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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
Editor Rating
290 reviews
27 Awards

Wonderful food, great service, insufficient dance and band facilities.

Review for Seven Seas Navigator to Canada & New England
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jul 2017
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

We chose this cruise because we were tired of being nickeled and dimed to death with other cruise lines & the Itinerary was one we had not experienced before, in addition my sister-in-law recently lost her husband and we invited her to join us.

We went to some very nice ports and a few ugly ports... Guatemala and Ecuador.

I have to say that this was a very enjoyable cruise except for the lack of bands and dancing facilities. For some reason the last time they rebuilt the ship some idiot decided that two poles in the middle of the only small dance floor on the ship was a good idea. Whenever more than three couples got on the floor it was impossible to move around. Also there is only one musical band on the ship. That means that there is zero dancing anywhere on the ship whenever the band is required for accompanying any performer of the production staff and dancers. This is ridiculous and cheap for a cruise company that makes a big deal out of being all inclusive.

Cabin Review

Penthouse Suite

Cabin B

Way too small for 3 persons when the pull out bed is made up. For 2 persons this suite would have been fabulous. Adding a third, although advertised as adequate, is a failure on the part of the cruise line. For 2 people my rating changes to excellent.

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