Navigator of the Seas Cruise Review by jimmillerlive1
- Sail Date: October 2003
- Destination: Western Caribbean
Stateroom: My wife and I traveled with our two teen daughters and family and had great rooms, 2 suites and one balcony room. With the concierge services it made the trip. Very worth wild for those traveling with children. Suites are incredible, elegantly decorated with fantastic wet bar area where we entertained and truly had plenty of closet space -- his and hers closets just like home, marble bath, jetted tub, plenty of room and space even for those of us who have to pay extra $$ for our luggage...to get it aboard the plane...
Amenities: The casino, dining, and overall ship activities were fantastic plenty to do and for all ages. Terrific for families.
Embarkation/Disembarkation: Took a long time and was difficult but worth it. But this is standard for the larger ships with more passengers. This was the worst part of the trip getting on and off of the ship including shore excursions..but the ship makes up for the delays..
Food: Food was great had plenty of everything and the services including those at the buffet -- the "tray to table" service made it a first class experience. The food quality and variety was a great deal for your money, the teens were happy with their choices "American Cuisine" and we had fantastic variety in the dining room with good quality.
Entertainment: Fantastic shows, ice shows, Broadway numbers, great variety everyone in the family had a great time at the shows.
Casino: Great location and great gaming.
The Voyager class is fantastic and RCI as usual is a great value for your money.
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