Navigator in Alaska June 2011: Seven Seas Navigator Cruise Review by Ed P.
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Navigator in Alaska June 2011
Yes, like every cruise (or trip) there were some glitches or things that didn't go accordingly to plan. The entire staff of the Navigator went out of their way to remedy any minor problem or issue. I'm not smart enough to know whether the Navigator is a 4 or 5 or 6 star ship. What we do know is that our trip was truly first class including the cabin, food, staff, service, wine and ports. Our hats off More to Terry Breen our naturist whose commentary and narration was a great addition to our trip.
On a side note, we stayed four nights in Vancouver at the Sutton Place Hotel. A true "don't miss" hotel. Great hotel in a great location in a great city.
Other reviews have commented on the price and value of a Regent cruise but our personal opinion is you get what you pay for in this world and Regent Seven Seas met or exceeded our every expectation.
Staff and crew
Food and wine service
Weather (you will get wet LOL)
Hotel in Anchorage (Hilton is the "best" of a bad group) Less
Cabin review: B Penthouse Suite
We were on Deck 10, a butler suite with a great location. Deck 10 has the La Veranda buffet as well as the pool, pool bar and outdoor lunch area. A great central location. We noticed none of the vibration issues some other reviews have described.Read All Penthouse Suite (B) Reviews >>
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