Navigator of the Seas is one of the five vessels in the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s Voyager Class fleet. Sister ship to the Voyager of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas, Adventure of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas, the Voyager Class cruise ship features prominently as a jewel of pride in the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line fleet.
The vessel’s designing and construction is quite unique and completely different from the rest of the fleet of the Royal Caribbean cruise company.
The Navigator of the Seas has thus often made maritime headlines which have further resulted in emphasizing its constructional beauty and the opulent ambiance of its interiors.
Built by Aker Finnyards, the Navigator of the Seas has also been a regular feature in the compilation of the largest cruise ships in the world.
Navigator of the Seas cruise ship began her operations in the year 2002 and presently operates between the Mediterranean and the Caribbean during summer and autumn, respectively.
Registered to the Bahamian port of registry, the Voyager Class cruise ship is noted for the following attributes:
- A GRT of over 1,38,000 tonnes with a DWT of over 9,600 tonnes
- Length of over 1,000 feet with a width of over 155 feet and a draft of almost 30 feet
- Beautiful interiors featuring portraitures and sculptures worth nearly US $3 million
- Sun lounges and spa facilities
- Well-planned entertainment avenues for teenagers, children and adults
- Highly qualitative restaurants featuring wide array of cuisines to choose from
- External games’ arcade featuring miniature rock climbing and golf and a skating rink
- Shopping avenues for voyagers
With a capacitance to carry over 3,000 passengers aided by a crewing complement of over 1,200, the Navigator of the Seas cruise ship is a true embodiment of its name and its stature in the global cruising fleet.
The Voyager Class cruise vessel is set to undergo extensive re-fitting in the year 2014. The re-fitting will involve equipping the ship with several trademark features of the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. These additions were initially incorporated in the Cruise Line’s Oasis of the Seas and the Allure of the Seas. Both these vessels are a part of the cruise company’s Oasis Class and are the biggest cruise ships operating presently in the world.