MS Jewel of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International Cruise List
Former Names:  None

Jewel of the Seas offers a lively cruise experience in a wide range of bright and cheerful public rooms including the Viking Crown lounge high amidships. Half the external structure is glass. It features a nine deck high atrium with glass lifts.  Jewel of the Seas passengers tend to be All ages and Mostly American but more Brits/Europeans in Europe. When all cabins have double occupancy, the ship provides a space ratio of 42.9 tons per passenger and a crew to passenger ratio of one for every 2.4 passengers. At full capacity the space ratio is 26.8 tons per passenger and the crew ratio is one to 3.9 passengers.
Size Large
Rating Superior
Built 2004
Refit 0
Tonnage 90090
Passengers (Min/Max) 2100/3360
Crew 859
Officers Norwegian
Total  1050
Cabins are a reasonable size with convertible beds to queen size, vanity desk, safe, with floor tiled bathrooms and small storage space for toiletries. Larger suites offer king size beds and access to a concierge lounge. 
Balcony  577
Ocean View  236
Inside  237
Single  0
Cabin Details Cabins Deckplans
Pools Out/In  2/1
There is plenty of deck space and 3 pools, one with magradome and one with a waterslide. Activities including 2 deck gym, miniature golf & putting green, rock climbing, outside jogging track, basketball court and pool table.
Jacuzzis  3
Fitness Centre  Yes
Sauna  Yes
Steam Room  Yes
Deck Space  Good
The two level Cascades dining room has a sweeping staircase and offers reasonable food with attentive, friendly, sometimes hurried service. Alternatives are available in the Windjammer (buffets), Portofino (Italian), Chops Grill and Seaview Café. Main Dining Rooms  2
Sittings  2
Non Smoking  Yes
Alternative Dining  4
The comfortable Theatre is on three levels and entertainment is well presented and varied with a second cabaret lounge - Colony Club, a champagne bar and conference/business centre with internet.  Show Lounges 2
Cinema Yes
Library Yes
Casino Yes
Casual and comfortable during the day. In the evening dress is smart casual (shirt and trousers for gentlemen and casual elegance for ladies). Formal evenings require a suit or dinner jacket for men and a cocktail dress for ladies.
US$13 per passenger per day (including children) will be aded to your shipboard account for cabin and restaurant staff - more for suites. 15% will automatically be added on all drinks.
Wheelchair cabins 14
Wheelchair access is good. Wheelchair cabins have larger access doors and the ship has ramped areas and sloping decks.
Lifts 16
The rating for children is Very Good. The ship provides many activities including a children's club and interests for 3-17 year olds such as a video arcade, scavenger hunt and sports competitions. 

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