SuperStar Aquarius was launched in 1993 as Windward by Norwegian Cruise Line (later renamed Norwegian Wind). In 2007, Star Cruises acquired the ship and renamed it SuperStar Aquarius. It was refurbished in 2011. The 51,309-tonne vessel can accommodate 1,511 passengers and 889 crew.
SuperStar Aquarius has 765 staterooms in 18 different categories. All cabins have a small bathroom, television, DVD player, mini fridge, limited storage and a sitting area. There are 18 suites with a separate living room and bedroom, plenty of storage space and concierge service. The largest is the Owners Suite, which measure 708.05 square feet.
SuperStar Aquarius has a variety of food venues including a pool bar and the outdoor Oceana Barbecue, for grilled and buffet meals. Mariner’s Buffet serves international dishes, while Asian buffet dishes are offered at Spices Restaurant. For Chinese meals, passengers can dine at Taipan and Dynasty Restaurant. There is also a 24-hour refreshment venue called Blue Lagoon.
SuperStar Aquarius has a spa and fitness centre with modern fitness equipment, universal gym machines, sauna and steam rooms. The beauty salon offers full parlor services for both men and women from professional beauticians and hair stylists. Spa treatments include foot reflexology and Asian massage. There is a basketball court, outdoor pool, jogging track and golf driving range.
SuperStar Aquarius has some kid-friendly facilities, including the Starlight Disco and Video Arcade, Wet & Wild by Neptune and Charlies Child Care Area. There is also a comprehensive learning centre with plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained.
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