RCI is making the world's longest water slide at sea


RCI is making the world's longest water slide at sea

Royal Caribbean International's Navigator of the Seas will undergo a $115-million dry dock makeover. Once complete, it will feature the longest water slide at sea.

It is expected that the Navigator of the Seas will be ready to return to sea on February 24, 2019 in Miami before being repositioned at Port Canaveral in May 2019; it will also stop at the coveted private island of cruise ship, Coco Cay. This is the third RCI vessel - following Independence of the Seas and the Mariner of the Seas - to undergo major renovations within the $1 billion Royal Amplified program.

"The Navigator of the Seas will be an unmatched combination of innovation and fun experiences ," said RCI President Michael Bayley.

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What's new in Navigator of the Seas

  • RCI's first aquatic roller coaster: The Blaster is 800 feet long, 35 feet longer than its closest competitor, the Disney Aqua Duck. It will be located on the back third of the upper deck.
  • Opening of a To Dry For beauty bar and beauty service, serving champagne and high-end wines simultaneously
  • Poolside two-story bar, The Lime & Coconut
  • The first Johnny Rockets Express at sea, near the pool
  • Opening of Polynesian restaurant Bamboo Room
  • Opening of Hooked Seafood Restaurant (replacing Sabor Modern Mexican)
  • Adding another Starbucks
  • Italian restaurant by Jamie Oliver
  • Inauguration of Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade
  • Extensive renovation of children's play areas
  • Reorganization of the Teen Club and adding a "secret" entry and an outside portion
  • Phosphorescent laser tag circuit
  • Mini golf circuit
  • Observatorium Room Escape

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Navigator of the Seas Photos

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