Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
Seven Seas Navigator is a firm favourite in Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet and the 490-passenger ship is elegant and contemporary. All her accommodations are suites with ocean views, most with private, furnished balconies and while she is small she’s still incredibly spacious.
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Regent are the bestByon 20 June 2016Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
If you want a great value for money cruise – even if the up front cost is high Regent is the best. Best of all there are only 490 passengers on the Navigator, even though the ship is about 30,000 tons. The service is impeccable, tipping is included, all the trips are included and drinks are included. We enjoyed a bottle of champagne every night on the balcony, what more do you want on a...
Regent 7 seasByon 27 February 2016Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
Great cruise apart from very poor internet after paying 300 dollars for 24/7 coverage. Enjoyed all ports of call except the last day was horrendous, Nassau, where 4 very large ships were already docked, at least 12,000 people already there ! Would have been better to have had another day at sea,spoilt our last day
Cruise of Good FortuneByon 20 May 2015Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
We’ve recently returned from a fascinating cruise to Alaska. A pity the cruise didn’t start in the UK because we’re not at all fond of flying. We first flew to San Francisco, and were pleased that our package with Regent Seven Seas included an upgrade to Premium Economy on the long 11 hour flight. Two nights in SF gave us the opportunity to visit Alcatraz. Because it’s hugely popular, we would recommend that any readers...
NoiseByon 04 February 2015Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
Lovely people good service great food. All in, nothing to pay at the end! Destination ports and excursions all very good. Don’t ever have the staterooms at the back of the ship. Vibrations and noise very bad on all decks. Worst of all deck 8 our suite over the show lounge. One night they rehearsed the next day show starting at 11pm for an hour. Impossible to sleep. Lesson learned look out for what is...
Lovely AlaskaByon 09 September 2014Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
This was a brilliant cruise. Flew to Vancouver, overnight at Sheraton. On board next morning. All the inclusive excursions were superb & well-organised. I paid for a couple of “extras” which were the float plane at Ketchikan and the zipwire at Hoonah. Both were well worth the extra. The food & service were absolutely excellent. We loved not having to sign for every drink (and then pay at the end) especially when we palled up...
wonderful cruise – butByon 22 March 2014Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
Seven Seas navigator is a lovely ship with wonderful crew who really look after you. Sailing to and from Miami though is not something i would repeat. Two days before returning home we had a shock to find that we had to disembark the ship by 9.00am an our flight home was at 9.00pm. We were offered a free Round the City tour and our luggage was in a secure place but this did not...
San francisco to New York Sept 2013Byon 21 October 2013Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
This was a 22 day cruise from the west coast USA visiting Mexico, Costa Rica, transiting the Panama canal, then calling at Colombia, cayman, Florida, Charleston and finishing in New York. 10 ports of call and the boat repositioned for the Autumn runs to Montreal. A great trip with some great memories. The Navigator is the smallest of the fleet with just under 500 passengers. BA flights to San Francisco (their service isn’t what it...
Regent not 6 starByon 26 June 2013Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Navigator Reviews
Booking early we were not aware of flight details, when these came through we found that due to the Xmas rush we had a 9pm flight back from Miami with an 8 hour wait at the airport. At nearly 80 with 2 new knees and 2 replacement hips we said not acceptable. I suggested a day room at a local hotel where we could relax for the day Regent wouldn’t play ball. I then said...