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Seven Seas Navigator Review

Beyond Disappointed!

Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Seven Seas Navigator
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2023
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

This was our first time on Regent and it will be our last. The original cruise that we wanted filled up, so we chose this cruise based on Regent's reputation for being an "ultra Luxury" cruise line and we like the smaller ships.

The Navigator: This ship was built in the early 1990's. It's loud and vibrates 24/7. I assume from the age, that it doesn't have the newest technology as far as stabilization. Even the smallest of swells are felt onboard, so much so that the water in the bathtub was sloshing all over. The decor and facilities are outdated and tired. The entire layout is broken up and not easy to navigate.

Our suite: Penthouse A. This suite was at the top end of Regents suite categories and price point. The suite was no larger than the much cheaper veranda suite. The veranda is so small that you need to move a chair in order to open the door.

Cabin Review

Penthouse Suite

Penthouse A. Exact same size as the much cheaper veranda suite. Plumbing was very slow. Tiny bathtub and small veranda.

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