World Cruise from Los Angeles, 7 January 2018 (139 nights)

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Ship:
Regent Seven Seas Navigator
Line:
Regent Seven Seas
Depart Date:
7th January 2018
Duration:
139 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
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Cruise Type:
Fly Cruise
  • All Inclusive Cruise
  • Free Excursions
  • Inclusive Drinks
  • Tips Included

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Holiday Features

Navigator - 90% Balcony, All Suites for just 490 Guests

  • Unlimited Shore Excursions
  • Unlimited Beverages Including Fine Wines and Premium Spirits
  • Open Bars and Lounges PLUS In-Suite Mini-bar Replenished Daily
  • Pre-Paid Gratuities
  • NO Charge for Specialty Restaurants and 24-hour Room Service
  • Elegant Casual Dress Code - Formal and Semi-Formal Attire Optional on Sailings of 16 Nights or Longer
  • Welcome Bottle of Champagne
  • Up to four gourmet restaurants including the iconic steakhouse Prime 7, plus haute French cuisine at Signatures, Continental dining at Compass Rose, casual indoor and outdoor dining at La Veranda, our new Tuscan-inspired evening restaurant Setti Mari at La Veranda and the al fresco Pool Grill
  • In-Suite Dining, Served Course-By-Course During Restaurant Hours
  • L'Occitane® soaps, shampoos and lotions
  • Butler Service in Penthouse Suites and Higher, Included iPad® in Suite, iPod®Docking Station and Complimentary In-Suite Mini-Bar Setup
  • Fitness Programs, Sauna and Steam Rooms in the Spa
  • Onboard Activities Including Expert Guest Lectures, Theatre Performance and Day-Time Entertainment
  • Interactive Flat Screen Television in Each Suite With Extensive Media Library and Complimentary Movies-On-Demand
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Fly from the UK
1 Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Los Angeles with a population at the 2010 United States Census of 3,792,621, is the most populous city in the state of California, and the second most populous in the United States, after New York City. It has an area of 468.67 square miles (1,213.8 km2), and is located in Southern California.
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2-6 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
7 Honolulu, Oahu
Honolulu, Oahu
From amazing surfing beaches, to tropical rainforests to some of the worlds most inviting golf courses, Hawaii has it all.
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8 Hilo, Hawaii AM PM
9 Nawiliwili, Kauai AM PM
10 Kahului, Maui AM PM
11-14 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
15 Nuku Hiva Island AM PM
16 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
17 Rangiroa AM PM
18 Papeete, Tahiti
Papeete, Tahiti
Although this gorgeous South Pacific island of Tahiti has its share of beautiful coves, black sand, and lush, unspoilt mountainous landscapes full of cascading waterfalls and dramatic coastal blowholes, do not expect some kind of laid-back desert(ed) island settlement when you cruise into the main port and capital, Papeete. One stroll around its harbour-full of private yachts, across roads packed with expensive cars, or past its streets-full of chic boutiques, designer label stores and pulsating bars and nightclubs, and you could believe yourself to be in the French Caribbean or even the French Riviera.
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19 Bora Bora
Bora Bora
Bora Bora is an island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the Pacific Ocean. The island, located about 230 kilometres (140 mi) northwest of Papeete, is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. In the center of the island are the remnants of an extinct volcano rising to two peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 727 metres (2,385 ft).
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20-21 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
22 Pago Pago AM PM
23-24 International Dateline (Gain a Day) - Crossing
25 Suva AM PM
26 Lautoka AM PM
27-28 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
29 Bay of Islands
Bay of Islands
The Bay of Islands region is New Zealand’s finest maritime park and comprises 144 islands and myriad bays and beaches around the coastline. The Bay, with its subtropical climate and pristine natural environment, has an abundance of marine life, including the big marlin, whales, penguins, dolphins, gannets and many other species. And although it’s an aquatic playground for adventure activities and escapist relaxation, much of Northlands extensive coastline remains unspoilt.
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30 Auckland
Auckland
New Zealand’s biggest city and major cruise port, Auckland, sits between the Pacific Ocean and Tasman Sea, which is how it came to host the America’s Cup twice - in 1999 and 2002 - attracting investment to transform the harbourside into a superb meeting and eating place which all visitors can now appreciate. ]The Viaduct Harbour area now boasts outdoor restaurants ideally placed to view the hundreds of yachts attracted to this icon of sailing success. This ‘City of Sails’ is also home to New Zealand’s impressive National Maritime Museum which charts the nation’s seafaring history.
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31 Tauranga
Tauranga
Tauranga is the most populous city in the Bay of Plenty region, in the North Island of New Zealand.
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32 Napier AM PM
33 Picton AM PM
34 Christchurch
Christchurch
Christchurch is the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and the country's second-largest urban area. It lies one third of the way down the South Island's east coast, just north of Banks Peninsula which itself, since 2006, lies within the formal limits of Christchurch.
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35 Dunedin
Dunedin
Located on the Otago Peninsula on the South Island of New Zealand, the bustling city of Dunedin has strong links to Scotland in terms of history and architecture -- so much so that its name means "Edinburgh" in Scottish Gaelic. This port city is becoming quite popular with cruise-ship passengers, thanks to a compact city center, interesting museums and galleries, chocolate-focused Cadbury World, fresh seafood at a variety of restaurants and several interesting shore excursion options.
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36 Milford Fjords - Cruising
37-38 Tasman Sea - Cruising
39 Sydney
Sydney
As one of the oldest settlements in Australia as well as one of the world's top travel destinations, Sydney offers Aussie hospitality combined with spectacular attractions -- from its dramatic harbour and cosmopolitan city center, to its protected coves, miles of beautiful beaches, and the spectacular Blue Mountains.
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40 Tasman Sea - Cruising
41 Geelong AM PM
42 Great Australian Bight - Cruising
43 Adelaide
Adelaide
Adelaide is the fifth-largest city in Australia, with a population of over 1.1 million in 2006, and is the capital and most populous city of the state of South Australia. It is a coastal city situated on eastern side of Gulf St. Vincent on the Adelaide Plains, north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, and west of the Mount Lofty Ranges, which rise to around 700 metres (2,300 ft).
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44 Port Lincoln AM PM
45-46 Great Australian Bight - Cruising
47 Esperance AM PM
48 Indian Ocean - Cruising
49 Perth (Fremantle)
Perth (Fremantle)
Fremantle is a port city in Western Australia, located 19 kilometres (12 mi) southwest of Perth, the state capital, at the mouth of the Swan River on Australia's western coast. It was the first area settled by the Swan River colonists in 1829. It was declared a city in 1929, and has a population of approximately 25,000.
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50 Geraldton AM PM
51 Indian Ocean - Cruising
52 Exmouth AM PM
53-54 Indian Ocean - Cruising
55 Komodo Island
Komodo Island
The island of Komodo is one of the few remaining areas inhabited by the Komodo dragon, which is protected in Indonesia. Komodo dragons are giant monitor lizards that roam wild over the island. They measure up to 3 m (up to 10 ft) long, weigh up to 135 kg (up to 300 lb), and can live 100 years. Park officials regularly supply pig and goat carcasses to attract the lizards to viewing areas for tourists. About 1,000 of the dragons are known to live on the island of Komodo; another 1,000 live on the neighboring island of Rinca.
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56-57 Bali - Overnight onboard PM PM
58 Java Sea - Cruising
59 Semarang
Semarang
Semarang is a city on the north coast of the island of Java, Indonesia. It is the capital of the province of Central Java.
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60 The Karimata Strait - Cruising
61 South China Sea - Cruising
62 Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia AM PM
63 Muara, Brunei AM PM
64 South China Sea - Cruising
65 Singapore
Singapore
Singapore is a melting pot of people and cultures. Malay, Chinese, English and Tamil are official languages; Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Hinduism and Christianity are the major faiths. Ever fascinating, Singapore boasts diverse cultures, luxurious hotels, and some of the finest duty-free shopping in the world.
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66 Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang)
Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang)
For Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur cruise ships must dock at the deepwater cruise port Kelang, which is 90 minutes drive away. This, though, is good news for cruise visitors because, along the way to the capital, you not only see the magnificent Salahuddin ‘Blue’ Mosque - the largest in southeast Asia with room for 16,000 worshippers - but also visit the Batu Caves where a stone staircase with 272 steps leads up to a Hindu Shrine. If you make the effort, you are rewarded with the company of scores of monkeys which live around the caves.
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67 Langkawi
Langkawi
Langkawi,officially known as Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, some 30 km off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia. Only four of the islands are inhabited - Pulau Langkawi (the main island), Pulau Tuba, Pulau Rebak and Pulau Dayang Bunting
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68 Phuket AM PM
69 Andaman Sea - Cruising
70 Bay of Bengal - Cruising
71 The Laccadive Sea - Cruising
72 Colombo, Sri Lanka
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Colombo is the largest city and former capital of Sri Lanka. It is located on the west coast of the island and adjacent to Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte, the capital. Colombo is a busy and vibrant city with a mixture of modern life and colonial buildings and ruins and a city population of 647,100.
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73 The Laccadive Sea - Cruising
74 Male
Male
Many of the islands are uninhabited, and one third of the nation's population lives on the largest island, Male. When it comes to size Male' would perhaps count as one of the smallest capitals in the world. 
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75-76 Indian Ocean - Cruising
77-78 Mahe, Seychelles PM PM
79-80 Indian Ocean - Cruising
81 Port Louis, Mauritius
Port Louis, Mauritius
Attractions include the Caudan Waterfront, Port Louis Bazaar, the Mauritian Chinatown and the old Port Louis theatre. The capital has also three museums which are: the Mauritius Natural History Museum, the Blue Penny Museum and the Mauritius Stamp Museum. The biggest and oldest post office in Mauritius is found near the Caudan Waterfront.
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82 Pointe Des Galettes AM PM
83-85 Indian Ocean - Cruising
86 Richards Bay AM PM
87 Durban
Durban
Three-wheeled Tuk Tuk open cabs ply the Golden Mile, Durban’s palm-lined promenade. Restaurants and oriental bazaars like the Victoria Street Market are fragrant with spice and incense, all reminders that these shores look out over the Indian Ocean and exotic Asian destinations beyond. Follow the arts and crafts trail, go golfing or fishing, visit a crocodile farm or head inland to the game reserves of KwaZulu Natal, veldts that lead the eye to the craggy peaks of the Drakensberg Mountains.
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88 East London AM PM
89 Indian Ocean - Cruising
90-91 Cape Town - Overnight onboard AM PM
92 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
93 Luderitz AM PM
94-95 Walvis Bay - Overnight onboard AM PM
96-99 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
100 Tristan da Cunha AM PM
101-105 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
106 Montevideo
Montevideo
Check out Independence Square, the focal hub of the compact Uruguayan capital of Montevideo. With a bustlin main boulevard, lined with shops and cafes, take time to explore.
107 Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, located in the South American continent. It is one of the largest cities in Latin America, with a lot of cultural offerings, and is the point of departure for travelling to the rest of the country.
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108 Punta del Este
Punta del Este
Punta del Este is an upscale vacation spot on the southern tip of Uruguay, southeast of the town of Maldonado and about 140 km east of Montevideo. Apart form its fantastic beaches, the lively, chic resort of Punta del Este has superb food and scenery.
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109-110 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
111 Santos AM PM
112-113 Rio de Janeiro - Overnight Onboard AM PM
114-115 Coast of Brazil - Cruising
116 Recife
Recife
Recife, a city of water and bridges, boasts lively beaches and stunning architecture. One of the most ornate churches is the Igreda Da Misericordia, well worth a look.
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117-118 Coast of Brazil - Cruising
119 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
120 Devil's Island AM PM
121 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
122 Scarborough, Tobago AM PM
123 Caribbean Sea - Cruising
124 Willemstad, Curacao
Willemstad, Curacao
Curacao is one of the Dutch Antilles. This is reflected in the Dutch cuisine served in the island’s restaurants and in the Dutch-style houses of the capital Willemstad. Here shopping is superb…the ‘Floating Market’ alongside the canal is well worth checking out. You will find anything from tropical fruits and vegetables to local handicrafts. Visit the dramatic Hato Caves, a series of grottos with underground waterfalls and ancient Indian petroglyphs, or explore the spectacular Curacao Sea Aquarium, where you will see around 400 exotic species of marine life. Dive in the sapphire blue waters near the beautiful coral reef and experience feeding turtles and stingrays. Then discover Curacao’s Ostrich Farm, where you will see how the ostrich develops from an egg to the largest bird in the world. Before you leave the island, you must try the famous Curacao’s fruity liqueur.
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125 Aruba
Aruba
Aruba is a 33 km-long island of the Lesser Antilles in the southern Caribbean Sea, located 27 km north of the coast of Venezuela. Together with Bonaire and Curaçao, it forms a group referred to as the ABC islands of the Leeward Antilles, the southern island chain of the Lesser Antilles.
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126 Caribbean Sea - Cruising
127 Panama Canal Transit
128 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
129 Puntarenas
Puntarenas
One of the major attractions here is the La Paz Waterfalls where you'll find one of the world's largest enclosed butterfly parks.
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130 Corinto AM PM
131 Puerto Quetzal
Puerto Quetzal
This charming port city on the Pacific coast of Guatemala is home to the beautiful, iridescent Quetzal bird, which was once sacred to the Mayan civilization that once ruled over this land.
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132 At Sea
133 Acapulco
Acapulco
One of Mexico's top resorts and a favorite haunt of jet-setters and stars, Acapulco is an international destination alive with gorgeous beaches and non-stop glamour.
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134 At Sea
135 Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas
Situated at the very tip of the world's longest peninsula, this once-sleepy Baja cannery village of Cabo San Lucas calmly watches the cool Pacific Ocean merge with the Sea of Cortez.
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136 At Sea
137 San Diego PM PM
138 Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Los Angeles with a population at the 2010 United States Census of 3,792,621, is the most populous city in the state of California, and the second most populous in the United States, after New York City. It has an area of 468.67 square miles (1,213.8 km2), and is located in Southern California.
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139 Fly to the UK
140 Arrive in UK - Overnight flight

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Customer reviews for Regent Seven Seas Navigator

  • Regent Seven Seas Navigator
  • Regent Seven Seas
  • 03 Dec 2018

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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  • Regent Seven Seas Navigator
  • Regent Seven Seas
  • 08 Oct 2012

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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  • Regent Seven Seas Navigator
  • Regent Seven Seas
  • 08 Sep 2011

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

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