MS Navigator of the Seas is the fourth Voyager-class cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean International, and the first second-generation Voyager-class ship. She was once the largest ship in the fleet and still ranks among the largest passenger ships in the world.

Constructed at Kværner Masa-Yards Turku New Shipyard, Finland, the ship originally measured 138,279 GT and carried 3,807 passengers plus additional crew.

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Slot Machines onboard Navigator of the Seas



Navigator of the Seas

Weekend cruise on Navigator of the Seas
This is our 4th cruise on the Navigator, the 2nd one after dry dock. We decided to take this cruise to away from all the traffic in Miami during Superbowl weekend. This ship is beautiful, not too big not too small, just the right size. Royal did a beautiful job in the pool area as it looks like a tropical island. They have a Taco Buffet by the pool which is great (at no charge) Service, food and personnel is great. We spent quite a bit of time in the Casino and I won the major jackpot in 88 Fortunes $1031. The casino host was friendly and had raffles and giveaways during our cruise. My cabin attendant and dining room server were great, they tried really had to please us and provided excellent service. We were not able to dock at Coco Cay because it was very windy. This happens a lot during this time of the year. This would have been our 3rd visit to Coco Cay which we love and I was looking forward to enjoying a chicken sandwich which everyone says is delicious. We stopped in Nassau and went to the Casino in Atlantis and Baha Mar. Atlantis was packed with people, very loud and noisy but they had some good slots. Baha Mar was the opposite - quiet, not many people but a lot of good slots to pick from. Overall we had a fabulous time and would love to go back again.
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