Seven Seas Navigator Overview

Seven Seas Navigator is the largest ship in the six-star Regent Seven Seas Cruises' fleet, yet it's perhaps the most personal. Instead of endless corridors of featureless cabin doors and noisy, crowded reception areas, the surroundings are as intimate as a private club, and as individual as you. Glass-walled elevators rise through three decks of airy lounges, shops, clubrooms, and restaurants. The International Streamline style of the 1930s is very much in evidence, while the luxurious furnishings have the graceful ease and sensuous curves of an Erte drawing. All is calm and quiet, befitting the style of a small prestigious hotel that serves guests who are more like old friends than simply names or numbers.

Seven Seas Navigator Ship Stats

  • Price:
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  • Size: S
  • Total Passengers: 490
  • Total Crew: 345
  • Passenger to Crew Ratio: 1.42
  • Built: Jan 1999
  • Refurbished: Jun 2012
  • Number of Decks: 8
  • Total Cabins: 0
  • Cabin Categories: 11
  • Gross Tonnage: 28,550
  • Length: 565
  • Beam: 81

Seven Seas Navigator Cabins

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Suite Cabin Suite
4.0
(13 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 468 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $505/night

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Seven Seas Navigator Dining

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Prime 7 Prime 7
3.5
(2 Reviews)
Compass Rose Restaurant Compass Rose Restaurant
1.0
(1 Review)
Room Service Room Service
Sette Mari at La Veranda Sette Mari at La Veranda

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66 Seven Seas Navigator Reviews

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Interesting arctic circle cruise by ladyfern

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Interesting cruise, enjoyed the journey but wouldn’t do it again, ship and food was great

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A taste of the old Sod by cressnaples

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Overall good cruise with excellent food and service. Disappointed in cabin assignment which was right over the theater, making for a very noisy experience. Some shore excursions did not live up to their descriptions; but others were superb. Staff on board was courteous and efficient at all times....a stellar crew which was well trained.

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Saw many sites that we have only read and heard about. by Green5

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Started with a great flight on Emirates airline. Great Business class seats. Best I have experienced. Spend two days touring Dubai and Abi Dubai. Board the Regency Navigator ship and started our cruise. We had some armed guards on board as we passes Somalia and entered the Red Sea. Took a two tours at Lexor. One was the temples at Karnac. The include a tour of the valley of Kings. Got to enter King Tutus tomb. The sea days were needed to recharge my batteries. Very tired with long bus trips over to Lexor. Israel sites were very crowded. Not much organization at the sites. Push your way through. Crete was okay. Been there before, so say the main site before. Could not get into Sorento as the sea was to choppy to load the tenders. Dock at Naples instead, so we just took a walking tour. Ended in Rome. Spent 5 days there enjoying the sites and food.

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Kennicott
Feb 04, 2015

This was a two week cruise to Alaska, from San Fran to Vancouver Canada. Crossed the Gulf of Alaska twice, going as far north as Valdez in Prince William Sound. One week north and one week south. Different ports both going and coming. That is the way to cruise Alaska.

jgray37000
Sep 15, 2014

Regent uses the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables. Perfectly nice hotel, IF you're a conventioneer! Nowhere NEAR the beach. Stay someplace more "Miami", like in South Beach. Yes, you'll have to get yourself to the hotel and the ship, but how hard is that?!

mclbrink
Oct 22, 2015

I would recommend avoiding cabins in the back of the ship. The Navigator has a real problem with vibration at the back of the ship that we have never experienced on other ships.

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