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Seven Seas Navigator Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Seven Seas Navigator to British Columbia
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Trudyrand
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2011
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

This was our 4th Regent cruise and it was as we expected. The food choices were excellent and the food quite good although we detected a slight reduction in the availability of higher price food items; no doubt a result of higher food costs, generally. The liquor selections are top shelf and the house wines were very well selected. The wine stewards could be a bit on the snotty side, however.

Staff is friendly and most are more than capable with a few clearly in the "training" stage. Our housekeeper, Janice, was a delight and remembered out names every time we saw her. The rooms are always spacious; yes, there were some creaks but the interiors are mostly wood and the creaks were certainly not constant, nor annoying. (We creak, too!)

Our cruise had a good mix from multi-generational families with children to young couples to middle-aged to older folks. The library is well-stocked and the casino is active (when open).

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