Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review by Salty45: A Great Cruise!
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A Great Cruise!
After a two night stay in Barcelona we boarded the Navigator of the Seas. It had been two and a half years since we last sailed on the Navigator and not much had changed but we did notice that she was getting tired and ready for a face lift. We were told that that upgrading had been postponed till spring 2014, she will be very tired by then I'm afraid.
All that aside the cruise turned out to be one of out top three cruises for good times and great food. we enjoyed dinner in the dinning room very night with a great wait staff. If people complain about the quality of the meals they must have a wonderful life at home. The only meal we had that was less than great was the night we all went to Portofino where the meal was much less than spectacular and the seafood was cool by the time we got our meal.
The entertainment was very good, both in-house and shows in the theatre. Special mention to the Sunlight Band who we miss the most.
All in all we had a great time, put on a couple More of pounds and came home with some great memories. The only real negative from our point of view was the number of smoking venues and the lack of enforcement of smoking in non smoking areas.
I guess I have to mention the debacle when we arrived in New Orleans, even though it was the Port Authority and not RCCL that is responsible on this one. Over four hours to get off the ship and on the street is a little crazy. Less
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Cabin review: Navigator of the Seas Interior Stateroom Deck 7 7343
Our inside category N cabin was very quiet, very dark and just what we expected. Since we spend so little time in the cabin except to sleep it was perfect for us.