664 Norwegian Jewel Tips

Steenabear

Feb 03, 2014

The pools are always less crowded in the mornings on the day that we're in port. Also, the lines for dinner are always really long around 815, after the first evening show gets out.

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Adventurelover

Feb 10, 2014

Two walking tracts, deck 7 and deck 12. There are two full shows each night. It's easier to get a seat for 9:15 show. Check out music at Martini Bar. Excellent pianists. Check out All outdoors restaurant which is connected to the garden Cafe.

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Broncos

Feb 15, 2014

W do an excursion at every port, the most interesting was in Cozumel to the Mayan ruins our guide Ignachio was very knowledgeable of the island and the history of the ruins.

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BLeger

Feb 18, 2014

try the handmade crepe station evenings in the Garden cafe! Get to the chocolate buffet before 10:30 to beat the crowds and take pics!

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Lauraofnc

Mar 13, 2014

Outside Deck 7 is good short cut from one end of the ship to the other. Its also a peaceful place for reading. Azura's has better food and service than Tsars. Don't miss the nightly shows in the Stardust Theater. If your a drinker? Plan on paying $10 for each small cup.

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SMM

Mar 22, 2014

Check out the viewing room in the forward area on deck 11, you can see the crew at work. The game room on deck 12 is a great place to play a board game or card game. Don't forget about Bingo, lots of fun.

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walteauxp

Mar 23, 2014

Freestyle cruising really means "free range". The service and food in the dining rooms was obviously meant to push you to the pay as you go resturaunts. Then those were slow too. Splash Academy was outstanding though!

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aleciashiers

Mar 25, 2014

This year we traveled on the NCL Jewel. Although it was nice, the NCL Star was extraordinary and seemed to have a more personable staff, one who always seemed upbeat. Both were super; we will not hesitate to book with Norwegian for future cruises!

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irvinhouse

Mar 29, 2014

Could have had more for older teens as they seemed to be a little left out at times and the 3 on 3 basketball never happened which is what they loved. They did love watching the staff play soccer at night.

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rhensley

Apr 07, 2014

There is a free restaurant where you can order off of the menu (can't remember the name). We didn't find it until the end of the cruise.

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Britain22

Apr 28, 2014

The garden café on the very stern on the ship was great for breakfast. not crowed and outdoor seating. Course room service does not suck either!

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Wheels

May 23, 2014

The store had a good selection of watches; but, even being tax and duty free, they were more expensive than the same models sold by ShopHQ.

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emabcollins

May 30, 2014

Avoid the elevators - walk up the stairs, bring your own water (very expensive on the ship) and seasoning for the food. If you bring wine on the ship - as they say you can you will pay a $15 uncorking fee or something for each bottle you bring. Check your bill to make sure things are accurate.

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