Navigator of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

2014

Renovation Year

15

Decks

3114

Number of passengers

24

Speed

311 m

Length

Cruise ship review

Like a good number of Royal Caribbean ships, the Navigator of the Seas is quite innovative. She was the first vessel to offer virtual balconies in inside staterooms! That means that if you don’t have a natural ocean view, you can still enjoy real-time sights and sounds on a virtual display. Ocean view staterooms on this ship are even better, with panoramic, floor-to-ceiling windows. Also new are flat-screen TVs and digital displays that help keep you up-to-date on daily schedules and ports.

Of course, you’ll find plenty to do on the Navigator of the Seas. Old favorites, like the surf simulator FlowRider®, join new features, like poolside films under the stars. After dinner, check out an ice-skating show or Broadway-style extravaganza. There are 15 bars and lounges for you to enjoy after the little ones go to sleep. And don’t forget the massive shopping and performance area, the Royal Promenade.

When it’s time to dine, the Navigator of the Seas has a variety of options. Try Japanese cuisine at Izumi or Italian at Giovanni's Table. Chops Grille serves up seafood and steaks cooked to order. And then there’s Johnny Rockets and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, the Windjammer Café, and Café Promenade.