The Navigator is a fine ship, one of the largest afloat. It has a cobblestone street down the middle of the main public area. When I cruised the ship two years ago they had a Caribbean Street Fair, a "Block Party", and a Mardi Gras extravaganza parading down the street on different nights. There are cabins that overlook the street and are like city apartments. There was a great wine bar on the street with a very extensive list of wines available by the glass. There are a huge number of activities that are yours for the enjoying and is sure to make your cruise a special event.
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I sailed last year on the Navigator. It is beautiful. Wonderful main dinning room, with great food but more importantly great variety. The service was great. The cruise director Graham Seymour was the best! Consider yourself very lucky to be sailing on that ship given the chance at him for your cruise director!
We sailed on the Navigator last June and had a great time. The food in the Dining Room was wonderful and the variety was amazing. We didn't even go to the speciality restaurants. The service was good all over the ship. The ship is in great shape. They were laying new carpet in our hall. The ship is very well taken care of. You'll have a great cruise.