Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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7+ cruises

Review
1

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4

5 out of 5

We had a wonderful time!!

Sail Date: November 25, 2006

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

The ship is beautifully decorated and there is something going on all the time for you take part in. We really enjoyed the day at Labadee, Haiti. It is a paradise and the swimming was great and the food very good. A very relaxing day on the beach. The shows in the evening were exceptional, especially the ice skating show. Our waiters went out of their way to look after us as did our cabin steward. They made our cruise much more enjoyable. We played miniature golf and enjoyed the adults only pool and whirlpools very much. Food was wonderful and always presented beautifully. All staff made us feel very welcome and were very pleasant and friendly.

Pros: the entertainment! Pool for adults only! Food! and service!

Cons: Ocho Rios Jamaica shopping area!

Recommends Navigator of the Seas? Yes!

Labadee (Cruiseline Private Island)
We enjoyed a very relaxing day on the beach and in the water. The BBQ on the island was excellent.
George Town, Grand Cayman
The turtle farm is interesting as is the town of Hell. You can actually mail a card from here and it will be postmarked "Hell". We enjoyed both of these. The sales clarks in the stores let you look around at your own pace and didn't bother you until you were ready to buy something. We enjoyed shopping here.
Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Dunns Falls is an excellent thing to see. As far as shopping downtown in Ocho Rios we did not like it at all. Sales clerks followed you around continually in the stores and sometimes there were more than one asking to show you something. We found it very annoying and probably would have purchased something if we hadn't been hounded so much. All we wanted to do was get out of the shop and back to the ship. We did enjoy stopping for a drink at Margaritaville. There was some very nice shops near here.
Don't Miss: Dunns Falls
George Town, Grand Cayman
The turtle farm is interesting as is the town of Hell. You can actually mail a card from here and it will be postmarked "Hell". We enjoyed both of these. The sales clarks in the stores let you look around at your own pace and didn't bother you until you were ready to buy something. We enjoyed shopping here.
Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Dunns Falls is an excellent thing to see. As far as shopping downtown in Ocho Rios we did not like it at all. Sales clerks followed you around continually in the stores and sometimes there were more than one asking to show you something. We found it very annoying and probably would have purchased something if we hadn't been hounded so much. All we wanted to do was get out of the shop and back to the ship. We did enjoy stopping for a drink at Margaritaville. There was some very nice shops near here.
Don't Miss: Dunns Falls
Cozumel, Mexico
The shopping for jewellery here is excellent. We have been to the ruins at Talum on a previous trip and they are very interesting to see and learn about.
Cozumel, Mexico
The shopping for jewellery here is excellent. We have been to the ruins at Talum on a previous trip and they are very interesting to see and learn about.
Labadee (Cruiseline Private Island)
We enjoyed a very relaxing day on the beach and in the water. The BBQ on the island was excellent.


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