Seven Seas Navigator Cruise Review by Trudyrand: Most enjoyable
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This was our 4th Regent cruise and it was as we expected. The food choices were excellent and the food quite good although we detected a slight reduction in the availability of higher price food items; no doubt a result of higher food costs, generally. The liquor selections are top shelf and the house wines were very well selected. The wine stewards could be a bit on the snotty side, however.
Staff is friendly and most are more than capable with a few clearly in the "training" stage. Our housekeeper, Janice, was a delight and remembered out names every time we saw her. The rooms are always spacious; yes, there were some creaks but the interiors are mostly wood and the creaks were certainly not constant, nor annoying. (We creak, too!)
Our cruise had a good mix from multi-generational families with children to young couples to middle-aged to older folks. The library is well-stocked and the casino is active (when open).
Regent offers a very broad range of More tours, most of them free. We especially recommend the White Pass railroad tour and any tour to view the wildlife. We will continue to use Regent whenever we cruise. Less
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