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NAVIGATOR May 4-10,2014 REVIEW w/lots of photos

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Hey CC family!! After reading countless great reviews from other respected posters, I'd thought I'd give back to CC with my own first review... of course with a ton of photos :D

 

I really hope you like it and would love to hear any feedback. Of course, any questions I may answer for you about the Navigator I will try... fire away! I'll try to make this as photo heavy as possible (pictures always speak a thousand words, yes?)

 

This cruise was a one-of-a-kind being a 6-dayer for the Navigator out of Galveston, including it's one and only stop ever in Costa Maya. It was also a first for me personally for many reasons: 1st cruise becoming D+, 1st cruise on Navigator, 1st not doing formal night, 1st in an ocean view facing the helipad, 1st time at Sabor specialty dining, 1st time in Costa Maya & Roatan.... a few more to add on this list.

 

So stay tuned as I load some photos into photobucket so that I may share with you. I also have a ton of business to catch up on so I'm pretty sure I won't be able to post my whole review all in one night.

 

I'd like to give a shout out and dedicate this review to the many folks I met and spoke with throughout the cruise... mostly American and heavy Texan influenced... you are all awesome people! I reallly enjoyed cruisin' with y'all!!!

 

(p.s. I didn't know that we Vancouverites had "accents"... eh??!! :rolleyes::p)

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Welcome back from what I'm sure was another great cruise. Looking forward to reading your review and seeing your pictures.

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Looking forward to your review Hoopster; we are going on Navigator in Feb.

 

Yep, we do have accents :).

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Day 1 - GALVESTON

 

Due to business committments, I booked an overnight flight out of Seattle to Bush IAH non-stop.... great & easy flight but too little sleep. Nevertheless, relaxed a bit when we got off the plane & had some breakfast at the airport before being called by the driver and picked up by Onyx Limosine Service right on time. I guess they didn't have a simple towncar so we were "crammed" into a white stretch limo!! Talk about a great way to start the vacay and a nice comfy 1 hour ride to the cruise terminal.

 

My entire plan went perfectly... I wanted to get to the pier by about 10am in order to walk around the downtown historic "Strand" area before embarking. At 10:03am the driver dropped us off. There looked to be a few stragglers from the previous cruise waiting for rides and shuttles, but the porters were already in the process of taking bags in for my cruise... we handed the porters our bags and easily made our way walking out of the cruise pier area, super easy to do. You can hardly get any good pictures of the Navigator from the pier area as it's hidden by The Magic as well as the terminal building so I didn't bother. There'll be plenty of other great ship photo opportunities.

 

If you are "walkers", it is extremely easy to have a very nice morning visit in Galveston. Also note that only about 6-7 blocks away within 1 block of Moody's historic Mansion right at the main intersection with the large statue is a "CSV" drug/grocery store for toilettries, sun screen, etc etc... great place to stop to get those extra things you may need.

 

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The Strand area itself is a really nice walk. We did not notice the tourist trolley running at all, nor did we inquire. I had been to Galveston 3 years ago

on the Voyager and also walked all the way across the island to the beach/boardwalk and back... lots to see and a great town to visit for a day for those of you interested. 3 years ago I stayed at the Harbour House Hotel right beside the Pier and walked to the terminal the next morning... super easy and great food at the various restaurants right at Pier 21. I truly recommend that for those of you who have not visited Galveston to arrive a day early and stay in Galveston (rather than Houston Airport).

 

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We got back to the terminal at about 12:15pm thinking there'd be a ton of cruisers getting there at the same time, but that wasn't the case. We breezed through security and check-in, total probably less than 15 minutes. I just love that moment of going up the escalator and onto the gangway, looking at the ship and hearing the "bong", "bong", "bongs" ahead of me as sea-pass cards are read on the machine.

 

So it's on to the ship and my normal routine whenever I first get on, and that is to go check out and take pictures of almost everything I can that first afternoon before it gets busy during the week! What I'll do now is post a bunch of photos of the ship itself with short descriptions as needed. I'll have more ship pictures on several other days as well to share with you.

 

Let's get started.... Here you go!

 

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The Metropolis Theatre was closed so I did not get interior pictures today as I normally do of the theatre on day 1. I'll have some for you at a later day.

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I found the Star Lounge to be very bland and lacking character with the new colour scheme and furniture

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Looking back into the Royal Promenade from the Star Lounge

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Sabor is located on deck 4 where the entrance to "The Dungeon" nightclub used to be... more on Sabor on day 6, but I should tell you it was by far and away my best dining experience in any specialty venue on any ship thus far (including better than both Chops and Giovanni's on Oasis)

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The Schooner Bar did not change at all

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The Casino

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Boleros Lounge... they also had the Bubba Band play country music there on a couple of nights rather than the regular Latino Band

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The Dining Room is simply exquisite

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This is deck 3... the photo studio and entry through to Studio B

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and here's Studio B (the ice rink)

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This is Chops

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and this is Giovanni's... had two excellent meals here.

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Looking down the elevator area all the way to deck 3 from deck 12

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I'm blessed in the Pacific Northwest to have a large Asian population, and therefore many excellent Asian dining opportunities. I never ate here so I can't comment on quality of food nor service, but the room is beautiful and has a great view

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I've always loved the sports court area of the Voyager Class ships and was really interested to see first hand how they dealt with the FloRider... it looks great up there. They got rid if the in-line skating area as well as little used kiddie pool. I'll have more pictures of this area in later days also

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The line-ups for the FloRider were always very long, so this is the first ship I never did get in line to wait my turn. I have heard from several that this particular FloRider may be the best in the fleet for power and the 'quality' of the wave it creates

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Pool deck is a fantastic layout with ample loungers everywhere on decks 11 & 12, and lots of shaded areas for those who do not want direct sun. You'll see two hot tubs in the right pool... immediately to the left and inside the left pool, they have created a kiddie area separated with steel bars now that the back kiddie pool was taken away for the FloRider.

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My two biggest disappointments are now coming up with this ship and re-vitalization... 1st imho the Solarium is very poor and RCL saved money by not doing anything here. It's been totally stripped of any character. There's no colour, statues, greenery... just nothing, very institutional. An extremely boring "trapped" space, but is you really crave that adult only peace then this is the place to be.

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Deck 13 forward, above the new deck 12 cabins and Spa, is a highly open and extremely un-utilized space. I'll have pictures on a later date whereby the entire pool deck is packed and this whole area is totally empty with all deck chairs tied up! There is so much they could've done here. They've added hundreds of loungers but no one wants to be at this dead space where nothing is going on, no bar, no access to anything, nothing.

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A great gym/spa area is on board with a spa/hot-tub, excellent equipment, steam/changing room etc.

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Great review and pictures so far!!! Thank-you I am sailing in two weeks. I agree with you, the best solarium is on the Radiance class ships. As a D, did you have drink coupons loaded on your card? We are planning on chops because we love steak. You (and other people) have said Sabor is great, being from Texas, should we just step out of the box and try it? We are only doing one specialty restaurant.

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We walked around the ship and various venues right through to the muster drill. Our muster station was in the Star Lounge... ok, that's just great... if the ship gets into trouble they want hundreds of people to "assemble" inside in a lounge? NOT!

 

Sailaway was typical fun, line dancing and so forth. Also Capt Claus Anderson announced that once we were out of the channel that a helicopter would be performing flybys as they were recording for a promo or movie of some sort, in fact the Navigator also stopped and spun in a 360 while being filmed. That was fun as everyone was out on deck screamming and waving as they copter flew back and forth.

 

We settled in for dinner at the MDR this evening... our one of only 2 visits to the MDR! (very rare for me as I normally like the MDR and make a point of eating there). LIke many of you long time RCL'ers I've noticed a somewhat of a decline in MDR quality, so this time we planned at least 2 specialty dinners (we ended up at 3) and one night for sure at the Windjammer. However, I still hold true to my cruising dinner rule: I call it the "222" rule... 2 appies, 2 dinners and 2 deserts! YES :))) Sorry everyone, while I love to eat I'm not a total foodie so I didn't take many pics of the dinners. Truthfully both MDR dinners we had were not memorable, so I can't remember what I had the first night at all.

 

The evening event schedule for night #1 was very sparse... after dinner we went to watch Karaoke, however it was one of the worst we had ever seen so we left early! We then visited the Schooner bar to listen to the pianoman start his set, but 15 minutes past when he was supposed to start he still seemed to be more concerned about his tip jar and what he was drinking so we left there also! Being a long day with a short overnight uncomfortable sleep on the plane, we decided to hit the sack.

 

But here's the last of the pictures from day 1:

 

Note our cabin was the third porthole from the left on the lowest row (deck 6... cabin pictures to come)

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Yes!! They kept the dates embedded in the elevator carpets

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Deck 6 forward elevator area

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Deck 6 hallway down to the stateroom

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Our stateroom... Cabin photos coming next

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Thanks so much for starting a Navigator review. The boards have been quiet on this ship for that last little while. I have subscribed and am looking forward to it. You're off to a great start so far!

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Love being able to relive our Feb. cruise. We love the Navigator. Thank you for taking the time to do this review! We will be back on her in November. Can't wait!!!!

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Stateroom 6204 ... This cabin was a great surprise. It's in my top 5 cabins I've ever stayed in just for the notoriety... I absolutely loved the helipad front view. I took a picture out the window everyday and always looked out whenever I was in the room. I picked this room specifically from some photos taken several years ago on Liberty of cabins 6204 & 6406 due to bed placement and the usability of the window... thankfully all was the same for Navigator as there's very little info about these cabins. To me, they are larger than regular ocean view, with extra space by the window for luggage etc.

 

The downside on this room is for light sleepers as the outdoor crew area is directly below this cabin and I did hear the "bang" of the various steel doors as they close below at different times. Both my partner and I are good sleepers so that didn't bother us. Also you can easily hear motors during the release of the ropes (arriving and leaving port), and the shuddering when the azipods are being used during docking as well as when leaving. So if you are sleeping in when getting into port, you may be woken up. Both the above did not bother us at all, and I really loved this room... will book again if the opportunity arises.

 

This is a super bright and large oceanview room

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Excellent storage, lots of walking space to maneuver around, and bathroom shower has sliding round doors rather than the sticky curtain

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The view from the large porthole I found to be phenomenal and really interesting. And yes... I've got pictures of me out there within my partner taking them from within the cabin lol

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Still very bright with the privacy curtain drawn. Note the posted sign at the top left of the window by the drapes... in the evening all these front cabins must have the blackout curtains closed in order to prevent shine of light affecting the bridge deck above

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And lastly at this angle you can see the angle of the wall does not affect the space utilization of the cabin as I have my carry-on and backpack there by the night stand. You can have the curtain open while in bed also without anyone being able to see in

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Great review and pictures so far!!! Thank-you I am sailing in two weeks. I agree with you, the best solarium is on the Radiance class ships. As a D, did you have drink coupons loaded on your card? We are planning on chops because we love steak. You (and other people) have said Sabor is great, being from Texas, should we just step out of the box and try it? We are only doing one specialty restaurant.

 

Thanks for the kind words Gambler... yes, not a single problem with the coupons auto-loaded on my card on this cruise in any venue (drinks, photo, etc). Fyi you can have the Filet Mignon directly from Chops within Giovanni's for half the cover charge!!! :D;)

 

And regarding Sabor... Y E S !!! :p It's not Tex-mex. I wasn't the only frequent cruiser that raved about Sabor during the week. The best ever Guac made in front of you at the table, everything we ate was spectacular. You don't order desert... they bring you a tray with every desert on the menu... includes Churos with hot chocolate and vanilla dipping sauce and the most decadent "Café Latte" mousse I have ever had. No joke, we needed wheelchairs to be taken out of that place we were so full! Go very very hungry :p

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I'm loving your review and photos and look forward to a lot more! We'll be on her in two weeks!!! :D

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This day was EXACTLY what the doctored ordered... a day of nothing! No commitments, no clients, nada!!! Just relaxing :) So, #1 thing to do today... sleep in! Check :p After that we hit the DL for a small breakfast and we did more "site-seeing" around the ship before our M&M at 11:15am

 

Our role-call was extremely fortunate to have a long time CC'er and fellow cruise addict, Delacruz, set up a M&M event for us all... because this was less than a 7-day cruise per RCL rules there was no formal M&M sponsored by RCL, but Delacruz was able to secure a meet and greet in the Cosmopolitan Club (Viking Crown) for 11:15am. I would say half of those who signed up showed up and we had maybe 40-50 people which was really nice. We then had a cabin crawl which I had never been on before... it was extremely rare as we had an Owner's Suite available to us all... W O W!!! What a way to travel! Just a gorgeous cabin. Also on the list were 2 interiors, a corner aft balcony, promenade, GS, and 2 of the new balcony rooms up on deck 12. A few of us also cornered the stateroom attendant we found up there and coerced him to open up one of the huge panoramic corner staterooms with the floor to ceiling windows... WOW! Huge cabin, beautiful and truly floor-to-ceiling full glass windows from one wall to the other, just great rooms up there.

 

Yep... it's Monday May 5

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My morning daily ritual photo

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We walked out to the helipad to enjoy the ocean wind and stare out at the ocean. Here's a closer shot of the front of the ship, again our porthole is bottom row (deck 6) third from the left. Behind the wall and directly underneath deck 6 is the crew outdoor area

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And here's a closer look at the outdoor area underneath the cabin

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M&M at Cosmopolitan Club

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Many thanks to Harpreet & his wife for their wonderful hospitality!!

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So after the cabin crawl, we didn't feel like having much food for lunch (we were saving ourselves for Giovanni's!!! YUM YUM YUM) ... so we had a criossant sandwich down at the Promenade, an awesome brownie and a couple of cookies (all the necessary food groups I think :rolleyes:), got changed and headed up to pool deck. The pool deck was very busy but there were enough spaces available especially up on deck 12 overlooking to the pool.

 

One thing about the deck areas of the Navigator is especially deck 13... what a totally disappointing waste of space. This is the area immediately above the new deck 12 cabins facing forward. No one used this area at all, and even on the last sea day and the loungers were tied up. As already mentioned I thought the Solarium to be the worst I had ever seen. The main pool deck was definitely the place to be imo. So during that day we witnessed the sexiest man contest, line dancing, all the typical stuff. Navigator has a great Caribbean band and good DJ.

 

Once done with getting baked in the sun, we returned to our room to get ready for Giovanni's... once again a phenominal dinner experience. Located on deck 11 at the entrance of the Windjammer, had a great ocean view table for two and we totally pigged out: eggplant parmegana, scallops, risotto ai funghi, veal, snapper, canolli's and homemade tiramisu... wow, we were so full!

Ozkur from Turkey was a great waiter, had a great time bantering with him, and the service from him and the maitre-D were both professional, fun and right on the spot. For the record, 3 times at Giovanni's on 3 diff ships thus far and all 3 better than my Portofino experiences from previous sailings, so I do hope if you haven't tried Giovanni's yet that you do sometime.

 

So we rolled out of Giovanni's down to the production show... not bad but not the very best I have ever seen. We then visited Boleros (we love Salsa & Merengue)... Navigator has a great latin band here as well. Once the latin band went on a break, we headed up to the Cosmopolitan Club for the night club & danced the night away.... while I miss the Dungeon from decks 3&4, the Viking Crown I feel is a great venue for a night club. The place was packed, and lots of fun... especially watching the crazy chick dancing like Elaine from Seinfeld!! What a hoot lol! (if any of you reading this were there on this cruise you're laughing right now cause you know what I mean lol :p) We had a great time and went to bed very late...

 

up next: Costa Maya!

 

Here's some random photos remaining from day 2

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Sexiest Man Competition... pool deck was busy both sea days and all pool events well attended

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If you did not go to the Diamond lounge, did they add the drink coupons for use between 5-8:30?

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Did you have a soda or drink package? I want to find out if they have diet sprite or sprite zero on board the Navigator. We sail in 4 weeks :)

 

 

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Yay, I found your review! We had a wonderful time and enjoyed meeting you guys, and thanks so much for the great company, especially at Giovanni's Table. Back to reality, making the beds, picking towels up off the floor, etc.😥

 

For whatever reason we didn't take tons of pictures, so we're enjoying yours.

 

I think I only noticed the accent with an 'eh' sound. Refreshing from all the 'y'alls' we heard all week 😄

 

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A few of us also cornered the stateroom attendant we found up there and coerced him to open up one of the huge panoramic corner staterooms with the floor to ceiling windows... WOW! Huge cabin, beautiful and truly floor-to-ceiling full glass windows from one wall to the other, just great rooms up there.

 

 

Thank you so much for this review! We have just booked the Navigator in 2016 (I have to wait so long I might not make it!) and we booked one of the corner panorama cabins on 12. 1864. So glad to hear it is wonderful as I expect it will be!

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If you did not go to the Diamond lounge, did they add the drink coupons for use between 5-8:30?

 

G'morn gambler... I never tried this so I don't know this answer. The DL was never too busy. They did have some extra appies set up just outside the DL door within the Cosmopolitan Club both sea days, I suspect they were expecting overflow. We're not huge drinkers so we never tried the overflow coupon... if someone else did by all means chime in. On the last sea day when most of DL was full we walked up to the bar self-serve style, asked the server to make us drinks, and we walked out into the Viking Crown out there to enjoy our drinks before heading down to dinner :)

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Did you have a soda or drink package? I want to find out if they have diet sprite or sprite zero on board the Navigator. We sail in 4 weeks :)

 

 

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G'morn camreesmom. I didn't have the package so I don't know this either. Again, if someone does know this answer by all means post on this thread of you wish :)

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Yay, I found your review! We had a wonderful time and enjoyed meeting you guys, and thanks so much for the great company, especially at Giovanni's Table. Back to reality, making the beds, picking towels up off the floor, etc.

 

For whatever reason we didn't take tons of pictures, so we're enjoying yours.

 

I think I only noticed the accent with an 'eh' sound. Refreshing from all the 'y'alls' we heard all week

 

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Hey Judy!! You and Paul are awesome people. That final night dinner you invited us to at Giovanni's was awesome (more on that when I get to final day 6 of the review :p). I do hope we cross paths again sometime... like I said, I have to get on the Grandeur someday ;)

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We woke up to awesome weather yet again this morning in preparation for our first port of call, Costa Maya. I had done my homework on all the ports and I knew this was going to be a very long day (arrive at 10am, all aboard at 7:30pm). But for now we had time to enjoy the morning until we arrive into port

 

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The view this morning from my porthole window

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Dearly morning breakfast and coffee at the DL, this deck is an extension only for the DL overlooking the sports court and immediately beside the climbing wall

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Once done with breakfast, we decided to walk the ship a bit before getting into port. We usually made our way across either deck 12 to enjoy the sea view, or head through the Promenade deck 5 to see if anything was going on (ie. shops/sales/music/etc). I figured since I didn't get pics of the theatre on day 1 that I would see if it was open (and empty) this morning... and it was! We walked in through deck 4 (balcony) before heading up to our room... I have more pictures on later day from the main level of the theatre, but for now here's the view of the theatre from deck 4 balcony:

 

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The bar area at deck 4

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Hoopster - I'm loving your review. Thank you for giving such details. I'm anxiously awaiting the next few days and I can't wait to hear about Costa Maya. I may be in a rare group, but I love Costa Maya.

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While this is the only time the Navigator sails into Costa Maya, I feel many of you might be interested in that the Vision of the Seas as a superb itinerary this winter from Tampa with 4 port days which includes Costa Maya... there are a ton of things to go see and do from this port.

 

Sailing into port didn't seem like much actually, there's not a lot immediately there at all so definitely make plans to do an excursion or go to the beach.

 

The view from my porthole as the Navigator prepares for docking facing directly to the pier as we spin 180 degrees

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