Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas March 2004

One of the Voyager class ships, and therefore similar to the Mariner, Explorer, Adventure and the Voyager, the Navigator of the Seas still has her own style and lots of class. She is just a beautiful ship-large but not crowded, elegant but not stuffy and with so much to do you won't have enough time in 7 days so why not try a "back to back" cruise where you stay in the same cabin and have two different itineraries and two weeks! What fun. I can make it happen for you. By the way, these photos are PRE digital so they are 35 mm photos that I scanned. They aren't as clear as digitals on my site but boy the real 35 mm ones sure are! I will be happy to share them with you when you come by to book that cruise!

ENTRANCE TO RESTAURANT
INSIDE SAME RESTAURANT
ENTRANCE TO CASINO ROYALE

Rock climbing walls 200' above the sea, inline skating track, miniature golf, pools, hot tubs, a world class Spa with first class treatments and products, a Johnny Rocket's 50's style diner, Specialty restaurants, Bolero's Hot Latin music lounge, a Promenade deck full of shops, pubs and cafes, plus ice skating at sea. How could anyone ever find a better vacation than a cruise vacation?

BURGERS, FRIES, RINGS AND MALTS
FULL COURT BASKETBALL COURT
ONE OF THREE POOLS

The Voyager class ships have something that no other ships have and that is the staterooms with a window looking to the inside of the ship. These "Promenade deck view" staterooms have a bay window complete with a window seat so you can sit there and enjoy the "street life" below and even more exciting-- you have a front row seat to the parades at night!

PROMENADE VIEW CABINS
PROMENADE DECK
NAVIGATOR CHAPEL
ICE SKATING ON A CRUISE SHIP!
SOLARIUM AREA WITH POOL
SIGNATURE VIKING CROWN LOUNGE
MINI GOLF AT SEA
Do you see what I mean about having so much to do on the Navigator of the Seas? And if the ship isn't enough for you, don't forget the ports of call. I took these photos in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, one of the loveliest places in the Caribbean.
ST THOMAS, USVI
VIEW OF SHIP FROM ISLAND
SO, SO LOVELY
 
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