Regent Seven Seas now offers lively custom-designed productions, such as "Broadway: Starting Here, Starting Now," a revue musical and dance extravaganza, and the charming "Great American Song Factory," with music from the '50s onward.
The ship's orchestra, known as the Navigator Five, also performs in different venues virtually every evening. Along with its Broadway-style productions, Navigator also features headline entertainers on each cruise (we saw an excellent male vocalist from Australia on a Bermuda cruise). At least one gentleman host is aboard each cruise, as dancing is popular with many Navigator passengers. A bridge instructor is also aboard every sailing.
The Navigator Lounge, a convivial cocktail venue, is on Deck 6. The Stars Lounge borders the ship's main theater, making it a perfect spot for pre- or post- dinner (and show) cocktails. The theater also hosts enrichment lectures, guest speakers and cooking demonstrations.
Galileo's, Navigator's top-deck lounge, is typically the most popular public space, with an active bar, newly built circular dance floor and piano. This is lively both before and after dinner, with special entertainment nightly.
Finally, the Vista Lounge does offer namesake views and a quiet place for reading or one of many informal presentations where larger crowds aren't expected. There's not a formal bar here.
Note that the former Connoisseur Club cigar lounge no longer exists on this ship.
Back down on Deck 7, there's a casino with three blackjack tables, a roulette table, a mini-craps table, a Caribbean poker table and 43 slot machines.