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  Navigator of the Seas (Royal Caribbean International)

Navigator of the Seas | Royal Caribbean International
Navigator of the Seas, Bahamas
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Navigator of the Seas | Royal Caribbean International
Navigator of the Seas, Port Gdynia
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Navigator of the Seas | Royal Caribbean International
cruise ship Navigator of the Seas, Puerto de la Bahía de Cádiz
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CRUISE SHIP FACTS

Description
MS Navigator of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean International five Voyager class cruise ships. Some design changes were made for this cruise ship, making her the first of the next generation of the Voyager class. Some of the main differences are the glass balconies build outside the ship's superstructure, and the enlarged Royal Promenade mall. MS Navigator of the Seas is almost identical to her sister ship, the Mariner of the Seas, which shares the same second generation design.

Destinations
The Navigator of the Seas visits over a hundred ports of call including ports in Alaska, Canada, New England, Europe, Mexico, Hawaii, the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas. Shore excursions from various points on your cruise enable you to experience new locations from tropical hideaways, to rugged mountains and arctic fiords depending on your itinerary. Cruise tours provide a combination of cruise vacation and land tour opening up even more possibilities. From 2007 she spends winter cruising four and five night cruises from Port Everglades in Florida, and spends the summers cruising from Barcelona, Spain and Civitaveccia, Italy.

History
MS Navigator of the Seas is fourth of the Royal Caribbean International Voyager-class cruise ships. She was built at Aker Finnyards in Turku, Finland in 2002.

Entertainment
In common with all the Voyager class ships, Navigator of the Seas has an impressive array of activities to keep passengers occupied. Activities include an ice skating rink, rock climbing wall in the ship's funnel, inline skating, nine-hole miniature golf course, full-sized basketball court, youth facilities, table-tennis tables.

Facilities include the four storey Royal Promenade lined with shops, Mardi Gras themed Casino, three-story main dining room, restaurants, themed bars and lounges, day spa and fitness center, wedding chapel, 3 saltwater swimming pools, spas, solarium, three-story theater, library, movie theater, nightclub.

Cabins
There are four main categories of staterooms. Most Suites and Deluxe Staterooms have multiple rooms and balconies. Balcony Staterooms have private balconies for you to enjoy the passing scenery. Outside Staterooms have windows (but no balconies) allowing to see the views. Interior Staterooms have no outside view, although the Promenade Staterooms have a bowed window overlooking the Royal Promenade.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Royal Caribbean International
Built by:Aker Finnyards in Turku, Finland,
Date Completed:2002
Gross Tonnage:138000
Length:311.1 m
Width:48 m
Decks:15
Passengers:3114
Crew:1213