Navigator to find new image
ROYAL Caribbean International has announced a US$115 million renovation of its Caribbean-based vessel Navigator of the Seas.
From Feb next year, the 3,807-passenger ship will offer a host of new amenities such as a new “Caribbean-inspired” pool area ( inset), two new waterslides, and a bar offering beauty services and wine called To Dry For.
Further enhancements set to be included in the revamp are the cruise line’s Polynesian-themed watering hole The Bamboo Room, a glow-in-the-dark laser tag area for kids, and a range of new restaurants such as Jamie’s Italian and the New England inspired seafood restaurant Hooked Seafood.
“Every detail matters, and we’ve mapped out an unmatched combination of innovative features and experiences for this top-to-bottom transformation of Navigator of the Seas,” said Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley.
“After launching our Royal Amplified modernisation program with Independence of the Seas and then redefining short getaways with Mariner of the Seas, we are challenging ourselves to take it to the next level.”
The refreshed Navigator will embark on a series of five- and nine-night Caribbean itineraries departing Miami early next year.