Seven Seas Navigator
Regent Navigator is designed for intimacy, comfort, and roominess. The Regent Seven Seas Navigator boasts a full 90% of the suites have balconies, and all have ocean views, many with marble baths. On a Regent Seven Seas Navigator cruise, there is a high staff to guest ratio and there are many onboard activates, including a guest lecture series with slide shows about the places you'll visit, an onboard library with internet access, Bridge classes, swimming pools, golf driving cages, ballroom dancing, video rentals, lounges, youth programs, and much more. On her travels, her guests enjoy the wonders of Bermuda, the Caribbean, Europe, the Mediterranean, and the South Pacific.
Seven Seas Navigator - Destinations
Seven Seas Navigator visits Bermuda, Europe & the Mediterranean, Scandinavia & Russia, and the Caribbean & Mexico. While it's best to speak with a Cruise Network cruise specialist involving specific itineraries, here are some of the ports of call and activities available to you!
Toes in the sand, balmy breezes rustling in the palm fronds-a Regent Seven Seas Navigator cruise kicks off the year with tours of the sunny Caribbean. Sailing from Ft. Lauderdale to Nassau, Bahamas, where the blue waters will whet your appetite for the other islands to come, including San Juan, Puerto Rico; St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie; St. Barts, Gustavia; St. Maarten, Philipsburg; Tortola, Road Town; and Grand Turk, the Seven Seas Navigator is your gateway to the lively Caribbean. Other cruises take you to places like Cozumel, Mexico, and Roatan Island, Honduras.
Scandinavia & Russia
The glories of the great north and the Baltic Sea, with glacier-carved bays and coastal cliffs, are on display in the Stockholm to Copenhagen cruise, which stops in St. Petersburg (usually for multiple nights), Helsinki, and Visby before returning to the castle-filled city of Copenhagen, Denmark.
There are also several Mediterranean cruises, such as one that sails from Istanbul, Turkey, to Piraeus, Greece. Ancient ports of call such as Mykonos, Kusadasi, Rhodes, Santorini, and others offer passengers a wonderful opportunity to absorb some of flavors and attitudes of the Mediterranean.
Seven Seas Navigator - Accommodations
Whether you're on a longer journey, have a family, significant other, traveling alone, or with a good friend, Regent Navigator has a suite to match your needs. More than 90% of the suites onboard a Regent Seven Seas Navigator cruise have balconies and all have ocean views. The smallest is over 300 square feet, and the largest more than 1,700. Interactive TVs and DVD players are standard in all rooms, as are plush robes, private showers and baths, walk-in closets and many extras, all swathed in plush fabrics, soothing decorations, and stocked with comfortable furniture and king-sized beds.
1,173 sq. ft.
Suite: 1,067 sq. ft.
Balcony: 106 sq. ft.
(Includes Butler Service
739 sq. ft.
Suite: 539 sq. ft.
Balcony: 200 sq. ft.
(Includes Butler Service)
495 sq. ft.
Suite: 448 sq. ft.
Balcony: 47 sq. ft.
(Includes Butler Service)
Penthouse Balcony Suite - Category F
356 sq. ft.
Suite: 301 sq. ft.
Balcony: 55 sq. ft.
(Penthouse Suites includes Butler Service)
310 sq. ft.
Seven Seas Navigator - Dining
Waiters recruited from some of the world's finest restaurants and hotels provide RSSC's renowned service, where "above and beyond" is more than just a catch phrase. A choice of fine, complimentary wine is poured nightly for your enjoyment, and the cuisine is exceptional.
The elegant Compass Rose Restaurant is Seven Seas Navigator's main restaurant; it's a single-open seating venue that offers an array of international cuisine. If you're hunting for a casual breakfast of lunch, you'll want to stop in at the Pool Grill, with indoor and outdoor seating. Or, try Seven Seas Portofino Grill, a reservations-only upscale spot with flavors of Tuscany, Genoa, and Naples on display.
Seven Seas Navigator - Activities & Entertainment
Step out in the nighttime to the Casino, which features mini-craps, blackjack, video poker and slots, and then stop in on a show at the Seven Seas Lounge, a two-tiered proscenium stage venue with Broadway musical style shows. Settle down later at the Connoisseur club, and then head over to get in some dancing at Stars Lounge. Top the night off with a nightcap at the Vista Lounge up at the top of the ship.
For taking care of your body the day after, there is a swimming pool, a full spa and salon, wrap-around deck, aerobics studio, and a weight room with loads of exercise equipment.
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