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Sunday, October 21st
Sail from scenic Venice, Italy. at 5pm (boarding is from noon to 3:00pm). Join us poolside for the sail away festivities and meet lots of other fun-loving singles!
Monday, October 22nd
From 1pm to 9pm, explore Dubrovnik, Croatia. This "Jewel of the Adriatic" on the Dalmatian Coast is rich in Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture. The medieval Mediterranean city is encircled by 14th-century walls and massive guard towers, and the carefully preserved old town features marble-paved squares, cobbled streets and splendid churches, palaces, monasteries and fountains.
Tuesday, October 23rd
From 8am to 2pm, experience Kotor, Montenegro. Lying on the Montenegrin coast in the southern Adriatic, Kotor stands at the end of the deep, rugged Kotor Bay. Kotor has all the features of a typical Mediterranean town: narrow streets, small shops, antique monuments and picturesque buildings.
Wednesday, October 24th
From 11am to 5pm, fall in love with Olympia (Katakolon), Greece. From the small port of Katakolon on the Ionian Coast, it's a short 30-minute drive to Olympia, where ancient Greeks came to celebrate the games. At the ruins of the sanctuary at Olympia, visitors can see the temples of Zeus and Hera, the floor of the original stadium and the Council House where athletes took the Olympic oath. A museum has a unique collection of Greek sculpture, ancient pieces of armor and bronze figurines found during the excavations.
Thursday, October 25th
From 7am to 5pm, visit Athens (Piraeus), Greece. Piraeus is the port to Athens -- the birthplace of Western civilization. The first stop on most excursions is the Parthenon on the hill of the Acropolis. The Acropolis also is the site of the Propylea, the Temple of the Wingless Victory, the Erechtheion and the Acropolis Museum. A drive down Syngrou Avenue offers an impressive view of the Arch of Hadrian and the Temple of Olympian Zeus. The National Archeological Museum houses a rich collection of antiquities.
Friday, October 26th
A day at sea. Take part in exclusive singles activities and mingle with friends.
Saturday, October 27th
From 8am to 5pm, explore Split, Croatia. Split is a busy port with numerous ferries operating to and from nearby islands. It is also a popular resort with beaches and pleasant promenades. Venetian, Gothic and Renaissance houses and several medieval churches add architectural interest. A must-see is the old town within Diocletian’s Palace.
Sunday, October 28th
At 8am, the Norwegian Star returns to Venice, Italy. Be sure to gather those phone numbers to keep in touch with your new lifelong friends, and don't forget to plan ahead for your next cruise with Singles At Sea!

Our prices include the following:
  • Two free perks: ultimate beverage package and pre-paid service charges
  • Organized singles activities with our singles hosts
  • Single-mingle dining
  • All meals and non-alcoholic, non-carbonated beverages
  • Lavish buffets and complimentary room service
  • Nightly Vegas-style shows and comedy routines
  • Dancing nightly
  • Live music nightly on deck and in clubs and lounges
  • Access to The Spa featuring fitness, beauty & spa facilities
  • Port charges and taxes

Options not included in the prices:
  • Airfare to Venice -- available on request.
  • Travel insurance is highly recommended to protect against unexpected events. Click here to read more about your insurance options.
Eastern Mediterranean singles cruise departs
October 21st from Venice

Norwegian's Norwegian Star

Cabins aboard the Norwegian Star are finished in rich cherry wood and outfitted with tea and coffee makers and larger bathrooms. Innovative and eye-catching are the ultra-luxurious garden villas -- multi-room accommodations featuring panoramic ocean views, private sun terraces and whirlpools. Dining options are wide and varied with 12 restaurants on board, including Pacific Rim, Japanese, French, Spanish, Hawaiian and Italian restaurants, as well as the main dining room serving the traditional six-course Continental menus. Also available are an indoor/outdoor buffet, grill, food court and other casual eateries. With all these tempting culinary choices -- plus 24-hour room service -- it's nice to have access to a 24-hour fitness center, plus a sports deck with an outdoor jogging track, and sports court. Relax at the Barong Spa, with rejuvenating treatments utilizing both Eastern and Western techniques. The 1,150-seat Stardust Theatre, cinema, karaoke rooms, and 14 different lounges and bars offer an entertaining nightlife. This ship is particularly family-friendly with a recreation center just for younger passengers; a child-sized serving counter, tables and chairs in the buffet restaurant; computer rooms; an arcade; and entertainment with Kid's Crew.

Ports Visited

Athens (Piraeus), Greece

Cruises from Athens (Piraeus) depart from spring through fall.

Piraeus is the port to Athens -- the birthplace of Western civilization. The first stop on most excursions is the Parthenon on the hill of the Acropolis. The Acropolis also is the site of the Propylea, the Temple of the Wingless Victory, the Erechtheion and the Acropolis Museum. A drive down Syngrou Avenue offers an impressive view of the Arch of Hadrian and the Temple of Olympian Zeus. The National Archeological Museum houses a rich collection of antiquities.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Cruises that visit or depart from Dubrovnik sail in the Mediterranean.

This "Jewel of the Adriatic" on the Dalmatian Coast is rich in Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture. The medieval Mediterranean city is encircled by 14th-century walls and massive guard towers, and the carefully preserved old town features marble-paved squares, cobbled streets and splendid churches, palaces, monasteries and fountains.

Olympia (Katakolon), Greece

From the small port of Katakolon on the Ionian Coast, it's a short 30-minute drive to Olympia, where ancient Greeks came to celebrate the games. At the ruins of the sanctuary at Olympia, visitors can see the temples of Zeus and Hera, the floor of the original stadium and the Council House where athletes took the Olympic oath. A museum has a unique collection of Greek sculpture, ancient pieces of armor and bronze figurines found during the excavations.

Venice, Italy

Cruises from Venice depart from spring through fall.

With its palazzos, bridges and famous canals, this is one of Italy's most enchanting and romantic cities. Wander the piazzas and alleys or glide through the narrow canals in a gondola. A guided city tour is a good choice for first-timers, typically taking in the Basilica San Marco, the Doges' Palace and the Basilica Museum. Some excursions visit Murano, center of Venetian glassmaking.

Split, Croatia

Split is a busy port with numerous ferries operating to and from nearby islands. It is also a popular resort with beaches and pleasant promenades. Venetian, Gothic and Renaissance houses and several medieval churches add architectural interest. A must-see is the old town within Diocletian’s Palace.

Kotor, Montenegro

Lying on the Montenegrin coast in the southern Adriatic, Kotor stands at the end of the deep, rugged Kotor Bay. Kotor has all the features of a typical Mediterranean town: narrow streets, small shops, antique monuments and picturesque buildings.