Cruise Ships

Navigator of the Seas

You name it, Navigator's got it

Navigator of the Seas, launched in December 2002, features all of the innovative leisure facilities expected of Royal Caribbean's Voyager class ships.

navigator of the seas So that means you can ice-skate, rock climb, play miniature golf, use the in-line skating tracks or simply shop till you drop on the Royal Promenade shopping mall with bars, shops, and restaurants.

When she arrived, Navigator of the Seas also boasted the first-ever wine bar at sea (Vintages), the first Latin jazz bar at sea (Boleros), and the first-ever Ben and Jerry’s ice cream parlour at sea.

The ship is particularly well suited for the family cruising market, with a massive 22,000 sq ft area dedicated to its Adventure Ocean Youth Programme,
including teen-only decks.

Navigator of the Seas joined her three sister ships - Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas and Adventure of the Seas - as the world’s largest and most innovative cruise vessels at that time.

Vital statistics

Operated by Royal Caribbean International
Built at Kvaerner Masa-Yards in Finland
Entered service: December 14, 2002
Cost: $500 million
Registered: The Bahamas
Gross tonnage: 142,000 tons
Passengers: 3,114
Passenger decks: 15
Lifts: 14
Crew: 1,185
Cabins: 1,557 including

Length: 1,020ft
Width: 155.5ft
Draught: 29ft
Engines: diesel-electric


Four main dining rooms (two sittings), casino, library, three outdoor swimming pools, six hot tubs, golf simulator, ice rink, boutiques, spa and fitness centre, beauty salon, self-service laundry, children’s facilities, theatre, champagne bar, conference centre, library, internet centre, medical centre .

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