Disclosure: I attended a complimentary one-night cruise in exchange for my honest review.
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I was so excited to be invited by Royal Caribbean for a day-trip cruise on Navigator of the Seas. My husband however was not very thrilled. In fact, he swore he'd never go on a cruise. The thought of being in the middle of the ocean with no escape from a possible tragic accident just did not sit well with him. But when I informed him that we were going on this trip, he relented, mostly just to appease me.
Liberty of the Seas, I was excited to find that the ships are laid out very similarly (however, the entertainment shows are different). Our room was a private balcony room, with a king-size bed, couch, desk, television, closets, and bathroom with a shower. Ours had a royal blue theme, which I thought was very appropriate for a Royal Caribbean cruise, especially since the balcony curtains had a wave-like design.
features to this ship and it's simply gorgeous! The Promenade Deck is where we found all the shops and some of the restaurants. I love all the glamorous decor and the beautiful art everywhere. The windows that overlook this area are those of the inner rooms (those without a water view).
Once relaxed and with drink in hand, my husband finally admitted that cruising might be fun. Doesn't he look much happier in this photo? He said that being on Navigator of the Seas was like being in Vegas, except that everything is included - food, beverages, shows of many kinds, a casino, pools and hot-tubs, and much more. Plus, once you're on board, you don't have to drive anywhere to enjoy it all.
dolphin encounter and be kissed by a dolphin in Cozumel.
cruise, Royal Caribbean even offers wifi while you're on board. Wouldn't it be nice to always work while sitting in the sun with your feet propped up and an exotic cocktail in hand?
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