Juanda and I both enjoyed the Seven Seas Navigator spa. With several sea days, everyone had a chance to get an appointment without having to sacrifice time ashore. Many of the other passengers made trips to the spa for massages or other treatments. We have wonderful day spas near our home, but I can never seem to find the time to go.
Let's take a look at two of the highlights of the Seven Seas Navigator--the suites and the dining.
Regent put a lot of effort into having exceptional accommodations on the Seven Seas Navigator. With 24-hour room service, some passengers may want to never leave their suites! All 251 of the cabins on the Seven Seas Navigator are suites, and over 90 percent have balconies. We were in cabin 1018, a "standard" balcony suite, and at 301 square feet (plus an additional 55 square foot balcony) it was quite spacious for two people, with
a large walk-in closet with safe (plenty of room for two "clothes-horse" women),
separate sitting area with sofa, two chairs and a small table,
vanity/dressing table and lighted mirror,
queen or twin beds with two night stands, reading lights, and sumptuous linens,
small refrigerator and minibar with premium liquor setup,
TV and VCR,
desk and credenza with plug-in for recharging computer or camera battery,
large bathroom with separate shower and tub,
balcony with two deck chairs and a small table.
The standard window suites were identical to ours, except they did not have the balcony. The Seven Seas Navigator also has more spacious suites, ranging from 495 square feet to almost 1,200 square feet. The Navigator has four wheelchair-accessible suites with wider doors and larger bathrooms. I think most cruise lovers would be quite happy with any of the suites on the Seven Seas Navigator. In fact, the standard suites would qualify as premium or luxury on most other lines. All of the standard suites are identical; the price varies with the location. We felt very decadent as we enjoyed room service breakfast almost every morning and canapés or snacks every afternoon.
The biggest difference between the Seven Seas Navigator suites and the Seven Seas Mariner suites is the wonderful separate shower on the Navigator. Many of the suites on the Mariner have a tub/shower combination, which is fine for most people, but those with mobility problems might have a little difficulty climbing in and out of the tub/shower. Fortunately, the newer Seven Seas Voyager has a bathroom configured like the Navigator, with a separate tub and shower.
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