Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review by bobbit48: It was ok
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It was ok
We enjoyed the ports, Messina, Athens, Kusadasi and Crete. We did independent tours this time instead of using the ship's and really enjoyed it. This seems to be the way to go, we read Cruise Critic for recommendations for the tours! This was our first cruise on R.C. and we were disappointed. Past cruises have been on Carnival, NCL, and Celebrity. We had a balcony stateroom which was very nice. This is an older ship, but the dining room and lounges, etc. were lovely. Lots of beautiful wood.
The service at bars was great, we especially liked one right outside the casino and had a great young bartender from Portugal. Service in the dining room was also good, but the food left a lot to be desired.
No special nights with lobster and filet mignon on R.C. You could purchase it every night for an extra $30.00 per person. Other cruise lines, we've always looked forward to this on formal nights. The buffet on deck was just o.k. Not many choices there either for all three More meals. We usually eat in the dining room most nights on cruises, but because we didn't like the choices on R.C., we ate on deck more. To me, the whole dining experience with other passengers and being waited on in the dining room makes the cruise.
We saw several shows. Our favorite was the ice show, it was outstanding!!
Disembarkation was orderly and went smoothly, no problems locating our bags.
We probably won't cruise Royal Caribbean again just because of the food. Less
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Very nice room with balcony! Cabin service wasn't very good, most times cabin was not made up until very late in the day. We always had to request ice for our room.
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