The cruise ship Norwegian Jewel became operational in August, 2005. Built at Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenburg, Germany she was given the name on November 3, 2005 on an official ceremony at the Port of Miami.
Designed to be in category Freestyle Cruising, Norwegian Jewel transports easily 2,400 people and over 1,000 crew members.
What is special about this cruise vessel?
The speed, restaurant options, and family comfortable accommodations. The vessel also gives all the people onboard a different options for relaxation like public bars and lounges, well equipped sports and fitness facilities, and staterooms designed with rich cherry wood finishing.
Time for relaxation
The ship's Bora Bora Health Spa & Beauty Salon is managed by Mandara Spa, which fuses eastern and western-style procedures for advanced massage, facials, and more.
The sports deck offers the chance for playing basketball, volleyball, and tennis, and the onboard Body Waves Fitness Center features state-of-the-art equipment, a hydrotherapy pool, and classes.
Children are not forgotten. The Splashdown Kids Club has a swimming pool and an underground sea theme.
Wired Internet Cafe is available.
People onboard can seek out their preferred dishes at Cagney's Steak House, Blue Lagoon, and the signature restaurant Le Bistro, or lovely pastas at Mama's Italian Kitchen and tapas at Tangos. The main restaurant, Tsar's Palace, shows the magnificence of St. Petersburg with gold ceilings, shining chandeliers, and ornate balustrades reminiscent of Faberge eggs.