Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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5 out of 5

A wonderful cruise

Sail Date: March 21, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Inside

We recently sailed on the Navigator of the Seas and all I can say is "Wow!". The ship has great restaurants, a fantastic pool area and nightclub. We really like Royal Caribbean's style, service, and innovative ships did not disappoint. The Windjammer buffet really isn't a "buffet" anymore, now it's like a cool marketplace/food court with many more choices, stations you can approach from all sides (so no endless line!). Very wide-open and airy feeling, a huge step up from the typical ship buffet. We loved all the nightlife options. The shows were great but we really enjoyed the new latin club, Boleros, the Champagne Bar and the live music at Schooner's Pub. Felt like a totally different night out, every single night. The new Seattle's Best coffee shop and the new Ben and Jerry's didn't hurt, either! The new ship features are most apparent on the pool deck, truly one of the most beautiful we've ever seen. The multi-color splash pool and suspension bridge are amazing, but the best element has to be the Oasis Bar. Our stateroom was cozy and had some new features (really liked the new shower 'door" vs the old curtains which always got the floor soaked). Lots of new storage elements have been added, easy to unpack and fell like there was a place for everything. Overall we have to say the ship was really impressive, the staff was wonderful as always.

Pros: The ship, food, entertainment and services were impeccable

Cons: Strict with promotions. Also, not allow to bring a bottle of liquor, snacks or travel iron on board.

Recommends Navigator of the Seas? Yes!

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