Caribbean Cruisin’: Photo Tour of the Navigator of the Seas {Part 2}

In my last post I took you on a tour of the exterior, our stateroom, and Decks 10-15 on Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas. Today there is even more to see as I show you the rest of the ship!


 

Deck 9

Other than staterooms, ours included, the only other thing on this deck was the Concierge Club to which we didn’t have access to. :-(


Deck 8- RC Online and Art Gallery

Art Gallery- There is also art all over the ship. In the lounges, in the staircases, pretty much everywhere.
Art Gallery- There is also art all over the ship. In the lounges, in the staircases, pretty much everywhere.
How neat is little piece? Photo taken from the Art Gallery looking down into the Library & Card Room
How neat is little piece? Photo taken from the Art Gallery looking down into the Library & Card Room

RC Online is a few computers they have made available for passengers to use the internet on. I’m not really sure if it was free to get online (I’m thinking it was not) but they would be worth checking out for sure if you’d like internet access because the Wi-Fi rates were a bit steep. The least expensive option was 30 minutes for $10.00 and it went up to unlimited access for one device at $189.95 or unlimited access for two devices at $229.95. We opted for the unlimited NO internet plan for $0. :-) Personally I really enjoyed disconnecting from everything. No phone, no internet. Just L, the kiddo, and me. I don’t think the guys minded too much either, or if they did they didn’t complain about it. We did sneak in a few minutes of Wi-Fi on shore and make a couple of Facebook updates but that was about it. For a whole week. Yep, it can be done folks and I recommend giving it a try. Save your $189.95 for a really great shore excursion instead.


Deck 7- Library and Card Room

Library & Card Room- there weren't many books to choose from but was a very cozy place to play Scrabble and several games of cards.
Library & Card Room- there weren’t many books to choose from but was a very cozy place to play Scrabble and several games of cards.

Quick Tip- They also have some board games available but check them before you start playing to ensure they have all the pieces, or don’t have extra pieces. Our Scrabble game had quite a few more letters than was originally intended by Hasbro although that could be great if you like to make words with multiple J’s in them!


Deck 6

This deck was all staterooms except for “Next Cruise” which was an area you could look at brochures and talk to a Royal Caribbean rep about future cruise plans.


Deck 5- Royal Promenade, Café Promenade, and Vintages Bar

Also included on this deck are Guest Services, Shore Excursions Desk, Two Poets Bar, various shops, and Connoisseur Club.

Royal Promenade
Royal Promenade
Café Promenade
Café Promenade
Vintages Bar
Vintages Bar
Star Lounge
Star Lounge (More to come on the game we’re all playing here in another post- lots of laughs for this one!)

Deck 4- Casino Royale, Schooner Bar, Main Theatre

Also on this deck were the Boleros Lounge and Sabor Modern Mexican Specialty restaurant.

Schooner Bar
Schooner Bar
Casino Royale
Casino Royale
Rockin' the House at the Main Theatre
Rockin’ the House at the Main Theatre

Deck 3- Sapphire Dining Room and Studio B Ice Skating Rink

Also on this deck was the Photo Gallery where you could purchase videos and photos from your cruise.

Sapphire Dining Room- this was actually three decks high
Sapphire Dining Room- this was actually three decks high
Waiting for the show to start at Studio B
Waiting for the show to start at Studio B

Deck 1 and 2

The remaining two decks included staterooms and a Conference Center on Deck 2 and then Medical Facilities and the Boarding Areas on Deck 1.


Can you believe they are able to pack so much on to one ship? If you’re enjoying the tour of the ship then you are in luck! I still have lots more photos of the ship that I’ll share in future posts about our days at sea and then some of the little details I captured around the ship. Stay tuned!

To read more about our Caribbean Cruisin’ adventures, please feel free to check out these posts:

Photo Tour of the Navigator of the Seas: Part 1 and Part 2

Ports of Call: Roatan, Honduras  Belize City, Belize  |  Cozumel, Mexico

Fabulous First Day of the Cruise  |  Fun Days at Sea

 

1 Comment

  • It truly is amazing how many activities and different areas they can pack onto one ship! Even though the ships look huge from the outside, the scale is hard to appreciate until you’re trying to find someone amidst all the fun inside! :) I’ve never heard of one with an ice-skating rink inside, but that seems like a neat trick – especially for tropical climates! I’ve always wondered who got the job of choosing the artwork for each ship – seems like it would be a fun (and never-ending) job :)

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