Navigator Of The Seas deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Navigator Of The Seas deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Royal Caribbean deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the Navigator Of The Seas cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Navigator Of The Seas staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
Navigator of the Seas cruise ship deck plan has a total of 1636 staterooms for 3686 passengers (max capacity is 3990 guests), served by 1210 crew/staff. The ship has 14 passenger accessible decks, 16 lounges and bars (8 dining options), 4 swimming pools, 7 jacuzzies, 14 elevators.
IMPORTANT: Here reviewed Royal Caribbean Navigator deck plans are valid for RCI cruises in 2016, 2017 and 2018 (through April 13th).
Navigator Of The Seas deck plan changes 2014 refurbishment review
The list of deck plan changes done during the February 2014 drydock refurbishment includes:
- On deck 2, Metropolis Theatre was renamed to Royal Theater. Also here, Board Room was removed and replaced by 4 new oceanview cabins.
- On deck 3, Dungeon disco was replaced with 19 new inside cabins. Also here, the Photo & Art Gallery was renamed to Fucus and reduced in size (to make space for 15 new oceanview cabins /starboard). Another 5 new cabins were added portside. Dining Room was renamed from Nutcracker to Sapphire.
- On deck 4, Dungeon (disco upper level) was replaced Sabor Modern Mexican (specialty restaurant). Dining Room was renamed from Coppelia to Sapphire.
- On promenade deck 5, Ixtapa Lounge (show lounge) was renamed to Star Lounge. Also here, Champagne Bar was replaced by R-Bar. Shore Excursions desk was added. Dining Room was renamed from Swan Lake to Sapphire. Cupcake Cupboard”(ship bakery) was added.
- On deck 9, Interior cabin category M was changed to Category VB (Interior Virtual Balcony).
- On deck 10, Interior cabin categories (K, L) were changed to Category VB (Interior Virtual Balcony).
- On Lido deck 11, in the main pool area a Jumbotron (huge movie screen /outdoor theater) was installed. Pool deck’s flooring was updated. Also here, Giovanni’s Table (Italian restaurant) was added.
- On Spa deck 12, new Spa cabins were added around the ShipShape Spa complex (categories Panoramic Oceanview, Balcony). Also here, the Royal Caribbean’s signature Nursery was added. The Living Room size was reduced. Back Deck (kids deck) was removed for the FlowRider’s support.
- On deck 13, FlowRider (surf simulator) was added. Also here, the In-line Track was removed and the Navigator Dunes (mini-golf course) was moved from starboard to to portside and a new golfing area was added.
- On deck 14, two multipurpose rooms (Cloud Nine, Seven Hearts) were replaced with Izumi (Asian specialty restaurant). Also here, “19th Hole” (sports bar) was replaced with “Diamond Club” (past guest lounge).
- New room type was introduced – virtual balcony cabins (on decks 9, 10). It as done as an “upgrade” of 81 existing Interior rooms, which now feature real-time ship camera views.
- New “Panoramic Ocean View” cabins were introduced (spa deck 12), which feature floor-ceiling glass walls as windows.
- Wi-Fi coverage was upgraded to shipwide.
- Digital signage (wayfinders) on several decks were installed. These touch-screen boards allow you to know your way around the ship.
- Cabin amenities were upgraded with new flat TVs in all cruise staterooms.
- Public areas were renovated with new carpeting (hallways, corridors, stairs), new furniture (in lounges/bars).
The ship’s scheduled for 2018 drydock refurbishment will result in the following deck plan changes:
- On Sports Deck 13, the RCI’s signature waterslides “Cyclone” and “Typhoon” will be installed (next to the FlowRider simulator).
- On Spa Deck 12 (aft), the new “Slashaway Bay” kids aqua park will be added. This is a new-design interactive water play area with cannons and geysers. It will replace the Outdoor Youth Area (aka “back deck”).
- The new water park and the duo of waterslides were first introduced on the ships Liberty of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas (Oasis-class).
Royal Caribbean cruise ship Internet "VOOM"
VOOM is the name of the RCI's new high-speed internet service provides passengers with the pleasure to enjoy at sea faster connectivity, with almost the same high-speed Internet connections they are used to while on land. The new satellite technology utilizes each RCI cruise ship specifically.
Voom Internet has latency 120 ms, ping ~300 ms, download speed ~4,6 Mbps, upload speed ~5,2 Mbps. Voom allows fast streaming of music and movies (incl YouTube, Netflix), uploading multiple (incl big-sized) pictures, also video chatting (FaceTime, Skype, conference calls), checking email, web surfing, stable and fast VPN connections. The onboard system is based on the 802.11b wireless connection (theoretical bandwidth peak 11 Mbps).
- Onboard Internet access is intergrated to the stateroom number and the personal onboard account. Following the log-on to the ship's wireless network "Royal WiFi", there is an option for creating an Internet account where the passenger can sign up for a particular Internet plan or to pay by the minute. The charge is always applied to the cabin (onboard) account.
- While using the Voom Internet package, passengers can switch between various mobile devices (smart phones, tablets, laptops). However, the number of devices connected at the same time is limited by the Internet plan.
- The cruise ship also has several Internet workstations available for all passengers on FCFS basis (first-come, first-served).
- Among the cheaper alternatives to the Voom internet are connecting onboard (while the ship is in ports of call) or ashore (in restaurants, bars, etc).
New Internet packages cost (2017 prices)
RCI's ship internet offering was revamped from only one plan into different per day packages with pricing based on the number of included devices. Two new packages are currently available for booking:
- Note: All below listed unlimited Internet package prices are "Cruise Planner" booking rates and include the 30% pre-cruise booking discount. Packages can be purchased on board and also pre-purchased (before the cruise) via RCI's "Cruise Planner" booking system.
- "Voom Surf Voyage" is the "light package" providing high-speed Internet for general web browsing, e-mails and social media platforms (excepting video streaming). The "Voom Surf Voyage" Internet package cost (per day) depends on the number of mobile devices using it. Voom Surf pricing is as follows: $13 (1 device), $12 (2 devices), $10 (4 devices) and $20 (Single Day Pass per device / per day).
- "Voom Surf + Stream" is the "real deal", offering unlimited Internet activities, including the high-speed video streaming (music, movies, video chatting, texting, VoIP apps /Internet phone calls). The "Voom Surf + Stream" Internet package cost (per day) also depends on the number of mobile devices included. Voom Surf + Stream pricing is as follows: $18 (1 device), $16 (2 devices), $14 (4 devices) and $28 (Single Day Pass per device / per day).
- Occasionally, Royal Caribbean offers Voom package discounts for passengers with pre-purchased online (via Cruise Planner) internet packages. Discounts are also offered for Royal Caribbean loyalty program members (Crown and Anchor Society) when the Voom package is purchased onboard.
Navigator Of The Seas deck plans are property of Royal Caribbean. All deck layouts are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.