Regent Luxury Ships:
Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Navigator
Seven Seas Voyager
Luxury Cruise Destinations:
Regent Port Departures
- Auckland, New Zealand
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Callao /Lima, Peru
- Cape Town, South Africa
- Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
- Copenhagen, Denmark
- Dover, England
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
- Hong Kong, China
- Istanbul, Turkey
- Los Angeles, California
- Madeira (Funchal), Portugal
- Manaus, Brazil
- Monte Carlo, Monaco
- Mumbai (Bombay), India
- Osaka, Japan
- Papeete, French Polynesia
- Piraeus (Athens), Greece
- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- San Francisco, California
- Seward, Alaska
- Shanghai, China
- Singapore, Singapore
- Southampton, England
- Stockholm, Sweden
- Sydney, Australia
- Ushuaia, Argentina
- Vancouver, British Columbia
- Venice, Italy
Europe & the Mediterranean Cruises
Luxury Cruises - Regent Cruise Deals
Regent Seven Seas Navigator
In the six-star tradition of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the Seven Seas Navigator is destined for distinction. Occupying the uppermost niche in cruising, she offers her 490 guests an unusual level of luxury. From her all-suite, all-ocean-view accommodations to her signature cuisine to her superbly attentive staff and peerless service, she has few equals.
In tribute to her name, the Seven Seas Navigator's destination is the navigable world. Within that broad classification we've selected a connoisseur's collection of stimulating journeys to excite the sophisticated traveler.
The Navigator offers opportunities for the actively inquisitive to experience first-hand the joy of discovering what lies at the top of the mountain - or just beyond tomorrow's horizon. On board, a lecture program greatly enhances our guest's understanding of the fascinating lands to be visited. But, in all fairness, perhaps the most satisfying discovery is the voyage itself. Our guests will experience body and soul-satisfying luxury in an atmosphere that seems almost effortlessly accomplished - tastefully expressed and eloquently articulated in a myriad of surprising ways.
Take, for example, your suite (staterooms do not exist on the Seven Seas Navigator). The smallest is an extraordinarily generous 301 square feet while the largest measures an enormous 1,173 square feet (including balcony). Rich damasks and sumptuous silks in the shades of sand, terra-cotta and taupe surround you with eye-pleasing color and body-easing comfort. The soft fabrics are set off by furnishings in warmly finished woods and floors of intricately veined marbles. Each suite boasts a European king-size bed or twin beds, separate living room area, mini-bar stocked with select beverages, walk-in closet, TV/VCR, and bathroom with full tub and separate shower.
All suites have sweeping ocean views and nearly 90% have private balconies. Ten suites are also interconnecting, which, when two are combined, offer a maximum of 1,529 square feet of living space. Your luxurious accommodations are typical of the expansive ambience of the ship. In fact, with a passenger space ratio of 67.3, the Navigator is the most spacious ship on the seven seas.
Glass-walled elevators rise through three decks of airy lounges, shops, clubrooms and restaurants. International Streamline style of the 1930s is very much in evidence, while the luxurious furnishings have the graceful ease and sensuous curves of an Erte drawing. But rather than being dedicated to a particular period, the Seven Seas Navigator is decidedly modern, a ship designed to celebrate the arrival of the 21st century.
Moreover, though the Navigator is the largest of the six-star Regent Seven Seas fleet, it is remarkably personal. Instead of endless corridors of featureless cabin doors, noisy, crowded reception areas and bothersome announcements to interrupt your relaxation, the surroundings are as intimate as a private club, and as individual as you. All is calm and all is quite, befitting the style of a small prestigious hotel serving guests who are more like old friends than simply names with numbers.
Seven Seas Navigator Facts
Date Launched: 07/11/1999
Gross Tons: 33000.0
Length (ft.): 560
Beam (ft.): 81
Passenger Deck:8,br> Stability Rating: Good
Dinner Seatings: 1
Dress Code: Traditional
Room Service: Yes
Tipping: Included in cruise fare.
Outdoor Pools: 1
Indoor Pools: 0
Fitness Center: Yes
Beauty Salon: Yes
Child Program: No
Self-service Laundry: No
Outside Doubles: 36
Inside Doubles: 0
Singles Cabins: 0
Singles Surcharge: 200%
Verandah Cabins: 0
You have the choice of taking advantage of the many activities being offered or just sit back in a lounge chair with your favorite book & relax.
- In the Health Club you can crunch, lift, row, tread, pedal or run until your hearts' content. A personal trainer is on hand to assist you
- Aerobics & Jogging Track
- Navigatory Spa is managed & operated by Judith Jackson, leading aromatherapy practitioner & author of the best seller, The Magic of Well Being, The Spa is the Ultimate Indulgence
- Boutiques with wonderful shopping opportunities from handcrafted gifts, jewlery, scarves, silver & china
- Library complete with computers that have Internet access so you can send & receive e-mail & surf the web
- Card Room
- Two Driving Cages where you can practice your swing & work on your handicap
- 1 Outdoor Pool & 2 Whirlpools
- Videos - great selection of first run movies
- Special Guest Lecturers on each cruise to enhance your understanding of these remarkable destinations
- Bridge Instructors & Dance Hosts
Creating a great dining establishment is no simple task. First, it takes the imagination & creativity of an inspired chef. Add to this a serene setting elegantly designed to welcome diners with an ambience of taste & comfort. And finally, it requires the perseverance, knowledge & tender loving care of a maitre d' & staff who are totally committed to offering only the best to their appreciative clientele.
- Compass Rose Restaurant - offers a single sitting, with an open-seating arrangement, allowing you to dine when & with whom you wish
- Portofino Grill - offers Italian regional specialties on a reservation-only basis at this intimate restaurant
- Room Service (24 hours)
Every evening, in both the Compass Rose Restaurant & the Portofino Grill, a selection of complimentary wines of the world is poured at your table. For those with a taste for rare vintages, our experienced, professional sommelier is available for consultation should you wish to purchase premium wines from our cellar.
The excellent onboard entertainment program includes cabaret-style acts as well as production shows.
- In the two-tiered Seven Seas Lounge, you could believe that you'd stepped into a sophisticated 1930's nightclub
- Watch the spectacular moon-spangled views from the Vista Lounge, a casual meeting place high above the ship
- Singing by the piano in Galileo's
- The Casino, an exciting venue where today's explorers can take a few chances at any number of games
- In the Connoisseur Club, guests can enjoy a martini & a cigar, & discover a welcoming enclave of quietly tasteful civility removed from earthly cares
- Navigator Lounge - a quiet lounge where you can relax with a drink
- Dancing to the latest DJ selections in the Stars Lounge.
What's Included In The Price Of A Cruise?
There are cruise vacations to suit every budget, from the cost-conscious to the most luxurious. Even more important, a cruise offers the best travel value for your money, because almost everything is included in the upfront price. Your fare includes:
Regent Seven Seas cruise fares include all onboard gratuities; complimentary beverages including select wines and spirits served throughout the ship; complimentary 24-hour room service menu; complimentary in-suite dining including selections from the main dining room during dinner hours; in-suite refrigerator replenished daily with soft drinks, beer and bottled water; Butler service in Category B suites and above; in-suite bar setup in Butler suites; choice of multiple open-seating dining venues; iPod' music system in all Butler suites (Bose', speakers in top three suite categories); WiFi hotspots; in-suite movie channels and DVDs; 1:1.6 crew per guest ratio - among the highest at sea; spacious, all oceanview suites and staterooms, most with balconies; space ratios from 60 to 71.5 - among the highest at sea; and self-service launderettes (excluding Paul Gauguin and Explorer II).