November 2021 – Navigator of the Seas sets sail for the first time from its new year-round home in Los Angeles, California, marking Royal Caribbean International’s return to the state after more than a decade. The action-packed ship, featuring a $115 million series of new features and experiences, offers vacationers a new way to get away with short 3- to 5-night cruises to Catalina Island, California and the Mexican Riviera.
March 2019 - Younger kids sailing on the newly amplified Navigator of the Seas enjoy Royal Caribbean’s new take on the Adventure Ocean youth offering in redesigned open, free play spaces.
March 2019 - Aerial of Royal Amplified Navigator of the Seas.
March 2019 - The Riptide is the industry’s only headfirst mat racer waterslide, complete with an exhilarating finish through a translucent tube for endless ocean views
March 2019 - The Blaster is the cruise line’s first aqua coaster and the longest waterslide at sea. The adrenaline-inducing slide propels thrill seekers through more than 800 feet of dips, drops and straightaways, and extends over the side of the ship.
March 2019 - Navigator of the Seas’ Caribbean resort-style poolscape touts more pool for everyone – even a Splash Pad for tots – a new, signature bar, The Lime and Coconut; and tasty dining options Johnny Rockets Express and Mexican “street fare” at El Loco Fresh.
March 2019 - Navigator of the Seas’ Royal Escape Room: The Observatorium.
March 2019 - Navigator of the Seas features Hooked Seafood, a casual eatery serving up New England-inspired dishes located on deck 4.
March 2019 - Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade on the Royal Promenade on Navigator of the Seas gives families a chance to enjoy gameday classics, 50 big-screen TVs, tabletop games, classic arcade hits.
March 2019 - The Bamboo Room is a laid-back Polynesian watering hole on the new reimagined Navigator of the Seas.
March 2019 - To Dry For on Royal Amplified Navigator of the Seas