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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Regent Navigator Ft. Lauderdale/Key West/Nassau 12/14/2007

Review for Seven Seas Navigator to the Bahamas
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DebbieH103
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Dec 2007
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

Trip to Fort Lauderdale and Embarkation

I booked this cruise after reading some people talk about it. I booked late in the game, so I had to take a category D guarantee to get a balcony. Regent has a fairly good single supplement policy, and I went for 140% of a one person rate. I thought I had a girlfriend that was going, but she got laid off and took a new job in a week and a half's time, so I took advantage of the good price on this 3 nighter on the 2 for 1 single as a chance to sample Regent Navigator. By the time I got down to the cruise, it had not been long since I had done Regent Voyager Western Med in late October, so I was pretty excited. In addition, I had also just come from Silver Whisper Dubai to Mumbai a few days earlier with my husband, so I was also rather tired.

I'm a travel agent, but I did pay full fare, less my commission for this trip and have paid a pretty penny for my 5 luxury cruises, so I hope the readers will consider me a reliable source and value the detail in this review. Other similar cruises have been one Silver Wind cruise, two Silver Whisper cruises, and one Regent Navigator cruise.

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Deluxe Suite

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