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Looking at a 4-night (Monday thru Friday) in mid-January.

 

We are hoping for good food, good service, and relaxation.  I know Navigator has been updated, but does the short itinerary make it a party ship?

 

Any advice welcome - we were supposed to be on Symphony for a 7-day but the days don't line up.  😞

 

Thanks!

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We went on the 4 night (i.e. so also Mon-Fri) end of August and it was not a party cruise.  As it was end of summer, there were some kids but (including ours) but not crazy and no issues.  Although you shouldn't have a ton anyways in January. Evening was normal and similar to any other ship.  We missed Quest though and some nighttime stuff as DH had just returned from an oversees trip and had a big time change so can't comment after hours.  Great ship.  Really enjoyed Navigator.

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While we've not been on a Navigator 4-night cruise, we have been on both 3-night and 4-night cruises out of Miami and Port Canaveral.  The 3-night weekend cruises were much more of a party atmosphere than the 4-night cruises.

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The weekend 3 night cruises will see a younger more late night party crowd but still tame compared to some other cruise lines known to be party ships.  

 

A weekday 4 night will not be the same as the 3 night, more like a 7 day experience but shorter.    Family friendly.

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The whole idea with brining Navigator and Mariner to Florida for the 3 / 4 night cruises is to attract a younger crowd, which you will then feel especially on the 3 night weekend cruises. Neverheless the crowd should still be better on those cruises than on lowest of the lowest you get on Carnival.

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1 hour ago, coops said:

We just did this same cruise last month and found it to be similar to the 7 night . No crazy party cruise. It was great time we had.

 

25 minutes ago, twangster said:

The weekend 3 night cruises will see a younger more late night party crowd but still tame compared to some other cruise lines known to be party ships.  

 

A weekday 4 night will not be the same as the 3 night, more like a 7 day experience but shorter.    Family friendly.

That's good to know. We're taking our 4 year old on the Navigator 4 night in February for a family vacation.  

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