We traveled on the Norwegian Star to the Baltic Sea on June 25, 2016. It was an enjoyable cruise until we got to Stockholm where the ship experienced engine problems and was not able to leave the port for about 8 hours. This delay, caused us and countless other passengers to miss their flights home at considerable expense.....$4,483.11 to be exact. Booking last minute one way flights is outrageous...that alone was $4,056.12. A return flight was even completely booked for two days on the same airline. When news of this delay was apparent, there was confusion and frustration on board. The ships staff seemed ill equipped to handle the chaos....and communications for those trying to rebook flights was inadequate. Even the captain of the ship said at a meeting his job was to run the ship, not handle what to do about situations like this...many were left on their own trying to figure out how to get home...people waited in lines for hours to get answers. What was offered to us was $$300/person for airline change fees and $250 for a hotel stay if required. That of course was just a fraction of what it actually cost us to get home. We did file an official claim with NCL for reimbursement for our expenses, claiming that this additional out of pocket expenses were a result of their ship's inability to get us back to our departure port on time. It is an implied contractual obligation to do so. As of this writing (9/23/16), there has been no response from NCL. So the question is, shouldn't they be responsible to make us whole for a situation that was of no fault of our own....when clearly it was an issue with the ship's equipment. We did have travel insurance, but it only covered us if we got ill, not if the ship broke down. We also did recently submit a complaint to the Miami Office of Consumer Affairs...still no resolution.