Navigator Of The Seas deck 3 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Navigator Of The Seas deck 3

  • Royal Theatre (balcony level 2)
  • Studio B Lounge is the upper level of the indoor ice-skating complex.
  • RCTV (radio-communications-television-video, Internet) is a control center also producing the Royal Caribbean video channel programming. The channel is part of the interactive TV system in all cruise accommodations. It plays videos from onboard-recorded shows, contests, special events (parties, parades, etc), movies, current itinerary/cruise excursions related RCI videos. The RCTV room has a window for passengers to see the ship’s media control area with monitors and other equipment.
  • Focus (Art Gallery / Photo Gallery & Shop) provides photo and video services by the ship’s professional photographers. The Gallery has displayed both guest-made and professional photos (available for purchasing) and a photo kiosk. The Shop sells duty-free equipment (cameras, accessories, memory cards, etc). At the Art Gallery are displayed artworks available for purchasing at discount prices (allegedly cheaper than at land galleries). Art auctions are occasionally held at the Star Lounge (show lounge on promenaded deck 5).
  • Sapphire Dining Room (level 1) is an aft-located complimentary restaurant (capacity 735 seats) serving Breakfast (between 7 – 9.30 am), Brasserie 30 Lunch (12-2pm / on seadays only) and Dinner (with 2 fixed seatings – at 6 or 8:30pm).
  • Cruise cabins from 3240 to 3728, of which Inside (category Q), Oceanview staterooms (categories H and I – both with round-shaped porthole windows). 20 new Oceanview rooms (portside) were added here, reducing the size of the Photo Gallery (during 2014 refurbishment).