Jewel of the Seas deck plans

Jewel of the Seas arriving in Oslo

Detailed deck plans for guest levels on Royal Caribbean’s Jewel of the Seas cruise ship. Accommodation plans and common areas.

Jewel of the Seas

Jewel of the Seas

Jewel of the Seas call Limassol its homeport for the summer of 2021! It is the first time a cruise ship of such a caliber is available for a whole season out of Cyprus. The Jewel of the Seas is a magnificent cruiser made her maiden voyage in 2004 and was refurbished in 2017. It can carry over 2,100 passengers and has a towering 13 deck configuration.

A series of 16 seven-day cruises departing from Limassol on Saturdays is scheduled, spanning from July to October. The itineraries are relatively similar, making calls in various Greek island and mainland Greece.

Salamis Filoxenia Cruise Prices

Salamis Filoxenia in Beirut

Prices for Salamis Filoxenia two day and longer cruises to Greece, Rhodes, Kos, Lebanon and the Holy Land from Limassol Cyprus.

Salamis Filoxenia

Salamis Filoxenia

The Salamis Filoxenia can comfortably carry 850 passengers in its suites and cabins, with the great majority of them being sea facing ones. Maximum cruising speed is 16 knots and it has a length of 157 meters.  Facilities include sky bar with panoramic views, lounge with nightly show, swimming pool, casino, gym, sauna, children’s play room, internet cafe and a duty free shop.  All cabins have air conditioning and shower or bath with WC as well as flat screen TVs with satellite reception.