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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Seven Seas Navigator to South America
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kennicott
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Nov 2012
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

We prefer relatively the smaller expedition capable type ships. Have voyaged now for over 400 nights. Used HAL and Princess until we discovered Regent. No problem with HAL and Princess but Regent is superior in the majority of categories.

This trip was Miami to Miami,13 ports visited, 6 on the Amazon River. Very educational and enjoyable. This is our second cruise on the Navigator and third on Regent. Very good ship for exploration style voyages. Regent has made a few modifications to the ship since they acquired it. All for the better. Some complain of the vibration but it actually isn't bad at all, only in the stern during departures. Regent is the only line we have been on where the smell of sewage on its ships isn't detectable at times in various locations.

The public space per passenger is about the highest in the industry and the ratio of crew to passengers is also on the top of the list.

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Penthouse Suite

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The public space per passenger is about the highest in the industry and the ratio of crew to passengers is also on the top of the list.

We particularly like the cabins. They are very spacious, at least in the deluxe suite and penthouse suite accommodations. A smaller balcony suite has 356 sq. feet of space, compared to slightly over 200 on many other ships. We have had a separate bath and walk in shower in the spacious bathrooms every time. Same goes for the walk in closets which are about as large as standard cabin bathrooms on other lines.

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