The Jewel Of The Seas is one of four vessels that make up Royal Caribbean’s Radiance Class of ships, each of which set sail for some of the most amazing parts of the world throughout the year.
Although not the largest vessel in the company’s fleet, the Jewel is no less spectacular or well equipped. You can take your pick from a splendid variety of restaurants, cafes and bar areas, and enjoy a wonderfully friendly and elegant atmosphere.
As with its sister ships in the Radiance Class and all of Royal Caribbean’s main vessels in fact, there is a massively broad range of activities that you can get involved with or ignore to your heart’s content while on board the Jewel Of The Seas. You can have a round of crazy golf, or play some volleyball, climb a purpose-built outdoor wall or even play pool on a table designed to somehow stay level even out on choppy waters.
Perhaps the most impressive attraction on board though is the adults-only solarium, which is surrounded by lush foliage and offers passengers every chance to relax and unwind without a care in the world. The solarium sits right within the centre of the ship and with a retractable roof it is quite a remarkable design feature. Another striking element of the ship’s design is the scale and range of window spaces that allow passengers to enjoy views out to sea more often and more thoroughly than with almost any other commercial vessel that’s out there.
In terms of destinations, the Jewel sails to areas not so far from the UK like Scandinavia, the northern fjords and Iceland, as well as rather more far-flung regions like Canada and the Caribbean. And while Royal Caribbean tends to offer some of the best value holidays available to UK consumers at any given time you might also want to consider the best P&O cruise deals on offer if you’re planning a trip this year or next.