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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Seven Seas Navigator to the Mexican Riviera
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10+ Cruises • Age 2020s

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Sail Date: Dec 2017
Cabin: Window Suite

It was LA to LA, so very little flying from Las Vegas. The ship is small, but big enough, so as not to feel cramped. Our suite is always the correct size. The food is so much better than other cruise lines. We never seem to be rushed like other cruises on bigger ships with 2 dinning seating. This time the enrichment lectures were not as good as we have had before, they were only average. The service has always been excellent and this time was no different everyone is so helpful. Always smiling and asking if they can get you anything, so pleasant. We were at sea a good share of the time. The ports in Mexico are for the most part very nice. Shore excursions were varied and there was something for everyone. Sometimes it was nice to just stay on board and read a book, they had a nice selection in the library. We are already booked on the Navigator in 2019 for a northern Atlantic cruise.

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Window Suite

We have been on the Navigator many times and always in the lower suites. We have tried the balcony suites and find we rarely use the balcony, we chose window and low is more stable less movement.

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