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  • Entered service
    25/01/2002
  • Tonnage
    138000
  • Wheelchair Accessible Cabins
    27
  • Number of Decks
    15
  • Number of Elevators
    14
  • Maximum Capacity
    4200
  • Number of Crew
    1213
  • Refurbished
    2019
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4.3Out of 5
Cabin 4.3
Service 4.7
Excursions 3.5
Dining 4.5
Activities 4.3
Value for money 4.3
Entertainment 4.4



couple
couple 1 Jan 2007

from the moment our cases were taken by the shoreside porters at Southampton to the moment we were reunited with our cases shoreside, we had a really relaxing time on board the Navigator. Chops Grille provided great steaks and service, which complemented the rest of the service on the Ship. From the poolside Waiters to the waiting staff in Windjammers and The Two Poets Pub, every one was friendly and went out of their way to help us. Will be looking forward to 2019, and another Planet Cruise Holiday.

family
family 1 Jan 2007

Wonderful week that all the different age groups of the family enjoyed. Clean ship, and cheerful crew. Excellent choice of very well cooked and presented food. We preferred the Windjammer buffet which was always well stocked and clean. No tummy bugs at all - plenty of hand disinfectant dispensers, and clean toilets. Early evening shows were suitable for all the family - in-house singers and dancers, also skaters, put on good shows. Headliners were comedians Allan Stewart and Josh Daniels, and the East Coast Boys (Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons 'tribute'), and they were all really good. Children enjoyed the open-air cinema wrapped in blankets, the hot-tub and pool, and of course helping themselves fill their own ice-cream cones. Oslo is a beautiful city. The ship docks right beside Akershus medieval fortress. Frogner Park and the Vigeland statues were stunning, and Aker Brygge boardwalk, just 5 minutes walk from the ship is great to sit and have a snack whilst looking over the water to the ship and the fortress on the hill. In Hamburg we took the shuttle bus to the city centre and walked about 10 minutes to Miniatur Wunderland model railway (which we had booked independently). Again, it was enjoyed by all ages in our group from 6 to 66, and we could have spent much longer looking at the detail in the modelling. Bruges was pretty but crowded, although it is always interesting.

family
family 1 Jan 2007

Very good ship, excellent staff, could not do enough for you. Will always go Royal Caribbean. Very clean and hygienic. Everything well organised.

couple
couple 1 Jan 2007

This cruise was everything we were looking for fantastic service ship was amazing the whole experience was 10/10 will definitely be booking again very soon

couple
couple 1 Jan 2007

Culturally rich destinations, over 3,000 miles covered in beautiful June/early July weather. Loved the destinations and opportunities to explore either independently or on organised shore excursions. Ideal for lovers of architecture and history. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending this cruise for future travelers and would even return again in the future.

couple
couple 1 Jan 2007

Outstanding

couple
couple 1 Jan 2007

It was a welcome return for another cruise on this ocean liner. The stunning interior with its lofty Royal Promenade, stylish glass lifts and fabulous dining room is in immaculate order. The excellent service from all staff, combined with an outstanding live band The Vendettas contributed to a happy cruise experience. A disappointment is that the traditional Formal Dress Code for two nights per week has been downgraded to an easily overlooked and mildly worded dress suggestion in tiny print in the daily newspaper. While many ladies looked lovely in their sparkly cocktail outfits and beautiful gowns the few of us who wore black tie and DJs were conspicuously in the minority. These were mostly the older gentlemen while the vast majority of passengers chose to ignore the tradition and continued to dress as casually as they pleased. This does not work. It looks incongruous and makes the minority who respect the dress code feel uncomfortable. I know I did. Royal Caribbean might be edging to do away with formal evenings altogether and be casual like NCL with those who want formal dress to turn to more up-market Celebrity, Princess or Cunard. The ship is lovely but there is always a problem of overcrowding in the Windjammer for breakfast at any time and every day it was a challenge to find an available table.

family
family 1 Jan 2007

This was our first time booking with Planet Cruise but will certainly be booking again, what a fantastic cruise. The entertainment was absolutely wonderful!!! Food brilliant as usual, Planet Cruise was a great company to deal with from start to finish.

couple
couple 1 Jan 2007

Just an amazing holiday in everything we did

couple
couple 1 Jan 2007

Loved the ship, there was a lot to do, I liked the street on the ship and the mini golf. The staff were friendly. Liked visiting all of the destinations, would have liked a bit longer in some of them, especially Copenhagen. The only thing we didn't like was that there was not a late night Buffet and the latest we could have a meal was 9pm. The all day snack bar was great, reallly nice rolls and cakes but we would have prefered the buffet to be open a bit later. A really enjoyable cruise.




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