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Navigator of the Seas Must Know Facts

3 minutes read • June 6th, 2017
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Navigator of the Seas

belongs to the

Royal Caribbean International

’s Voyager-class liners. The ship hosts activities that are sure to amuse and impress you. Explore more onboard features and then prepare to plan your next cruise on her!  
  • Navigator of the Seas was the largest cruise liner in the world between 2002 and 2005.
  • The artworks displayed in stairways and public zones cost roughly $8.5 million.
  • Depending on the time of day or the event, the lights across the promenade changes colors.
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  • On Navigator of the Seas, you can find a sculpture in the form of bubbles, based on a scuba diver’s deep-dive to explore the depths of the sea. It is located in the main atrium, and reaches all the way to the seventh deck!
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  • After 12 years of service, the ship has been renovated to include 81 additional cabins and an increase in gross tonnage.
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  • Two of the features added, as a result of this mass refurbishment, were the famous FlowRider surfing simulator and outdoor movie screen.
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  • Navigator of the Seas is the first RCI ship to offer the "Virtual Balcony". These are 80-inch floor-to-ceiling high-definition televisions installed in 98 inside cabins, producing live pictures and sounds of the ocean.

This Royal Caribbean ship delivers on her promise to entertain, delight and excite every passenger, so don't miss your chance to plan your perfect cruise!
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