Scenic Jewel deck 2 plan (Sapphire)

Deck layout and review

Review of Scenic Jewel deck 2 (Sapphire)

  • Elevator (mid level 2 of 3)
  • Crystal Dining Restaurant is the Jewel ship’s open-seating Dining Room with single-seating capacity, floor-ceiling windows on both sides, rectangular and round tables, buffet station in the middle. Dining times here are: Breakfast (7-9 am), Lunch (12:30 – 1:30 pm), Dinner (7 pm). Tables capacity is 2 and 3 seats, but can be put together to accommodate large groups.
  • Breakfasts and lunches are buffet-style, with some hot dishes available for off-menu ordering (like French toast, oatmeal, eggs). Breakfast menu has fruits, cheeses, cereal, yogurt, breads, pastries, scrambled eggs, cold meats, fish, plus made-to-order omelet station. Lunch menu has salads, sandwich fixings, 2 soups, 2 main dishes (incl vegetarian), regional cuisine specialty, pasta and carving stations, cheeses, desserts (incl cookies, cakes, ice cream). Dinners (waiter-served) as menu feature 2-3 appetizers, 1 soup, 1 entree (incl meat, seafood, vegetarian), 1 dessert. Always available are salads (green, Caesar), hamburgers/cheeseburgers with fries, chicken, salmon, steak, cheese plate for dessert. Captain’s formal dinners (Welcome/Farewell) are also held here. At lunches and dinners are offered complimentary wine, beer, soft drinks.
  • Scenic Jewel cruise director often schedules culinary-themed events on the ship, including galley tour or cooking demonstrations by some of the boat’s chefs.
  • Table La Rive is for the Scenic Tours’ Chef’s Table private dining concept. This is a 10-seat table set up at the dining room’s end, where guests can enjoy a 3-hour long gourmet dinner with 6-course menu, complimented by fine wines (different wine by course).
  • Sapphire Deck cruise cabins from 201 to 235, all of which are Suites in categories Balcony Suite (BA, BB, C-aft, and BD-Deluxe) and Junior Suite (categories BJ, B1J, and BS /single suite).