I just returned today from our cruise on the Navigator of the Seas!!We have two sons, a 12 year old and a 7 year old. We hardly saw the 12 year old the entire week. The 7 year old enjoyed the Adventure Club! We got adjoining promenade rooms. It was a little tight, but we were only in the rooms to sleep and shower. As Sonny stated, it was great having two bathrooms!! I think next time I would get two adjoining outside rooms. It was fun to look down over the Promenade the first night for the parade, but that was it. Plus, I felt a little disoriented not waking up with the sun. On the other hand, it was nice to have a dark room for the kids to sleep in.
There were tons of things to do with the kids such as family bingo, karoake with the kids, rock climbing, inline skating, ice skating, basketball, shuffleboard, pingpong, 9 hole puttputt,shows that were age appropriate.( and some shows that were not, but it was clearly marked adults only and they were funny) to name a few. The kids' club was the best part for my husband and me. We were able to spend time together as a family (minus the 12 year old :0) and still have a little romance too!!!! The staff went out of their way with my boys!!!
It was just fantastic all around!!!
The only negative thing I can say about the Navigator towards kids is the pools were deep, I think from 4.5 ft to 5.5 ft. But all the kids were in the hotubs having a blast!! They do have an adult only pool/hottub too. I think some of the other Voyager ships have a kids' swimming area, but they removed it from the Navigator and added more space for the teens.
I would highly recommend a family cruise. Feel free to contact me and we can "talk" more! It is time for me to get in bed and I am trying to convince my husband that he needs to turn down my bed and put chocolates on my pillow :0)