Miami Bound - MS Starward
Cruise ship art painting print of the MS Starward by marine artist Robert G Lloyd
Built in 1968, Starward was the first purpose-built cruise ship for Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL). One of her main routes was between Miami and the Caribbean and was one of the first ships to berth at Miami regularly.
The ship was sold in 1995 to Festival Cruises. Renamed Bolero, she continued sailing until sold again in 2004 when she was given a major refit and chartered by Louis cruises. She was later bought outright by Louis with whom she still sails.
In this maritime art painting print by Robert G. Lloyd, Starward is shown on return to Miami through the tranquil waters of the Caribbean.