Given the ramped up entertainment options on other Royal Caribbean ships, the more midsize capacity and largely standard activity programming of Jewel of the Seas feels dangerously close to traditional. However, it's a perfect fit for cruisers used to the more laid back pace of cruises, and is a welcome respite from the mega ship mentality of the rest of the Royal Caribbean fleet.
|Cruise Line||Royal Caribbean|
|Builder||Meyer Werft (Germany)|
|Passenger/Crew Ratio||1 : 0.4 (#205 of 333)|
|Passenger/Space Ratio||1 : 42.7 (#73 of 226)|
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