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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
299 reviews

Only snobs would complain

Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Seven Seas Navigator
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First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2015
Cabin: Grand Suite

This was our first cruise and it could not have been more beautiful. We were treated like royalty the entire trip and wanted for nothing. We felt completely spoiled. Yes is was a smaller ship but that was the fun of it. Everything was more personal and the crew from top to bottom all tried to please. The only naysayers we encountered were a very few snobs with a sense of arrogance and entitlement. There is more activities on board than one can do , unless you never sleep!

The shore excursions could be a little more replete in their explanations. For instance, the "jungle ATV trip" (Cozumel)does not go from point "A" to point "B" as it implies; it is all on a course and I guess for good reason, but you cover about a five-acre course that day. However, the guides and their crew were soooo accommodating we had a great time.

The Belieze Mayan ruins were fantastic and the guides could not have been more wonderful and friendly.

Cabin Review

Grand Suite

Cabin GS

Could not have been better. Always clean. Always restocked. I told them please take away the Budweiser and bring Coors; no problem. The best bed I ever slept in and rocked to sleep every night. We loved our cabin but knew there was adventure outside too.

We had room service one morning and it was much more than expected. It made us feel guilty it was so indulgent. I'd recommend it.

Port Reviews


The food was great. However, it's a good thing I speak Spanish or we'd have up the probverbial creek! We went to a Wal Mart and it was an all Spanish speaking Wal-Mart. We had a great time but cab drivers and shuttle drivers told me it was their obligation to speak English but they don't like it. Basically, the whole part of town were were in , except for the restaurants and motels, spoke only Spanish, including the Anglos. We spoke more Spanish in Miami than Honduras. The mutuels clerk at the race track acted stunned when I went to cash a winning ticket and spoke to him in English. I switched to Spanish and all of O.K.

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