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Seven Seas Navigator

21 reviews
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Passengers: 490   |   Crew: 362
Passengers to crew: 1.35:1
Passengers to space: 58.2:1
Launched: 1999   


  • Deck 5
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 8
  • Deck 9
  • Deck 10
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Deck 5 layout
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Linda Martin wrote a review Mar 2020
2 contributions1 helpful vote
Ours was the last cruise for Regent. We debarked in Auckland and flew to Nadi for a week at Tokoriki Resort in the Fiji Islands. But when it was obvious that the virus was spreading, the staff stopped us from using the buffet ourselves, they had a duty station at each hand sanitizer who made sure we used it when we left a facility. They were very professional without making us paranoid. We didn't like the layout of their ship as much as we like Oceania's with the big fantail dining area and huge lounge in the bow where we could socialize and watch our progress. Rooms were very comfortable and I love the walkin closets, but we probably will not be taking cruises until we're certain the virus is contained.
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151Terry wrote a review Mar 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom27 contributions3 helpful votes
Although the review location says Australia this was only part of the cruise and the main time abroad was spent in New Zealand which was not an option for the review! We had an exceptionally happy and enjoyable two weeks abroad navigator enjoying great hospitality and service – as always fantastic food – and the one point really were the other comment is the exceptional cruise director Ray Solaire. Regent are expensive in comparison with other cruise companies, but they are all-inclusive and that includes sure excursions. The additional cost is also adequately compensated by the very high quality of everything
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Ron F wrote a review Mar 2020
Wilmington, NC, United States2 contributions
A comprehensive trip around the continent and country by sea with a side trip to Ayers Rock. Regent is all inclusive with passengers in their 60’s and older. Ship is small and there are few common areas for quiet time reading or conversation other than food and drink areas with tables. Very good food, wines, spirits and excellent service. Excursions are included and varied. Only 2 specialty restaurants but they are excellent. All inclusive works out well. Less formal with only jackets required for evening. One show at night. Only a few evening venues and a casino. A great way to see Australia.
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marciapurcell33 wrote a review Jan 2020
11 contributions3 helpful votes
With only one flight necessary, we departed NYC for Rome, boarded the Navigator the next day and had all our worldly cares looked after for 16 days. Stops included Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Malaga, two stops in the Azores, and two days in Bermuda. Eight sea days rounded out the voyage before docking in NYC. The relatively small size of the ship, about 500 passengers, made it easy to manage. The care of passengers is outstanding, from the cabin staff, to the dining areas, to the entertainment and the tours. Could not recommend more highly!
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Beach4444 wrote a review Nov 2019
Ponte Vedra76 contributions40 helpful votes
First Transatlantic cruise...stayed 3 nights in Rome before cruise @ The Rome Excelsior...good central location and close to Villa Borghese...been to Rome several times, so we had specific ideas of where we wanted to visit..we were well rested and ready for our journey...our sail away from Rome was perfect as we cruised along the coasts of Italy, France and Spain with stops in Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Marbella as we headed towards the Rock of Gibraltar and the open seas of the Atlantic..after couple of days in the Atlantic, we reached the Azores...exploring these islands for a few days, we continued on for 4 sea days towards Bermuda...traveling the open seas is very exhilarating...it actually makes you realize how small this planet is...sailing into the inlet at St. George, Bermuda is very narrow and very cool...awesome experience from the bow of the ship...one night in Bermuda and then a sunset sail towards the USA with another sea day in between...passing the Statue of Liberty at sunrise was a great culmination to one fantastic voyage... Believe me, this will not be my last Transatlantic cruise...
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