Navigator of the Seas showcases Royal Caribbean's aim to provide "the ultimate adventure" their renowned style for pushing the limits of what is possible on a cruise. The Voyager class ship was the fourth to enter service and matches her sister ships, Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas, Adventure of the Seas and Mariner of the Seas in every way. Weighing in at 138,000 tonnes and carrying 3,114 passengers, she is a proud testament to the engineering and design of the industry.
Navigator of the Seas takes in the enchanting mixture of sun kissed islands and historic cities on her Mediterranean cruises and the idyllic combination of white sands and bright blue skies on her Caribbean cruises.
The Voyager class ship is filled with entertainment for all, from rock climbing walls and wonderful spas, to an ice-rink — yes an ice-rink at sea — or a fully fledged theatre production. There are great pools, a huge choice of lounge bars and a fantastic kids club. Everything you'll ever need on a cruise holiday is available on this ship.
Navigator of the Seas is the first ship to introduce Virtual Balcony staterooms. A brand new concept at sea, where inside rooms boast an 80 inch floor-to-ceiling high definition screen that projects real time views and sounds of the passing landscapes.
Recent Upgrades: Navigator of the Seas has benefitted from an outdoor movie screen, ship-wide Wi-Fi, a new nursery and new Concierge &s Diamond Clubs. The Park Cafe, Chef's Table and Giovanni's table have also been introduced and Vintages wine bar has been updated.
Navigator of the Seas offers culinary experiences especially created to satisfy even the most adventurous of tastes. The Italian Portofino restaurant offers an intimate atmosphere where mouth watering cuisine is served, whilst over at Johnny Rockets burgers, fries and shakes prove irresistible in its fifties style diner atmosphere. For the traditional cruise dining experience head to the main dining rooms, serving several courses of sumptuous cuisine.
Other exciting grills and cafes are located on the ship and provide a service that is second to none. After you've enjoyed your meal, why not be apart of history by visiting the first Ben and Jerry's® ice cream parlour to take to the seas. And don't forget the complimentary 24 hour room service.
As you would expect from a ship of this scale, entertainment onboard Navigator of the Seas is widely varied and exciting. The Metropolis theatre is a beautifully decorated five-tiered space arranged over three decks and entertains audiences with West End style shows.
The casino is dedicated to giving you a fantastic night of fun and entertainment, and caters for every type of gaming preference including Black Jack, stud poker and of course roulette. Gaming lessons are also on hand for novices and instruct on the basics allowing you to enjoy a game like a pro.
Boleros Latin-themed club is where the ship's night life really comes alive with Latin passion and dance. As well as all of these facilities there are plenty more bars, lounges and clubs located throughout the ship where you can enjoy a quite night or lively evening at your pleasure. Whatever your mood there will be a lounge bar to suit your needs, from a good old, beer serving pub, to Schooner's Martini bar, offering up elegant cocktails.
With so much to see and do on this great liner it is good to know that there is a place where you can relax and escape to. Royal Caribbean's ShipShape Spa offers tranquillity the moment you enter, giving you somewhere to indulge yourself in a fantastic selection of therapies and treatments.
The elegantly appointed marble, natural stone and soft wood tones confirm that you are in a very special place. Massages, wraps and a multitude of different treatments are offered and ensure that you leave feeling revitalised and ready to enjoy every corner of your magnificent cruise ship.
- ShipShape Fitness Centre and Spa
- Fully equipped gym and fitness suite
- 3 Swimming pools
- 6 Jacuzzis
- Running Track
- Basketball/Volleyball court
Activities onboard this ship capture the innovation that Royal Caribbean has pioneered and illustrate just what can be achieved on a grand cruise liner. A 9 hole golf course and running track are available to passengers, as well as a full size basketball court. Navigator of the Seas features the first ever ice-skating rink at sea, as well as an impressive rock climbing wall that towers 200ft above sea level. There are many more activities for you to partake in whilst basking in the rays of the med and Caribbean sun.
- Complimentary Adventure Ocean Youth Programmes
- Internet cafe