This is NOT a luxury ship: Seven Seas Navigator Cruise Review by Adrienne622
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This is NOT a luxury ship
Destination: Western Caribbean
The cabins are fine, but the public areas are very cramped and unattractive. The pool deck has only few lounges in the shade - these are 'reserved' with passengers' beach bags early in the morning. The remaining lounges are in full sunshine - there are not enough when the ship is at sea.
So many passengers said the other two Regent ships (Mariner and Voyager) are very much better - why did they come on this cruise?
We had a terrible storm at sea - the first time I have ever been seasick. I heard two scenarios from other passengers - either the ship has no stabilizers or they were installed after the ship was built and are not adequate - apparently the hull was built for a Soviet More military ship and modified to be a cruise ship. This ship had far more motion in calm waters than newer, larger ships.
The food was mediocre to poor, with the exception of the Prime 7 steakhouse which was excellent.
Our cabin attendants were excellent. There were many issues with the rest of crew - no smiles or friendly greetings in the dining room. I asked an assistant waiter for drawn butter with a lobster tail and was told they didn't have it - I mentioned this to the waiter (after I ate it) - he checked and explained that the other guy was confused - he meant it didn't come with the dish (???) I saw people with canes in the buffet who were never offered help - I guess they should have asked, but you don't have to ask on Princess or Celebrity.
The entertainment was about what you would expect on a small ship. The production shows were good and the dancers were excellent. The individual performers - not so great. Less
Cabin review: 606
Very spacious cabin - comfortable beds.
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