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Navigator of the Seas
Itineraries

Navigator of the Seas® returns to the UK in 2016, sailing to the stunning shores of the Mediterranean, the cultural hubs of Western Europe and the breathtaking cities of Northern Europe. Until then, you can explore the tropical paradise of the Caribbean and Bahamas onboard this fantastic ship – including Royal Caribbean’s stunning private destinations, CocoCay® and Labadee®.

NORTHERN EUROPE

  • Olden, Norway

    The village port of Olden gives you the chance to see the frozen cascade of the million year old Briksdal Glacier, a remarkably impressive sight. With crystal clear waters and a dramatic backdrop, Olden is a strikingly peaceful place.

  • Stavanger, Norway

    Stavanger used to be a quiet port town in the north of Norway but since the oil boom it has flourished. From the busy harbour to the original dockside warehouses and 18th century streets there is a perfect mix of old and new.

  • Copenhagen, Denmark

    Visit the famous bronze statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid on the Langelinie Promenade, then stop for a traditional Scandinavian lunch – not forgetting the famous Danish pastries!

  • Tallinn, Estonia

    A bike tour is the perfect way to see everything this historic city has to offer. Explore the picturesque Old Town, and get the best views from the hilltop parliament building.

  • St. Petersburg, Russia

    Visit the iconic coloured domes of the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, and don’t miss the wonders of the Hermitage Museum – an incredible building that is home to over 3 million exhibits.

  • Helsinki, Finland

    Finns love their coffee so do as the locals do and enjoy a cup before heading to the kauppatori (market square) to enjoy the hustle and bustle of Helsinki life.

  • Bruges, Belgium

    The medieval city of Bruges is as picturesque as anywhere in Europe, with cobbled streets, secluded canals and beautiful churches stirring the emotions at every turn. Make sure you visit the museums to see some of the finest Flemish art.

MED AND WESTERN EUROPE

  • Lisbon, Portugal

    The port of Lisbon is an intriguing city, with its location on the far west of Europe meaning it has a South American influence in parts. Make your way up to Sao Jorge Castle for fabulous views of the city and the vibrant pastel-coloured buildings.

  • Funchal (Madeira), Portugal

    The archipelago of Madeira contains four islands in total, all of them covered in exotic flowers and plants that make it a paradise holiday location. Funchal is the capital, where you'll find fabulous botanical gardens and exclusive wineries where you can savour the famous wine.

  • Genoa, Italy

    See countless amazing marine animals including sharks, sea turtles, jellyfish and more at the Aquarium of Genoa – the largest aquarium in Europe – then cool down with some granite – shaved ice in a variety of fresh fruit flavours.

  • Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

    When in Rome you must do as the Romans do. This often involves food and drink, so after you've unearthed more than 3,000 years of history at the Colosseum and St. Peter’s Basilica, grab a pizza and a glass of Frascati wine.

  • BARCELONA, SPAIN

    One of the jewels in Europe’s crown, Barcelona has something to offer everyone. Climb up Montjuic Mountain for the best views before tucking into tapas and pintxos, all the while admiring the Gaudi architecture and learning about the diverse culture of the city.

  • Valencia, Spain

    Go sailing in the blue waters off the coast of this beautiful city – considered some of the best in Europe – then visit the many exciting attractions at the City of Arts and Sciences, designed by world-renowned architect, Santiago Calatrava.

  • Ajaccio, Corsica

    Ajaccio is a place to unwind and admire, making it ideal for couples as well as families. The marina and Route des Sanguinaires are both at their best in early evening while those in search of culture and history can discover the story of Corsica’s most famous son, Napoleon Bonaparte.

  • Villefranche (Nice), France

    It doesn't get much prettier than down on the Cote d'Azur and the capital, Nice, is a stunning city that curves around the Bay of Angels. Hire a bike for the day, head to the markets or simply relax on the immaculate beaches.

CANARY ISLANDS AND NORTH AFRICA

  • Agadir, Morocco

    Take a camel ride to explore the amazing sand dunes, climb to the ruins of the Old Kasbah for incredible views over the city, barter for bargains at the buzzing, colourful markets, and sample some fragrant Moroccan cuisine – there’s so much to enjoy here.

  • Tenerife, Canary Islands

    Tenerife is home to Las Playas beach, one of the most famous stretches of sand in the Canaries. Relax at the beach or get out on the water and go windsurfing, and be sure to take the cable car up Mount Teide for stunning views across the Atlantic.

  • Gran Canaria, Canary Islands

    A popular holiday destination for more than 100 years, Gran Canaria is always a favourite stop off. The exciting sand dunes at Maspalomas are just waiting to be explored while the waterparks and theme parks are perfect for those with kids.

  • Lanzarote, Canary Islands

    The fascinating landscape of Lanzarote is ideal for explorers, with the secluded beaches of Papagayo as well as volcanoes and lava fields in the Timanfaya National Park. The island also enjoys fabulous weather, making it a brilliant year-round destination.

CARIBBEAN

  • Cozumel, Mexico

    Busy bars and restaurants sit alongside sparkling coral reefs at this Mexican town, which boasts some of the world’s very best snorkelling spots.

  • Cococay®, Bahamas

    There are so many exciting activities to choose from at Royal Caribbean’s private Bahamian island – from kayaking and snorkelling, to glass bottomed boat rides. And with miles of white sandy beach to be enjoyed, it’s also the perfect place to just relax in the sun.

  • Labadee®, Haiti

    Home of the world’s longest zip line over water, not to mention countless other fun-packed activities for the whole family, Royal Caribbean’s private paradise has something to offer everyone.

  • San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Rugged mountains, lush rainforests, colourful reefs and picturesque beaches surround this vibrant city, where galleries, museums, restaurants and bars make for a fun-packed visit.

  • Philipsburg, St Maarten

    With a vibrant mix of French and Dutch cultures, Philipsburg is truly unique. Here, you can enjoy miles of beautiful beaches, fantastic shopping, stunning scenery and lots of delicious local cuisine that shows of the cultural fusion of the island.

  • George Town, Grand Cayman

    Stroll along the beautiful Seven Mile Beach, go scuba diving to explore the magnificent coral reefs, then send a postcard from Hell – a tiny pit stop on Grand Cayman named after its dark, jagged limestone rock formations!

  • Falmouth, Jamaica

    Sample some delicious local delicacies, admire the historic architecture or simply stretch out on the beach and enjoy the glorious weather – the choice is yours!

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