Navigator of the Seas Review

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Review for the Mexican Riviera Cruise on Navigator of the Seas
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10+ Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Sep 2022
Cabin: Junior Suite Accessible

This is our 6th cruise with RC and it’s our 10th cruise overall having taken Celebrity for our other past cruises. I mention this to give you context.

Port of LA

Prepare before you leave to be waiting quite a bit to drop your luggage as well as collect it after the cruise. Despite a timed arrival, the port was completely overwhelmed and under-staffed. Prepare for 60-90 min to get on the boat.

Cabin Review

Junior Suite Accessible

Port Reviews

Cabo San Lucas

Luxury sailing and Snorkeling- amazing time, great snorkeling. Really nice crew. When we sailed on the way back, the boat was at. 45 degree angle and it felt like we were in the America’s Cup. Very cool!

Just confirm which sticker you’re provided as we were given the wrong one and were 30 seconds away from getting on the wrong tour.


Salsa and Salsa- great excursion as you’re off to a resort to drink and make salsa all morning.

My only negative was that it was in the morning and would have been better in the afternoon.

Puerto Vallarta

“Sailing” and snorkel- good excursion, but too long. Snorkeling is better in Cabo. The need to take 90 min to get back to the boat to extend the tour and justify the price, wasn’t needed.

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