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Navigator of the Seas Review

Enjoyable Cruise on RCCL Navigator of the Seas, May 2023

Review for the Mexican Riviera Cruise on Navigator of the Seas
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: May 2023

My S.O. and I have cruised with RCCL multiple times. One of the reasons we have repeatedly cruised on this line is that RCCL rewards loyalty with various perks: abbreviated embarcation waiting, champagne receptions, free drink vouchers (diamond level and above), etc. This cruise embarked from Los Angeles Port and the embarcation process was a little unorganized outside the terminal with long lines to turn in luggage and minimal porter availability (unlike other RCCL cruises we have been on). Once on board, staff was welcoming and helpful. Online safety program makes muster drill requirement quick and easy. A few minor glitches with dinner seating for our party of ten that was resolved quickly. Great Schooner Bar musician/singer performances and Royal Theater shows, fun trivia games throughout the ship, dance and exercise classes, etc. The Navigator of the Seas seemed fully booked on this voyage, but staff handled the crowds well. Will definately cruise with RCCL again.

Cabin Review

Balcony, Deck 8

could use replacement of carpet

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