Launched in 2002, the Navigator of the Seas is the fourth ship to enter service for Royal Caribbean’s Voyager-class line. When she first entered service, she was the largest and most technologically advanced ship in Royal Caribbean’s line. In terms of size, she’s been surpassed in recent years by the Quantum and Oasis-class ships that have been launched by Royal Caribbean. However, she still remains one of the best ships in the line, despite no longer being the largest.
Like other older ships in Royal Caribbean’s line, the Navigator of the Seas recently completely a massive upgrade. She received hers in the winter of 2014. During that time, many of the features and amenities that guests have come to expect from Royal Caribbean’s newest ships were added to the Navigator of the Seas, including favorites like the FlowRider surfing simulator and an outdoor movie screen. However, there’s so much more that you’ll just simply have to see for yourself!
So, let’s take a look at the Navigator of the Seas and what makes her so special. In the 22 photographs that follow, you’ll find out for yourself why people still rave about the Navigator of the Seas to this day.
1. A Big Ship!
Officially launched for the first time in 2002, the Navigator of the Seas is capable of carrying up to 3,800 passengers.
2. Hub of the Deck
When it comes to activity above board on the Navigator of the Seas, you’ll always find people enjoying the massive and beautiful main pool.
3. Adult Swim
For times when you want to get away from the little ones, the attractive Solarium Pool is always a wonderful destination.