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Navigator of the Seas Review

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Wonderful Vacation with Lesson Learned

Review for Navigator of the Seas to the Western Caribbean
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The BarCarres
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2013
Cabin: Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

We flew into New Orleans the night before the cruise left. Stayed at an Airport Hotel and then had a taxi pick us up and take us straight to the cruiseport. Getting onto the ship was a breeze (platinum class helps) and then we took our first time cruiser on a quick tour of the Navigator of the Seas. This was our third trip on a Voyager class ship so began to feel like we knew our way around. The ship was pretty much full and to our dismay we realized we were on a Spring Break Cruise (forgot to check the dates for all 50 states). For the most part it wasn't a big deal but we did find that many parents allowed their children to run wild throughout the cruise. More on this later.

First port was Cozumel and we had a catamaran snorkel and beach adventure planned. Loved the snorkeling could have done without the beach but then I really dislike sand unless I can get it off me immediately. Wild lunch at Senor Frog's won't repeat that experience either. No wonder some people weren't feeling well the next day -- definitely symptoms of the Cozumel Flu.

Next day was Georgetown - Grand Cayman Island. LOVED LOVED the double snorkeling adventure on the catamaran could repeat that over and over again. Nothing bad to say at all about Georgetown except our stay was too short.

Cabin Review

Superior Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Port Reviews

Falmouth

If we went to Jamaica again we most likely would just hang out at the cruise port market. Our Tour to Montego Bay was ok but was a long hot day.

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