My review will focus on the casino aspect of the ship as well as my overall opinion of the trip. The Navigator of the Seas is in the Voyager class, and is similar to the Independence of the Seas in its layout.
EMBARKMENT: Went quickly from the bus ride with only two passengers, myself and one other person from Fort Lauderdale airport to the Port of Miami. The check in process took less than one half hour.
Once on the ship about 1pm, the staterooms were not ready until 1:30 pm, so I went up to the Windjammer buffet on Deck 11, and it was standard varieties of buffet foods.
Standard interior cabin, not much room to move around the bed when they are put together as there is about six inches between the end of the bed and the sofa and dresser on each side. Generous closet space, and eight dresser drawers. The lavatory is standard, commode, round shower with plastic circular doors, two toiletry/ medicine cabinets with three shelves each.
Nice port good shopping district, I have been there many times before. Avoid the Atlantis resort, deli sandwiches cost up to $20, dealers in the casino are rude.