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Navigator Of The Seas, Royal Caribbean


Entered Service:
December 2002
Length (ft/m):
Beam (ft/m):
14 (guests)
Number of Passengers:
Number of Crew:
Number of Swimming Pools:
139,999 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

The ship’s abundance of public areas begins at the interior Royal Promenade, a stylish shopping mall spanning four decks. It includes cavernous internal lobbies and a bevy of smart shops and friendly cafes to choose from including Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and the Sidewalk Café. Meet friends here and you might be entertained by roving street performers or see a lively parade! The ship’s Casino is nearby, with 300 slot machines and a flashy atmosphere to test your luck. Head to the ice-skating rink to take in a colourful ice dancing show in the bleacher seating, or visit the 24-hour library when you need to find a good book to read on deck. Business travellers are well-served with the trade show exhibition space, 400-seat conference centre and multimedia screening room. Or if you’re more in the mood for fun in the sun, the multitude of swimming pools and outdoor games await you.

Cabin Amenities

There’s a wide variety of cabins and suites to select from, all offering different layouts and views. You’ll pay the most for ocean-facing cabins and suites, but even interior rooms now have the virtual balcony feature to open up the space. Families or groups of friends will appreciate the 300 interconnecting cabins, and all accommodation includes private bathrooms with toiletries, vanity units, hairdryers, and personal safes. There are also infotainment systems with radios and telephones to keep you entertained and connected to the world during your downtime.

Dining Options

Passengers on Navigator of the Seas can pick and choose from an array of specialty and complimentary dining options, starting with the main Sapphire dining room with its grand staircase and elegant atmosphere. You’ll find private wings for special occasions tucked just off the central room, La Cetra and La Notte. For a premium, you can enjoy veal chops, seafood and prime rib at Chops Grille or sleek Euro-Italian flavours at Portofino. Dine on Mexican cuisine at Sabor, buffet service at Windjammer Café, or Italian favourites at Giovanni’s Table. Johnny Rockets is another option, offering casual burgers and malt shakes in a retro 1950s diner setting.


When you’re ready to sit back and enjoy a good show, head to the Metropolis Theatre. This show lounge features Art Nouveau décor and includes 1,350 seats. Shows include cabaret acts, Broadway-styled productions, and a live band. The ship’s alternative entertainment venues host everything from late night comedy acts to live jazz, along with DJs sure to get you up and dancing.

Sports and Wellness

Keep fit during your time at sea with the ShipShape health spa, which includes a fitness centre fully stocked with treadmills, exercise bikes, free weights, weight machines and stair climbing machines. There’s also an aerobics room where you can participate in the free exercise classes. After working up a sweat, cool down and soothe tired muscles with a massage or sweat out your stress in the sauna and steam room.



Navigator Of The Seas

Navigator Of The Seas


Kennedy, Solihull, 12 Jan 2019

First time cruising on this amazing ship. Sailed from Southampton in July. Didn't know what to expect but was simply amazing.

Navigator Of The Seas

Sailing Into New York - And Manhatton


Jones, Rotherham, 21st Sep 2018

A bucket list cruise. Sailing into New York - passed the green lady was an ambition now fulfilled. The transatlantic cruise on the fabulous Navigator of the seas was a pure joy from start to finish.

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