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Navigator of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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2315 reviews
5 Awards

RCI Delivers Good Value

Review for Navigator of the Seas to the Western Caribbean
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twovacation
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Feb 2013
Cabin: Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Traveled with children

RCI delivers a very good standard in about everything across the board. People who don't like the food are too picky in my opinion. People who think it's great are not discerning enough...it's good. Same with the rooms (hotel operations), service, presentation of the ship etc. It's all very good. Considering you pay a very good rate on a cruise like this one, you get a very good value. Price plus quality = value. Don't be scared away by any picky reviewers...look for what you want and if RCI says they have it, they will deliver!

Embarkation: NOLA was cold, so I liked departing out of Miami much better...not RCI's fault at all. I just want to leave winter and feel like I'm on vacation, and New Orleans was 47 degrees as we left, brrrrrr! Getting on was easy, smooth, and took about 45 minutes start to finish.

Cruise: Took my 11 yr old son for some one on one time. Great time. However a tip to RCI...there are things for kids (adventure ocean) and things for adults, but not much for both during the day in terms of planned or coordinated activities. We did everything from scavenger hunt, to rock wall, to mini golf, to ice skating, to roller blading, to ping pong, to swimming to lots of basketball and shuffleboard...so make no mistake we found plenty of fun!

Cabin Review

Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Cabin D2

9286 is a good location, quiet and yet easy access either up two floors to windjammer and pool and 3 decks to sports deck. Yet also only 4 easy floors down to royal promenade. We did not need the elevator much...although when we did they were not a problem except when you'd expect which is when people are getting on or off in mass for ports, embarkation or disembarkation. Our room was also easy access to the front or back of the ship. We did not hear our neighbors and they had a crying baby. We felt it was a great room!

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