Navigator of The Seas Cruise Ship: Expert Reviews & Passport Information

Navigator of the Seas Overview

Length Overall1020 Feet(311 meters)
Under Flag ofBahamas
Built ByKvaerner Masa-Yards
Width (Beam)161 feet(49 meters)
Tonnage139570 Gross Ton
Year Built2002
Cost to Build at Time$650,000,000
Owner and/or Operated byRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
Speed in Knots/mph22 knots, 25 mph
Number of Passengers3272 – 3926
Number of Crew1213
Decks15
Decks with Cabins8
Last Refurbishment2014-2018

Are you the type of person who measures a vacation based on how many new experiences you had? If so, you are going to feel right at home on the Navigator of the Seas. Whether it is fun in the pool, catching a show, tasting some great flavors, or pushing yourself to new limits that drive you, booking a cruise on Navigator of the Seas will provide you with some of the best experiences of your life packed into your voyage.

Departure and Destination Information

Royal Carribean Navigator of the Seas:

The 3,926 passenger Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

The Navigator of the Seas itinerary includes 7-day Western Caribbean cruises from Galveston TX, and to Western and Eastern Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale FL. Port destinations include Belize, Puerto Rico, Grand Cayman, Cozumel Mexico, Jamaica and Labadee – Royal Caribbean’s private island resort in Haiti.

The ship sails under the flag of Bahamas.

 

 

 

 

Navigator of the Seas Amenities

Have you ever thought about scaling a mountain? Try your hand at the rock climbing wall and test out your upper-body strength. If you rather give your legs the hard part, the sports court offers basketball and volleyball. Deck 3 provides an ice skating rink that offers both public skating and live ice shows. Looking to get in the water while you are riding on the ocean? Three pools and several hot tubs make sure that your aquatic experience is never far away.

But that is only the beginning of the excitement awaiting on your family cruise. When the evening gets going, you can dance the night away at the disco on Deck 14. Or, check out one of multiple lounge options to get a great atmosphere with live music. If you are into golf, the 19th Hole is the perfect spot to wet your whistle. For those who like to get risky will enjoy hitting the casino for great slots and table games. For younger guests on your luxury cruise, the Adventure Ocean area provides plenty of fun and excitement. Whether your kids are interested in getting in the pool or catching some rays, they will be able to do as they please.

Elegant Dining

When you have worked up an appetite, the three-tiered main dining room creates an ambiance of elegance. The evening pianist adds to the mood with a series of musical selections. You will find more than enough options for every appetite here. For more casual meals, check out the Windjammer and Jade buffets. You will find a traditional fare on the Windjammer, while the Jade offers several Asian delicacies.

Staterooms are comfortable and relaxing, ensuring that your group will get the most out of your luxury cruise. If you are ready for an adventure you will never forget, make sure you book a cruise on the Navigator of the Seas today!

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