Navigator of the Seas
Navigator of the Seas launched in 2002. Navigator of the Seas is a Royal Caribbean Voyager class ship offering everything families could possibly want in one huge cruise ship. She offers ice skating, rock wall climbing, mini golf, in-line skating and much much more in her 14 decks and 137,268 tons of fun and entertainment.
Introduction: Well, it’s the end of November in Cleveland, and that is my cue to head for...read more
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Carlmichael Delica 14 1st Western Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
The cruise went pretty well considering it was my first ever. The Navigator of the Seas amazed me the first time I saw it. The long lines to get into the ship did too, but since my grandma...read more
Sara E. Thomas 36 5 Eastern Caribbean
This ship was very impressive, from the Royal Promenade to the ice skating rink and beyond. There were some issues at embarkation on 8/27 and this was due to Hurricane Katrina as a Cat 1 when...read more
Jenny 18 1 Family Vacation2 users found this review helpful.
The overall cruise experience was amazing we had a great time. The boat was very classy and clean. The staff was friendly and helpful at all times. The food was great espically the dinners....read more
Doug Foster 34 3 short carribean cruise fll-coco cay3 users found this review helpful.
Short, economical 2 night cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Coco Cay and back. Too short of a cruise but nice ship. Most of the passengers decided to stay on the ship and not to go to the private...read more
Lynn Patrick 47 1 Ocho Rios and Georgtown1 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise. Loved it!! Can't wait to do it again. This is the only vacation that I have ever had that I really wasn't ready to go home. After talking to many others on the...read more
Billy Steen 42 5 Trans-Atlantic25 users found this review helpful.
This was a very enjoyable cruise, well worth the money we spent. Will we be doing another cruise, you better believe it, and will we choose Royal Caribbean, most defiantly yes, they tick all the...read more