"Navigator's" suites were just as comfortable and well-equipped as "Voyager's." The walk-in closets were a bit smaller, but so is the ship. The HUGE bathtub was lovely. (We had a Handicapped" suite on "Voyager," so there was no tub. The ship is eminently ready for a re-fit. Though everything was kept very clean, the carpets and upholstry were stained, etc.
Cabin 1123 - Plenty of space. Good location. Near elevator and laundry room, but very quiet. Standard balcony. Walk-in closet with lots of hangers. Large bathroom with separate tub and shower stall. Lots of storage space. Only problem was one side of the mattress was soft and sloped badly. We never mentioned it, so I can't really complain. I suspect it would have been replaced if I had, as service is so good on Navigator.
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The cabin was kept clean,but the woodwork, carpets and upholstery were stained, worn and tired. THIS SHIP NEEDS A REFIT! Even being on the highest passenger deck did not insulate us from the lengthy, severe vibration that sometimes occurred. That deck may well have also accentuated the pitch and roll of this research-ship retrofitted into a crises ship. I wore my Sea-Bands most of the time.
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