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Regent Seven Seas Navigator

With all-suite, almost all-balcony accommodation offering stunning ocean views, Seven Seas Navigator makes the ideal choice for a truly luxurious

In the six-star tradition of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Seven Seas Navigator is destined for distinction. Occupying the uppermost niche in cruising, she offers her 490 guests an outstanding level of luxury and some of the highest space and service ratios at sea. From her all-suite, all-ocean view accommodations with luxurious marble baths, to her signature cuisine, it is clear that Seven Seas Navigator is truly special. Each and every passenger can also enjoy the services of the efficient and attentive crew, with around 2 members for every 3 guests.

Not to be outshone by Regent Seven Seas newer ships, Seven Seas Navigator also underwent a full renovation in 2016. Notable upgrades include a fresh design for the Navigator Suite, inclusion of a Canyon Ranch SpaClub, completely redesigned reception area, refreshed library and Galileo Lounge.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/1999
Tonnage 33000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 4
Number Of Decks 8
Number Of Elevators 5
Number Of Pools 1
Number Of Restaurants 5
Maximum Capacity 490/530
Crew 325
Refurbished 08/06/2012

Ship Facilities

You will never get bored of the divine food onboard Seven Seas Navigator, especially since the menus in Compass Rose change nightly to reflect the cultures of each region visited. For the more health conscious of guests, there's Canyon Ranch SpaClub cuisine, where each and every dish is designed to nourish your body and soul. Savour elegant breakfast and lunch buffets at La Veranda and authentic Italian cuisine at Sette Mari at La Veranda once night falls.

For more casual dining, try the themed regional barbeques or the popular Pool Grill. Alternatively, meat lovers will be delighted with the classic steakhouse cuisine in Prime 7, served up in an elegant setting.

The best part about eating on Seven Seas Navigator? It’s all included, always.

Meet up with newfound friends in Galileo's Lounge for cocktails after an exquisite dining experience. Then, head over to the Show Lounge and be stunned by some of the finest entertainment at sea, including exciting shows and musical revues accompanied by Regent Seven Seas' signature 9 piece orchestra.

If you enjoy a spot of karaoke or like to dance the night away, Stars Lounge is the place to be, especially if you enjoy listening to live Jazz music. For something a little different when you’re at sea, why not head to the casino and take some thrilling risks? You never know, this really could be a holiday to remember!

If one thing's for certain, Seven Seas Navigator offers a wide array of sophisticated fun that will leave every guest with memories of the fantastic evenings they had onboard the ship.

Spa and fitness

If your idea of a perfect afternoon is being pampered until you feel completely at peace, then Regent Seven Seas is pleased to offer you services from Canyon Ranch SpaClub, where the professional staff will treat you to their extensive menu of therapeutic spa treatments and salon and nail services.

For more active pastimes, head to the well-equipped fitness centre or the upper deck for a brisk jog on the track, perfect for anyone who doesn’t want to miss out on a workout, even when they’re at sea.

Recreation

Spend an afternoon on the open-air pool deck while taking in the ever-changing vistas. Grab a best-seller from the library, or a board game or movie to take back to your suite. Make some new friends over a game of bridge in the card room or find the perfect gift or holiday memoir in the duty-free boutique. However you spend your days onboard Seven Seas Navigator, you’ll find that the hours just fly by!

There’s also the opportunity to learn something new by taking part in the onboard enrichment activities, such as attending an expert lecture from an Alaska specialist who has been cruising the inside passage for 20 years.

Customer reviews for Regent Seven Seas Navigator

We are about to go on our cruise. Our review is for the Iglu sales and customer service in the booking of this cruise. I highly recommend HARRY YEROLEMOU as a consultant he is first rate. Our cruise was originally booked in May of last year. I have been very particular on every aspect of our booking and Harry has been unbelievably patience. Spending hours to get everything perfect for us. Also for customer service LILY ARDREY Is incredible. Nothing is too much trouble, informing me every step of the way with small amendments. On booking my next years cruise I will certainly be dealing with These two lovely people...

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Our 15th cruise, this one around the Caribbean and our first with Regent. They have this odd policy regarding the wines available as part of the all-inclusive package in that they do not publish what you can have (we only found out by asking for a meeting with the senior officer who said it policy not to publish it). Food was good, but we got bored by it, Sette Mari, their Italian offering each night was uncomfortable; too hot - did they deliberately turn off the air con - and far to noisy. We were better served by Seabourn even though you pay for excursions, but frankly, some of Regents included tours were obviously "fillers" and a waste of time. Another area which upset passengers was the pool deck loungers, where "reserving" them from dusk to dawn was fine by them, but infuriating for those wanting to have some time out of the sun. Other lines do not permit this, why should Regent at these prices. Disappointed.

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Recently returned with my wife from the Panama Transmit cruise in September. The ship is small and intimate with a nearly 1/1 passenger / crew ratio. (490 max pax) The service and attention to detail is excellent, the staff being proactive rather than reactive, remembering names and likes/dislikes. Quiet amazing. Suites are very well appointed even the so called lower class, (5deck) A great complimentary package in the suite when you join and of course everything is all inclusive, yes, everything. If there is any negative to say about the 21 day cruise it would be the standard of some of the inclusive shore excursions. These are always being reviewed and you are encouraged to give an opinion as you return on board to assist in these reviews and update their itinerary. All in all a wonderful cruise and 100% better than our last cruise in 2010 on Oriana.

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