Norwegian Jade

Norwegian Jade is a cruise ship for Norwegian Cruise Line, originally built as the Pride of Hawaii for their NCL America division. She was christened in a ceremony at the San Pedro Pier in Los Angeles, California on May 22, 2006. This Panamax form-factor ship was built at Meyer Werft Shipyard, in Papenburg, Germany, and registers at just over 93,500 gross tons.

Norwegian Jade is the 2nd of Norwegian Cruise Lines Jewel-class ships, together with Norwegian Gem, Norwegian Jewel and Norwegian Pearl. 

Your dream holiday is waiting on the Norwegian Jade. Sail on a Europe cruise and explore castles, cathedrals, romantic islands, and sophisticated cities. Toss your schedule to the breeze on a Caribbean cruise and bask on pristine beaches while enjoying island cocktails. Or take the world's greatest shortcut on a Panama Canal cruise.

 

  • Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Gross Tonnage (grt): 93,558
  • Length (m): 294
  • Width (m): 38
  • Cruise Speed (knots): 25
  • Deck: 15
  • Number of Cabins: 1,201
  • Passenger Capacity: 2,402

Facilities

  • 2 Complimentary Dining Rooms
  • Complimentary Buffet Restaurant
  • Complimentary Restaurant
  • 2 Complimentary Snack Bars
  • 11 Bars & Lounges
  • Theater
  • Jade Club Casino
  • Video Arcade
  • 2 Pools
  • Kid's Pool
  • Treatment Rooms
  • Thermal Suite
  • 2 Whirlpools
  • Adult Only Pool
  • Spa & Salon
  • Hair Salon
  • Fitness Center
  • Aerobics
  • Jogging Track
  • Shuffleboard Court
  • Golf
  • Multipurpose Sports Pitch
  • Youth Center
  • Kids Club
  • Library
  • Photo Gallery
  • Art Gallery
  • Internet Cafe
  • Card Room
  • 3 Meeting Rooms
  • Boutiques
  • Photo Studio
  • Chapel
  • Medical Center

About the Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line is an internationally operating cruise line headquartered in Miami, Florida with two offices in Wiesbaden and London overseeing operations in Europe. 

 

Norwegian Cruise Line is the innovator in cruise travel with a 50-year history of breaking the boundaries of traditional cruising, most notably with the introduction of Freestyle Cruising (which means that there are no set times or seating arrangements for meals, nor is formal attire required) which revolutionised the industry by giving guests more freedom and flexibility. Today, Norwegian invites guests to "Cruise Like a Norwegian" on one of 13 purpose-built Freestyle Cruising ships, providing guests the opportunity to enjoy a relaxed cruise holiday on some of the newest and most contemporary ships at sea. In August 2014, the line was named "Europe's Leading Cruise Line" for the seventh consecutive year, as well as in October 2014, for the second consecutive year, "Caribbean's Leading Cruise Line" by the World Travel Awards. In addition the company has received the World Travel Award as "World's Leading Large Ship Cruise Line" from 2012 to 2014.

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