Nav­i­ga­tor to find new im­age

Cruise Weekly - - News -

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.

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