Seven Seas Navigator Review

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Sail Date: Jan 2023

We have done several Regent Seven Seas cruise but this was the first on their oldest and smallest ship. Other reviews on the ship have not always been favourable but we found the ship in very good condition and the facilities and service levels fully up to previous Regent standards. - and really liked the small number of passengers (490). We had a suite in the rear, and the ship does vibrate a bit when at speed and when docking, but it certainly didn’t stop us sleeping, particularly as we rarely docked very early.

One disappointing thing was the return of the traditional muster drill (after we had already watched their video) where we all had to sit in the theatre and then go out on deck to look at the lifeboats - it was not well-organised. We had hoped that Covid had got rid of this as we didn’t really want to stand close together with all the other passengers. One good thing though, was the demise of the block party.

Our suite attendants were excellent as was the food - as expected, and the opportunity to have breakfast, lunch and the occasional dinner outside on the deck behind La Veranda/Sette Mari was a real bonus for us. There is only one specialty restaurant, Prime 7, which was fine food wise, perhaps a bit densely seated for us, and it is really only a sectioned off area of Sette Mari. The pool grill is not very good compared with the other ships (salads in direct sunlight are very off putting). We passed on their grand evening deck buffet as we really don’t like them but it did appear popular.

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