Get ready for three days of exciting cruising across the sea when you embark on the Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas from Miami and back again.
Spending time in rare ports such as CocoCay makes this cruise noteworthy. This route is a standard one for the Navigator of the Seas, but this is the least expensive sailing.
The price is the total you pay for an outside cabin, no surprises. What makes this cruise special is that right now you can book a window outside room for the interior price!
More than 3,200 cruisers can set sail on this highly-rated Voyager class ship, based in Miami and refurbished this year.
Want to puzzle your way out of an escape room or do tricks on the Flowrider artificial surf wave? These attractions are exclusive to Royal Caribbean and are both found aboard the Navigator of the Seas. Want more? Experience rare attractions like an ice skating rink and a roller skating rink.
The Navigator of the Seas also offers a ping pong table, a basketball court, an outdoor movie theater, a solarium, a spa, four pools, a gym, a waterslide, a casino, and seven jacuzzis.
Since it was first listed on March 8th of last year, the price of this itinerary has ranged between $434 and $847 for an outside stateroom, inclusive of $100 in taxes and port charges. The accompanying graph displays the cost over time for every type of cabin.
|Sold Out||$702||Sold Out||Sold Out|
|$234.00 per day|
This cruise consists of zero days at sea and two days in port. High points include visits to rare cities like CocoCay.
|Fri, Sep 27||Miami, FL||4:30pm|
|Sat, Sep 28||CocoCay, Bahamas||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Sun, Sep 29||Nassau, Bahamas||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Mon, Sep 30||Miami, FL||6:00am|
The Navigator of the Seas sails this route six times this year. This is the only ship that sails this exact route.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price for an outside cabin.