Among other countries, the Norwegian Star explores Iceland, Norway, and other parts of Northern Europe. From Reykjavik, Iceland, the Norwegian Star sails roundtrip to Isafjord, Akureyri, and Seydisfjordur in Iceland. From Norwegian, the Norwegian Star sails to Alta, Hammerfest, and Honningsvag. From the Shetland Isles, the Norwegian Star sails to Thorshavn.
Until late September, Norwegian Star will operate cruises from Reykjavik before departing for Southampton, England for another round of European sailings.
On September 23, 2023, the ship will depart from Southampton on a 10-night Northern Europe: Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Galway voyage. Aside from Cork, Ireland, Dingle, Ireland, and Foynes, Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Killybegs, Ireland, Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Dublin, Ireland, the ship will also call at Foynes, Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Killybegs, Ireland, and Dublin, Ireland.
The Norwegian Star will embark on a voyage in late October from Southampton to Lisbon, Portugal, where it will operate several cruises exploring Spain, Portugal, and the Canary Islands. On November 1, the first voyage from Lisbon takes 11 nights to tour Spain, Morocco, and Gibraltar in Europe. The cruise will stop in St Cruz de La Palma, Canary Islands; La Gomera, Canary Islands; Gran Canaria, Canary Islands; Agadir, Moroccan; Casablanca, Moroccan; Gibraltar, UK; Málaga, Spain; Cadiz, Spain; and Portimao, Portuguese.
An 18-night transatlantic voyage will take place in late November from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil aboard the ship. The Norwegian Star will depart from Buenos Aires, Argentina in December and visit destinations including Montevideo, Uruguay, Puerto Madryn, Argentina, Punta Arenas, Chile, Ushuaia, Argentina, Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, and Punta Del Este, Uruguay on scenic cruises that include Antarctica.
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