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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 Mexican Riviera
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Sail Date: Jan 2022
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Would we, wouldn’t we? That was the question we asked ourselves daily in the weeks prior to travelling, without doubt the world has changed and were we going to be able to travel and change with it?? The answer is YES, so do not delay and book your next cruise trip!

Sure, things have changed, some more noticeable than others but overall the vacation is the same with an incredible team of employees doing their very best to make it special and memorable for everyone.

The Port of of LA (Long Beach/San Pedro) is certainly not scenic in any way! The terminal felt makeshift but certainly did the job and we encountered no lines or crowds, in fact quite the opposite. Documents were checked thoroughly but not obsessively and before we knew it we were on board.

Cabin Review

Great room for 2-3 people depending on your arrangements. Plug sockets are severely limited to the vanity area, plan for this with your adapters. No usb options.

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Catalina Island (California)

Ensenada

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