Navigator of the Seas deck plan changes coming in 2014

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02Dec2013

Royal Caribbean's next cruise ship to be upgraded in drydock is Navigator of the Seas and there's quite a bit of changes coming to this ship.  After receving lots of questions related to how where the changes are onboard the ship, we've compiled a list of the changes coming visually.

Deck 2

  • Metropolis Theatre has been renamed to Royal Theater
  • Staterooms added in lieu of Board Room

Deck 3

  • Metropolis Theatre renamed to Royal Theater
  • Dungeon club replaced with inside staterooms
  • Photo & Art Gallery shrunk and staterooms take up old space
  • Staterooms added to port side of ship
  • Nutcracker Dining Room (Main Dining Room) renamed Sapphire Dining Room

Deck 4

  • Metropolis Theatre renamed to Royal Theater
  • Dungeon club (upstairs) replaced with specialty restaurant to be named later - UPDATE: This will be Sabor Modern Mexican.
  • Coppelia Dining Room name changed to Sapphone Dining Room

Deck 5

  • Ixtapa Lounge has been renamed Star Lounge
  • Champagne Bar has been replaced by R Bar
  • Guest Relations desk has been split up to include dedicated Shore Excursions desk
  • Swan Lake Dining Room has been renamed Sapphire Dining Room

Deck 9

  • Interior Staterooms (Category M) have been changed to Interior Staterooms with Virtual Balcony (Category J)

Deck 10

  • Interior Staterooms (Category K, L) have been changed to Interior Staterooms with Virtual Balcony (Category J)

Deck 12

  • Staterooms added around Spa & Fitness Center
  • Royal Babies and Tots Nursery added; Living Room somewhat smaller
  • Fuel Teen Disco renamed Teen Disco
  • Back Deck removed for FlowRider support area

Deck 13

  • FlowRider added
  • In-line Track removed
  • Navigator Dunes (mini-golf) moved to port side of ship

Deck 14

  • Cloud Nine & Seven Hearts game rooms replaced by Izumi specialty restaurant
  • 19th Hole replaced with Diamod Club (Diamond level Crown and Anchor Society Lounge)