Like her sister ships in the Voyager class by Royal Caribbean, Navigator of the Seas is home to many industry firsts and is the ultimate floating paradise.
Debuting in 2002, she showcased the best of what Royal Caribbean offers to its guests. Although a member of the Voyager class ships, she has a different exterior to her sisters, boasting more exterior glass in her balcony cabins for exceptional views of passing destinations.
Navigator of the Seas has everything you need for a cruise of a lifetime with endless activities, heavenly dining and world class entertainment.
Every corner you turn onboard Navigator of the Seas will see a whole new adventure, with something to suit everyone. For the adventurous, there is a rock climbing wall, ice rink, basketball court and ping-pong tables, along with various tournaments and competitions throughout the cruise. Or for relaxing, an Italy Renaissance inspired adult-only solarium is the ultimate escape offering an abundance of whirlpools, Jacuzzis and an indoor pool.
Navigator of the Seas is the perfect choice for a family holiday, with so much for the children to do, it is sure to be a holiday they will always remember. The Adventure Ocean kids programme will offer your little ones hours of fun. A qualified and highly trained team will provide them with exciting activities, games and sleep overs.
Rooms on Navigator of the Seas
From inside, outside, balcony and suite rooms there is certainly one to ensure you have a home away from home.
For something different try a Promenade view stateroom with a large window overlooking the Royal Promenade. This room allows the unique experience of being able to watch parades, shows and other activities in the promenade from your stateroom sofa.
All rooms are fitted with the latest room amenities including luxurious bedding, TV, telephone and safe. All rooms also feature private bathrooms and vanity areas equipped with mirror lighting and a hairdryer.
For the most premium rooms try one of the amazing suites that have luxury written all over them, including a personalised concierge service and private areas of the ship just for you.
From the traditional dining room to a range of speciality restaurants, the cuisine onboard Navigator of the Seas is delightful. Offering culinary experiences to satisfy even the most adventurous tastes, you enjoy every meal time.
The main dining room offers traditional cruise style dining, with a set time every night and the same friendly wait staff you can enjoy a different menu every night.
Portofino restaurant is an Italian speciality restaurant that offers an exquisite menu of traditional Italian cuisine, as well as some unique dishes.
For those that prefer a more casual dining style, The Windjammer buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. With a range of self-serve islands that offer a range of food options, from Asian cuisine to salad bars.
Onboard Navigator the Seas, you can eat any time you want, with 24 hour room service available along with various cafes and the promenade pizzeria open from morning until late at night.
As you would expect from a ship of this scale, entertainment onboard Navigator of the Seas is extremely varied and offers something for everyone.
The Metropolis Theatre is a five-tiered entertainment venue showcasing some of the best shows at sea. With a range of entertainment from Broadway style shows, musicals and guest entertainers this venue is sure to be the place for fun-filled evenings.
Boleros is a Latin themed club where the ship’s night life really comes alive with Latin passion and dance. Enjoy your favourite South American cocktail and put your dancing feet to the test.
Other entertainment venues include the casino, karaoke, promenade parties and an English style pub.