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Maggie

Age: 60

Occupation:Retired RN

Number of Cruises: 1

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Ship: Navigator of the Seas

Sailing Date: 2012-02-20

Itinerary: Caribbean

Our first cruise ever. Beautiful ship lovely stateroom even without a window. food average service great Very crowded at times elevators had long wait. Entertainment very good. Ports good

The food was average.My husband & another gentleman at our table returned the steak as inedible. All the food was too salty. Desserts were fair. The service in the dining room was excellent. If. Only the food was as good as the waiter Joseph. the Windjammer offered lavish amounts of average food. Crowded difficult to find a table. Never the less it was wonderful to be served . The Dining room was elegant sparkling chandeliers comfortable seats and lovely music.

The room was wonderful. Plenty of hot water great water pressure. Bed was a little hard but ok. Very comfortable clean well planned space not cramped at all.

So much to choose from. The shows at night in the Metro were great. Comics excellent singers & dancers Broadway quality. .the Bolero had great Latin band. the poolside bands were good but played Top 40 Pop hits constantly. The dance lessons were fun. The pace was a little frantic but there were quiet places to relax everywhere.

Zipline at Labadee was exhilarating not to be missed.

The ship is lovely ,service great , food fair. I was not prepared for the constant marketing onboard for everything. I had a great massage in the Spa but it ended up being close to $400.00. We are already planning another cruise with RCL

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