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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Seven Seas Navigator to Canada & New England
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sassyw
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Oct 2022
Cabin: Window Suite

We had credits left over from Covid cancelled cruises and decided to see the changing of the leaves on this trip (B/B) from Montreal to Miami. We had been on the Navigator about 11 years ago on a Miami round trip to the Amazon. We heard that it had been refurbished but we found that the ship still creaks and vibrates--so much so it kept us up some nights when the wind was strong and the seas high. It wasn't Regent's fault that there was a lot of bad weather but their other ships handle this much better.

The food was good and the group who played in the observation lounge was excellent. The entertainment was just OK. The lectures were not that interesting. The second part of the B/B had the Great American Songbook and we really enjoyed Christina Andreas and Martin Silvestri.

We have our next Regent cruise on the Splendor in January and expect a better vacation.

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