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ROYAL CARIBBEAN - JEWEL OF THE SEAS: 6-Night "Western Caribbean" Roundtrip Ft. Lauderdale
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"You can sleep when you get home." So read the Royal Caribbean press releases and brochures. And despite the cabin comforts aboard the Jewel of the Seas, fourth in their series of ultra-popular 90,000-ton liners, it's true - the folks at Royal Caribbean do all they can to entice you out of those cabins. Here's a sampling of enticements aboard the Jewel of the Seas guaranteed to make your cabin feel lonely:
  • Specialty dining choices. You've got the always-casual Seaview Café, the mouth-watering steaks from Chops Grille or the intimate dining setting and Italian cuisine of Portofino. These, in addition to the two-level main dining room with cascading waterfall, the Windjammer Café for on-the-go dining and the wandering food carts of the "Midnight Delight." And if you must remain in your room? 24-hour room service!
  • Lounges, bars, theaters and cabarets. From the four, distinct venues at Colony Club - including The Game Reserves with its self-leveling pool tables - to the top-of-the-ship Viking Crown Lounge and at least a half dozen other options, you've got more entertainment choices aboard than most towns ashore! And if you must remain in your room? Data port hook ups for your laptop so you can entertain yourself communicating with the office you left behind.
  • Sports & Fitness. Where is it written that cruise passengers must gain weight on their cruise? Though there're plenty of places to put on the pounds, there're plenty more to take them off - the rock climbing wall for starters. Plus, the enormous, two-level ShipShape Fitness Center, a sports court, golf simulators and putting green, a jogging track, and one of the most adventurous list of shore excursion activities (kayaking, hiking, diving, rafting) found anywhere. And if you must remain in your room? Push-ups, crunches and jumping jacks - your cabin is plenty big enough!
  • Kid's Activities. Your kids will find the cabin useful for one thing - sleeping. And that sleep will be deep, what with all the daytime calorie-burners and attention-getters the Jewel has in store. "Adventure Ocean," Royal Caribbean's terrific kids program, mixes entertainment with education with four, age-specific groupings. The little ones have their finger-painting and games; the teens have their 'disco' and pool! And if they must remain in the room? There's the TV with Discovery Channel®, first-run movies and satellite programming with children's shows.
  • The Ocean. No matter how comfortable your cabin may be, there's the lure of the ocean - the views out to sea. If your cabin is on Deck 7, 8, 9 or 10, chances are you have a private balcony outside that glass door. But wherever you are onboard the Jewel you're only steps from a sea view. Glass elevators, glass walls, a glass solarium and acres of open deck space offer an open, airy feeling throughout. And if you must remain in your cabin? Watch TV - there's a Bridge-mounted camera pointed out to sea!
.Recommended for:
.Not Recommended for:
  • All ages but particularly popular with families and couples
  • Newlyweds, groups, and special occasions such family reunions
  • Active, "Get Out There" passengers
  • Passengers seeking total, uncompromised luxury. The Jewel of the Seas, though decidedly "upscale" in facilities and atmosphere, offers a mainstream cruise experience.
  • Passengers who insist on ultra-flexible dining. The Jewel offers the traditional style of dining with assigned dining times and tables. Still, there are plenty of alternative dining options to mix up the dining experience.

ShipShopper Index™:
Year Built:
2004
Size Category:
Large (90,090 tons)
Passengers:
2,100
"Elbowroom" Factor:
Roomy
Outside Cabins:
81%
Balcony Cabins:
55%
Sister Ships:
Radiance of the Seas, Brilliance of the Seas, Serenade of the Seas
Length:
962 feet
Width:
106 feet
Crew:
900
Registration: Liberia

Cruise Itinerary
 DATE PORT ARRIVE DEPART
  DAY 1  FT. LAUDERDALE    05:00 PM
  DAY 2  Key West  07:00 AM  03:00 PM
  DAY 3  Cozumel (Yucatan)  10:00 AM  08:00 PM
  DAY 4  Costa Maya (Yucatan)  08:00 AM  04:00 PM
  DAY 5  Grand Cayman  10:00 AM  06:00 PM
  DAY 6  At sea    
  DAY 7  FT. LAUDERDALE  08:00 AM  

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