Navigator of the Seas Review

Very nice cruise experience

Review for the Mexican Riviera Cruise on Navigator of the Seas
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SpringsMomof2
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Dec 2023
Cabin: Connecting Promenade View Interior
Traveled with children

Based on this fun cruise experience that was our "short test drive" of RCCL, we will keep with our plan to sail with RCCL again summer of 2024 for a long cruise with no hesitation.

I was getting worried reading reviews going into this cruise (our first with RCCL, but we have done 10+ with other cruise lines), but I've come to the conclusion that some reviewers either fail to do research and pick cruises that suit their needs, have unrealistic expectations, or let one poor experience spiral out of control and ruin their entire perception of a cruise/cruise line/ship.

I would recommend this line/ship/itinerary for those who prioritize:

Cabin Review

Connecting Promenade View Interior

Having the view of the promenade was pretty cool! We were a bit worried about noise, but it wasn't bad at all. Nice sized seating area. Dated decor but well maintained and clean. For interior cabins ... this is the way to go in terms of value.

Port Reviews

Catalina Island (California)

Cute little town easy walking distance from tender terminal. Not a ton to do with kids. Tendering is never as convenient as docking, but this was well-run and a short distance.

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