Norwegian Jewel Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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Experience
1 cruise (first)

Review
1

Helpful Vote
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5 out of 5

A fantastic cruise experience

Sail Date: May 15, 2010

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

We just returned from a seven day cruise on the NCL Jewel, and it was fantastic. The stateroom was roomy, and having a balcony made for a wonderful retreat from the other passengers. One great feature was having a sunbathing area on the forward section of the top deck that was designated as a quiet area, so that you could sunbathe and read without younger guests running about. overall being our first cruise, the experience made us want to repeat cruising many more times.

Pros: Great cabins,food and service

Cons: A little overboard on pushing sales of jewelry and drinks

Recommends Norwegian Jewel? Yes!

Food and Dining
One of the main dining rooms was only open for dinner. This seemed a little strange for a ship that was fully occupied.
Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
The housekeeping staff were exceptional, they went abouve and beyond when it came to supplying things to make the tay more comfortable
Entertainment
Ship Quality
Nassau, Bahamas
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
Very nice beach area. The staff put on a great BBQ. All in all made for a nice day ashore.
Port Canaveral, Florida


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