The Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas is a popular floating resort. The waters are crowded with sea-worthy vessels, so to make planning easier, we’ve done all the prep work for a cruise vacation. As part of a Huffington Post Travel series on cruise ships, here is a tip sheet offering all the key information one could ever need to know about the Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas.
This ship sails to the Caribbean during the winter months, from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The Navigator of the Seas sails five- to nine-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries that include Haiti, Jamaica and Grand Cayman. The Navigator of the Seas also offers a 14-night trans-Atlantic voyage from Rome to Port Everglades, and a 15-night return cruise to Rome.
The 15-deck, 138,000-ton Navigator of the Seas is the fourth of five ships in the line’s Voyager class, which are among the largest ships worldwide. It holds 3,114 passengers and has a crew of 1,185; it is registered to the Bahamas.
The Navigator of the Seas truly is a floating resort, with incredible features like an ice skating rink, a Johnny Rockets 1950s-style diner, a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream parlor and an indoor promenade. For athletic passengers, there’s a nine-hole miniature golf course, a golf simulator, an in-line skating track and a full-size basketball court.