Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas Review - 4 Night Bahamas Itinerary
In this Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas review, we share information about the staterooms, amenities and dining available on the 4 Night Bahamas itinerary.
Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas Review - Staterooms
Navigator of the Seas is one of the largest cruise ships in the world. The ship’s ambiance is inspired by scuba diver bubbles, and there is even lighting that changes based on the time of day. In January 2019, the ship underwent extensive renovations, increasing passenger capacity to 4,000. A ship this size is ideal for those who want to avoid feeling seasick!
When you book a Royal Caribbean cruise with Get Away Today, you can request one of the following stateroom types:
- Ocean View
A cruise specialist will ensure you’re getting the best deal on your vacation, which occasionally means booking adjoining staterooms for larger groups. On their recent vacation, two of our cruise specialists shared a Balcony Stateroom on the aft side of the Navigator. Its location gave them convenient access to the stairs, making it quick for them to head to upper decks to enjoy the ship’s amenities.
A Balcony Stateroom can accommodate up to four guests, and the decor reflects the ships’ upscale theming. The Balcony Stateroom offers a single bathroom with a separate vanity area. The floor-to-ceiling mirror makes it easy to ensure you’re ready to go for a day of adventure, especially if you book specialty dining and want to look your best. Ample closet space is provided so a family of four can stow belongings with ease.
Cribs can be requested to give little sailors a cozy place to sleep, and nightly turndown service makes everyone feel extra special. On Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas, you’re assigned a stateroom attendant who is available to answer any questions you have and ensure your accommodations are to your liking. They're also the ones responsible for folding towels into shapes to delight you every evening when you return to your stateroom.
Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas Review - Amenities
As we mentioned before, Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas underwent renovations in January 2019. More staterooms were added, and the pool area was doubled in size. There is now more space for lounging poolside and swimming. Plus, new waterslides offers fun thrills for guests, including a tube slide and body plunge slide. There’s even a new splash pad area, perfect for younger guests to enjoy water play.
Other amenities onboard Navigator of the Seas include live entertainment, shopping, Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness, dance classes, scrapbooking activities, table tennis and even a library. You’ll find something for everyone, so be sure to take advantage of baby care centers (for babies ages 6 months - 36 months), jewelry-making classes, scuba certification classes, outdoor movie nights, the arcade and more. When you book with Get Away Today, be sure to ask about amenities that are included versus those that require additional cost.
Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas Review - Dining
All food is included when you set sail on Navigator of the Seas. You are welcome to purchase drinks with every meal, or a beverage package for unlimited access. When you add on a soda beverage package, you get to take full advantage of the Coca-Cola Freestyle machine on the ship’s promenade.
The Main Dining Room of Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas is beautifully decorated, offering an upscale restaurant feel. You’ll be greeted by an attentive wait staff that also doubles as your entertainment during dinner. With so many delicious options, you’ll want to try two or three appetizers in just one night! Also, the Main Dining Room meals are included with your cruise vacation.
Room service is also included, featuring a full menu of options. If you’re hankering for a late night snack, however, between the hours of 11pm and 6am there is an additional charge for room service.
Navigator of the Seas Dining Options - Included
- Windjammer - Buffet offering American cuisine, and themed cuisine inspired by local port. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- El Loco Fresh - All you can eat taco bar offering lunch and dinner.
- Cafe Promenade - Snacks, meals and drinks available during breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Main Dining Room - World-class cuisine available for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Navigator of the Seas Dining Options - Additional Cost
- Chops Grille - Steakhouse offering lunch and dinner.
- Chef’s Table - Gourmet dinner.
- Hooked Seafood - New England seafood available for lunch and dinner.
- Jamie’s Italian by Jamie Oliver - Open for lunch and dinner.
- Izumi Sushi and Hot Rocks - Japanese food available for lunch and dinner.
- Starbucks - Drinks and pastries
- Johnny Rockets Express - Quick burgers, fries and shakes available for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas Review - Port Excursions
Royal Caribbean’s 4 Night Bahamas itinerary brings guests to the turquoise waters and beautiful beaches of these islands in the Pacific Ocean. There are a number of port excursions to experience, including the following (depending on specific sailing):
- Sandals Bahamas
- Perfect day at CocoCay
Before you set sail on Navigator of the Seas, consider booking a port excursion or simply play to enjoy shopping, dining or the beach when docked. A Get Away Today cruise specialist is ready to help you decide which port excursions to book!
Royal Caribbean Cruise Specials
Our cruise experts are always happy to answer any questions you may have about a Royal Caribbean vacation. They can help you select an itinerary with Royal Caribbean that works best for you, and give you all the details about the ship you choose and the ports you'll experience. Additionally, our partnership with Royal Caribbean allows us to offer cruise deals such as Kids Sail Free, pre-paid gratuities and even reduced deposits to hold your vacation. Be sure to ask about that when you talk to a cruise agent at 877-510-2929. You can view all cruise options online at www.getawaytoday.com.
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