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This was our second sailing on the Navigator-this time was a real disappointment, our last sailing on her was March 2003. There were many more teenagers and college kids (under 25) this time, cigarette butts in many, many corridors, teenagers sitting on steps so you couldn't walk down them God knows you couldn't take the elevators either because they were all in them riding up 1 floor or down 2. The corridors also had tons of empty beer bottles sitting all along the walls, barely picked up between morning to evening. The Dungeon clearly states certain ages to be admitted and there even is someone standing there pretending to be watching, not the case, the children in there were probably still in junior high school. The dining room wasn't as enjoyable either, it seemed to have a "oh bother" sense, nothing like the last sailing (which was perfect). The captain barely bothered to talk on the pa-which we really enjoyed on our first sailing with her, that captain joyfully said good morning good morning good morning in a cheery fashion. We checked to sign up for another cruise before we left, 6 of us, and this was even a "bother" to the woman making the reservations, we decided NOT to venture on this ship again, and maybe we will book with another cruiseline too, our next sailing will be in March of 2005-we will see what happens between now and then. The best thing was the embarkation actually, we arrived around 1 p.m. and got right on the ship-great timing!!

Navigator of the Seas - Eastern Caribbean

Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review by debney2

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This was our second sailing on the Navigator-this time was a real disappointment, our last sailing on her was March 2003.
There were many more teenagers and college kids (under 25) this time, cigarette butts in many, many corridors, teenagers sitting on steps so you couldn't walk down them God knows you couldn't take the elevators either because they were all in them riding up 1 floor or down 2.
The corridors also had tons of empty beer bottles sitting all along the walls, barely picked up between morning to evening. The Dungeon clearly states certain ages to be admitted and there even is someone standing there pretending to be watching, not the case, the children in there were probably still in junior high school.
The dining room wasn't as enjoyable either, it seemed to have a "oh bother" sense, nothing like the last sailing (which was perfect).
The captain barely bothered to talk on the pa-which we really enjoyed on our first sailing with her, that captain joyfully said good morning good morning good morning in a cheery fashion.
We checked to sign up for another cruise before we left, 6 of us, and this was even a "bother" to the woman making the reservations, we decided NOT to venture on this ship again, and maybe we will book with another cruiseline too, our next sailing will be in March of 2005-we will see what happens between now and then.
The best thing was the embarkation actually, we arrived around 1 p.m. and got right on the ship-great timing!!
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