Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas returned to Galveston today, following a multi-million dollar renovation, featuring a super sized Texas flag on the ship’s upper bow and stern.
New features added during the renovation include an industry first, virtual balcony staterooms, allowing guests to experience a balcony while enjoying the price of an interior stateroom. A first for a Voyager Class ship, Navigator of the Seas also debuted the signature Flowrider, offering guests the opportunity to catch a wave at sea. New restaurants include including Royal Caribbean’s new modern Mexican concept Sabor, a fully revamped and enhanced Chop’s Grille steakhouse and Oasis-class favorites, such as Izumi Japanese Cuisine and Giovanni’s Table Italian trattoria. Navigator of the Seas also received a number of favorite Royal Caribbean features, including digital signage, bow to stern WiFi, flat panel televisions in each stateroom, and the retro themed R Bar.
Navigator of the Sea’s is currently the largest Royal Caribbean ship to homeport in Galveston, offering Texans a number of unique amenities, restaurants, lounges, and activities.
Navigator of the Seas will sail seven-night Western Caribbean itineraries every Sunday from Galveston, visiting exciting warm-weather getaways in the Caribbean, including Cozumel, Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; Belize City, Belize; Falmouth, Jamaica; and George Town, Grand Cayman.