Seven Seas Navigator Cruise Review by cruise1000000
- Sail Date: June 2018
- Destination: Transatlantic
The ship is old and is poorly maintained; lots of rust,scuff marks,stained carpets,faded wood on the decks.The vibration in the cabins is constant and unbelievable like sleeping on top of a freight train.
The food is on par with Hometown buffet.Ar breakfast the hot foods were covered in grease.No fresh yogurt or berries.There are few choices for food on the ship with restrictive hours.The room service took forever and was poor quality.
For dinner you are forced to dress up and go the main dining room so you don’t starve and you see fed like warm mediocre food.
Most of the senior patrons don’t seem to mind or notice.We have been on about 29 cruises and this is by far the worst.
There was bad weather last night and many cabins and hallways leaked and were inundated with water.Ernember this is an old ship.
There is virtually no entertainment or enrichment programs and at the moment the pool and jacuzzi ms are drained with a full day at sea.The days entertainment choice a movie in the theater?
The staff are very nice and well trained for the most part but they have very little to work with.
I would stick with Silversea,Viking and Seabourn if you wish to experience a luxury cruise.
Give these guys a miss unless you like bad food and old ships and a vibrating cabin where you can’t sleep.
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