Navigator Med Cruise
john bramwell | October 3, 2016 | Royal Caribbean International | Navigator of the Seas
The cruise whilst ideal from a practical point of view leaving Southampton and visiting many places in the med, was not what we expected having travelled on the 4th August 2016 sailing. The biggest problem was the number of children on the cruise and the uncontrolled way in which they took over the ship running around in gangs and eating food anywhere and leaving rubbish in lifts and corridors. This was a big disappointment. It was only towards the end of the cruise that the ship took any notice and tried to stop this.
Also the food standard has dropped in the dining room. It is 4 years since we last went on a Royal Caribbean cruise and the standard has definitely dropped. When did you last get pies and curries on a 4* cruise menu? not what we anticipated.
We had sailed on the Navigator before but will not again.
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