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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Seven Seas Navigator to South America
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2022

Navigator is the oldest and smallest of the RSS fleet. Being so small meant it could sail on the Amazon, although we were stuck on a sandbank for several hours.

On deck there is a very small pool, with no easy access, two jacuzzi and steamroom on 11 floor.. Pool side loungers in the shade were insufficient and the walking running track was limited

The ships facilities are tired, only one specialist bookable restaurant.

Cabin Review

A penthouse suite...comfortable bed, large ensuite with bath and small shower. Good choice of shampoos etc. Fridge stocked with individual preferences, fresh fruit daily and canapés. Butler was helpful as was cabin steward

Balcony tiny, limited room for two chairs and small table, not room to recline

Small sitting area with sofa, and TV. Choice of films available, many Americian

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