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Navigator of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Navigator of the Seas to the Bahamas
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Canuck Ripley
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2019
Cabin: Interior with Virtual Balcony

My husband and I chose a back-to-back on Navigator of the Seas for one reason only... to be able to visit and enjoy their private island, Coco Cay twice. The first cruise was 3 days and the second cruise was 4 days. When you fly from Canada it just makes better sense to do at least 7 days because of the cost of the flight. We stayed in the same virtual balcony cabin and we were able to just get off and on the ship between cruises for 10 minutes without our luggage and just to clear customs, which was a breeze.

The food was good and lots of choices in both the MDR and Windjammer. We did not bother with specialty restaurants after deciding that Hooked was not worth the charge after considering rate of exchange for Canadians.

Their island was really beautiful and had plenty of loungers for everyone. The only negative thing was that this time of year, the water in the beautiful Lagoon pool was very cold as were the beaches. We just rested by the pool and then went to enjoy a delicious lunch with plenty of choices.

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Interior with Virtual Balcony

Small but manageable. Comfortable bed and pillows. Clean thanks to excellent cabin steward, Martin. Virtual balcony really great. Liked seeing everything outside but nobody able to see inside. Nice waking up to sunshine each day. Plenty of cupboard space and shelving and drawers.

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