Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas 14 Night Italian Mediterranean Cruise 16th September 2018

Code: GBDFVD
14 NIGHTS
Cruise type:
  • Navigator dining
  • Independence suite
  • Navigator interior stateroom
  • Navigator oceanview stateroom with balcony
  • Navigator oceanview
  • Navigator Spa
  • Navigator superior Balcony

14 NIGHT ITALIAN MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE

Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas 16th September 2018

Join the  Navigator of the Seas in Southampton on this  14 night Magical Italian  Mediterranean Cruise with ports of call at: Gibraltar – Nice – Civitavecchia – Livorno – Genoa – Malaga and Libon before returning to Southampton  where you  disembark.

 

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONSouthampton
DEPARTURE TIMEBoard your ship between 12 noon and 3 p.m.
INCLUDED
14 Night CruiseFull Board
NOT INCLUDED
Shore Excursions
On Board Gratuity

YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA

Navigator of the Seas

Bright, beautiful and outstanding for whatever kind of cruise you want, the Navigator of the Seas is a supberb choice for a family holiday of a lifetime or a romantic getaway with a loved one. Excellent entertainment, fabulous food and relaxing spaces in which to unwind, this stunning ship has it all. There are lavish shows, a sumptuous spa with solarium pool and fun facilities like ice-skating, roller-blading, water-slides and a multi-route rock-climbing wall.

Facilities on board

  • Ice-skating rink
  • Rock-climbing wall
  • In-line skating
  • Main three-tier restaurant, range of casual eateries and Portofino Italian restaurant
  • ShipShape® Day Spa and Fitness Center
  • Royal Promenade (open 24 hours)
  • Tonnage 137,276
  • Passenger capacity 3,114
  • Total Crew 1,185
  • Total Cabins 1,557
  • Decks 14
Day 1: Southampton

Embark your ship – Navigator of the Seas®

Day 2: At Sea
Day 3: At Sea
Day 4: Gibraltar

Gibraltar. The Rock of Gibraltar crouches guard like, protecting the entrance to the Mediterranean from unwelcome visitors. Many countries have fought for control of this passage between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, resulting in a vibrant cultural melting pot. Narrow steep lanes are busy with English tourists, veiled Moroccan women in caftans, and Spanish residents. Stroll below the white cliffs among a profusion of palm, pine, and cypress. Go below to Gibraltar’s caves, or up above to see the Rock’s Barbary apes.

Day 5: At Sea
Day 6: Nice

Capital of the Cote d’Azur, the perfectly located port city of Nice spreads itself around the Bay of Angels, overlooked by the surrounding hills and luxury properties of the French Riviera. Explore the Cimiez museums and Roman ruins, shop for flowers in Cours Saleya or Sip a glass of chilled wine on Place Massena and watch the rich and famous go bye.

Day 7: Civitavecchia (Rome)

Civitavecchia (Rome) is often described as the Eternal City and is filled with breath taking treasurers of almost every description – The Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain where a tossed coin promises your return to this city of Romance. Take a walk along the famous (and expensive) Via Veneto which came to fame in the 1960’ as the centre of la dolce vita (the sweet life) attracting jet setters and stars from around the world. Tour its many historical landmarks and enjoy the food, the culture, the ambience, and the surrounding scenery. There is no doubt you’ll learn the meaning of la dolce vita when you visit Rome.

Day 8: Livorno

Livorno.is claimed to be the cradle of the Renaissance and is home to the Uffizi Gallery which is only rivalled by the Louvre for its collection of Renaissance masterpieces. You can also make your way to the world-famous tower of Pisa which took over 177 years to build and has been leaning since construction began in 1173.

Day 9: Genoa

Genoa seen from a distance is awash with colour. The capital of Liguria it must be said is not the most glamorous piece of Italy. But its maritime heritage can never be questioned. Its harbour was alive with boats before the Roman Empire had risen – and it spent the entirety of the Middle Ages as an independent city-state, competing with Venice and Ragusa (now Dubrovnik) for trade and influence in the Mediterranean.

Day 10: At sea
Day 11: Malaga

Malaga. Gateway to Andalusian and the famed Costa del Sol resorts the Spanish port of Malaga stands out as a bustling destination with its own unique character. Rising high above the city with spectacular views, are the ruins of the 14th century Moorish castle, and of course its most famous son Pablo Picasso is recognized with a history of the artist’s life at the city’s fascinating Picasso Foundation.

Day 12: Lisbon

Lisbon. The wonderful city of Lisbon is simply full of Neoclassical buildings and wide plazas. Famed as the port from which the ships departed on their discovery of the Americas and the New World.  Lisbon’s magnificent harbour is spanned by the longest suspension bridge in Europe. Other landmarks include the World Heritage Sites of Belém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery, both built in Lisbon’s native Manueline architectural style

Day 13: At Sea
Day 14: At sea
 Day 15: Southampton
 Disembark your ship – Navigator of the Seas®

 

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