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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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276 reviews
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New York to Montreal on Seven Seas Navigator

Review for Seven Seas Navigator to Canada & New England
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mhcarter
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2018
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

The destinations and season were both of interest to my wife and myself. Since it's a small ship (490 passengers) entertainment is constrained. The performers did a good job in a small space. The ports were good and some are only accessible by small ships.

The food was excellent, fresh, tasty and served efficiently. Beverages were included as usual with Regent with a good selection and they were well prepared. The pre-cruise hotel was top of the line and in a good location. We were able to walk to the theater for Hamilton. Transfers between airports and hotel were comfortable and well managed. We missed one scheduled port due to rough seas. Even though it's a small ship it is very seaworthy.

The staff were both friendly and efficient. It was quick and easy to get to shore when tied up a the dock and when tenders were used. High quality as usual with Regent!

Cabin Review

Deluxe Suite

Very comfortable cabin. Bathroom was roomy and toiletries were upscale.

Port Reviews

New York (Manhattan)

Hotel convenient to Broadway.

Boston

Not a port of call!

Bar Harbor

Good tour.

Sydney (Nova Scotia)

Skipped port due to rough seas.

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