One of five ships in the Voyager Class, Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas promises something for everyone, from rock climbing walls and ice skating rinks to bustling boulevards of shops, cafes and restaurants…
With so many dining and entertainment options from which to choose, finding a moment to yourself in your cabin will probably be the hardest part of your holiday.
There are four main categories of staterooms on the Navigator of the Seas: Suites, Balcony, Outside and Interior. These are all equipped with TVs, safes, a private bathroom and an ample amount of storage space.
There are five different types of interior staterooms on the Navigator of the Seas, including Interior Stateroom with Virtual Balcony, Accessible Promenade Stateroom, Promenade Stateroom, Accessible Interior Stateroom and Interior Stateroom. Interior staterooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size and a private bathroom.
There are four different types of outdoor staterooms on the Navigator of the Seas, including Family Ocean View Stateroom, Large Ocean View Stateroom, Accessible Outside Stateroom, Ocean View Stateroom. Outside staterooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size and a private bathroom.
There are three different types of balcony staterooms on the Navigator of the Seas, including Superior Ocean View Stateroom, Accessible Balcony stateroom and Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom. Balcony Staterooms have two twin bedsthat can convert into a queen-size, sitting area (some with sofa bed), Private balcony and private bathroom.
There are six different types of suites on the Navigator of the Seas, including Royal Suite, Owner’s Suite, Royal Family Suite, Grand Suite, Accessible Suite and Junior Suite. Suits have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed) and a private bathroom.
Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas operates predominantly seven-night cruises from Italy’s Rome port of Civitavecchia and Messina, Sicily Island until November when it is relocated to Galveston, Texas, to run a series of seven-night Caribbean cruises until July 2014. What makes Navigator of the Seas truly remarkable is its range of on-board activities and entertainment.
Did you know?
- Tonnage: 142000
- Number of Cabins: 1557
- Number of Cabins with Verandas: 757
- Number of Passengers: 3114
There are almost five kms of public corridors on board Navigator of the Seas.