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Fun times at sea... should have went to a speciality dining.

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Mexican Riviera

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Cometman
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

The Navigator is a Beautiful ship. Easy parking at the port. $20 a day. We had a balcony cabin on deck 12. Cabin 1888. Entertainment on board was Vegas quality. We loved all of the shows. Dining- Main dining was a 6/10. Service great. Food soso. But I am a spoiled by cruising higher end cruise lines. Windjammer buffet was okay. Nothing special. On deck Mexican food was ...
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Sail Date: August 2022


This may not be the ship for you if you are not traveling with family....

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Mexican Riviera

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TheNightDawg
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

Let me start by saying I don't think I should be treated "special", but when you are sold a Grand Suite because of all the supposed wonderful extras and ammenities, then you sort-of have a raised expectation... especially when I have sailed a suite-class on other cruise lines. And because I have often sailed with RC's sister company, Celebrity, I was Platinum level in their Crown & Anchor Society ...
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Sail Date: July 2022

Cabin Type: Grand Suite


A few great things and more to work on

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Mexican Riviera

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cheesequesadilla
6-10 Cruises • Age 30s

There were some good things about our cruise.  The COVID testing process for kids, while unfortunate to have to do, went as smoothly as it could have.  The staff running it were helpful and efficient; we were in and out in less than half an hour.  On the ship, the service in Windjammer and Cafe Promenade was fantastic - the people who work there were so kind and attentive!  The food from El Loco ...
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Sail Date: June 2022

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Traveled with disabled person


Underwhelming in my opinion!

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Mexican Riviera

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crstnanla17
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

We chose this cruise because we were celebrating my parents 50th Anniversary and they didn't want to fly so out of LA we have two options, Carnival or RCCL. Having cruised Carnival many times I suggested RCCL thinking / knowing it would be a better fit. All I can say is that I was very underwhelmed by everything on this cruise. I was on this same cruise the end of January and had a great time, ...
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Sail Date: June 2022

Cabin Type: Ocean View Balcony

Traveled with disabled person


Great crew, but not at 100%

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Mexican Riviera

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jclinard
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

I selected this cruise as a getaway. It wasn't long, and it wasn't exotic, but it did push me into Diamond Plus territory. Navigator of the Seas is running three day / four day cruises out of Los Angeles to Ensenada and Catalina Island. I selected a four night cruise. Balcony staterooms were not available when I booked, but I put in a minimal bid for one from their RoyalUp offer, and scored ...
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Sail Date: May 2022

Cabin Type: Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony


Great value, great ship, boring itinerary

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Mexican Riviera

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robbinsca
10+ Cruises • Age 2020s

Our cruise on the Navigator of the Seas took place at the end of May in 2022. The cruise was booked as a way to get out of town and cruise again after waiting way too long for other cruises that had been cancelled on us. I am normally a bigger fan of NCL than Royal, but my wife prefers Royal. We only live about 25 miles from the port and have cruised out of there on multiple occasions. We are ...
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Sail Date: May 2022


A fun little getaway over memorial day weekend on the Navigator of the Seas

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Mexican Riviera

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Stockjock
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Overview: We did a quick 3-night cruise on Navigator of the Seas out of Los Angeles over the Memorial Day weekend. We were limited on time, so we felt this would be doable. According to our waiter, this was the first cruise sailing at full capacity since the start of the pandemic. Because it was a holiday cruise and was full, pricing was more expensive than what I’ve typically ...
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Sail Date: May 2022

Cabin Type: Spacious Panoramic Ocean View


Very Disappointed

Review for Regatta to Pacific Coastal

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Cruisefan2022
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

This was our 3rd Cruise on Oceania in as many years. We were very excited to be cruising again. The cruise was very disappointing from beginning to end. Oceania has really slipped in their quality IMHO. I’ll just hit the low points of the trip but bottom-line Oceania does not care any longer about their quality. I spoke to numerous people and got zero response from them. We flew from DFW to LAX ...
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Sail Date: May 2022

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

Traveled with disabled person


Great Cruise

Review for Island Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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gjones1043
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

This cruise met our time and destination requirements. The Island Princess is just the right size to go thru the old locks of the Panama Canal. Having sailed on this ship in the past we knew it was one of the best in the Princess fleet. The people we met on the ship were wonderful. The Crooners bar was the prime meeting place on the ship for a great many people. We certainly looked forward ...
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Sail Date: May 2022

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony


Don't choose Princess if you have special needs

Review for Island Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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CandaceA2021
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

I know many people don't understand the seriousness of food related illnesses and allergies. When I alter a dish or ask for the special menu I expect an eyeroll and an "in my day..." comment from those around me. What I don't expect is to be treated like the staff is feeding scaps to a bilge rat. I was fed succotash with asian sweet & sour sauce, a raw onion taco, cold crunchy red ...
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Sail Date: May 2022

Cabin Type: Balcony

Traveled with disabled person


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