The party starts as soon as we hit the pier to board our ship.
And it doesn’t stop until more than three days later, late into the last night, mere hours before passengers are due to get off at the end of the cruise.
We’re on Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas for back-to-back theme cruises sailing out of Southampton, England. This first one is “Throwback, the ‘80s Festival at Sea”, and we’re among about 3,000 passengers (mostly Brits) who have come to revel in the music and stylings of one of the most fun decades.
This three-day cruise is a wall-to-wall 1980s pop, rock and synth-pop celebration, with almost every detail of the ship and onboard programming designed to immerse all of us in that era.
When this three-day cruise ends, about 300 passengers and I stay on to join 2,600 others who board for the next
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