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Norwegian Jade Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Another fabulous cruise with NCL

Review for Norwegian Jade to the Middle East
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Sail Date: Dec 2012
Cabin: Family Balcony

This was our 13th cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line and our fourth time sailing on the Jade. We keep returning to NCL for two reasons: their free-style concept and the excellent service given by each and every member of crew and staff on board their ships.

This cruise took us to Turkey (Antalya rather than Alanya since the sea swell and winds were too high to go there), Cyprus (Limassol), Israel (overnight in Haifa as Ashdod cancelled), Iraklion (Crete, Greece) and Naples (Italy). The main purpose of taking this cruise was to visit Israel.

Israel was most impressive. We had chosen tours that took us to Nazareth, Jerusalem and Bethlehem. We were able to visit each of these cities, and many more along the way. Each city brought its own special aspects to light. It was interesting to hear about the religious historical importance that each place held and still holds to this day.

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Family Balcony

Cabin B2

Standard family stateroom for 3 guests. We had a balcony which was adequately large. It was a quiet location, not far from the aft elevator bank. There was very little noise in our section. Exiting our stateroom we faced a wall so there was not really any problem meeting others exitng their staterooms.

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