0 Items in my shortlist
My wish list (0) Recently Viewed (0)

Site Contents

Navigator of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Navigator of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Aboard Navigator of the Seas you can master the art of ice skating, whilst indulging in the treats of the Day Spa & Fitness centre in total comfort.

One of the most dazzling ships afloat, the Navigator of the Seas is packed with entertainment, boasting a floating resort with a host of facilities to keep guests entertained and indulged. This Royal Caribbean ship was built in 2002 to carry more than 3,000 passengers and once on board you’ll find eleven decks and a vast promenade deck equivalent to the length of two football pitches! The level of service and facilities ensures that this ship is rated very good for children.

Read more

Destinations and Itineraries

This is a ship that keeps to warm waters and destinations that are exotic or historic. Right up until October the Navigator of the Seas is in the Mediterranean on a tour heading east from Italy on a cruise lasting seven nights and eight days. Many of the cruises begin or end at Civitavecchia, a short distance from Rome, where the enduring delights of the eternal city await. 

Other ports of call include Messina in Sicily, where an excursion can take passengers to the resort of Taormina, Kusadasi in Turkey, the Athenian port of Piraeus and the Cretan port of Khania - all offering glimpses of the ancient world. In November the ships final Mediterranean cruise of the year takes in the Iberian Peninsula, before a transatlantic voyage between Barcelona and Houston. 

The Texan city then becomes home port for the winter as the Navigator of the Seas embarks on a series of Western Caribbean cruises. Exotic winter sun destinations include Jamaica - where the ship stops at the charming town of Falmouth - the Cayman Islands with its coral reefs, and Cozumel in Mexico, with its colonial ruins, coral reefs and breathtaking natural beauty. The Navigator stays in these waters until May next year when it returns to the Mediterranean.

Cruise ship and facilities

Built to anticipate the needs of every guest, almost half of the 1557 cabins on the Navigator of the Seas have balconies. What really sets this ship apart from the competition is the wealth of on board activities to keep passengers entertained at sea - everything from ice skating to rock climbing. 

There are three pools on deck featuring a water slide, a jogging track, inline skating, and a health spa with aerobics lessons. Golfers at sea can even play nine holes! There is a sauna and a steam room, and for those who want to just soak up the Caribbean or Mediterranean sun, plenty of deck space. 

Lots of space on the ship has been given over to entertainment. There is a casino, a library and the spectacular five-deck Metropolis Theatre with impressive Broadway-style productions. The Ixtapa Lounge is the venue for cabaret, dancing and music. In addition there is a TV Studio, a champagne bar, jazz bar and the Viking Crown Lounge. For passengers who like to mix a little business with pleasure, there is also a conference centre. 

Sailing the calm Caribbean or mellow Mediterranean, the Navigator of the Seas ensures an eventful voyage that’s bound to meet the needs of every passenger - no matter how active or relaxing they want their cruise to be. The ship facilities and itineraries are a happy combination of stunning destinations and an amazing array of activities.

Set sail on one of the finest cruise ships in the business, onboard the Navigator of the Seas from Royal Caribbean International.

On Board

On Board

Stunning ocean views aren’t the only thing that will dazzle you aboard the Navigator of The Seas. Conquer the rock-climbing wall, cool off on the ice rink, or catch a round of mini-golf. Glide around the in-line skating track, dip in the pool, play ping-pong in the sunshine, and enjoy a toe-to-tip pampering session at the Day Spa - it’s sensory heaven. With fantastic facilities for kids and teens, there are countless adventures to be had by all, at sea or on land. At sundown, take in a Broadway-style show at the magnificent 5-tier theatre, or salsa your socks off and waltz the night away with fun-filled dance lessons, try your luck at one of the largest casinos afloat – or party ‘til dawn at the onboard nightclub.



Whether you’ve had an action-packed day sightseeing or a lazy day cruising, you can head back to the peace and quiet of an airy, comfortable and relaxing room. Navigator of the Seas staterooms are subtly decorated in soft, tranquil colours and range from lavishly appointed luxury suites with private balcony and personalised concierge service, to compact rooms that won’t break the bank – each with the same attention to comfort and detail.



The elegant main dining rooms are a great way to finish off a fabulous day with a mouth-watering 5-course gourmet meal. At Chops Grille tuck into a fat juicy steak, a delicate filet mignon or an exquisitely mesquite-grilled salmon fillet. Enjoy a pint or two at the Schooner Bar and take in the and warm smell of teak oil in this nautical-themed watering hole – or listen to live piano music and sample “champers”, fine wines and canapés in the elegant Champagne Bar. Journey back to the 1950s with a family get-together at Johnny Rockets American diner, where friendly dancing waiters serve up good old fashioned burgers and fries. For dessert, cool off with a scrumptious sundae, milkshake, or smoothie at Ben & Jerry’s – it’s the ultimate ice cream experience. Then, enjoy a cup of your favourite brew - Seattle’s Best Coffee® - at Latté-Tudes cosy café.

Deck Plans & Facts

Deck Plans

You will find all the information you need to know about what is on each deck, find your accommodation, which deck the pool is located on.

Cheap Cruise Holidays

With great offers on a range of cruises, booking with Cruise Thomas Cook is a must. If you’re keen to set sail check out our 2014 Cruises and Last Minute Cruises – or if you’re planning ahead browse our 2015 Cruises. For those setting sail from the UK there’s a number of cruises from Southampton to choose from.

Best Cruise Ships

Discover the fun-filled Independence of the Seas, check out the luxurious Oasis of the Seas or go casual when cruising with the Grandeur of the Seas. Part of the P&O Cruise family, the Ventura, Oriana and Azura offer elegant transportation to the world’s best destinations.

More Cruise Ship Choice

For awe-inspiring glass interiors check out the Brilliance of the Seas, or for ice-rinks and fitness centres join the Navigator of the Seas. If you’re after innovation, the Norwegian Epic boasts many unique and wonderful features. The Celebrity Solstice is dubbed a floating paradise and the chic Celebrity Eclipse is effortlessly stylish.

Recently Viewed (0)