Regent Seven Seas Navigator
Originally debuting in 1999, the Seven Seas Navigator joined the Regent fleet in 2006. As one of the cruise line’s smaller vessels, it accommodates up to 490 guests with rooms that all provide ocean views.
Regent strives for the highest level of luxury with the Seven Seas Navigator. Cruisers get a choice of three restaurants, with open seating, no scheduled times, and no extra charges, and can relax in the Canyon Ranch Spa Club, where they’ll receive the highest level of care.
Currently, Regent takes the Seven Seas Navigator across the world. Itineraries include Alaska, the Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada and New England, the Panama Canal, and South America.
Regent outfitted the Seven Seas Navigator with a range of staterooms. Options vary from the Deluxe Window Suite, offering 301 square feet of room, to Master Suites, which provide anywhere from 1,021 to 1,173 square feet.
Basic accommodations trend into luxury territory. Passengers can get ready inside marble bathrooms, and later enjoy the view from the large window or balcony. The rest of the room features a sitting area, walk-in closet, mini-bar, flat screen TV, and a king-sized bed. Regent enhances these accommodations with 24-hour room service, which includes in-suite dining.
At the highest level, travelers enjoy two private balconies and more than one bathroom and bedroom. Rooms further come with an espresso maker, cashmere blankets, and free Wi-Fi. As well, this top tier opens up more travel benefits: priority reservations for shore excursions, free pre- and post-cruise programs, and included transportation costs.
The Seven Seas Navigator’s main dining room is the Compass Rose. Three meals are served here throughout the day, all European-inspired continental cuisine. Cruisers further have a choice of vegetarian dishes or selecting from the Canyon Ranch Spa Club menu.
If you’re looking to be a bit more adventurous, try Prime 7. This steakhouse on the seas maintains a classic appeal with leather chairs and dark wood décor, all while you’re served sumptuous cuts of meat and sides.
On the casual end, there’s La Veranda. During the day, you’ll find breakfast and lunch served buffet style and an authentic pizzeria. Meals tend to emphasize local specialties. Later on, it turns into Sette Mari, a casual restaurant for dining in the evening. Table service provides a range of a la carte Italian dishes, paired with wines.
For a quick meal or a snack, head over to the Pool Grill. Select a mouth-watering meal from a menu of burgers, seafood, sandwiches, salads, ice cream, and desserts.
Activities & Entertainment
There’s strong emphasis placed on relaxation onboard the Seven Seas Navigator. Wind down after a long day in port with a massage in the Canyon Ranch Spa Club, part of the well-known wellness centers. Or rejuvenate yourself through body wraps, scrubs, or an afternoon of fitness in the ship’s top-notch facilities.
Others consider a soak in the pool the height of relaxation. A teak deck surrounds a large heated pool and two whirlpool spas. So bask in the sun and relish in the view as the ship takes off to the next destination.
If you find enjoyment in other ways, the casino might be a better match. Find your degree of excitement by playing the perfect hand. Or if your thrills come from deal seeking, the duty-free boutique lets you browse through designer clothing, scents, and jewelry.
In the evenings, the range of lounges and bars presents entertainment and socialization opportunities for everyone. Go around to spots letting you savor a cigar, enjoy a fine cocktail, or listen to a jazz performance in an intimate piano bar.
Large scale wise, the Seven Seas Lounge is where it’s at. Grab a seat to marvel at a Cirque-style performance, with the Regent Signature Orchestra providing accompaniment.
When you’re looking to see the exhilarating sights of Alaska or the beautiful beaches of South America, do it on board Regent’s Seven Seas Navigator. To get a seat onboard, schedule today through Direct Line Cruises.