Navigator of the Seas cruise ship guide

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For fantastic cruises around the Caribbean and Mediterranean seas, look no further than Navigator of the Seas. It’s a ship designed for adventure and relaxation, with a wide choice of things to do on board.

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About Navigator of the Seas

Navigator of the Seas is Royal Caribbean’s fourth Voyager-class cruise ship, which in layman’s terms means it packs a wide range of exclusive amenities and activities across 15 decks. She is one of the largest cruise ships in the world and until recently was the largest ship in the fleet.

Constructed at Aker Finnyards in Turku, Iceland, the ship can carry around 3,114 passengers and 1,213 crew. She measures some 1,021 feet (311 metres) in length.

There’s plenty to do on board, whether you’re looking for excitement or relaxation. Guests can take things at a slower pace in the Day Spa, or work up a sweat in the on-board fitness centre. There’s also an ice skating rink, in-line skating rink, a climbing wall, basketball court and much more to keep you fit.

You’ll also never find yourself short of options when it comes to getting a bite to eat. There are many options available, from the laid back Johnny Rockets burger restaurant or Windjammer Cafe to the high-end Chops Grille or Portofino Italian restaurant. There are also places to find a quick snack, like the Cafe Promenade or the Ice Cream Parlour.

Accommodation on Navigator of the Seas

Like everything else on this ship, there’s something for everyone when it comes to accommodation, from budget options to luxury suites.

For the best-value option, choose the interior staterooms: the most basic option, but comfortable and spacious nonetheless. These rooms come with all the amenities you’d expect, including luxury bedding, TV, telephone and safe.

Outside staterooms are similar to the interior staterooms but give you your own view out across the ocean – a great view first thing in the morning. Balcony suites go one step further, with your own private balcony and a little more room inside.

And the suites and deluxe suites are the most luxurious and roomy accommodation on board, offering a truly special living experience with lots of attention to detail and exclusive amenities, such as full breakfast, lunch and diner room service, concierge service, priority check-in & departure and much more.

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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