We just wrapped up a four-night Bahamas cruise on the Navigator of the Seas. We had the Key, got to the terminal about 9:30am, checked in, did security, sat in the Key area and were literally the first to board at 10:40am.
We had already dropped our luggage with the stevedores, but should have waited and dropped it at the Key area on deck 4. Information about the Key was sort of scarce. We didn’t receive our bags until about 5pm. Fortunately we had packed swimsuits and sunblock and were able to enjoy the pools and slides.
About the Key:
We were in 6214, the forward-most cabin on the starboard (right) side. It was spacious although the sliding door took a lot of force to move and made a lot of noise.
The balcony was okay..not a lot of room to stretch out, and on the balcony cleaning day, the cleaners did not wash the forward-facing window.
We had bar soap and a shampoo/conditioner pump container in the shower. It was adequate, but there was no hand or body lotion, which our prior HAL cruises provided. I have dry skin, and was happy I’d brought the bottle from our overnight in Miami.