Navigator of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Our favorite ship by far!

Review for the Mexican Riviera Cruise on Navigator of the Seas
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2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Feb 2023
Cabin: Ocean View Balcony

Navigator was a ship we had booked back in 2020 for a sailing that was cancelled by COVID so we were excited to finally get onboard. We truly enjoyed the amped ship and the many things to do onboard. We agreed that the layout of the ship was one of our favorites. From the clear glass wind blocks on the upper level to the high ceilings in the dining room with the grand staircase it felt very open. The size of the ship was perfect for our taste. It never felt too crowded and despite a full ship, tables and chairs were plentiful. We enjoyed Jamie's and Chops and found bartenders in both Schooner and R bar that we went back to time and time again. The plentiful boozy shakes at the Johnny Rockets poolside bar made the pool loungers hard to leave. The Spa was not as open and had no windows as I had expected. It was our first cruise using the spa and the hot stone massage was a nice splurge. We enjoyed using the balcony and found our room to be perfectly situated near the elevators on the 8th floor "hump". Like all of our cruises, the staff was great and the ship was clean and comfortable. We hope to sail Navigator again in the future.

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Ocean View Balcony

Our cabin was on the "hump" and centrally located within close proximity to many of the places we liked to go. The bed was near the door and we really enjoyed the balcony space for cards, drinks and watching the waves. Would absolutely pick this room again.

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