Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas first hit the free seas on December 14, 2002. A member of the RCCL's Voyager class, it is among the largest of the Royal Caribbean cruise ships. At a weight that even Superman would have problem lifting-138,000 tons-it is a true mega-ship. With a cruising speed of 23.7 knots, she can take you from port to port very quickly. With a capacity of 3,114 passengers you might at first have a vision of her feeling too crowded. However, her massive size gives you more than enough elbow room. In fact, to travel on this cruise ship is an unforgettable way to experience the Caribbean islands.
Sure, you'll get the chance to visit a Caribbean paradise day in and day out, as well relish a list of onboard activities and entertainment that are beyond your wildest dreams. But wouldn't you know it-when someone asks you how the cruise was, the first thing you'll mention is mouthwatering food! There are a lot of specialty restaurants, including the Italian-style Portifino, the steakhouse Chops Grille, and Jade, which offers a unique combination of Asian and traditional cuisine. Johnny Rockets, a casual 50s-style restaurant, serves up a great burger. Yet Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas offers even more dining options. Try the Windjammer Café and the Seaview Café when you're in the mood for great food and an unbelievable view. If you get hunger pangs at 3:00 AM, the Royal Promenade is open 24 hours a day and serves a slice of pizza or a tasty sandwich. They even have Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream. Yum! Dress attire for the restaurants ranges from casual to formal, depending on the evening, but you only need your pajamas for the 24 hour room service!
Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas staterooms have been designed to be comfortable, relaxing places for you to unwind after or in between your Caribbean adventures. Every room offers a television, telephone, private bath, shower, vanity and even a hair-dryer. When you're thinking about what room would be best, remember that you have a lot of choices: an interior, oceanview, or private balcony stateroom, or a luxury suite with an outside balcony. Each room has been created with the customers' comfort and privacy in mind. Here's a tip, though. If it is within your means, go for a cabin with a balcony; there's nothing quite like cruising in room with one.
Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas travels to many exotic and exciting ports in the Eastern, Western, and Southern Caribbean, islands known as much for their heart-stopping beauty as the number of exciting (or relaxing!) activities they provide. You'll find the Caribbean more than up to the task of putting a smile on your face. Whether you would like to hold the hand of your sweetheart on a beach in Ocho Rios, Jamaica or while snorkeling in the 75 degree water of Cozumel, Mexico, Navigator of the Seas can give you idyllic Royal Caribbean cruise vacations. Climb Jamaica's famous Dunn River Falls or trek through a Costa Rican rainforest on a mountain bike. Spend your day shopping on the streets of Phillipsburg, St. Maarten, a city widely known for its wonderful duty-free shopping. Bridge the gap between the past and the present as you climb the ancient ruins of a Mayan pyramid. Or, if you're not in the mood to do much other than lay in the sun, any number of beautiful beaches are the perfect spot to work on your tan-just don't forget to put on some lotion!
For the active guest, an inline and ice skating rink, a rock climbing wall, a full-sized basketball court, and the impressive and totally modern ShipShape Day Spa and Fitness Center are just a few of the places at which you can have some fun. Come to the Fitness Center for the top-of-the-line work out equipment and fitness classes; afterwards, head over to the spa side for a relaxing hand or hot rock massage. Play a round of golf on the 9-hole golf course or practice your drive in our golf simulator. You can even get a cooking or card playing lesson, if you desire. These are just a few examples out of many. But maybe the best thing about vacationing on Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas is that you don't have to do anything at all!
The Adventure Youth Program for kids 3-17 makes Royal Caribbean cruises just as fun for the younger passengers. With age-specific programs offered, you can be assured that the kids will have lots to tell their friends about when they get home. From face painting for the little ones to the teen disco club, Fuel, its Royal Caribbean's own No Child Left Behind Act. (Much less controversial!) And parents can rest easy knowing that their children are being supervised by friendly, well-trained, and responsible Royal Caribbean staff.
The Connoisseur Club, Cosmopolitan Club, and Crow's Nest are each distinctive bars onboard, each with different ambiances but the same great service. Don't let the name of the dance club fool you; The Dungeon is actually a great place to move your feet all night long. For a more quiet evening, Vintages allows a couple to enjoy fine wine tasting and stimulating conversation. Root for your favorite team and grab a cold one at The 19th Hole. However, if it's a different kind of entertainment you're looking for, Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas has not forgotten about you. Check out one of the world class Broadway shows in the theater. It's a great place to cap off or start up your evening! Game shows, karaoke contests, and comedy acts are also on the agenda. Royal Caribbean cruises give passengers lots of choices that begin before you even book the trip until you finally step off the boat.
Book today with one of our travel agent, give us a call and speak with one of our friendly certified cruise specialists about planning your spectacular Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas Cruise vacation!