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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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276 reviews
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The Navigator Crew Go Way Out Of Their Way To Accommodate The Passengers,

Review for Seven Seas Navigator to Africa
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2016
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

We have traveled extensively on Silversea and Regent. This was our 6th cruise on the Navigator after cruising on the Voyager for 7 cruises. I have waited a couple of months before writing this review... and wanted to read some of the other current reviews.

I have observed that some passengers are just plain rude. They complain all day and nothing a crew member can do is good enough. They think that because they paid lots of money for the cruise, their feet should be kissed. Yes, I am sure not everything has gone well on all cruises..we to have had a flooded room, no air conditioning and missed ports for what seemed no reason at all-except for Regent to save money on docking and tours.

There are many passengers from lots of different countries that have different customs. We noticed that some passengers after a wonderful 8 hour tour tip the tour guide and bus driver one dollar...if anything at all. These passengers in my opinion should stay at home..AND these passengers are ALWAYS the ones who will not stop asking the tour guide stupid questions and will not shut up..for 8 hours!

Cabin Review

Penthouse Suite

Cabin B

At the time that the Navigator was refurbished, Regent made the terrible mistake of removing MOST of the built in cabinets and drawers in the suite. Why would they do something so stupid.. obviously the Italian company that managed the refurbishment had never spent a night in any one of the rooms. There is now a major problem finding storage.

It is obvious that this was done to make the room look bigger... So now the room looks bigger with no storage space!

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