SuperStar Leo

SuperStar Leo

SuperStar Leo was the first cruise ship in the Leo Class. It features a snow-white design and an elegant hull. MEYER WERFT delivered the luxury liner to Star Cruises in September 1998.

The cruise ships in the Leo Class – SuperStar Leo and SuperStar Virgo – were specifically designed for the Asian market with a whole range of highlights, such as the stunning atria that form the architectural heart of the luxury liners. These extend over seven decks and house numerous restaurants, bars and shops. The large theatres, each with around 1,000 seats, were also seen as flagship projects at the time the vessels in the Leo Class were delivered. The white mammoths feature pools, spas, gyms, basketballs courts, golf driving nets and running tracks. SuperStar Leo and SuperStar Virgo were also the world’s first ever cruise ships with a helicopter landing pad.

The 270-metre-long SuperStar Leo has been travelling the world under the name “Norwegian Spirit” since 2004.

Tonnage
75,904 GT
Length
268 m
Width on frames
32.2 m
Decks
14
Total Engine Power
58,800 kW
Cruising Speed
24 kn
Passengers
2018
Passenger Cabins
982
Production Series
Leo Class
Shipyard
MEYER WERFT
Cruise Line
Star Cruises