GTS Jewel of the Seas – Past and Present

GTS Jewel of the Seas

© Wil Weijsters

Jewel of the Seas Р© Wil Weijsters (Barbados,23/01/2008)

Steel twin Azimuthing pod ‚ÄúRadiance class‚ÄĚ motor vessel built in 2004 by Meyer Werft GmbH, Papenburg Germany(Yard No 658) as a Passenger/Cruise ship

Technical Data

  • Original Cost: $350 million
  • Length: 293.20¬†m (overall) 266.23 m (between perpendiculars)
    Breadth: 39.20 m
    Depth: 10.70 m
    Draught: 8.50 m (Summer)
    Tonnage: 90090 gross/53825 net/11936t deadweight
    Engines: Two General-Electric Marine-Fincantieri LM 2500 gas turbines
    Power: 59000kW/78600bHP
    Speed: 24.0 knots (Cruise) 25.0 (Max)
  • Passenger Decks: 12
    Capacity: 2100 (2500 max)
  • Crew: 885
    Call Sign: C6FW9
    MMSI Number:
     311583000
  • IMO Number:¬†9228356
  • Official Number: 9000084
    Port of Registry: Nassau/Bahamas
    Sister Ships: Brilliance of the Seas, Radiance of the Seas, Serenade of the Seas

Current Location

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History

September 26th 2001: Keel laid.

Jewel of the Seas

April 4th 2004: Delivered to Jewel of the Seas Inc. Manager; Royal Caribbean Cruises

April 22nd 2004: Completed.

 

Jewel of the Seas Р© Aleksi Lindström

May 8th 2004: Maiden voyage.

 

Jewel of the Seas Р© Aleksi Lindström

August 21st 2020: Arrived at Dover from Gibraltar.

 

🆕 ¬© Dover Strait Shipping (Dover, 22/08/2020)

August 23rd 2020: Left Dover showing destination as Poole.


All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Dover Strait Shipping, Aleksi Lindström and Wil Weijsters for their assistance in producing this feature.

Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)

 


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