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These are the newest deck plans for Jewel of the Seas Deck 6 deck. Cruisedeckplans provides full interactive deck plans for the Jewel of the Seas Deck 6 deck. Just move your mouse over any stateroom and a pop up will appear with detail information, including a full description and floor layout, and a link to pictures and/or videos.
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The Congo BarGuests can sit at the square-shaped bar serving cocktails such as Mojitos or at a table near the windows and enjoy the great views.
Zanzibar LoungeOffers polished wood furniture, brass work and tables to sit at that have checkers, chess or backgammon boards built into them for guests to enjoy.
The Safari ClubA customizable entertainment space with four different clubs: The Games Reserve, Serengeti Card Club, The Congo Bar and Zanzibar Lounge. The area includes bars and dance floor and is decorated with dark wood, parquet flooring and large carved wood giraffe heads in the center.
The Game ReservesHome to the ships self-balancing Gyro pool tables that compensate for the movement of the ship as well as large screen televisions.
Serengeti Card ClubHas a selection of board games and cards in addition to large tables for playing cards on. Bridge players get togethers are held here.
Schooner BarSeats 134 guests and is the ships nautically themed piano bar.
Giovannis TableJewel of the Seas select Italian dining room seating 95 guests and open from 6.00pm to 9.30pm.
Chops GrilleJewel of the Seas select Steakhouse with seating for 86 guests and open from 6.00pm to 9.30pm each evening, with a cover charge of $30.00 per person.
Champagne BarWith large sloping windows offering great sea views, the quiet and elegant bar serves as the perfect place to enjoy a glass of champagne or sample some of the most exclusive wines from all over the world.
Casino RoyaleEquipped with gaming tables, around 200 slot machines from penny slots to $25 slots and electronic gaming, it is served by its own bar.
The Pit StopIt’s the ideal place for a beer and to catch up with the latest sporting events aired on the TV’s screens above the bar and all around the room which is decorated with racing memorabilia and features seating with checkered designs.
CinemaAn intimate traditional style viewing room where recent movies are shown on a large screen. Films are shown several times a day in different languages to cater for all passengers onboard.
Coral TheaterThe ship's main entertainment theater.
Outside PromenadeOutside promenade deck that circles around the ship. In the forward part of the promenade you can go up a set of stairs to Deck 6 and then all the way forward to bow. You will find bench seating and a Helicopter Pad
CentrumOpen atrium that extends to the top of the ship
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The cruise line separates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.
Royal Caribbean has the most complicted and most difficult to understand category coding of all the major cruise lines. Its complicated because some cabins can be classified many different ways, sometimes without rhymn or reason. In some cases they also use the same color to denote two different categories.
They use a number followed by letter to denote the type of cabin. Cabins are ranked from the lowest number first to the highest number and also from the lowest letter first to the highest letter. Therefore a category that begins with 1 is consider a better cabin choice than one that begins with 3. The type of cabin is defined by the letter that appears after the number.
Letter V defines a inside cabin. Letter T defines a promenade view stateroom. A Boardwalk view balcony uses the letters I,J.
Oceanview cabins are defined by letter N. Spacious oceanview cabins by the letter M. Panoramic oceanview cabins are defined with the letters P and L. Letter S defines a boardwalk view cabin.
Spacious balconies are defined by the letter B. Regular balcony cabins use the letter D.
|Four pullman beds|
|Sleeps up to 3|
|Sleeps up to 4|
|Sofa and pullman bed|
|Two pullman beds|