Seven Seas Navigator
Regent Seven Seas Cruises have long offered some of the best suites at sea, and the all-inclusive 490-passenger Seven Seas Navigator is no exception. Even the lowest category comes with walk-in closets and marble bathrooms with a full-size tub. When you're not in your stateroom, you'll find there are lots of activities on board, from an outpost of the famed Canyon Ranch Spa to a classy casino, three lounges, nightly musical performances, and multiple restaurants.
What We Love
Canyon Ranch Spa: Though it's not an enormous space, the spa has a full menu of facials, massages, and body wraps. There's also a Finnish sauna and steam room.
24-Hour Room Service: If you want to skip the restaurants altogether, you can order three meals a day from extensive menus.
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All-Inclusive Rates Cover Shore Excursions: Activities on land can add up while you're cruising, but this line includes them. The options range from guided walking tours around historic towns to a submarine adventure in Barbados.
Restaurant Options: In addition to Compass Rose, the main dining room, you can dine outside at La Veranda (which becomes an Italian restaurant for dinner) or spend the evening at Prime 7 steakhouse, which is easily the best restaurant on board. Our advice: Order the porterhouse, which they carve tableside.
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Who It's Best For
Sophisticated Adults: This is for the travelers who aren't looking for a hot party scene that stretches late into the night.
Don't Say We Didn't Warn You
Kids Could Be Bored: Unless you're cruising during the summer or holidays, you won't find specific activities tailored to younger cruisers. However, during peak family-travel times Club Mariner programs are available for children ages 6 to 17.
Judi Cuervo is a New York-based contributor to ShermansCruise whose work has also appeared in Bridal Guide and Gotham.
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Seven Seas Navigator at a Glance
- Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
- Number of Passengers: 490
- Ship Size: Small
- Launch Date: 1999
- Refurbish Date: 2012
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