Seven Seas Navigator Review

Tahiti is wonderful

Review for the South Pacific Cruise on Seven Seas Navigator
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First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2024
Traveled with children
Aquasafari was fun
Water was clear and beautiful with an amazing arrays of blue
Snorkeling with the sharks
On deck BBQ had every kind of food imaginable
Hilton Tahiti was the pre-cruise hotel option
Balcony for Penthouse suite
Greetings at almost every port
Lots of fish
Stingrays swim by at Matira beach in Bora Bora. Harmless but don't step on them

Overall a great experience. Lost Moorea due to weather and Nuku Hiva was a waste of fuel. Should have added more time in Bora Bora. Ship is old but kept up pretty nicely. Air conditioning worked perfectly. Crew is great led by Ray, cruise director, who was everywhere.

Boarding: This was a mess with a long line as everyone seemed to board at the same time. Conversely, the disembarkment was well run, very smooth, and the best I have experienced in my considerable cruising experience.

Had the Penthouse Suite which was very nice with a small balcony but big enough for two and a table. Lots of hooks for things. Walk in closet was great. Shower was superb with great water pressure. Bed was a little soft for me but okay. Several electrical outlets but used adapter so I could use both the 2 prong European plug and the USA variety. Laundry is the best...used several times and is included. We had a pre-cruise so this was a needed benefit. Wifi was adequate using the included bundle. No need to upgrade unless you do a lot of streaming. They will pre-stock your bar with whatever liquor you want but we never used. Canapés delivered every night. Butler is handy. Room service was fine.

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