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What people said about this ship:

"The dining room people and room attendant were excellent." in 80 reviews.
"saw `` the drifters '' perform one night, a really good ice show , and yulia & alan a russian artistic gymnast couple." in 8 reviews.

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Navigator of the Seas

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We had a great time.  The updates to the ship were great.  The staff was spectacular.  The teen program was good but could have been better.  The food was fair at best.  

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Death by 1000 cuts!

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I have cruised 4 times before traveling one Royal Caribbean or the Navigator of the Seas. I really enjoy cruising as a vacation. However, this trip left a very bad taste in my mouth. First, the positives. The ship it's quite beautiful very well appointed for younger traveller. The shows were very entertaining and the food was quite nice. It should have been a fantastic vacation but it was not. We traveled out of Galveston and followed all the recommendations for how to board the ship. We were on our feet for 2 hours and 55 minutes before we reached our state room. Most of that time was spent in an air conditioned areas with temperatures in the mid 90's. We traveled to Cozumel Mexico where they try to charge you $30 a person or more to swim on the beach. Every traveler I spoke with talked about how the locals did everything they could to rip you off. And that set the tone for the entire trip. Royal Caribbean tried to reach in my pocket at every turn for the entire trip. If you want an aged New York strip steak at chops restaurant it will cost you 35 dollars extra to make the reservation plus they will charge you another 12 or 18 for the meal. That approach to dealing with travelers was consistent throughout the trip and was immortalized by having the captain of the ship hawking DVDs on the last day of the cruise while explaining how to leave. My dining room waitress began asking for 10 star evaluations after day 4. And the begging continued every night until we got off of the ship. I witnessed a member of the staff mocking an elderly passenger who was concerned about something at the poolside. He rolled his eyes and made fun of the man behind his back and this gentleman was in charge of Guest Relations. One associate cruise director, in charge of a game show, was stern and no fun at all while hosting a game on board ship. During the game she took a phone call and spoke loudly while the rest of us sat in silence. At one point she said on her phone conversation "I've gotta let you go on old fart is trying to cheat." The man was simply trying to get a game card. On the night we arrived two porters were arguing over luggage. It was already 7 o'clock and I had checked my bag at noon. .They were fighting over who was being the most lazy. I peeked into the holding room to see if I could find my luggage and they suggested that I was to blame for all the luggage being late and ordered me to leave. I was standing in a public area. On one occurrence, I ordered a specialty drink from The bar. The bartender was unfamiliar with 1 of the drink specials they advertise. In attempt to figure out how to make my drink she spoke to another bartender who informed her I was saying the wrong drink. He then told me three more times I was ordering the wrong drink. He even opened up the drink specials book and pointed to the drink he was talking about. I took the book from his hands, flipped the book back 2 pages and showed him the drink that I wanted. He then suggested I had not been saying that drink special and that the confusion was entirely my fault. At the buffet, I witnessed three young men joking, giving each other hi fives, and grabbing their own groins while also handling the food. I also had not experienced shore shopping like this before. there was a person on board ship who provided maps and suggested places to shop. It was like QVC on steroids everyday all day. shopping ran on at least one perhaps two of the television channels 24 7 while on board the ship. we were told by Royal Caribbean that the prices were amazing. However, a quick internet search showed that Amazon full virtual a everything at a better price. I was put off by the fact the ship staff would tell us blatantly false information. I did by some jewellery while in Grand Cayman. The same jewelry was for sale on board the ship. The clerk in charge of the jewelry shop told me over and over that they had the best prices and after several minutes of painful negotiations I was told the price they were offering was too low to even make. the Royal Caribbean offer was simply three times as high as I paid for the same exact jewelry. They were trying to rip me off amber lane directly to my face. The entire experience was quite off putting. I guess I just expected a higher degree of professionalism with the staff. These are but a few of the problems I had dealing with the personnel on board the Navigator of the Seas. If you ignore this portion of my review and still decide to take this trip I would suggest you book your excursion trips through Royal Caribbean directly. Royal Caribbean places people who buy from them at the front of the line for departure. While this may not seem very important it can to take an hour or more just to get off a ship this size. Additionally, the excursion I purchased through Priceline in Jamaica left without me and then refused to provide me with any assistance to get to our location. The instructions I received never stated there was a specific time for departure just at the buses would begin running at a set time. When I arrived 45 minutes after the buses were to begin they were all gone. And the excursion company refused to help me. My only choice was to spend an additional $50 for a taxi cab drive and they were not sure they could bring me back. The moral of the story is don't book excursions with third party vendors. In summary, facilities great service terrible. And when you are paying for the service it ruins the vacation.

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Had a great time!

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Overall, I had a great time on this cruise.  Only time I didn't was my experience in the casino.  Dealers aren't as friendly as the rest of the crew.  Dining service was amazing but the windjammer can get packed and seats are hard to find so make sure you get there early.  Lounge chairs were being reserved by guests even though they don't allow.   Staff needs to monitor this more closely.  

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Pain and not worth the money we spent

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First of all everyday we had to deal with an issue that wasnt ever resolved having to go down to the desk everyday like they told us to do and it still didnt work how they said it would. The money we spent on the on shore site was nothing like they said it would be we purchased the top of the line site and it was nothing like they said it would be. We saw two roaches in our room come from behind the fridge. All they did was put bait traps didnt spray like they should have. First cruise ever and dont plan on going on another due to this exprience.

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Beautiful Clean Ship, Food and Entertainment Average

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The ship was beautiful and maintained very well.  They layout with the promenade through middle, gave easy access to every location.  The adults only pool and hot tubs were excellent too.  I learned at the Captain’s talk that all pool/hot tub water is desalinated from the ocean, and refreshed every 45 minutes.  Definitely a plus!!  We really enjoyed this cruise.  Departure location and pricing were perfect for us.  The only negatives were- of course there was the occasional smells from the plumbing that I’ve noticed on just about every ship.  We’ve been on 15 cruises, all lines.  The food was just average.  However, it seems most cruise lines have cut back.  No more steak and lobster without an extra fee.  Waitstaff was exceptional which made the dining experience fun despite the food.  Johnny Rockets was lots of fun and was a great junk food fix.  The worst thing was the entertainment.  We have seen some wonderful shows, comedians, and magicians on our cruises…none of these were on this ship.  The ice skating show was the only one worth seeing.  But hey, relaxing with a cool drink in the ocean breeze is great entertainment on a beautiful ship!!

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Disappointed

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We loved the ship, the service was great, but the food was a great disappointment. We have been on 4 other cruises with other companies, and the most enjoyable part of the cruise was the food. This was not the case with Royal Caribbean. The quality and taste of the food in the main dining room and the Windjammer Cafe were substandard. The portions and choices in the main dining room were small and limited, and the food tasted precooked and unacceptable-with the exception of the lobster and tiger shrimp (of which we only got 4). My husband ended up ordered a $14.95 steak the last night, which he enjoyed. We feel that there is a big push for the specialty restaurants, which are very pricey. We feel that the food included in our price should have been enjoyable and tasty. The Windjammer was even worse. Much of what they offered was unappealing and tasted even worse. The 3 outdoor buffets that they had were tasty - the bbq on the 4th of July, the hamburgers/hotdogs on the last sailing day, and the Mexican buffet. We also bought the soft drink package, but had difficulty finding places to refill our drinks - usually in a crowded bar, which was a big inconvenience. I have never written a negative review before about anything, but you have lost us as future customers. I always thought that Royal Caribbean was a step up in cruising, but we did not find that the case. Also, there were problems with customs (their scanners didn't work, they said) when we disembarked, and we did not leave the terminal until 1:30. People were waiting in long lines to begin their cruise, while we were waiting in longer lines to get out of the terminal. There was lots of confusion. On the upside, the entertainment was very good.

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Fantastic Experience!

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The Navigator of the Seas offered so much for my wife and I to do! We were never bored and had to delete things from our schedule, because there was so much to do and see. The service by the staff was amazing and each dining experience was a night to remember.

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Great Time _ Food Mediocre

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The cruise was fun and service on the Boat was also good. Ports of call were a good choice. Just wish I had more time in Roatan.

The food on the other hand was only mediocre in the main dining room. The restaurants (upGrade) are definatly worth the extra money. Overall, I would sail again with Royal Caribbean. Now I know what to expect.

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Anniversary cruise

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That was the best cruise we have ever been on. Great staff,great food, great ship.  Take the time to learn all the events on the ship.  The staff is the best and very helpful and fun. 

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Cruise June 29, 2014

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Entertainment left a lot to be desired.  Food was okay.  Sevice was very good.  Stateroom people were great and stateroom was great!  We have sailed on other ships--Royal Caribbean in years past has had Las Vegas style entertainment--only one show on this cruise.  Many times before and after dinner there was nothing going on--we were quite surprised.  As one passenger put it,  there should be constant music everywhere on the ship.  The Crown Lounge was a total waste of space--the bartenders were more interested in visiting with each other than waiting on people.  It is a beautiful place but--NOTHING-- We were very shocked.  Others were also surprised to finally find it and only the first night did they have a High Rollers get-together and others were excluded.  No music --just visiting --bartenders seemed very happy--easiest job on the ship! 

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Balcony Cabins
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Restaurants
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Service and Staff: 83%
Ship Quality: 82%
Cabin / Stateroom: 76%

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Cabins of Navigator of the Seas

Interior Stateroom on Navigator of the Seas Size:
150 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.
Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to a Royal King with open bed frames sofa (which may convert into a sofa bed to accommodate one or two more guests) wider entry door turning spaces sitting area with lowered vanity closet rods and private bathroom with a wider door roll-in shower grab bars fold-down shower shower bench hand-held shower head raised toilet and a lowered sink.
Please Note: Royal Caribbean requires guests booked in this category to acknowledge need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
9337, (252, sq., ft.), 9553, 9557, and, 9561, (252, sq., ft.)

Available On Decks:
Deck 8, Deck 7, Deck 6, Deck 3, Deck 9, Deck 10

Reviews:

15 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Interior Stateroom

Superior Balcony Stateroom on Navigator of the Seas Size:
199 sq ft.; Balcony: 65 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a private balcony sitting area (some with sofa bed) private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a private balcony sitting area private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Available On Decks:
Deck 10, Deck 9, Deck 8, Deck 7, Deck 6

Reviews:

8 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Superior Balcony Stateroom

Oceanview Stateroom on Navigator of the Seas Size:
160 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a 24-inch round window private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Please Note: Staterooms 3620-3628 and 3700-3728 are 180 sq. ft.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.
Please Note: Staterooms 2240-2246 are 180 sq. ft.
Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to a Royal King with open bed frames sofa (which may convert into a sofa bed to accommodate one or two more guests) wider entry door turning spaces sitting area with lowered vanity closet rods and private bathroom with a wider door roll-in shower grab bars fold-down shower shower bench hand-held shower head raised toilet and a lowered sink.
Please Note: Royal Caribbean requires guests booked in this category to acknowledge need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
2320, 2324, 2328, 2620, 2624, and, 2628, (262, sq., ft.)

Available On Decks:
Deck 9, Deck 7, Deck 6, Deck 3, Deck 2

Reviews:

7 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Oceanview Stateroom

Deluxe Balcony Stateroom on Navigator of the Seas Size:
184 sq ft.; Balcony: 50 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a private balcony sitting area private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Please Note: Staterooms 6390 6690 7390 7690 8390 and 8690 have obstructed views.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.
Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to a Royal King with open bed frames sofa (which may convert into a sofa bed to accommodate one or two more guests) wider entry door turning spaces private balcony sitting area with lowered vanity closet rods and private bathroom with a wider door roll-in shower grab bars fold-down shower shower bench hand-held shower head raised toilet and a lowered sink.
Please Note: Royal Caribbean requires guests booked in this category to acknowledge need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
6300, 6304, 6600, 6604, 7300, 7304, 7600, and, 7604, (275, sq., ft.;, Balcony:, 42, sq., ft.)

Available On Decks:
Deck 10, Deck 9, Deck 8, Deck 7, Deck 6, Deck 12

Reviews:

7 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Deluxe Balcony Stateroom

Grand Suite with Balcony on Navigator of the Seas Size:
401 sq ft.; Balcony:104 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a private balcony sitting area (some with sofa bed) private bathroom with tub and shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer. Suite guests also have access to the Concierge Club lounge which offers a number of exclusive amenities including: preferred appointments for the salon and spa; movies and CDs for onboard usage; an honor bar in the lounge; continental breakfast hors d''oeuvres and petit fours served in the lounge; reservations for the Portofino Restaurant and Explorations Tours; reserved time for ice-skating and rock climbing; and tickets for the ice show. Personalized stationery pre-ordering of dinner wine faxing and copying services use of a portable ship phone and private party arrangements are also available.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Available On Decks:
Deck 10

Interior Stateroom with Virtual Balcony on Navigator of the Seas Size:
150 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Interior stateroom with a virtual balcony a high definition screen that spans nearly floor to ceiling with real-time views of the ocean and destinations; two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to a Royal King with open bed frames sofa (which may convert into a sofa bed to accommodate one or two more guests) wider entry door turning spaces sitting area with lowered vanity closet rods and private bathroom with a wider door roll-in shower grab bars fold-down shower shower bench hand-held shower head raised toilet and a lowered sink.
Please Note: Royal Caribbean requires guests booked in this category to acknowledge need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
1301, 1305, 1337, 1535, and, 1637, (256, sq., ft.)

Available On Decks:
Deck 10, Deck 9

Royal Family Suite with Balcony on Navigator of the Seas Size:
574 sq ft.; Balcony: 232 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two bedrooms with two twin beds that convert to Royal King (one room with third and fourth beds as Pullman beds) private balcony living area with double sofa bed two private bathrooms with shower (one with tub) vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer. Suite guests also have access to the Concierge Club lounge which offers a number of exclusive amenities including: preferred appointments for the salon and spa; movies and CDs for onboard usage; an honor bar in the lounge; continental breakfast hors d''oeuvres and petit fours served in the lounge; reservations for the Portofino Restaurant and Explorations Tours; reserved time for ice-skating and rock climbing; and tickets for the ice show. Personalized stationery pre-ordering of dinner wine faxing and copying services use of a portable ship phone and private party arrangements are also available.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Available On Decks:
Deck 9, Deck 8

Royal Suite with Balcony on Navigator of the Seas Size:
1336 sq ft.; Balcony: 266 sq ft.

Amenities:
- A separate bedroom with king-sized bed a private balcony with hot tub living room with queen-sized sofa bed dining table baby grand piano entertainment center wet bar private bathroom with whirlpool tub and shower vanity area walk-in closet mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer. Suite guests also have access to the Concierge Club lounge which offers a number of exclusive amenities including: preferred appointments for the salon and spa; movies and CDs for onboard usage; an honor bar in the lounge; continental breakfast hors d''oeuvres and petit fours served in the lounge; reservations for the Portofino Restaurant and Explorations Tours; reserved time for ice-skating and rock climbing; and tickets for the ice show. Personalized stationery pre-ordering of dinner wine faxing and copying services use of a portable ship phone and private party arrangements are also available.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Available On Decks:
Deck 10

Family Oceanview Stateroom on Navigator of the Seas Size:
293 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a sitting area with sofa and/or Pullman beds two 24-inch round windows private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Available On Decks:
Deck 9, Deck 8, Deck 7, Deck 6

Junior Suite with Balcony on Navigator of the Seas Size:
276 sq ft.; Balcony: 69 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a private balcony sitting area (some with sofa bed) private bathroom with tub and shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Please Note: Staterooms 6392 6394 6692 6694 7392 7394 7692 and 7694 have obstructed views.
Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to a Royal King with open bed frames sofa (which may convert into a sofa bed to accommodate one or two more guests) wider entry door turning spaces private balcony sitting area with lowered vanity closet rods and private bathroom with a wider door roll-in shower grab bars fold-down shower shower bench hand-held shower head raised toilet and a lowered sink.
Please Note: Royal Caribbean requires guests booked in this category to acknowledge need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
1308, and, 1608, (297, sq., ft.;, Balcony:, 75, sq., ft.)

Available On Decks:
Deck 10, Deck 9, Deck 7, Deck 6

Reviews:

2 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Junior Suite with Balcony

Promenade Stateroom on Navigator of the Seas Size:
160 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King bowed windows with a view of the Royal Promenade private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Wheelchair Accessible Amenities: Two twin beds that can convert to a Royal King with open bed frames sofa (which may convert into a sofa bed to accommodate one or two more guests) wider entry door turning spaces sitting area with lowered vanity closet rods and private bathroom with a wider door roll-in shower grab bars fold-down shower shower bench hand-held shower head raised toilet and a lowered sink.
Please Note: Royal Caribbean requires guests booked in this category to acknowledge need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form.
Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
7297, (256, sq., ft.)

Available On Decks:
Deck 8, Deck 7, Deck 6

Reviews:

3 Reviews from travelers who stayed in a Promenade Stateroom

Large Oceanview Stateroom on Navigator of the Seas Size:
175 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a Royal King a picture window private bathroom with shower vanity area mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Available On Decks:
Deck 9, Deck 8, Deck 7, Deck 6

Reviews:

1 Review from travelers who stayed in a Large Oceanview Stateroom

Owner's Suite with Balcony on Navigator of the Seas Size:
583 sq ft.; Balcony: 157 sq ft.

Amenities:
- A queen-sized bed private balcony separate living area with queen-sized sofa bed wet bar private bathroom with tub and shower vanity area walk-in closet mini-bar closed-circuit TV mini-safe radio telephone and a hairdryer. Suite guests also have access to the Concierge Club lounge which offers a number of exclusive amenities including: preferred appointments for the salon and spa; movies and CDs for onboard usage; an honor bar in the lounge; continental breakfast hors d''oeuvres and petit fours served in the lounge; reservations for the Portofino Restaurant and Explorations Tours; reserved time for ice-skating and rock climbing; and tickets for the ice show. Personalized stationery pre-ordering of dinner wine faxing and copying services use of a portable ship phone and private party arrangements are also available.

Please Note: Smoking is not permitted in staterooms or on balconies.

Available On Decks:
Deck 10

Deck Plans for Navigator of the Seas

Navigator of the Seas

 

Deck 15

Deck 15 features the Skylight Chapel.


Stateroom has third Pullman bed available.
Stateroom has third Pullman bed available.
3rd & 4th Pullman Beds Available
3rd & 4th Pullman Beds Available
Connecting Staterooms
Connecting Staterooms
Wheelchair Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible
Sofa Bed & 3rd Pullman Bed Available
Sofa Bed & 3rd Pullman Bed Available
Stateroom with sofa bed
Stateroom with sofa bed
Stateroom has four additional Pullman beds available.
Stateroom has four additional Pullman beds available.
Stateroom has an obstructed view.
Stateroom has an obstructed view.
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Dining

My Time Dining is Royal Caribbean's flexible dining option that allows you to choose when you dine and who you dine with, all while enjoying seating in the ship's main dining room; order from the same dinner menu and enjoy the same impeccable Gold Anchor Service for which Royal Caribbean is known. It's easy to enjoy My Time Dining - make your pre-reservation ahead of time, reserve onboard or simply walk in!

Seating Times: 6:00 - 9:30 PM.
Dress: We suggest smart casual attire. On formal evenings (2), formal attire is appropriate in the restaurant, which includes suits and ties or tuxedos for men and dresses for women. Swimwear, shorts and jeans are not permitted.
Costs: All meals are included in your cruise fare, but specialty beverages, alcohol and wine are at current menu prices. Prepaid gratuities are required to participate in My Time Dining - this includes tips for your waiter, assistant waiter, head waiter and stateroom.
Reservations are recommended in order to avoid a delay in seating (reservations will be taken once onboard).

My Family Time Dining on Navigator of the Seas The main dining room offers My Family Time Dining with expedited dining and Adventure Ocean pick-up service, to keep the whole family happy and satisfied during your meals. With this expedited dining service your kids (ages 3 to 11) will be served their meals within 40 minutes, and their appetizers get served right away. <br /> <br />When they've finished dinner, take your children to meet the Adventure Ocean Youth staff at the dining room entrance doors. The staff will escort your children directly to the Adventure Ocean facilities for scheduled evening activities. Then you can quickly return to your table and enjoy a relaxing meal.

Must be registered in the complimentary Adventure Ocean Youth program.
Must have signed up for My Family Time Dining option in advance through Royal Caribbean's online booking & reservation service or once onboard, you can sign up for this service in the Adventure Ocean area.
The service starts on the second evening onboard. From then on you can enjoy My Family Time Dining for the remainder of your cruise vacation or choose to use this service whenever you wish.
Available for guests who select the Traditional Dining service at the first available seating.
More specific details are provided onboard in the Adventure Ocean area.

Sapphire Dining Room on Navigator of the Seas Savor delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner served by attentive wait staff in this exquisitely decorated three-story main restaurant.

Seating Times: Breakfast: 7:30 -9:30 AM, Lunch: From noon - 2 PM, Dinner: Early - 6:15 PM, Late - 8:30 PM.
Dress: We suggest smart casual attire . On formal evenings (2), formal attire is appropriate in the restaurant; which includes suits and ties or tuxedos for men and dresses for women. On couple of nights semi formal attire is permitted. Swimwear, shorts and jeans are not permitted.
Costs: All meals (including coffee, tea, water, iced tea and lemonade) are included in your cruise price. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
Reservations are required for dinner only.

Chops Grille on Navigator of the Seas Celebrate a special occasion or just another perfect day of vacation at this signature steakhouse serving fine steaks, seafood, sides and dessert in an upscale setting.

Seating Times: Dinner: 6 - 10 PM.
Dress: We suggest smart casual attire - jackets and ties for men, dresses or pantsuits for women. On formal evenings we suggest suits and ties or tuxedos for men and cocktail dresses for women.
Costs: A nominal fee of $30 USD applies per guest, including gratuities. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu price.
Reservations are required; we suggest booking them on the first day of the cruise due to limited seating.

Giovanni's Table on Navigator of the Seas Casual Italian trattoria with indoor and al fresco seating, offering rustic dishes with a contemporary flair, including toasted herb foccacia, pastas, braised meat dishes and stews, all served family-style.

Seating Times: Dinner: 6 - 10 PM.
Dress: We suggest smart casual attire - jackets and ties for men, dresses or pantsuits for women. On formal evenings we suggest suits and ties or tuxedos for men and cocktail dresses for women.
Costs: A nominal fee of $20-$25 USD applies per guest, including gratuities. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu price.
Reservations are required; we suggest booking them on the first day of the cruise due to limited seating.

Enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine developed into exciting new dishes and old favorites, featuring pure delicate flavors, fresh ingredients, and impeccable presentation.

Seating Times: 6 - 10 PM. Check onboard for hours of operation.
Dress: We suggest smart casual attire -jackets and ties for men, dresses or pantsuits for women. On formal evenings we suggest suits and ties or tuxedos for men and cocktail dresses for women.
Costs: All menu items are available on an a-la carte basis and pricing. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soda are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Windjammer Café on Navigator of the Seas Enjoy great food and spectacular views in this casual buffet restaurant featuring delicious global cuisine including salads, soups, sandwiches and burgers, meat-carving and hot entrees, as well as cookies, cakes, and pastries for dessert.

Seating Times: Hours may vary by itinerary. Continental Breakfast: 6:30 - 7:30 AM, Full Buffet Breakfast: 7:30 - 10:30 AM, Lunch: From noon - 2 PM, Afternoon Tea and Snacks: 4 - 5 PM, Dinner: 6 - 9 PM, Late Night Snacks: 1 - 4 AM.
Dress: It's always casual in the Windjammer Café, however, bare feet and tank tops are not permitted at dinner.
Costs: No additional costs, but specialty drinks, alcoholic beverages and wines are charged at current menu pricing.
No reservations required.

Johnny Rockets on Navigator of the Seas Featuring authentic 1950s décor and a jukebox at every table, Johnny Rockets is the perfect place to get the family together for good old-fashioned burgers and fries.

Seating Times: Check onboard for hours of operation.
Dress: Always Casual.
Costs: A nominal fee of $4.95 USD applies per dine-in and take out. Specialty beverages, beer and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu price.
No reservations required.

Jade Sushi on Navigator of the Seas Influenced by traditional Thai, Malaysian, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indian, and Indonesian dishes, Jade features a seemingly endless buffet of delicious sushi creations and innovative Asian-fusion dishes, along with classic favorites like sushi, fried rice and more.

Seating Times: Dinner 6 - 9 PM.
Dress: Always casual however, bare feet and tank tops are not permitted at dinner.
Costs: All meals (including coffee, tea, water, iced tea or lemonade) in Jade are included in the price of your cruise. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Café Promenade on Navigator of the Seas The multi-level Royal Promenade is the heart of the ship and Café Promenade is the perfect spot for "people watching" over a cup of Seattle's Best Coffee as well as snacks, pastries, and sandwiches.

Seating Times: Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night.
Dress: Always Casual.
Costs: No additional costs, but specialty drinks, alcoholic beverages and wines are charged at current menu pricing.
No reservations required.

Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream on Navigator of the Seas Vermont's Finest Ice Cream is now available in port and at sea! Enjoy Ben & Jerry's premium ice cream served with a smile, in cups, cones, sundaes, shakes, and smoothies.

Seating Times: Check onboard for hours of operations.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: All ice-cream concoctions are offered at current menu prices.
No reservations required.

Exclusive lounge for Diamond Plus and Pinnacle Club members of Crown and Anchor Society as well as Suite guests (does not include Junior Suites) offers continental breakfast, as well as Hors d'oeuvres, and an honor bar.

Seating Time: Continental Breakfast, 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM; Hors d'oeuvres and petit fours beginning the second evening, before an after dinner. Check onboard for hours of operation.
Dress: We suggest smart casual attire. Swimwear, shorts and jeans are not permitted.
Costs: No additional costs.
No reservations required.

Modern Mexican food and beverages in a contemporary setting with polished casual service.

Seating Times:
Dress:
Costs: A nominal fee of $25 USD applies per guest, including gratuities. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu price.

Room Service on Navigator of the Seas Enjoy breakfast in bed, a burger on your balcony, or private dinner in the comfort of your stateroom.

Seating Times: 24 hours a day.
Dress: Anything from pajamas to tuxedos, it's up to you.
Costs: All meals (including coffee, tea, water, ice tea or lemonade) delivered by room service are included in your cruise price (however a late night service charge applies). Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soda are offered at current bar menu price.
No reservations required, just a phone call away.

Entertainment

19th Hole on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 15
Type: Bar
Description: Tell him there's no reason to miss the big game while on your cruise. Enjoy a beer and watch your favorite team at the 19th Hole Sports Bar at Sea.

Adventure Ocean on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 13
Type: Kids Zone
Description: A play area with specially designed activities for kids from 3-17. Run by exceptional, energetic and college-educated staff.

Art and Photo Gallery on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 4
Type: Shop
Description: Original art is displayed in the onboard art gallery as well as throughout the ship. To purchase something for your own collection, visit an onboard art auction.

Board Room on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 3
Type: Other
Description: This is a cozy meeting space for a celebration or a business meeting.

Boleros Lounge on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 5
Type: Bar
Description: Dance to Latin rhythms in Boleros and cool off with a refreshing Latin drink like a mojito or caipirinha.

Boutiques on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Shop
Description: Onboard shopping options include a jewelry shop, gift shop, clothing boutique, perfumery, and liquor store.

Casino Royale on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 5
Type: Gaming
Description: Our glittering casino features slot machines; extensive table games including Blackjack, \roulette, craps, and Caribbean Stud Poker; a bar and lounge area; a sports book; a poker room; and a players' club.

Center Ice Rink on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 3
Type: Sports
Description: When the professionals aren't putting on one of their remarkable shows, enjoy our onboard skating rink.

Centrum on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Other
Description: The Centrum is awash in glittering glass and marble, a dramatic sculpture, trees, and greenery.

Centrum on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 4
Type: Other
Description: The Centrum is awash in glittering glass and marble, a dramatic sculpture, trees, and greenery.

Centrum on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 5
Type: Other
Description: The Centrum is awash in glittering glass and marble, a dramatic sculpture, trees, and greenery.

Champagne Bar on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Bar
Description: This quiet and elegant escape is the perfect place to enjoy a glass (or two) of the bubbly.

Cloud Nine on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 15
Type: Other
Description: Need to gather up your group? Reserve Cloud Nine for meetings, seminars, and private parties. Cloud Nine provides a place for you to watch the sun sink below the horizon, and the stars appear one-by-one in the night sky.

Concierge Club on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 10
Type: Other
Description: For the exclusive use of Concierge Club members.

Conference Center on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 3
Type: Other
Description: Our comfortable conference center features state-of-the-art presentation equipment and a variety of meeting rooms.

Cosmopolitan Club on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 15
Type: Bar
Description: The Cosmopolitan Club is where you'll find the nightly jazz scene.

Day Spa and Fitness Center on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 13
Type: Health
Description: The Fitness Center will offer vacationers a plentiful and varied selection of the latest cardio and resistance equipment for working out alone or for joining one of the several classes, including spinning, kickboxing, Pilates and yoga; our full-service spa offers a beauty salon and spa treatments including massage, manicures and seaweed body wraps.

Day Spa and Fitness Center on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 12
Type: Health
Description: The Fitness Center will offer vacationers a plentiful and varied selection of the latest cardio and resistance equipment for working out alone or for joining one of the several classes, including spinning, kickboxing, Pilates and yoga; our full-service spa offers a beauty salon and spa treatments including massage, manicures and seaweed body wraps.

Dunes Mini Golf on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 14
Type: Sports
Description: Come test your golf skills at our challenging miniature golf course that will entertain adults and children alike.

General Store on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Shop
Description: Port cities arent the only places to shop on a cruise--passengers can browse onboard for souvenirs, luxury goods, clothing, and accessories.

Guest Services and Explorations! on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Information
Description: The place to go for general ship information, to report lost or damaged goods, and to exchange money or traveler's checks. Shore excursions can also be booked at the Explorations! Desk.

In-Line Track on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 14
Type: Sports
Description: Made especially for in-line skating. We'll provide all the equipment.

Jogging Track on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 13
Type: Sports
Description: Run laps while taking in the view. Our tracks are open to anyone and proper shoes are recommended.

Library on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 8
Type: Other
Description: An impressive selection of books are available to check out. Choose from a variety of topics, including travel, art, biography, fiction, nonfiction, science fiction, beauty, health, and more. Daily trivia games are often held here as well.

Logo Souvenir Shop on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Shop
Description: Next to the General Store is the Royal Caribbean Logo Souvenir Shop where you can find everything imaginable with Royal Caribbean logos on it.

Main Lounge on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Bar
Description: Come to this venue at night for live music, dancing, and entertainment.

Metropolis Theatre on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 4
Type: Entertainment
Description: Some of the best Broadway shows play in the Metropolis Theatre, an homage to the great showhouses of all time.

Metropolis Theatre on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 3
Type: Entertainment
Description: Some of the best Broadway shows play in the Metropolis Theatre, an homage to the great showhouses of all time.

Metropolis Theatre on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 5
Type: Entertainment
Description: Some of the best Broadway shows play in the Metropolis Theatre, an homage to the great showhouses of all time.

Observation Deck on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Other
Description: The Observation Deck allows passengers to go all the way to the prow of the ship. This can be the most exhilarating place to feel the wind and the ocean air, while getting the best unobstructed view of the ocean.

Perfume Shop on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Shop
Description: A great place to treat yourself or that special someone to your favorite scent at duty free rates.

Pool Bar on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 12
Type: Bar
Description: Dip. Sip. Dip. Sip. How's that for relaxing? Our pool bars make it easy to stay cool in the sun without having to stray too far from your deck chair. With only a few steps to both the pool and the bar, you can really maximize your lounging time and stay refreshed!

Pub on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Bar
Description: A true, British pub in the middle of the high seas. What a crazy world. Get yourself a pint and a chair and you might find yourself transported to the streets of London.

RC Online on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 9
Type: Other
Description: It's high tech on the high seas! With royalcaribbean online, for a small fee you can access the Internet, send e-mails or send your family an e-postcard with your picture in it.

Rock Climbing Wall on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 14
Type: Sports
Description: At 150-200 feet above sea level, our rock-climbing wall offers skill combinations for all levels. Our signature rock climbing walls are our most popular feature and are available on all Royal Caribbean cruise ships. Whether it's your first time on a rock wall or you're a seasoned climber, there are challenges for all levels of experience. We'll provide all of the equipment, including shoes, helmets and harnesses. All you need to do is bring a pair of socks and, of course, your sense of adventure.

Schooner Bar on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 5
Type: Bar
Description: A casual place to relax in a Nautical setting to enjoy an afternoon beverage. This signature nautical themed Royal Caribbean bar with classic teak and brass can be found on all of RCCL cruise ships.

Screening Room on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 3
Type: Other
Description: The Screening Room shows first-run movies daily.

Seven Hearts on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 15
Type: Other
Description: Shuffle up for fun in Seven Hearts card and game room. The Seven Hearts Card Room is the place for heated bridge tournaments and relaxed games of go-fish alike.

Solarium on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 12
Type: Pool
Description: Sit in one of the cantilevered whirlpools in this tranquil. adults only space with 3 decks of glass.

Sports Court on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 14
Type: Sports
Description: An outdoor full-size court for sports, including basketball and volleyball, ping pong and more

Studio B on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 3
Type: Entertainment
Description: You won't believe your eyes when you step into Studio B. It's where you'll find our onboard ice-skating rink, not to mention our professional ice shows, which are a must-see. Featured on our Voyager-family ships, Studio B is also home to other onboard activities, like game shows, onboard parties, cooking demonstrations, and more. Once onboard, you can check your Cruise Compass and Daily Planner for the day's schedule of events.

Studio B on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 4
Type: Entertainment
Description: You won't believe your eyes when you step into Studio B. It's where you'll find our onboard ice-skating rink, not to mention our professional ice shows, which are a must-see. Featured on our Voyager-family ships, Studio B is also home to other onboard activities, like game shows, onboard parties, cooking demonstrations, and more. Once onboard, you can check your Cruise Compass and Daily Planner for the day's schedule of events.

Swimming Pools on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 12
Type: Pool
Description: Take a dip in one of our refreshing pools or lie pool side and soak in some sun.

Teen Disco on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 13
Type: Kids Zone
Description: Open 'til 2 a.m., teens can dance, listen to music, or just hang out.

The Chamber on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 4
Type: Bar
Description: Step into a blaze of neon lights and futuristic dcor in the Chamber, a two-level disco that caters to a crowd in constant motion.

The Chamber on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 5
Type: Bar
Description: Step into a blaze of neon lights and futuristic dcor in the Chamber, a two-level disco that caters to a crowd in constant motion.

The Living Room on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 13
Type: Kids Zone
Description: A laid-back place for teens to hang out with new friends.

Viking Crown Lounge on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 15
Type: Bar
Description: No Royal Caribbean cruise is complete without a stop in our signature lounge. Perched high above the ocean, this comfortable lounge offers spectacular vistas by day and turns into a lively dance club at night.

Vintages on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 6
Type: Bar
Description: Enjoy a glass of your favorite vino, participate in a wine tasting or sample something new from our world-class cellar.

Whirlpools on Navigator of the Seas Deck: Deck 12
Type: Pool
Description: Warm up in one of our relaxing whirlpools.

100 Tips for Navigator of the Seas

Take advantage of the free on-board activities such as trivia, the quest, and late night comedy.

Bring a few extension cords. The room had only a few outlets.

Dunn Hills fall is a must. Stay away from the cayman Island and Tiki Beach excursion. They spend more tim showing you hotels than anything. I recommend that you buy your own snorkeling equipment and just take a cab to the beach.

Go to the main dining room every night!!! It is so worth it!

Promenade Deck is best for walking because of shade on blistering days and nice, constant breeze. FlowRider is fun and not as busy as expected.

Get your free ice skating show tickets (called Ice Dancin') on the first day. They go quick, and when they are gone you won't get in to the show. Book your massage on the first day, this is considered an in port day!

If you want a quieter pool experience go to the Solarium! At the Solarium there is plenty of sun, but shade as well. Also the Solarium is further away from the smoking section of the pool deck.

Don't expect any help from the customer service reps!

The cafe on deck 5 is great fora quick cup of coffee, great sandwiches, pizza, and cookies/pastries. And, they remain open when the buffet and dining room is closed.

Enjoyed an ice cream every day at the make your own ice cream machine.

The late seating worked great for us since it perfectly fit our lifestyle and is exactly what we wanted. But it is late - 9PM start - so we were often there until 11PM closing. Therefore plan to catch the early shows that you are interested in.

Travelers that get sea sick do not book anything at the front of the boat!

Care promenade open 24 hours. Room service fast and easy. Use compass.

Go to the main dining for breakfast if they are open you can order quality food such as eggbenedict and anything you want.Take the early dining time so that you can go to 8.00Pm show usually the shows start on this time.

Take the late dinner setting. Then you're not rushed after being in port. Most of the entertainment has two shows to accomidate both seatings.

We love the Viking Lounge especially when leaving a port. Good panoramic view.

Book the My Time dining option. It gives you more flexibility as to when you want to eat. The only bad thing about it is that you have different servers each evening, so you never really get to know them, or them you.

Try to be seated at a window for dining and if in an outside cabin, on the port side of the ship.

We experienced formal breakfast dining for the first time and would recommend to everyone.

book a room in the center and as high as possible....elevators are on each end. Its a long walk from the front to the back and we were always on the opposite end!!

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