How many passengers are on the Norwegian Jewel?

The 2,376-passenger Norwegian Jewel (the namesake of the line’s Jewel-class ships) has been cruising since 2005 and underwent an extensive renovation in December 2018. It reemerged boasting refreshed dining venues, updated lounges, premier entertainment options and redesigned staterooms.

Is NCL giving full refunds?

Enjoy our Flexible Cancellation Policy For cruises departing thru October 2021, cancel up to 15 days before embarkation date and get a full refund in the form of a Future Cruise Credit. Additionally, for all cruises departing through March 31, 2022, cancel up to 61 days prior for a full refund.

Where is the Norwegian Jewel cruise ship located?

Norwegian Jewel current location is at North West Atlantic Ocean (coordinates 25.77435 N / -80.16361 W) cruising en route to MIAMI. The AIS position was reported 8 minutes ago. Launched in 2005, Norwegian Jewel is the 1st of Norwegian Cruise Lines Jewel-class ships, together with Norwegian Gem, Norwegian Jade and Norwegian Pearl.

Is the Norwegian Jewel cancelling its itinerary?

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What are the activities on the Norwegian Jewel?

The first of Norwegian Cruise Line’s Jewel-class ships, Norwegian Jewel may lack many of the bells and whistles of its younger fleetmates (no rock wall, bowling alley or ropes course), but it’s anything but boring. With dozens of daily activities, numerous lounges for live music and 10 eateries, the variety of choices is dazzling.

What to wear on a Norwegian Jewel cruise?

Evening: You might spot a handful of passengers in suits or cocktail dresses on the ship’s one (very optional) formal night, but most stick to a fairly laid-back version of formal (i.e. pants, collared shirts, sundresses, skirts, etc.).

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