Navigator of the Seas Deck-By-Deck Ship Tour

Hello, Wanderers! Welcome to Royal
Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas! We just spent nine nights aboard this Voyager
Class ship and we put together a deck-by-deck tour for you. Let’s get it
started. Race you to Deck 1! So this is Deck 1. This is where you get
on and off the ship when you’re in port. Also, if you’re feeling sick while you’re
aboard, here’s where you’ll find the medical facility. Let’s not race to any
more decks…Here you can see passengers preparing to disembark. Staff have
beverages ready for purchase and hand out towels for guests to borrow. Just
scan your Sea Pass and you’re ready for a day in Port. On Deck 2, the Conference
Center offers several rooms for group events or meetings. The Photo Gallery on
Deck 3 is where you can view, order and download the photos taken by the
professional photographers onboard. The kiosks make the process quick and easy. Also on Deck 3 is Studio B, which hosts
everything from parties to game shows, cooking demonstrations and more! There
are also professional ice skating performances throughout your cruise for
you to enjoy, and open skate times for passengers. No reservations are needed
and all gear is included. Deck 4 is where the real fun begins.
The Schooner Bar, a nautically themed piano bar, is one of our group’s go-to
spots. You can usually find us gathered around a scorecard for trivia or singing
along to nightly serenades piano-side. Next to the Schooner Bar is the ship’s
casino featuring video poker, slot machines, blackjack, roulette and more. The Sapphire, Navigator’s main dining room, boasts three levels of seating
accessible from Decks 3, 4, and 5. It is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Seating
arrangements vary and although your table is assigned to you by the ship, you
can choose to either sit with just your group, with specific passengers, or with
random guests. You can also choose to dine at prearranged times or do My Time
Dining, which allows you to arrive to dinner when you want. Also on Deck 4 is one of Navigator’s
specialty restaurants. Sabor is a for-fee restaurant that offers traditional
Mexican dishes like burritos, tacos and quesadillas, plus homemade guacamole and premium tequila flights! Boleros is Navigator’s Latin-inspired lounge with
ample room to hang out or dance along to live music. They can also whip up a mean mojito. Art Auctions are popular events onboard
cruise ships. They usually have the various pieces set up around the lobby
for guests to view. Hi, Wanderers! The Metropolis Theater is the best place to find entertainment throughout your cruise. During the day the ship hosts
informative lectures on topics ranging from marine life to shopping. At night,
catch a comedy act, acrobatic performance or musical revue. Bar service is offered
to guests with waiters bringing drinks right to your seat. Moving up to Deck 5, the Royal Promenade is a major hub of activity at all hours of the day. The
four-story mall features various shops selling high-end fashion and accessories,
souvenirs and convenience items. Live music plays as you stroll through the
mall on your way to grab a quick snack, coffee, or Ben & Jerry’s ice cream cone
at Café Promenade. The café has a nice seating area where
you can relax with the daily paper or play games with friends. Numerous bars
and restaurants line the Promenade, like Two Poets, an English themed pub serving imported beers and ales and Vintages, Royal Caribbean’s wine bar, which offers
a vast sampling menu, wine tastings and classes. Off the Promenade you’ll find
the Connoisseur Club, Navigator’s smoking lounge and the Star Lounge where events
like the art auction take place with music and dancing offered at night. Deck 5’s R Bar, a dark and cozy lounge, offers custom cocktails and drink specials we
often enjoyed before dinner. Have a question, concern or complaint? Speak to a staff member at Guest Services. If you want to book a port tour, visit the Shore
Excursions desk next door. Lastly, you can access the ship’s helipad from Deck 5.
Featuring a great view of the sea and opportunities to reenact silly movie
moments, the helipad is a bit of a secret onboard but is open to the public most
days. Going up to Deck 6, you’ll find Next
Cruise – where passengers can speak with company agents to book future cruises. On Deck 7 is the Library and Card Room, a quiet oasis where you can borrow books,
grab a daily Sudoku puzzle or play games with friends. For a fee, Royal Caribbean Online on Deck
8 connects you to the internet and allows you to print documents, too. The
Concierge Lounge is exclusively for guests staying in specialty Suites and
Diamond+ and Pinnacle Club Crown & Anchor members. So Deck 10 doesn’t have any public areas – it’s just a lot of staterooms and all of the stateroom hallways look just like
this! So now you know! Deck 11 is probably where we spend most of our time. First up, the food. The Windjammer is Navigator’s buffet-style restaurant and is also the most popular place to eat.
It’s open most hours of the day and you can enjoy everything from American Breakfast favorites, to international specialties, sandwiches, soups and
desserts. It’s all included in your cruise fare so why not try a little bit
of everything? Next to the Windjammer is Chops Grille, a for-fee restaurant specializing in steaks and seafood and Giovanni’s Table, another for-fee
restaurant that brings Italian fare, served family-style, to the high seas.
After you eat your fill, you may want to hit the gym for a good workout. At
Vitality, you’ll find treadmills, weight machines, dumbbells and more. There’s even a space for group classes. Visit the spa for a massage or manicure. Heading outside on Deck 11 is the best place to soak up the sun. The pool deck features
two pools and four whirlpools. Grab a lounger to relax, listen to live music
and order a drink. Or boogie along with fellow passengers. Make sure you get
there early so you don’t miss the belly flop contest – a guest favorite. The Solarium, an adults-only pool area,
has padded loungers and offers a quiet refuge away from the main pool. Hidden away at the front of Deck 11 is the Peek-A-Boo bridge, a set of windows that allows passengers to look down into the happenings of the bridge while you sail. Up on Deck 12 you’ll find the running track, open to walkers and runners. For
families, you’ll find the nursery as well as the Aquanauts Club for three to five
year olds, Adventure Ocean, designed for three to 17-year olds, and The Living
Room, a teen hangout. Outside, Johnny Rockets serves up classic burgers, fries, and milkshakes for a small per person fee. And to round out Deck 12, visit the
Challenger’s Arcade, stock full of your favorites like Pac-Man, claw games, racing simulators, air hockey and Skee-ball. Deck 13 is an active deck. First up, the
Flow Rider, a simulated surfing experience, gives passengers the ability to surf or
boogie board. Private lessons are also available. Check out Ryan’s skills before he wipes out! Climb the rock wall and get an
unparalleled view of the sea when you make it to the top. Play against your friends
and family at Navigator Dunes, the nine hole mini-golf course. Choose to keep
score or not but make sure to brag if you win! The Sports Court hosts
volleyball and basketball too. Perched high above the sea on Deck 14, you’ll find the Viking Crown lounge and Cosmopolitan Club, offering the best view of the pool deck
and surrounding landscapes. During the day, grab a book and relax in
the spacious lounge. At night, get ready for karaoke, live music and dancing. The Diamond Club is also located adjacent to the Viking Crown Lounge. Our final restaurant on Navigator is Izumi, a for-fee Japanese restaurant featuring
popular sushi rolls, hot rock dishes and traditional noodles and soups. And last but not least on Deck 15 is the Skylight Chapel, which can accommodate 40 people for a small service or intimate wedding ceremony. So that’s Navigator of the Seas! We hope you enjoyed our deck-by-deck tour. As you can see, our bags are packed so we’re leaving the ship but hopefully you’ll be
getting on soon! If you liked this video, be sure to Subscribe to our channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter. We’ll see you next time, Wanderers!

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Reader Comments

  1. Coach D Mrs. Strategy

    Loved this video. I have been researching cruises and am ready to book this ship for me and my husband's anniversary getaway. Thanks for sharing!!!

  2. charlie.saundrs

    Heyyyy! I’m about to go on this cruise tomorrow and by this tour I expect it’ll be great! So excited to try out the ice skating! (Ive never gone haha)

  3. Danny D

    Great video. We will be on this ship during xmas. We can't wait. We have been on similar ships like the Mariner of the Seas and the Voyager of the Seas.

    Do you still remember how many different ice skating shows are there?

  4. Samantha Cravinhos

    Is the bar included with your cruise ticket? last time i went on norwegian the bar and food was “free” and only some restaurants were an extra charge. is it the same with royal caribbean?

  5. Robert Cleveland Sr.

    The wife and I will be on the Navigator July 8. We have only cruised with Carnival, this kind of feels like committing adultry. I hope Royal Caribbean is worth it.

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