Review of the Norwegian Jade
There’s something deeply romantic about a ship that spends its days cruising across Europe and the Mediterranean, docking from iconic port to port. A perfect example is the beautiful Norwegian Jade ship from Norwegian Cruise Line. Constantly making its way from picturesque European city to sandy Mediterranean shores, the Norwegian Jade rejects the traditional cruise ship culture and offers something quite unique. Here’s a look at what to expect on board.
What’s so unique?
The Norwegian Jade can boast a truly diverse and multi-cultural passenger load as is the case with many cruise experiences, the Norwegian Jade attracts Canadians, Australians, Germans, French, Spanish and Japanese just to name a few.
But it’s not just the multicultural clientele that sets this cruise apart. The Norwegian Jade also offers a uniquely relaxed and open vibe, setting it apart from the traditional and often more formal cruise atmosphere. It’s what the Norwegian’s calls its freestyle approach to cruising, offering great choice and freedom across its vessels, including the latest offering, the Norwegian Epic. This culture applies to everything from their dining to their entertainment and facilities.
The Norwegian Jade experience
By focusing on the Med and Europe, the Norwegian Jade covers an incredible range of iconic destinations. Whether you’re docking in Egypt, Italy, Greece or Croatia, the Norwegian Jade is designed to accommodate your experience there in the daytime, whilst providing the best facilities in the evening.
There is plenty of choice on board, with a total of 19 different dining options available. So whether you’re in the mood for steak, Spanish tapas or Japanese Teppanyaki – you’re sure to find it on board. Be aware that not all of these are covered in your cruise fare, but the options that are included like the considerable buffet and a number of fine dining restaurants are of exceptionally good quality.
There’s plenty to keep both you and the kids entertained on ship. For younger members of the family, the choice of waterslides, kid’s centres, teen discos and a 2-storey Nintendo Wii gaming platform ought to keep them entertained. If you’re a little too old for video games, you might be more interested in the choice of bars, spa facilities and hot tubs available.