Norwegian Jade Cruise Ship knows the secret formula for a perfect, totally satisfying cruising adventure. The Norwegian Jade is the first of the Norwegian Cruise Line to sail across Europe. Built in 2006, it invites a maximum of 2,376 passengers to an unforgettable exploration across the most Europe.
The ship is considered special because it breaks from traditional cruise formalities and takes on a “Freestyle” design. Its main attraction rests mainly on the opportunity that you have to discover and tour around the best cities of Europe while having ultimate fun and relaxation aboard the cruise ship.
Norwegian Jade has two main dining rooms (Grand Pacific and Alizar) offering five-star dining choices. Grand Pacific is much larger and more traditional, where passengers are suggested to make reservations first. Alizar main dining room has an open-seating dining that attracts guests to enjoy lunch or dinner in an intimate and elegant bistro. It is also common in all restaurants of the ship that chefs are also always experimental in giving the public special food delights of different cuisines. The cruise ship also has several other international restaurants where you can dine.
Entertainment and Nightlife
There is the two-floor Stardust Theater, which is the main venue for shows of Vegas and Broadway styles and magical productions. For karaoke lovers, the Medusa Longue and Nightclub has three private karaoke rooms where guests can sing their hearts out all day and night long. Another venue to check out for is the Spinnaker Longue, a host to a variety of entertainment shows with comedians and disc jockeys (DJs).
The ship possesses flexible and versatile accommodations including the spacious Garden Villas. The villas have three bedrooms, a living and a dining room and even their very own private garden and hot tub. The majorities of the ship’s cabins is located outside and include balconies. They are all comfortable staterooms, complete with amenities such as Internet access, television and a closet.
Guests can dip themselves into the cool waters of the ship’s two large swimming pools. Its fitness center and aerobics room are open very early and close at very late hours. There is also the spa and salon that offers guests a chance to relax and unwind. There are also other activities on board like shuffleboard, sports deck and courts and a track for jogging and walking that will keep you busy on board.
The ship charges $10 per day for each person and $5 per day for children between 3 to 12 years. There is no charge on standard gratuity for bar bills, they are left to the discretion of the traveler.
Taking the Kids
Aside from the two swimming pools, the ship also has another pool exclusively for kids so parents can bring be assured of their children’s safety. Kids can also play games of Nintendo Wii onboard. The ship’s program for children divides them into four groups and provides them with age appropriate activities.