Norwegian Jewel Review

Norwegian Jewel Cruise to Nowhere 2 night out of NYC

Review for Nowhere Cruise on Norwegian Jewel
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jan 2013
Cabin: Inside

Cruise to Nowehere: 2 night. Pools open and heated. Shower gel and shampoo in dispensers in shower. All rooms have hairdryer. Generous with towels. No disposable cups, bring your own if you want them. Beds were comfortable, have flat and thick pillows, 2 of each. Nice duvet. $12pp/day gratuities. Ice dispensers in buffet have filtered water. Lipton teas, include lemon, orange green and black.

We cruised the Norwegian Jewel for a 2 night cruise to nowhere Jan 18-20th. Arrived at the terminal approximately 10:30am. Received group 5 boarding. Not bad since last time we were in the 29th group! Waited comfortably until boarding began. It was delayed today, due to the late arrival of the Jewel from her returning Carribean cruise.

Upon embarkation, which went smoothly, we went to the Garden Cafe ( the buffet) for lunch. Some of the hot food was offered on the kind of warmers that looked like flat plates, while others were on steamer trays. I noticed that food was changed regularly; nothing ever looked old/dried out. For lunch I had grilled tilapia, smothered in spinach and a delicious soup- can't remember what kind. We then toured the ship, and decided to take a nap, before the mandatory 3:15 life boat drill.

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cabin 9015 typical inside cabin, in front of the boat. No noise from the elevator, very good location. Easy to get to the shows, buffets and the pool. Bathroom small but manageable, nice shower with sliding door. Well lit room. Only problem is light shining in from peep hole in door, at night. Didn't have my trusty duct tape.

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