Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review by sporkov
- Sail Date: January 2017
- Destination: Southern Caribbean
The embarkation was very smooth. Disembarkation was a bit backed up once you left the ship as the hold you in a walkway off the ship so that the luggage retrieval area does not get too full.
The diners in the main dining room were very tasty and had a great selection. I am disappointed with Royal Caribbean allowing the formal dining room to become so casual. There were people wearing jeans, tee shirts, and baseball hats on formal night. If they are going to allow such a lack setting, they should provide a separate area in the formal dining room for those that want to follow the traditional dress code.
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