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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.

Sails from:

Amsterdam, Netherlands , Auckland, New Zealand , Barcelona, Spain

Cruises to:

South Pacific , Europe , Canada, New England, New York , Transatlantic , Europe - Northern Europe , Panama Canal, Central America , South Pacific - Australia , Other (Asia/Africa/Middle East) , Caribbean , Europe - Western Europe , World Cruise , U.S. , Caribbean - Western , South America , Cuba

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4.8 out of 5

Great NE US cruise but it got a little chilly!! by OntheGo

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Although the fall colors this year were not very good for this cruise, we had a great time. The weather was colder than we had predicted, and we even experienced snow on the cruise between Quebec and Montreal (something many of the cruise personnel had never experienced!!).

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5 out of 5

Fantastic Ship and Cruise by StanG1270

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Regent is all inclusive and is the only cruise line we will use for future cruises. Crew/staff makes you feel as if it is your own private Yacht.

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4.2 out of 5

Nice Itinerary - Noisy Ship by Chucknbob

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Other Regent ships are preferable because of noise and vibrations.

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4.7 out of 5

Fab Artic Cruise" by mohutch

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Wonderful ship, excellent crew, great staff, tours were all interesting. We were treated royally. Regent really knows how to treat its passengers. I've booked my next cruise with them already.

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3.5 out of 5

An okay Cruise by jww5531nc

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Prime 7 had excellent food and service. Compass Rose had very good food but spotty service. Sette Mare had very good food and okay service. Missed two ports-Guatemala because of volcano disruption and Nicaragua because of civil unrest. Regent was able to add a new port visit in Costa Rica which was excellent. The other port in Costa Rico and the one in Jamaica had at best fair excursions. There was only one lecturer on board and his talks were okay. The Panama transit was the highlight. State room service was very good. The entertainment was also very good. Would not come back to New York City. Traffic and road construction were horrible. Miami is a much better port.

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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.

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?!

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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