The following additional per person fees apply to all reservations: 

  • $320 non-commissionable fares & port fees
  • Prepaid gratuities of $130 for Suites, $110 for Aqua and Concierge Class guests, and $99 for all other guests
  • Extra Guests are $999 in Suites, $699 for Aqua and Concierge Class, and $599 for all other room types
  • All prices listed above are in U.S. Dollars and subject to change at any time. 
  • All rates, including prepaid gratuities, are per person based on double occupancy. A single occupancy stateroom is 200% of rates above, plus 200% gratuity charge.
  • Stateroom descriptions, sizing, and locations on deck plans are approximate, as are locations on deck plans. These are provided for informational purposes only and may vary within a category. Please see the Celebrity Cruises website for more details but understand that these are subject to change at any time. Some staterooms may have partially obstructed views or other limitations which may or may not be known at the time of booking.
  • This is a new ship and it's very possible that some things will be different from the renderings we have received. Atlantis is not responsible for errors or omissions regarding stateroom and ship amenities.

Room Share Program Policies

  • Guests booked in the Atlantis room share program must be able to travel on their own and be respectful of their roommate's needs, including providing a quiet environment to sleep.  
  • Roommates are matched on a smoking preference only. No smoking is allowed in staterooms at any time.

Deposit and Cancellation Policies

  • All bookings require an $800 deposit at time of booking with final payments due on December 17, 2018.
  • Cancellation penalties start at time of booking.
  • Suites (except Sky Suites) require payment in full no later than 120 days prior to departure, and payment is non-refundable at that time.
  • All reservations are subject to Atlantis Cancellation/Refund Policy and Terms and Conditions.


Overview - Staterroms - Deck Plans - What's on board :


Norwegian Jewel is a cruise ship operated by Norwegian Cruise Line. She is the lead vessel of NCL's Jewel class cruise ships and entered service in 2005.

Norwegian Jewel is NCL's first of four Jewel-class ships. She was followed in 2006 by Norwegian Jade (originally Pride of Hawaii) and Norwegian Pearl, and then in 2007 by Norwegian Gem. Each ship has unique amenities, but has a similar exterior and interior design.

Norwegian Jewel was preceded at NCL by two Libra-class ships; Norwegian Star, which entered service in 2001, and Norwegian Dawn, which entered service in 2002. Although the Libra-class ships have a similar exterior appearance to the Jewel class, there are significant interior and amenity differences that merit their different class designation.

As the namesake of our Jewel-Class cruise ships, you can bet Norwegian Jewel’s got it all. As well as offering some of the largest The Haven Suites & Villas at sea, there are staterooms to accommodate everyone’s need and budget. When it comes to food and entertainment, this ship’s filled with excitement: 19 dining options, 14 bars and lounges and that’s just the beginning. So, come aboard and cruise to great destinations, like Florida and the Bahamas from New York and New England in the Fall.

From traditional fine dining to endless buffets with custom-order action stations, there is a host of delicious options included in your cruise fare. For an additional cover charge, you’ll have access to a world of possibilities including gourmet French, Japanese Teppanyaki and an upscale steakhouse – 19 different dining options in all.

Fabulous shows in the Stardust Theatre, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, Nintendo Wii™ on a 2-storey screen, waterslides, bars and lounges of all kinds, pools, hot tubs, kid’s centres, teen discos and more are all on board and included in your cruise fare.

Flexible accommodation ranges from the affordable to the over-the-top opulence of our The Haven Suites.