.  Norwegian Sky has 1 sister ship the Norwegian Sun. 

What's on Board
Norwegian Sky sails  the Caribbean year round.  There are numerous anytime dining venues onboard so that this is truly "Freestyle Cruising".  
Your vacation, your schedule.

 Norwegian Sky 
 Quick Facts:
  Originaly Costa Olympia
(never sailed as such)
Norwegian Sky
Renamed NCL Pride of Aloha (2004-2008)
Year built: 1999
Refurbished: 2004
Bremer Vulkan (Hull)
Lloyd-Werft Shipyards
Registry: USA
GRT: 77,104 tons
Length: 853 feet
Beam: 105.8 feet
Public Decks: 12
Passengers: 2,002
Crew: 750
Space Ratio: 32