Royal Caribbean is currently in the middle of a massive $115 million makeover on one of their cruise ships, Navigator of the Seas. The cruise line is adding several features that have never before been seen on a cruise ship.
When Navigator of the Seas emerges from dry dock in the Bahamas later this week, the cruise ship will have the following new features:
- The Blaster, the longest aqua coaster at sea
- Riptide, the cruise industry’s first head-first mat racer
- A Caribbean, resort style poolscape
- To Dry For, the first standalone blow dry bar at sea
- New Restaurants
- New Bars
Royal Caribbean posted the following video giving an inside look at the new features and the construction that is taking place on Navigator of the Seas.
When Navigator of the Seas emerges from dry dock, the ship will sail from the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami. Once in Miami, the vessel will sail a series of five and nine night cruises to the Southern Caribbean and Bahamas.
After a week long sailing to the Western Caribbean in April, Navigator of the Seas will sail three and four night cruises to the Bahamas. The three night sailings will visit Nassau and the cruise line’s private island in the Bahamas, CocoCay. The four night sailings will add in an extra sea day.
Navigator of the Seas will be the first Royal Caribbean cruise ship to visit Perfect Day at CocoCay in May 2019. The cruise line is transforming their private island into the ultimate day of fun in the Bahamas.