Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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A great cruise but could of been better

Review for the Eastern Mediterranean Cruise on Seven Seas Navigator
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Sail Date: Oct 2023
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

We have recently returned from a 10 night cruise on Regent Seven Seas Navigator (450 pax). We are a Brit/Dutch couple aged 53/60 and have sailed with various other cruise lines, several times, but this was our first time on Regent. Last year, we tried Oceania Marina for the first time and wanted to compare the two as they are sister companies. We’ve had a great cruise but we still (currently) prefer Oceania.

We started off in Malta, arriving a couple of days before. Not long enough to truly explore but we fell in love with the place and will definitely return for a longer stay. Our hotel, La Falconeria, was centrally located in Valletta and was very quiet, clean and comfortable. The staff were very friendly and recommended an amazing restaurant called One80, a 5 min walk from the hotel.

Embarkation was very quick and easy. You don’t enter the ship through a conventional terminal but by walking through a quaint tunnel that runs under a nearby road and then you check in onboard at the Star Bar with a glass of bubbles in your hand. We then went for lunch in La Veranda whilst we waited for our cabin to be ready.

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Deluxe Suite

We had a deluxe window suite which was lovely. The largest cabin we have ever had and we didn't miss the balcony apart from not having any fresh air. the bathroom was huge, if a little dated, and there was a walk-in wardrobe with lots of hangers and drawers.

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