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Seven Seas Navigator Review

Regent quality has really tanked

Review for Hawaii Cruise on Seven Seas Navigator
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Dec 2017
Cabin: Master Suite

The Ship: The hull started life as a Russian satellite tracking ship. It's beginning to show its former self. There was a lot of rust and despite a refit a few years ago, it's looking old. A metal flashing came off a stair when I walked up an exterior stair. I moved it out of the way so no-one would trip over it and reported it to the crew. It was still there at the end of the cruise.

The cruise had ~360 passengers on board of a capacity of 500. The crew said it felt empty. I can't imagine another 140 passengers on the ship. The common areas were crowded in the evenings with 360 passengers and the dining rooms were quite busy.

The Food: The food was mediocre and very rich. There was a sameness to the food that got boring quite fast. It was hard to get a simple, good salad. Most things had a heavy sauce. Considering the average age of the passengers, it seemed like the cooks were trying to kill off their clientele with cream and salt. Much of the food was bland, other than the salt. The wait staff was excellent and remembered preferences. They tend to push the wine of the day, but you could ask for a different wine. There were premium wines available for an additional fee.

Response from JanayF, Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Thank you for your feedback regarding your recent cruise aboard Seven Seas Navigator. While we are disappointed to hear this cruise did not meet your expectations, we appreciate you taking...

Cabin Review

Master Suite

The bath in the cabin had loose fixtures. The bathtub faucet handle came off in my hands when turned on. The cushions from the deck chairs were brought in every day for us to trip over in the cabin.

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