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Old 04-03-2008, 09:11 PM
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Sorry my earlier post said Navigator but I believe it is Voyager out of Galveston anyway same questions as compared to Carnival Conquest See below:
If anyone was traveling during the March 16th Navigator cruise out of Galveston I would love to hear from you. I have traveled only once on RC and the rest of our cruises were on Carnival. This year traveled for Springbreak on Carnival Conquest and had a good time but heard Navigator was better hands down. Specifically was wondering about how the kids enjoyed it. I have a 15 year old who had the time of her life because of the exclusive club for 15-17 yr olds. Does Navigator have this as well? Comments on the Windjammer would also be helpful as we found ourselves in the cafes more times than the dining room. Suggestions for cabin location and comparisons between the two ships would also be great. Really torn to see if the difference in price is worth it. Primary reason for cruising for us is NOT the food but the company and relaxation (We are hoping to book on eof the suites this time around.
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Old 04-04-2008, 07:15 PM
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I was on the Voyager last year and it rated in the top cruises of the 19 that I've taken...the ship was really fun...rock climbing, miniature golf, Johnny Rockets, ice skating, ice skating shows, and the buffet was wonderful with lots and lots of room to eat....the promanade was great for shopping or just watching the activites and parades that go on there...I've never gone out of Galveston, closest was Houston..The Voyager is a large ship and there were many teens on board and the looked like they were having a great time....Over all food was good and the entertainment was great...they even brought Charo onboard for a night....Go and enjoy the relaxation and family time.....

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Old 04-06-2008, 10:16 PM
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I am leaving on Voyager of the Seas on Sunday. I will tell you all about it when I get back.

However, I do know that Voyager has a Teen Disco and lots of teen activities, arcades, etc. . .
 
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