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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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275 reviews
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Review for Seven Seas Navigator to Bermuda
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Missymssy
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: May 2017
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

This was my very first time cruising, so i didn't know what to expect. I am 49, and I took my 19 year old niece. Obviosly youngest on Regent. While we enjoyed dressing up for dinner a few times, we didn't like feeling obligated to. Well, if you want to leave cabin that is...

We had the first night at hotel in Miami. That was extremely disorganized. Even though Regent knew of an embarkation time change weeks before and notified me, they aparently didnt tell anyone at the hotel. Or the staff just didnt know. The Epic hotel, imo, was a complete disaster. On the plus side, transport both from airport and from hotel to port was great. Very organized.

The ship itself definitely not worth the amount we paid. I did read other reviews prior, so perhaps Navigator isn"t a fair representation of Regent. If not, it should be much cheaper than the other 3 in Regent's fleet. Since it was nicely refurbished, it looked really great. But old. There was a lot of vibration and noise! I dont think all elevators were working simultaneously at any time the entire cruise. So you can imagine the wait times! And they actually use this ship for world cruises? I had my fill after only 11 nights. Definitely not a luxury experience.

Cabin Review

Deluxe Suite

Cabin E

Nicely refurbished. More than enough storage. Loved the shower plus tub!

Port Reviews

Miami

While we didn't really book an excursion, we did take advantage of the Hop on/Hop off bus tour provided by Regent on disembarkation day. This was an unexpected treat. We both enjoyed it.

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