This cruise went from Barcelona to Dubai. We stopped at so many wonderful ports and checked off many things from our bucket list that this just may be the best cruise we will ever take.
Seven Seas Navigator: This ship holds about 660 passengers. Although that is small for a ship today, the Navigator’s amenities seemed more than adequate compared to larger ships. It has two specialty restaurants (steakhouse and French) in addition to the standard dining room. There is also a top deck aft buffet which becomes an Italian restaurant for dinner with waiters and a menu. There is a large, comfortable showroom, a casino, library, internet café, coffee and snack corner, card room and several lounges. Outdoors offers a pool and two hot tubs, a golf driving cage, paddle tennis, croquet/bocce court, a 5-hole mini golf course and shuffleboard.
Cabins: Our cruise began November 6, 2016 and the ship had just come out of a 3+ week renovation. Nearly everything in the cabins and public areas was brand new. We had a mid-range cabin, suite 760. The marble bathroom was spacious with counter space shelves, a tub and a separate shower. I loved the walk-in closet with a safe, shelve area, drawers and plenty of hanging area and thoughtfully included four padded hangers for formal wear. My only complaint was that the small dressing table with a padded stool was basically unusable since the drawer open no more than 5”. The stool was too low to use and it was all too close to the bed. I found the desk opposite the couch to be much more practical. Our two stewards were excellent and always asking if we needed anything – wine, beer, etc. added to our refrigerator.