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Navigator of the Seas Review

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Get out there and just do it or else !!!

Review for Navigator of the Seas to the Mexican Riviera
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marlenegoesbyebye
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Apr 2008
Cabin: Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Traveled with children

hello all found this cruise on vacations to go than booked it with a local agency in Montreal Canada. it was my first time cruising so I hope I do not bore you with some details I went on line and did the internet registration it was simple and fast got my sea pass and printed out all documents that I would need for this trip. Our destination was Cozumel Mexico only one. Day of departure went smooth from Montreal Canada we took Air Transat to Fort Lauderdale same day departure next time I will book a hotel and leave a day before because we had to leave at 2:30am in the morning in order to make the 6 am flight it was a long day....it was me and my 16 year old son going. Once we landed in Fort Lauderdale I looked for the Royal Caribbean representative I was not able to guarantee transfers because I booked it only 2 weeks in advance so we spoke to this gentleman and he instructed us to wait till 11am than take a taxi to the pier and than we could board than. I saved more because transfers are $30 each person taxi from airport was $15. us dollars savings $45...!!!! So we waited for around an hour, we had our suitcases, changed into light clothing, and we were ready to swim in case our bags were delayed till we got them at our cabin. Once we got to the pier it was very exciting, tons of people coming from all over, we left our bags with the porters than proceeded to the gates and customs and registration it seems complicated but it is very well organized..

Once we got on the ship your photo is taken and than you are herded into an area which is huge where you wait till lunch is ready there are various lines for kids programs etc A message kept on replaying over and over with an apology about the cabins not being ready till 1pm it was ok we headed to the Windjammer cafe which is a very large buffet restaurant and sat down to eat it had many foods to choose from.

All dining rooms have FREE ice tea, fruit juice apple juice and lemonade breakfast is orange or apple with free coffee or tea water on tap is ok to drink bring a water bottle if you choose so you do not have to pay $4 for a bottle of water each time. The only drinks you will pay for unless you get the drink card are the following, all soft drinks with gas like coke up etc wine beer fancy drinks fancy coffees Ben an Jerry's ice cream ..so here are my tips buy the drink card, and if you want to save at dinner time buy a bottle of wine they have many to choose from and it is worth it it goes from 22-up to 100's the soft drink card for kids is 20, adults is 40 so be warned. Exercise classes are a charge too. It is a charging marathon on board.

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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Cabin E1

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