A beautiful trip with just a few concerns: Seven Seas Navigator Cruise Review by lynnmarv1
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A beautiful trip with just a few concerns
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
The entertainment from the singers/dancers/specialty acrobatic act was excellent. Too bad they did not perform more often.
We loved the Pool Grill - tropical drinks, delicious white wine, custom burgers, sweet potato fries, salmon and tuna burgers. Our party of six including two 88 year olds, had lunch at Pool Grill every day instead of the more More sedate service at Compass Rose. The buffet area at La Terrazza was very very crowded at both breakfast and lunch. This is another serious concern about this ship compared to other all-inclusive luxury ships.
Thanks to the Navigator and Seven Seas staff for negotiating last minute coverage of the Super Bowl from the satellite provider.
All in all a lovely experience, but the stability of this ship made me very nervous. I have never had a sea sickness episode before in 25 cruises but this ship did not handle the windy weather well at all. Fortunately they were passing out Bonnine at the front desk. There were a couple of things we really appreciated and which set Regent Seven Seas apart from Silversea which we love. One was the free unlimited shore excursions. This was an excellent benefit. The entertainers - not the juggler comedian and the singer they had - but the singers, dancers and specialty act - were truly marvelous. And an evening event called the Block Party, where guests were encouraged to come out of their rooms, wine glass in hand, when the ship's bell blew at 5:00 - was truly fun. Less
Cabin review: D623 Deluxe Suite
The cabin was excellent. Great location - mid ship, lower deck. This was especially important with the rough seas and heavy winds we had during this trip. I did not think this ship was handling the weather well at all, but at least it was somewhat peaceful in our cabin.Read All Deluxe Suite (D) Reviews >>
Port and Shore Excursions
Blue Lagoon Dolphin Swim
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