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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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290 reviews
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Fantastic Cruise to the Southern Coast and Bermuda

Review for Seven Seas Navigator to Bermuda
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Apr 2012
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

This was our second cruise with Regent, and the first on the Navigator. We cruised last January on the Mariner, and were less than blown away, so were somewhat concerned about what our experience would be like on the smaller Navigator. We need not have been worried...the ship and her crew were amazing!

Embarkation in Fort Lauderdale was a breeze. It probably helped that there were only 500 passengers to check in, and we were in the last 100 or so, arriving at the pier at around 1:30. It was also a Tuesday, so the pier was not busy at all. It probably only took about 15 minutes from the time we entered the terminal until we were stepping onboard the ship...very nice.

We were finally allowed into our cabins around 2:30. We found the cabin to be very large, with a nice walk-in closet and very nicely laid out bathroom with shower and separate tub. Our bags actually arrived before the safety drill, so I was able to unpack before the drill and sailaway, which was a first for us.

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Penthouse Suite

Cabin C

Noisy cabin...could hear the people next to us as well as the ones above us.

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