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Cruise Compass on Navigator of the Seas

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Thank you SO much! I wanted to know the Flowrider stand-up sessions and you gave me all of them.

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Your most welcome. Enjoy your cruises and hope the compasses help you with panning your days.

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Thank you for posting. We'll be sailing in May - looks like we need to learn to ice skate as that appears to be an activity offered often on sea days.

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Thank you very much. So glad to see they still have the 70s dance party - always my favorite night!

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Thanks for posting the compasses. I too was on the Navigator March 2nd and was planning on scanning them in this weekend. Thanks for doing all the work.

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Saw on cruisett.com that in Roatan there will be 2 other ships (carnival Dream and Carnival Liberty), in Belize 1 ship (Carnival Dream), and in Cozumel 2 ships (Carnival Dream and RCCL Allure). Hopefully in won't be too crowded.

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Thank you Beaferd for posting these.... A ton of people are anxiously waiting to see these...

 

Do you remember what menu's were used each night in the mdr?

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For the MDR the menus pretty much followed their new menu posting if you have read them. They went in order as listed except for the menu listed third was skipped and went to the forth one which would be day 3 of the cruise.

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Thank You! This is the same itinerary we are going on in May. I am a little confused about ship time/island time. On Carnival we always were told to stay on ship time. I see on the compass that on Monday night your told to move you clocks forward one hour? Jamaica is an hour ahead but Grand Cayman and Cozumel are the same as Texas time. I am booking a private excursion and need to figure this out.

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Hmmmm so it sounds like they went... Mojo, saffron, shiitake, basil, jasmine and pomodoro... Wonder if they are implementing a new one - or something like that...LOL ???? On a live review going on right now on navigator "seaofwonder" mentioned one I had not heard of or tried yet ---- "sage" ... Thank you for the info.... I guess we head to chops and Giovanni's when we board and confirm our reservations already made online and look at the menus... They usually have a copy for the week and the order they go in... I like to avoid shiitake and pomodoro nights personally. :rolleyes:

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Thank You! This is the same itinerary we are going on in May. I am a little confused about ship time/island time. On Carnival we always were told to stay on ship time. I see on the compass that on Monday night your told to move you clocks forward one hour? Jamaica is an hour ahead but Grand Cayman and Cozumel are the same as Texas time. I am booking a private excursion and need to figure this out.

 

I believe and that would just be me speculating - we went forward on the Monday because of Jamaica and stayed on ship time the rest of the time because when we were returning to Texas time changed on Saturday night and I would assume they didn't want to be changing back and forth 3 times - so we just stayed on ship time until we returned which made us have already sprang forward. (But just a guess on my part).

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Beaferd - I have a question regarding the pool towels. Did you have to check them out at the pool on your seapass card? Or did you just simply go and get the towels you needed?

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I'm new to cruising so please excuse this silly question.... We are traveling to the same ports in June on Navigator. Are the cruise schedules mostly that same at each sailing? I mean as far as which days are port days, the ship schedule of events, etc.? Is that why these compasses would be helpful for future cruisers?

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Ok I'm well confused (although sometimes it doesn't take much:D)

 

Was looking at cruise compasses and it mentioned the dungeon. Either I'm getting my ships mixed up or dreaming, but I thought after the refurb they did away with the dungeon and put cabins in?

What am I missing or is it somewhere else now?:confused:

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Can you give us the MDR menu order, was it....

 

Mojo

Saffron

Pimento

Basil

Shiitake

Jasmine

Pomodoro

 

I'd really appreciate the help. We are sailing the same itinerary and we eat in specialty restaurants about 1/2 the nights. We totally base it on the MRD menus, so your help would be great!

 

Also, do you know the 2 seating times for dinner and what nights were formal nights? Thanks so much!!!

 

 

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MDR order as best I remember was:

Mojo

Shiitake

Pimento

Basil

? We ate at Sabor that night

Jasmine

Pomodoro

 

As for formal nights it was 2nd and 6th.

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To my knowledge everything stays the same. Same ports on the same days, same dinners on the same days and so on. That is why the cruise compasses are good to see so you can plan your days in advance. Hope this helps.

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The dungeon is not there so not sure why it was mentioned in the compass.

 

Thanks

Reassurance I'm not losing my mind is welcome:D

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MDR order as best I remember was:

Mojo

Shiitake

Pimento

Basil

? We ate at Sabor that night

Jasmine

Pomodoro

 

As for formal nights it was 2nd and 6th.

 

Thanks! For the most part this matches the reports from the other itinerary. They had the same order except had Saffron on night 2 instead of Shiitake. They didn't have Shiitake at all, and had Sage on night 5. Very interesting!

 

We have Sabor booked for our cruise- did you enjoy it?

 

Also, we are port side. Will we be facing the water or the port in Cozumel and Jamaica? It's fun to watch the runners!

 

 

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Thanks! For the most part this matches the reports from the other itinerary. They had the same order except had Saffron on night 2 instead of Shiitake. They didn't have Shiitake at all, and had Sage on night 5. Very interesting!

 

We have Sabor booked for our cruise- did you enjoy it?

 

Also, we are port side. Will we be facing the water or the port in Cozumel and Jamaica? It's fun to watch the runners!

 

 

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Your right about Saffron. I just put the wrong thing down for the second night.

 

Sabor was very good but certainly nothing like what we are use to being from Texas. We really loved the appetizers and deserts but our choices for our main dishes were a little disappointing. There was 4 of us and we each got something different but sorry I am unable to remember what we all had.

 

As for port side, in Cozumel you will be facing what ever other ship is parked beside you. The ship is backed into port so there is a walkway between the two ships docked there. In Jamaica you will be facing port if you dock at the same place we did.

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Sure hope this wasn't asked already...

Which formal night, if ever, was lobster served in the MDR? I hate to miss the lobster, even if the quality has seemingly changed over the years. Hope that it's still being served, 'cause I LOVE it! ;)

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Sure hope this wasn't asked already...

Which formal night, if ever, was lobster served in the MDR? I hate to miss the lobster, even if the quality has seemingly changed over the years. Hope that it's still being served, 'cause I LOVE it! ;)

Second formal night, Friday.

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Do they still have a parade in the Promenade? I didn't see it listed in the compass.

 

There was a circus one night in the Promenade and it was Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) so we had a Mardi Gras party. There was lots going on every night pretty much everywhere.

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Thant you very much for the Navigator Cruise Compass (3/2/2014-3/8/2014). If the print of the Photobucket image is not large enough for you...you can click the magnifying glass in the lower right corner of the image...if still not large enough...you can click it again. :):):):)

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