Seven Seas Navigator, a luxury Regent Seven Seas Cruises ship, features 245 guest suites and a passenger to crew ratio of 1 to 1.42. It provides a luxurious base for world-wide travel, catering mainly towards well-traveled, mature passengers with a preference for premier, personalized service onboard.
The ship, which was built in 1998 and refurbished in 2016, stops at a wide range of ports across the world. This includes Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Singapore, and Perth. Some of the best excursions include a premiere tequila-tasting event in Mexico, witnessing the architectural wonders of Trinity Church in Boston, and visiting the unique Bird Island of Vigur.
Accommodation is luxurious, with numerous suites to choose from, including Deluxe Window Suites, Deluxe Veranda Suites, Concierge Suites, Penthouse Suites, Navigator Suites, Grand Suites, and Master Suites. The Master Suite accommodates up to five guests, with a walk-in closet, private balcony, spacious living room and 1 ½ marble bathrooms. There is also an in-suite mini-bar set-up and refill, with a shoe shine service and welcome bottle of champagne.
There are six dining options on the Seven Seas Navigator, including Sette Mari at La Veranda, Prime 7, Pool Grill, La Veranda, Compass Rose, and Coffee Connection. There are also plenty of entertainment options and five-star facilities, including numerous boutiques, a fitness center and relaxing spa. At night, guests can enjoy cocktails at Galileo’s, chill out in the Navigator Lounge, bet at the casino, or watch the main show in the Seven Seas Lounge, to top off a day of exploration.