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Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern
Sail Date: December 16, 2006
Ship: Navigator of the Seas
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 7 years ago
Review SummaryFirst of all, Thanks to . Your assistance in selecting our cruise, finding a preferred room, and providing our cruise documentation was flawless. This was our second time using services, and certainly not our last.
The RC Navigator of the Seas is truly a floating paradise. Its simply amazing, and hard to explain a Royal Promenade in the middle of a ship. .The Navigator of the Seas, is in all Honestly, Magnificent
Treat yourself to Portofino, a little extra, but a 4/5 Star restaurant. Chops is also very nice with exceptional service and steaks. Reservations are not a problem if you plan ahead. Not to take away from the grand three level main dining room, where we were treated with exceptional service and good food. Johnny Rockets cant help but put a smile on your face with its 50s decor.
Our Stateroom was clean and cozy, with a great balcony. That balcony at night with a glass of grapes!! Wow. Our room attendant was great, as was the rest of the RC staff.
The Broadway style shows after dinner were excellent. There was a variety live shows/entertainment throughout each evening. Didnt miss Sunday football at the 19th hole.
We traveled to the Eastern Caribbean, St Maarten was our favorite stop by far. The on-board shopping shows RC provides prior to pulling into each port are worth the hour or so.
I could go on, but I think my message is clear. The Navigator of the Seas is one magnificent ship with and outstanding staff. The Eastern Caribbean is a great itinerary with stops at four islands and two days at sea. Seven days on the Navigator was our 2006 Christmas present to each other. Hope 2007 brings the same maybe RC Liberty. Again, Thanks to .
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Pros: The Navigator is one magnificent ship
Cons: During Put-Put golf the ball always broke towards the water??