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Jewel of the Seas

One of Royal Caribbean’s most contemporary, intimately-sized ships

Jewel of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean’s most contemporary, intimately-sized ships, having undergone a stunning $30m makeover in 2016.

She boasts an array of exciting family features including a poolside movie screen, rock climbing and West End style entertainment.

Dining options onboard include the rustic Italian cuisine at Giovanni’s Table and zesty Mexican flavours at Sabor.

The elegant ship includes a spectacular, three-storey main dining room; an exotic Thailand-themed, adults-only Solarium with a retractable glass roof; two intimate specialty restaurants; and the full-service ShipShape Day Spa, equipped with a thermal suite, which includes heated tile loungers facing the ocean, an aromatherapy steam room, a sauna and tropical rain showers.

Jewel of the Seas also has a playful side, including active options such as Royal Caribbean’s signature rock-climbing wall, a jogging track, a basketball and volleyball court, ping pong tables, a nine-hole miniature golf course, the ShipShape Fitness Center and two self-leveling, gyroscopic pool tables.

The Adventure Ocean Youth Programme offers guests ages three to 17 activities ranging from scavenger hunts and sports tournaments to art and science workshops. Teens have their own exclusive hangout, Fuel nightclub, complete with a soda bar, dance floor and DJ music.

The whole family can head to the Coral Theater at night for one of Jewel’s three stage productions. In addition, a variety of comedians, singers, piano players and musicians appear throughout Jewel’s numerous bars and lounges.

Jewel of the Seas

Vital statistics

Operated by Royal Caribbean International
Built at Meyer Werft in Germany
Entered service: 8 May, 2004
Refurbishbed: April 2016
Registered: Bahamas
Gross tonnage: 90,090 tons
Passengers: 2,501
Passenger decks: 12
Lifts: 16
Crew: 858
Cabins: 1,056 including
:: 818 outside
:: 577 withy balcony
:: 238 inside
:: 14 with wheelchair access
Length: 962ft
Width: 106ft
Engines: diesel-electric


Five dining venues (one main restaurant), themed bars, two show lounges, casino, cinema,three-storey theatre library, three swimming pools (one inside), poolside movie screen, three whirlpools, day spa and fitness center, indoor/outdoor country club with golf simulator, rock climbing wall, children’s facilities.

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