Back in 2013 Navigator of the Seas spent a whole month in dry dock for her revitalization, she now can wow her new guests with enhanced dining options, the famous Flowrider Surf Simulator and innovative new staterooms including the virtual balconies. At a hugely impressive 138,000 tonnes and measuring 1,020 feet Navigator was, and with her recent face lift still is one of the biggest cruise ships at sea since her launch in 2002. Navigator is the sister ship of the popular locally based ship the Mariner of the Seas, and can be found cruising the waters of the Western Caribbean, Eastern Med and Africa and the Middle East all year round.
Navigator of the Seas Features
The incredible Navigator of the Seas was the 4th addition to the Voyager Class by Royal Caribbean and was built for lots of Adventure, plenty of relaxation and everything else inbetween. Whilst onboard you'll be able to enjoy a host of the iconic features that Royal Caribbean guests enjoy today on the likes of the Oasis of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas.
If you're after relaxation chill out by one of the 3 pools or take a dip in one of the 6 whirlpools, including a open air adults-only swimming pool. Its probably inevitable that you'll gain a little weight whilst onboard, fear not though as you can keep in shape at the ship's oceanview gym complete with top of the range fitness facilities, group classes, and a running/inline skating track. There are also the super Spa treatments available at the Elemis Vitality Spa, which also features a hydrotherapy pool.
Travelling with your little ones? Navigator of the Seas also caters well for family cruises, with a host of extra facilities such as the cyber cafe, a rock climbing wall, arcade area and amazing age-appropriate group activities through the Adventure Ocean clubs, there's even a teen club called Optix. Two other features include the splash pool and waterslide giving children a place to play outside without interrupting with the peace and quiet of the main pool. Why don't you and the kids go to conquer the Rock climbing wall or find your competitive side on the basketball court, ice-skating rink or mini-golf course.
Night time comes alive by meeting Shrek on the Royal Promenade during the parades, grab yourself a coffee or something a little stronger, or go dancing in the numerous entertainment venues and nightclub. There's also duty-free shopping and if you break the bank take a chance to try your luck in the casino to win it all back!
Navigator of the Seas Staterooms
After a hard day or exploration it's time to retire to your welcoming stateroom. Whether it is an inside cabin, an Oceanview or new virtual balcony, there is something to suit every budget. Try a Panoramic Oceanview, with floor to ceiling windows, or a Balcony Stateroom to really get a feel for the sea air! The most spacious and luxurious cabins are the Suites, with various categories such as Junior, Deluxe and Royal suite.
• Two twin beds or one Royal King bed , Sitting Area
• Luxurious bedding
• TV, telephone and safe
• Private bathroom with shower, vanity area and hair dryer
• Room service available