9 Galveston to Caribbean - Southern Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas Cruise Reviews

Navigator July 19-July 26: (First time sailing on RCCL) 14 year old son and Dad arrived at Galveston Park-n-Cruise parking at 10:20 a.m. Walked across the street and gave luggage to porter. Got in line outside terminal at 10:30 a.m. As ... Read More
Navigator July 19-July 26: (First time sailing on RCCL) 14 year old son and Dad arrived at Galveston Park-n-Cruise parking at 10:20 a.m. Walked across the street and gave luggage to porter. Got in line outside terminal at 10:30 a.m. As approached inside of terminal, far right line opened and walked directly to check-in counter. Completed check-in and went directly onto ship. Time was now 10:57 a.m. Check-in was a breeze. Walked around exploring and went to Windjammers for lunch at 11:30 a.m. which was not crowded. Food was decent for a buffet. Explored ship after lunch and went to room at 1:10 p.m. and changed into swimsuits for a nice dip in the pools. Luggage did not arrive until 6:00 p.m. Room Stewart (Jennifer) stated that those first on the ship usually got their luggage last. We had early supper seating. Food was great every night in Main Dining Room except last night (Pomodoro). (If you are going to choose a specialty restaurant, do so on “Pomodoro” menu night.) We had two starters/apps and two main courses every night except lobster night (Friday) when we had 3 lobster tails along with two starters/apps. Was asked if we wanted another but declined. Head waiter stated that shorts are allowed in Main Dining Room except for the two formal nights. We wore khaki pants, white shirts, and ties on formal nights. We wore shorts the other nights. We sat at a table of six and service was quick. My son did activities with the 12-14 year old group on sea days/evenings and on shore days in the evenings. He had a great time with the activities and just walking around/hanging out with his new friends. We went to the 3:30 p.m. Ice Show on Monday. It was a great show. Do not miss this show. Weather was great every day. We visited Cozumel (Mr. Sancho’s All-Inclusive Beach Resort: ask for Martin for your waiter. All you can eat and drink. The coconut shrimp were great. I ate 10 of them along with various other items such as chicken fajitas, rice, beans, and 3 shrimp cocktails.) on Tuesday. On Wednesday we visited Belize (RCCL Wildlife and Zoo Tour: had a great time and lunch was included.) On Thursday we visited Roatan (RCCL Tabyana Beach Break Excursion: had a great time and a great buffet was included.) Thursday Night on the pool deck there was a big party with all of the bands each playing beginning at 9:45 p.m. and at 10:30 p.m. there was a finger food type buffet. We ate lunch in Johnny Rockets on Saturday. Very good food along with a great milk shake. Overall, we had a great time and the food was really good in the Main Dining Room except for the Pomodoro menu. The RCCL staff was nice everywhere on the ship. Even though it was summer break, there were not a lot of kids running around. They behaved real well. With the ship’s guests you could however tell who was from Texas and who was not. Guests from up north were ruder, especially getting on/off the elevators and in Windjammers. The folks from Texas were much nicer saying “excuse me”, etc. whereas this was not in the other folks vocabulary. When someone was rude, I asked them if they were from somewhere besides Texas and they then asked me how did I know that. I told them that I had “ESP”. Getting off of the ship was a piece of cake. We had #15 (9:30 a.m.) but went earlier with no problem. Once in the terminal we got a porter and breezed through customs. Getting a porter is the best way to go. It took less than 20 minutes. Read Less
Sail Date July 2015
We LOVE cruising and had been on 4 Carnival cruises in the past 8 years. This was our first Royal Caribbean and it was definitely different from Carnival. We had a good time on the boat and a FANTASTIC in the ports, however, we both ... Read More
We LOVE cruising and had been on 4 Carnival cruises in the past 8 years. This was our first Royal Caribbean and it was definitely different from Carnival. We had a good time on the boat and a FANTASTIC in the ports, however, we both agreed we missed the energy of Carnival. Here's the breakdown... LOVED! 1.Our room! We stayed in a Junior Suite and I don't think we can ever get anything less in the future! It was PERFECT. The closet, the view, the size, the tub - all wonderful! Beds were no different than Carnival but -eh 2. We had access to the bow of the ship which made for the amazing sunsets and photo opps. We also had a view of the bridge from above while the officers navigated the ship out of the port of Roatan. Very cool! 3. Not as crowded as Carnival but that was good and bad. Empty lounge chairs everywhere but not as many staff members coming around for drink orders. 4. Great ice show but the other shows were -eh. 5. The food was better than Carnival in all areas but the desserts still stink. Why can't cruise ships get desserts that taste good??? NOT SO MUCH :( 1. RC does not leave beach towels in our staterooms for use on excursions or on the ship. The beach towels on the boat were old, stained, thin and short and you had to find a towel vendor near a gangway to check out a towel for excursions. 2. The Windjammer buffet shuts down for 3 hours and does not open for dinner until 6:00 while all other dining rooms/specialty restaurants open at 5:00 or 5:30. If we didn't want to pay extra and just wanted pizza or sandwiches we had to go 6 floors down to a small cafe on the Promenade deck. 3. Bar drinks were inconsistently mixed. We purchased the "Ultimate Drink Package" and don't feel like we got top shelf when we asked for it. When we ordered the top shelf, 'perfect', margarita, the bartenders used Patron tequila but well triple sec and sweet and sour mix rather than lime juice and Cointreau. Bar drinks that we ordered were mixed differently at different bars. Consistency and quality of most of the bar mixed drinks were disappointing. 4. The push for cruise guests to donate money for RC's charity was awkward. RC spent a lot of time talking about their charity and asking guests to donate money. Why is Royal Caribbean asking it's guests to pay for RC's donation to The Make a Wish Foundation? Shouldn't RC be donating that money itself? Many guest jumped on that band wagon and donated quite a lot but it made me uncomfortable to be asked, for 45 minutes before a show or 2-3 hours on the Lido deck, to give money that Royal Caribbean should be giving if that is their charity of choice. Please don't do this on my vacation! 5. The RC website was not user-friendly. I booked online and had to search for links to print luggage tags, book excursions, what dress codes were, complete itinerary, show tickets and more. When I booked with Carnival ALL information is printable in one form at the end of the booking process. When we boarded the ship we just happened upon the table that was giving out tickets for the ice show. We had no idea we had to reserve tickets and we got lucky exploring the ship and noticing the line of people. I actually looked on the website for tickets to that particular show and the site said, 'it had no information' about shows on the ship. 6. Excursion tickets - we received all our excursion tickets in our stateroom but noticed the tickets only had a start time on them and no ending time. An ending time would be helpful so that we know how much time we have to explore the port at the end of the excursion. It also seemed like RC had fewer excursions to choose from than Carnival. 7. During the muster drill we followed ALL directions and went through the entire drill but were later given a letter that we had not checked in and gone to the drill. We asked our stateroom attendant where we were supposed to 'check-in' for the drill but she never gave us a specific answer. She did say that she knew we went and that she would fix it with her supervisor. She did resolve it but we still have no idea why we were contacted about not going to the drill. 8. We loved getting updates from the captain, who was pretty cool, but it was difficult to understand what he was saying over the loud speaker system on the ship. He was speaking very clearly but the sound system was unclear. It sounded as though the captain was speaking through a pillow at times. 9. We read that the parade and the ice show were definitely the 2 shows to see. Be warned the parade is not until 11:00 p.m. and in "hallway" of a promenade deck. We skipped it and watched it on tv the next day. In fact, several of the actually fun sounding events were after 10:30 p.m. The ice show was truly awesome and should not be missed. Get in line for tickets at the ice show theater (no extra charge) the day you get on the boat. OVERALL The crowd on RC is more subdued, more well dressed and has an older average age group. RC had a lot of the same activities as Carnival but somehow they were MORE fun on Carnival - more excitement, more variety, better shows. We are in our mid 40's with no kids and still like the Fun Ship vibe ;) Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Having traveled more than 15 times on many different cruise lines. we took our first cruise on a Royal Caribbean ship. The company makes claims they are the #1 cruise line in the business. Don't believe it. They may be #1 in passenger ... Read More
Having traveled more than 15 times on many different cruise lines. we took our first cruise on a Royal Caribbean ship. The company makes claims they are the #1 cruise line in the business. Don't believe it. They may be #1 in passenger volume but NOT in cruise quality. Their promo offers for attractive On Board Cash Credits becomes a "bait & switch" tactic. Once on board you discover how expensive EVERYTHING is on the ship. The OBC dollars are quickly consumed. If you are booking a cruise because of the educational programs offerred on board such as Photo Techiniques, Computer training, art & painting classes, etc BEWARE. They may be listed in their brochures but once out to sea you will not find them. If you are interested in Rock Wall climbing, or loud native music you will find out...right along the other 4000 passengers on board. On a positive note, the food quality and selection are excellent. And the stateroom staff are outstanding despite the fact that the cruise line company does not pay them a salary. All the money the staff gets is derived from the mandatory gratuities imposed on the passengers. You will get a clean ship with clean staterooms but don't try to communicate on WiFi or use your cell phone. The service is expensive, slow, and poorly designed. The check in and check out processes are sheer madness. Allow many hours ! Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Mid 40s no kids who booked this on a whim about 3 weeks out. first time on this class of ship. Embarkation: Galveston has a well deserved reputation for being a CRAPPY embarkation port. Booked Lighthouse parking( covered slots) . close ... Read More
Mid 40s no kids who booked this on a whim about 3 weeks out. first time on this class of ship. Embarkation: Galveston has a well deserved reputation for being a CRAPPY embarkation port. Booked Lighthouse parking( covered slots) . close enough to see the ship, very friendly and efficient staff who loaded our bags on the shuttle quickly and got us to Terminal 2 in no time at all. word of advice: spend the money on a porter. if you wanted to 'self check' your bags, the workers could not be bothered to look you in the face, or even bypass the party of 8 in front of you who did not have luggage tags already on, forcing the next 4 groups behind them who DID to wait about ten minutes while they ran off and stood in line to get tags. if you portered it, you could go directly to the check in line. the usual division of lines based on C&A status applied, although the person at the lead tried to shunt us down the extra long Gold line despite being in a suite( and Emerald). there is NOT a lot of room in the terminal once you got checked in, and NO separation by boarding number. you had to push you way through the SRO crowd. they called Pinnacle first, then Suites. there was a huge number of WC assistance parties required. Began boarding about 1115 or so and was in the Promenade eating a light snack before noon( we wandered around a bit first) cabin were ready at 1 though no announcement was made. GS balcony ( I thought) was smaller than I was used to, with no lounger at all but the cabin itself was nice and large and had more than enough storage space. it was about equidistant from both sets of elevators. one floor down from aft stairs was the CL and one floor up from Aft was the Pool/solarium/windjammer. Solarium is NOT covered although there is enough of a ceiling to provide plenty of shade. both hot tubs are covered. impossible to get a seat on sea days, with many people spending all day reading( NOT 'reserving') or bouncing between napping and soaking in the hot tubs(including me!) it was often not until noon or later before pool towels were supplied in the Solarium and on port days even more of a hassle as the main pool area did not have any either until the bulk of the pax got off the ship. WJ continues to disappoint, especially for lunch. it was literally the same offerings every day. maybe one new curry dish a day. if you want a burger, go to Johnny Rockets and spend the cover charge. Promenade had easy access to free coffee and drinks 24 hours , a great plus. MDR is the same old same old, most days I can find something that really tickles my fancy. as a suite guest we had cooked to order breakfast in Chops daily, with a very limited selection but since Eggs Benedict was on the list I was fine with that. CL was PACKED every night.. as in SRO for the first hour minimum. Li Ping was the main bartender and she was very personable. Her companion was less effusive but kept the snacks well stocked. Ricardo was the CL and very friendly every night, helping deliver drinks as well as making the rounds every night to personally greet everyone who came in. Overall, the Ship's officers were pretty visible all over the ship, but especially the Promenade, which is AWSOME. a lot of energy all day yet inside the Pub or Vintages was very peaceful Ports were Falmouth, Grand Cayman and Cozumel. enjoyed Falmouth, but had been to the other two prior so didn't get off at all. we are neither beach goers, heavy duty shoppers or drinkers so the ports were of limited interest to us. all but the last sea day we had great weather. last day was choppy( not enough to get out the seasick bags but enough cancel all poolside and outdoor activities like flowrider and rock climbing) Disembarkation was slightly less painful, with the Customs line for US citizens basically EMPTY and our luggage all ready to go. waited maybe 10 minutes for our Lighthouse shuttle to fill and were in our car by 9 am to begin the drive back to San Antonio. you WILL pay a tax on any liquor or cigarettes brought into Texas. even the duty free stuff. lines did not look be that bad. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
The cruise was wonderful; the weather cooperated. Embarkation (wheel chair assist) was the easiest it ever had been. ALL the servers on the ship were excellent. The restaurants and bars were good, although the main dining room offerings ... Read More
The cruise was wonderful; the weather cooperated. Embarkation (wheel chair assist) was the easiest it ever had been. ALL the servers on the ship were excellent. The restaurants and bars were good, although the main dining room offerings were bland and mass-produced tasting. All desserts there were gelatinous, even the cakes. The gym and spa were very clean and useable. Spin class was boring rather than energizing. Stateroom attendant, Solomon, was attentive and excellent. The debarkation, wheel chair assist was disastrous. Finally when the Captain announced that all passengers should be off the ship, My wife got out of the chair and took her cane and we slowly made out way down to the gangway. The terminal was a zoo...the longest lines I have ever seen on any cruise debarkation. At least my wife got to sit down. Despite debarkation and bland dining room food, the cruise was perfect for us and the servers superb in attitude and efficiency Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Embarkation was quick, but the traffic to the terminal was very heavy, plan for delays in Galveston. It has been seven years since we sailed with RCL. We thought we would give them another try, we were still disappointed, we usually cruise ... Read More
Embarkation was quick, but the traffic to the terminal was very heavy, plan for delays in Galveston. It has been seven years since we sailed with RCL. We thought we would give them another try, we were still disappointed, we usually cruise on Norwegian or Carnival. Our cabin was clean and our steward Juliette was the best, we had one of the promenade cabins which was a nice roomy cabin, but the storage was less than adequate, we had anytime dining and quality of the food in the dining room was not as good as Norwegian or Carnival. The lobster was good on elegant night, as were the steaks but the desserts were nothing to get excited about. The buffet food was decent, seemd like it was rehashed leftovers from the main dining area with some fresh veg and fruit selections, the individual stations were very good with a selection of good breakfast items. For those of you who are gluten intolerant or celiac there was gluten free breads at the breakfast bread stations but not at night. Mitch Merucci is the best cruise director I have ever seen in all my 14 + cruises. The staff were very friendly, accommodating and when I lost my one and only Credit card and informed the front desk, security was able to locate it quickly, emergency averted in Cozumel. The wine bar was decent as was the pub, but there was not a sports bar or a theater for movie watching. The entertainment was quality, ice skaters and musicians were excellent, the Motown show was unbelievably good, but the comics were pretty terrible. I think we will go back to Carnival, princess or Norwegian cruise lines, which treat their return customers better, a robe for every guest, chocolates at bedtime, free drinks for return cruisers and a lounge for their club members who have been on many cruises with them in addition to upgrades and VIP treatment that can't be beat. Read Less
Sail Date September 2014
It been a while since we sailed with RCI and we were disappointed with the selection and quality of the food. It was the same thing for 7 days in the windjammer food was warm at best and lacked variety. The formal dining lacked any great ... Read More
It been a while since we sailed with RCI and we were disappointed with the selection and quality of the food. It was the same thing for 7 days in the windjammer food was warm at best and lacked variety. The formal dining lacked any great desserts like warm molten chocolate cake, etc. We ate at the Chops steak house the first night and found out they didn't even offer a ribeye. if you wanted an aged porter house, it would cost an additional approximately $20.00 on top of the $35.00. The wait staff at Chops were running around like it was a fast food service, quick in, quick out. 'My wife and I were celebrating our anniversary and were expecting better food and quality service. The embarkation and debarkation process was quick and fast, but where where was the RCI staff welcoming you on board. There were no one. Our stateroom was not clean, but we eventually got that resolved and a bottle of wine for that problem. One big attraction for us was the flow rider and it was only opened only twice a day for either 1 hr or 2 hrs. It just seemed they lacked personnel on the ship for everything. The staff they had were very good and friendly, which made our cruise somewhat more bearable, but for the entertainment and quality, I think we will be using Carnival or other cruise lines, after all they still offer the turn down chocolates at bedtime. Also we are emerald level and had no robes, which we found out you have to request. Read Less
Sail Date August 2014
We are Canadians and left from Detroit International Airport. We arrived in Galveston on March 1, 2014 rented a car from Avis $52.00 plus $13.00 for gas for the four of us. We stayed at Inn at the water park. very nice place. They will ... Read More
We are Canadians and left from Detroit International Airport. We arrived in Galveston on March 1, 2014 rented a car from Avis $52.00 plus $13.00 for gas for the four of us. We stayed at Inn at the water park. very nice place. They will drive you to and from the port. We returned the car back to Avis on March 2, just before we had to board the ship cost $40.00 for tax ride. So it cost $105.00 for the rental and we had it for 24 hours. This was nice as we drove around shopping and sightseeing. Better then paying for taxes or shuttle service. Boarding the ship. I hear people complaining about this and realize people will complain for no reason. Boarding is in side don't know why people are saying they were out side. The line is long there are over 3000 people trying to get on one boat. It might have taken 1 1/2 hours and i'm not even sure it was that long. And if your gold and higher your line moves faster. So people stop complaining about boarding and disembarkation. Our room was amazing and the Hudson our stateroom attendant was incredible. Rooms cleaned twice a day where can you get that kind of treatment? no where. The boat had everything you could ask for. Our cruise was for 7 nights and still didn't do everything. The shows were great. The comedian made me laughed so hard my contact fell out but again you can't make everyone laugh, some people need to just let loose. The food how can anyone complain about the food. We ate in the dinning room every night. The food was amazing. Prime Rid, Lobster, Crab Legs, Steak, Salmon, Lamb, Chicken, Pork Chops the list goes on and on. All prepared to make your mouth water, with a presentation just like the cooking shows on TV. Appetizers 8 to pick from and 6 changed nightly. Desert was incredible and i'm not a Desert person. The cheese cake was to die for. Most of the Deserts were so rich you only needed two bites to satisfy the sweet spot. The Dinner staff catered to your every need and they are constantly smiling. I felt like i was eating in a dinning room made for kings and queens. How people can complain about the food is beyond me. Now for entertainment, my son who is 16 had the best time. He participated in games won 2nd place in the belly flop competition and 3rd in the rock climbing. He danced away the night in the teen room. He met great friends and is missing them already. They did it all from hot tub parties to dancing to pool parties to rock climbing to ice skating to riding the flow-rider and then just relaxing in the teen room playing guitar hero. The only time I seen my son was for dinner and our excursions. Now for my experience. Daily hot tub get together s, dancing until late at night, meeting so many nice people. Eating when ever I needed to in so many different places. My morning coffee on the deck watching the sun rise. To a drink on the pool deck watching the sunset. So many shows to watch it was none stop entertainment. Excursions Jamaica zip lining & Dunn's fall booked with ship. This was a great tour and the tour guides are they for you. they don't let the natives push you into buying. The best thing about booking through the ship is if you are late for any reason the ship waits for you. In our case we were almost late and we didn't have to worry. I will tell more on this issue later. We then stopped in Grand Cayman-Georgetown you have to be tendered in as Cayman's has a coral reef around the island preventing ships to get close. Then tender ride is fun. My mother and brother thought they might get sea sick but it was an okay ride. I did make a excursion by myself thorough Fat Fish Adventures. I recommend this to everyone. Cut your dollars somewhere else if your short of cash. This tour is amazing. They pick you us at the Hard Rock Cafe and drive you to the ski doo's you can drive as slow or as fast as you want. They bring you to the sting ray sand bar where almost everyone goes and i'm sure we were the envy of about 75% of the people there. Most of the boats were crowded. With is tour there was 7 of us plus our guide. The guide knows his stingrays and they come right to him. We each feed which was a great experience. After we were done feeding he showed us how to hold them and we each took our turns. He did not rush us and let us take our time taking pictures and enjoying this beautiful spot. We then left and went to a private spot to snorkel. It was just our group this was incredible. He let us just take our time never did he rush us. He then took us to starfish bay. we beached the ski doo and walked into the water to our knees. He found a starfish right away. The all took turns holding as he gave us some back ground on this area. Then it was for about a 20 mile ride back. This was the best excursion i have ever did and it cost $175.00 for two of us on one ski doo. This excursion you can not get from the cruise ship it is a private company. I was very sacred we would not get back to the ship on time but he guaranteed me he would and he did. Took a chance and it worked out. Now for Cozumel again we did not book an excursion through the ship we got off and there were excursion right there. It cost $60.00 for us to go on a snorkel trip with free pop and beer. The posted price was $50.00 a person. but Mommy is good at getting a lower price $30.00 for both of us. We paid the lowest. Make sure you bargain. This was a fast trip only 2 1/2 hours. Trip could have been avoided. No different then Grand Caymans snorkeling. But this is why I say book with the ship when you have tours that are way from he ship. And they have to drive you. Six people went on an excursion 4 of them through the ship 2 did not. The group of 4 where late. They were on the wrong time(time change)the ship waited for them. The 2 that did not go through the ship were left behind. Now that is not a way I want to spend my vacation. So be very careful on your shore excursions. Now for the disembarkation. It runs very smooth. But don't forget over 3000 people are getting off this ship and trying to clear customs and get rides. And Celerity is doing the same just down the street. So be patient. We were lucky as Canadians we go in a different line much faster. It is chaos outside with over 6000 people trying to get shuttles and taxis. It took us two shuttles before we could get on but that was okay to me. We went back to Inn at the water park stayed another night rented the car from Avis again cost was $72.00 plus taxi ride $40.00 plus gas $8.00. Total cost $120.00. Grand total for rental car for 4 people $185.00 round trip. Can't get this any cheaper. And we had the car to sight see. We all loved this trip. Don't listen to complaining people. This ship was amazing, the food was excellent, the ports were beautiful, the staff is incredible, the entertainment was enjoyable with some great laughs. When it says adult it means adult don't go if you can't handle it. This will stop you from complaining. I'm sorry but some of these reviews are just stupid. I know there are all kinds of people that like different things. But to complain about anything on this ship just tells me those people can't be pleased no matter what. Take this trip if you can. Some things I would not do next time. Don't buy the drink specials as my son and mother never used them. They loved the lemonade and my son drinks alot of water he did not have one pop..waste of money there. I bought the premium drink special I would not do that again could not drink enough to pay for it. But if you drink more then 9 drinks a day then get it. Remember you are off the ship for 8 hours 3 times. 9 drinks are alot they put almost 2 shots per drink and they are not watered down like when your on a resort all inclusive. You can see how much you drink the first night and if you want to buy it for the rest of the trip you have that opinion. I hope this help you plan a cruise on Navigator of the Sea. Please read between the lines when reading complaints. Because the 4 of us and the many friends we met loved this trip and are all planing on doing it again. Thank you Royal Caribbean, thanks to the staff, thanks to Fat Fish Adventures we had just an amazing time. Cannot wait to do it again. Read Less
Sail Date March 2014
Newly renivated ship looked great, I did not like the beds and pillows at all. Reminded me of bunk beds that fold down from wall and hard. Pillows were very slim, but after asking cabin maid, he brought us two more pillows that were ... Read More
Newly renivated ship looked great, I did not like the beds and pillows at all. Reminded me of bunk beds that fold down from wall and hard. Pillows were very slim, but after asking cabin maid, he brought us two more pillows that were thicker. RC has cut out the midnight choc. bar and food was not up to their usual great food. In the main dinning on 11th floor chairs were very slim and big people will not fit in them. The staff was very good about bringing chairs without arms on them to you. In the dinning room on the 3rd,4th, and 5 th floor was beautiful and well done. Chairs again were an issue for big people, but the waiters did bring a chair without arms. We travel RC all the time and really enjoy the hospitality on board, and the folks that cruise with us on each cruise. Over all it was a great cruise and I recommend sailing on this ship, the promenade state rooms were really nice with a window overlooking the center of the boat. Gambing did not pay off and slots were tight and did not see very many people winning. The dealers were very friendly and really wanted us to win, but no luck on this trip. By the way guys, they do have poker tables to play on. The new ports were fantastic and had good shopping for the ladies. Jamacia was really nice after they moved the port entry and shopping area was excellent. I recommend going on this cruise, and maybe if people complain a little they will fix the other items that i talked about.   Read Less
Sail Date March 2014
Navigator of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.5 4.3
Dining 4.5 3.9
Entertainment 5.0 3.8
Public Rooms 4.0 4.2
Fitness Recreation 4.0 4.1
Family 5.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.7
Enrichment 2.0 3.4
Service 4.5 4.3
Value For Money 4.5 3.8
Rates 4.5 4.2

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