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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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293 reviews
26 Awards

6 star price, 3star ship, food, service

Review for Seven Seas Navigator to the Eastern Caribbean
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John clark
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Dec 2015
Cabin: Navigator Suite

How dare this ship class it's self as 6 star. The first hotel Regency put us prior to embarking the ship was. the Hyatt in Miami, I would not put my dog in there. We where left on the curb side for 3 hours while the luggage was being put on coaches, nobody had a clue what was going on including the Rep.

We got on the ship eventually, disappointing , stained carpets, a burger for lunch, red wine served in tumblers, a cup of tea was a cup of boiled water with a teabag on the side. The staff left here smiles in the Phillopines I assume. Coffee tasted dreadful. Food was ok some days, not good good others. No drop of at St, Barts, why God knows, the weather was perfect, the rest of the Caribbean was dirty.

I decided to log a complaint early on in the trip, to garentee a response before disembarking,

Cabin Review

Navigator Suite

Housekeeping was good, considering what they had to work with, filthy carparts, stained bathroom.

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