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Norwegian Jade Cruise Review to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean
Cabin Type: Oceanview
Traveled As: Singles/Friends
Reviewed: 5 years ago
Review SummaryI took the Jade on it's last Voyage for the year to Greece, Turkey and Egypt. So please not this isn't referencing the Canary Islands (though I plan on doing this itinerary in a few months) ---
I didn't have anything fancy room wise, but I had a window cabin to let in some light and I was quite satisfied. I've sailed on the Jewel twice and as it's a sister ship to the Jade I was able to find my way around easily. ---
I'm in my 30's and married but decided to make this a solo vacation. I've traveled solo around the world but never on a cruise, so I really didn't know what it would be like. In one word it was excellent. ---
There's plenty to do (and not do) if you're so inclined. It's also a very pleasant atmosphere it doesn't feel rowdy and at the same time doesn't feel dull either. A good balance of fun and relaxation. ---
The ports of call were exciting and I had no trouble at any of them, both where I used NCL for excursions and made them on my own. ---
I LOVE, being able to dine alone without assigned seating. You also have the choice of sharing a table if you choose, so it's great for those that like flexibility.
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Pros: Ports, Staff, Cabin