Navigator of the Seas Back from $115 Million Dry Dock

Navigator of the Seas 2019 Refurbishment

Navigator of the Seas has just returned to PortMiami after a $115 Million Dry Dock where she was outfitted with incredible upgrades. Navigator of the Seas is the third Royal Caribbean cruise ship to receive an “Amplification” following similar refurbishments to Independence of the Seas and  Mariner of the Seas in 2018. There is no shortage of incredible new things to do, see and eat on the new Navigator of the Seas. New Water Fun The Blaster – the cruise line’s first aqua coaster and the longest waterslide at sea…

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Behind the Scenes: Navigator of the Seas 2019 Dry Dock

Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas is almost finished with her $115 Million makeover. When she returns to service from Miami, Navigator of the Seas will debut a host of new features and experiences. New Topside Features Royal Caribbean’s popular Perfect Storm water sides will features The Blaster, the cruise line’s first Aqua Coaster and the longest at sea. Its counterpart, Riptide, guests will plunge down the industry’s only headfirst mat racer and reach an exhilarating finish through a translucent tube with endless ocean views. There will also be a…

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Royal Plans Next Level Update to Navigator of the Seas

Navigator of the Seas Refurbishment

Royal Caribbean is continuing with its $1 billion Royal Amplified fleet modernization program. The next ship to get the “amped up” treatment is Navigator of the Seas.The ship will undergo a $115 Million makeover and debut in Miami on February 14, 2019 with a host of new features and activities. The ship originally launched in 2002, has already received significant upgrades in 2014 that saw the addition of new Panoramic and Virtual Balcony Staterooms, FlowRider surf simulator and new dining in Sabor Mexican, Izumi Japanese and Giovanni’s Table. Michael Bayley,…

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