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Regent Seven Seas Navigator Reviews

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User Rating: 5 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 6
Date: 03 Dec 2018
Summary:  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 They have this odd policy regarding the wines available as part of the all-inclusive package in that they do not publish what you can have (we only found out by asking for a meeting with the senior officer who said it policy not to publish it).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.
User Rating: 5 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 6
Date: 08 Oct 2012
Summary:  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.
User Rating: 6 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 66 out of 6
Date: 08 Sep 2011
Summary:  My wife and I joined the Navigator in Fort Lauderdale for a cruise to Grand Cayman, Columbia, the Panama Canal Mexico and on finishing in San Francisco. The duration was 17 days ending on the 12th of May 2011. The Navigator is relatively small as cruise ships go with over 300 crew tending to the needs of approx 420 passengers, Due to this you quickly get to know fellow passengers and the crew, the crew know your wishes almost before you ask and fall over backwards to assist. The Suites are large and well fitted very much in keeping with Regents 5 star image. The bathroom is excellent as is the walk in wardrobe. The food is everything you could want and much, much more nothing is too much trouble. The main restaurant "Compass Rose" is excellent as is the speciality restaurant "Prime 7" The only small criticism would be the entertainment which really is geared for the American audience however there was a good mix with something for everyone. Although some of the impressionists and comedians could be problematic for Europeans. The ship can be a little noisy especially towards the stern in certain seas probably because of its size and its original build so take a cabin towards the middle or bows. Overall a great cruise nice passengers, good crew pleasing surroundings great itinerary and excursions
User Rating: 5 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 65 out of 6
Date: 16 May 2011
Summary:  A fantastic cruise, visiting Fort Lauderdale, Belize, Honduras and Mexico. The ship was wonderful - the food was fine dining and all the top alcoholic brands were served. Champagne was available all day, every day and on the Sunday a champagne and caviar breakfast was served. The only criticism we have is that the smoking area was actually at the bar on the pool deck. On Silverseas the smoking area was dedicated tables on the pool deck. The staff were wonderful and nothing was too much trouble for them. The highlight of the cruise was a show put on by the staff, i.e. waiters, waitresses, stewards, etc.
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