Miami to Rio De Janeiro Cruise
|2||Atlantic Ocean Cruising|
|3||Bahamian Waters Cruising|
|5||Basseterre, St Kitts/Nevis|
|8||Atlantic Ocean Cruising|
|10||Atlantic Ocean Cruising|
|11||Atlantic Ocean Cruising|
|16||Salvador De Bahia|
|17||Cruise the Coast of Brazil|
|19||Rio De Janeiro|
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|Seven Seas Navigator|
Built in 1999, Seven Seas Navigator is a 490-guest ultra-luxury cruise ship offering a range of itineraries in many of the world’s best cruise destinations, including the Mediterranean, South America, the Caribbean and Australasia.
Seven Seas Navigator is the ideal choice of ship if you are seeking a truly all-inclusive cruise experience. As is customary with Regent Seven Seas, when you book a voyage on Seven Seas Navigator, your cruise fare will include return flights, overseas transfers, free excursions, unlimited alcoholic beverages, WIFI, gratuities and dining in the ship’s speciality restaurants.
Seven Seas Navigator Accommodation
Seven Seas Navigator is an all-suite ship, with 90% of the accommodation benefiting from a spacious private balcony. There are seven categories of suite available, all of which are tastefully decorated and offer ample space for relaxing during a cruise.
The suite categories on Seven Seas Navigator are as follows:
The suites on Seven Seas Navigator boast a walk-in wardrobe, king or twin-size beds, a mini-bar, vanity desk and a separate seating area. The ensuite bathroom facilities feature a full-size bathtub as well as an enclosed shower and are stocked with complimentary shower gels and moisturisers. The largest suites – Navigator, Grand and Master – have separate bedrooms which allow for more living space.
Seven Seas Navigator Dining & Restaurants
A choice of five different restaurants and eateries means that dining on Seven Seas Navigator is a real treat. The ships main dining venue, Compass Rose, is open for lunch and dinner and can seat up to 384-guests. Here, the menu changes frequently but always offers a mouthwatering range of options. At lunch, you can enjoy sample dishes from each of the ship’s speciality restaurants, while the evening menu features a mixture of meat, fish and vegetarian options guaranteed to please almost any palette (dietary requirements are, of course, always catered for).
For breakfast, La Veranda is open early and combines cold buffet fare such as danishes, cereal and fresh fruit with hot items including crispy bacon, sausages, hash browns and oatmeal - you can also enjoy omelettes freshly made at the live cooking station. La Veranda is open during lunchtimes should you be seeking an alternative to what is on offer in Compass Rose.
Those seeking a more informal option for lunch or dinner should head to the Pool Grill, which offers open-air dining and grilled-to-order burgers, hot dogs and other light bites.
Seven Seas Navigator – Speciality Restaurants:
Seven Seas Navigator Entertainment & Facilities
Despite her relatively small size, Seven Seas Navigator offers plenty for guests to do during lazy sea days. The pool deck area is exceptionally spacious; boasting a mid-size swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers and under-shade seating. It’s a great place to relax with a good book and there are more than enough spots away from the crowd if you are in search of somewhere quiet but still wish to enjoy the sunshine.
There is also a fantastic onboard programme of guests speakers on many voyages, which means you can learn about a fascinating range of topics while you cruise. Bridge enthusiasts will love the Card Room, while those wishing to keep in tip-top shape will find plenty of ways to pass the time in the fitness suite.
For the ultimate indulgence, Seven Seas Navigator’s Serene Spa & Wellness promises to relax and reinvigorate with a tantalising menu of massages and exclusive treatments. The spa area underwent a dramatic make-over during the ship’s 2019 refurbishment and is now rightfully regarded as one of the best-at-sea.
During the evening, guests are free to enjoy one of Seven Seas Navigator’s many entertainment venues and lounges. For cabaret performances and musical revues, the Seven Seas Lounge offers tiered seating and an intimate theatre-style environment, while Galileo’s is a great spot for sipping an after-dinner cocktail and listening to the ship’s resident musicians.
Other facilities on Seven Seas Navigator include:
For further information regarding Seven Seas Navigator, please call our Voyage Consultants on 0800 008 6677 or make an online enquiry for one of the sailings below.
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