By: Sarah Phillips
Navigator of the Seas will have a brand new home port starting in February 2014. The 3,114-passenger ship will homeport in Galveston, Texas and offer seven-night western Caribbean sailings after an extensive dry dock and revitalization.
The Voyager-class ship that first introduced ice skating at sea will receive signature Royal Caribbean features during her drydock, including the FlowRider surf simulator and dining venues like Giovanni’s Table, Park Café and Izumi Asian Cuisine.
At the same time, new features such as Virtual Balconies for select interior staterooms, new panoramic oceanview staterooms – featuring full-length, floor-to-ceiling windows and unique new dining and entertainment concepts will be introduced to surprise and delight guests. The same interior balconies will be featured on the upcoming Quantum of the Seas.
Part of an extensive program to enhance every ship in Royal Caribbean’s fleet, Navigator of the Seas is also receiving some of the most popular and innovative concepts and amenities introduced aboard Oasis-class ships, such as an oversized outdoor movie screen overlooking the main pool, the Royal Babies and Tots Nursery and new Diamond Lounges for suite and Crown & Anchor Society member guests.
Navigator of the Seas will also offer bow to stern Wi-Fi and technology enhancements that include flat-panel televisions in all staterooms, as well as interactive signage.
Bookings are open now for Galveston sailings, which begin in February 2014.
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