What to Expect
Everything you love about Jewish summer camp- at sea! Check back in February for our 2024 cruise information!
The health and safety of our participants is our priority. We require a negative rapid Covid test to be taken within 24 hours of boarding the cruise. Please send your result to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Covid test result”.
What to Expect at Nai
Jewish summer camp- at sea! Check back in February for our 2024 overview!
All cabin types will accommodate two participants, have two twin beds that convert to a royal king, a sitting area with sofa and private bathroom. Royal Caribbean offers the following options:
- Interior Cabin (60 spots available): Our interior staterooms include basic amenities for you to enjoy. Please note these rooms do not have windows and/or views of the sea.
- Window Cabin (30 spots available): Spectacular sights and amazing views from the comfort of your stateroom.
- Oceanview with Balcony (40 spots available): Breathtaking views to take in all the wonder and excitement of your destination.
Breakfast is available Friday, Sunday, and Monday. Lunch and dinner are available every day. You may choose to eat at additional restaurants aboard the Royal Caribbean outside of our group’s meals but any upcharges will be your responsibility. Kosher options are available through registration.
Full Time Staff
Mollie Rose, Camp Program Manager
Mollie is the Camp Program Manager for Camp Nai Nai Nai. Formerly, Mollie was a Sr. Community Manager for 3.5 years who oversaw Southern houses and pods at Moishe House. She is based in Dallas, Texas, and attended her first Camp Nai in December 2021 at Camp Texas. Before Moishe House, Mollie worked at YETI Coolers, LLC headquarters in Austin, and in Student Affairs at Southern Methodist University and Eastfield College. Mollie has been actively involved in the Dallas Jewish community and continues to volunteer and participate in other local Jewish organizations. During her free time, she enjoys dancing at her local dance studio, playing golf or participating in other group exercise classes, exploring museums, and camping with her dog. Mollie has a bachelors degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Masters degree from Southern Methodist.
Arona Mostov, Camps and Immersive Experiences Specialist
Arona has been a Moishe House community member in three cities (Columbus, OH, Boston, and NYC) and is thrilled to help plan memorable camp experiences for the community. Arona loves Moishe House in that it supports diverse Jewish communities around the world. Arona attended The Ohio State University, studying International Relations & Diplomacy, Russian, and Middle Eastern Studies. She also studied at Tel Aviv University and interned with the Tel Aviv Board of Tourism. Arona has a background in international student advising, international education and programming, and immigration law. Most recently, Arona served as Immigration Associate at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Arona can be found baking the perfect babka, teaching barre classes in New York City, and spending time with her cat, Herzl.