Norwegian Jewel

Want to take a cruise on a ship so amazing you might not want to get off it? Cruise on Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Jewel to Alaska, the Pacific Coast, or the Mexican Riviera.

Norwegian Jewel is the flagship vessel in Norwegian’s Jewel Class of cruise liners. It’s a ship that has everything you could ever want: large suites, plenty of glass and open spaces to view the sea, and much more.

Let’s take a look at what’s in store for you on a Norwegian Jewel cruise to the Pacific, Alaska, or Mexico.

The Ship

Norwegian Jewel boasts some of the largest accommodations of any cruise ship. It features many styles of décor in the staterooms and many sizes of rooms, so you can have the space you want and need whether you’re a single, part of a couple, or a family or group cruising. If you want to go all out on Norwegian Jewel, you can opt to stay in The Haven, a large and stately suite that offers access to a private pool deck.

Norwegian Jewel is a ship made for gathering and entertaining. It features tons of deck space, plenty of places for lounging and enjoying live music, and activities for all types of travelers.

The Itineraries

Norwegian Jewel takes cruisers to the icy waters of Alaska, to star-studded locales on the Pacific Coast of the United States, and to enchanting destinations in the Mexican Rivera.

On an Alaskan cruise on Norwegian Jewel, you can take a 10-day Glacier Bay journey from Seattle or a 7-day Sawyer Bay voyage from Seattle. These cruises put you face to face with adventures in the wild, chilly wilderness of beautiful Alaska.

Pacific Coastal cruises on Norwegian Jewel go from one scenic city to another, stopping at ports of call from Vancouver to Los Angeles. They offer cruisers the chance to view stunning redwoods, world-class beaches, and famous landmarks.

Mexican Riviera cruises on Norwegian Jewel begin in either Los Angeles or Vancouver. They range from 6 to 12-day trips that allow passengers to explore Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Cabo San Lucas, and other Mexican coastal cities.


There are 16 options for dining on Norwegian Jewel, including  casual and upscale eateries. If you just want light snacks and coffee, you can head to Java Café or to The Great Outdoors. For heartier dining, visit the Azura Main Dining Room or Chin Chin Asian Restaurant. Specialty French and Japanese fare is available at restaurants that charge a small add-on fee. Room services is offered 24 hours a day on Norwegian Jewel.

Bars and Clubs

Norwegian Jewel’s bars and clubs offer the opportunity to mingle with friends, meet new people, and indulge in tasty libations and great music. You can spend the evening at FYZZ Cabaret Lounge Bar, reveling in ultraviolet artwork and karaoke contests. Moderno Bar is where you’ll find all your favorite drink classics. If you like traditional Japanese Spirits, visit Sake Bar on Norwegian Jewel.


For fun in the sun on Norwegian Jewel, you can jet down a huge waterslide, relax poolside, swim, soak in the hot tub, or go walking or jogging on a track. Sports fanatics love to play outdoor basketball, tennis, and volleyball. If you’re traveling Norwegian Jewel with kids, you can take them on the Kids’ Only Sapphire Pool, which features mini slides and a paddling area.

These are just a small handful of the experiences you can have aboard Norwegian Jewel. There are fitness classes at your disposal, a salon offering hair and nail styling, an art gallery, and more. Norwegian Jewel is a ship with so many chances for excitement, onboard or in port. Find out more about Norwegian Jewel cruises today!

Norwegian Jewel

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