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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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276 reviews
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Help! I think Andy Griffith's ghost is haunting my bathroom!

Review for Seven Seas Navigator to the USA
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Sparkle144
10+ Cruises • Age 90s

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Sail Date: Nov 2012
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DW (Dear wife, for the uninitiated( and I are retired Seniors living in S.Fl. This was our 43rd voyage; we had been wanting to try the Regent line but it had not been convenient before, so when we found they were to move its home port to Miami, we decided to "sign on".

We booked through our local agent, and were glad we did. (I have never remarked to any degree on an agent before as felt it might be considered a personal plug, but have to remove that precedent here) There were several problems with this booking, not the fault of the line but a very complicated situation emerged. Our agent and her parent company alike (surfturftravel@aol.com) performed heroically to solve the several problems, spending a great amount of time and energy and kept in touch admirably, keeping us apprised of progress, as, frankly, the entire issue was more than a little "iffy" at certain points.

We arrived at the port by private transportation and found check-in uncrowded and well handled. The area used by Regent (it was their first sailing from Miami) is or was (?) the facility used by Oceania and could not be more convenient, being the first terminal as you enter the port, so traffic and congestion were relatively non-existent.

Cabin Review

Cabin S

Cabin 618, oceanview.

Good location, outstanding storage.

Three phones, four mirrors.

Three hundred plus sq.ft., large for its class.

Beautifully done and thought out.

Outstanding bathroom storage as well, for toiletries and many extra touches.

Walk in closet highly appreciated.

Doorbell, no need to knock on door.

Fresh orchid spray, champagne and fruit basket on arrival. Minibar fully complimentary.

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