Regent Seven Seas Navigator
The Seven Seas Navigator launched in 1999 and offers the highest levels of service to her 490 guests. All accommodation is in ocean view suites with lavish marble bathrooms, while there are two fine restaurants as well as the more casual Pool Grill.
Food and Drink
- 2 x Bars
- Poolside Grill
- 2 x Restaurants
- Card Room
- 1 x Outdoor Pools
- Beauty Salon
- 2 x Whirlpools
Compass Rose is Seven Seas Navigator’s main restaurant and serves the very best continental cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The spacious restaurant, although large, has a feeling of intimacy thanks to the etched glass partitions and most tables are situated by a window.
This casual restaurant serves up elaborate breakfast and lunch buffets, featuring authentic Italian specialities, live music and pre-dinner antipasti and wines. Reservations are required for dinner.
If you prefer to dine in your suite, take advantage of this complimentary service by ordering selections from the chef’s nightly menu - available during normal dining hours. The room service menu is available at all hours.
The Casino on Deck 7 is open every day when the ship is at sea and not restricted by territorial border limits. It’s the perfect setting to try your luck at blackjack, roulette, stud poker, mini-craps and slot machines.
The nine-piece Regent Signature Orchestra play alongside an exciting range of productions in the lavish two-tiered lounge. Shows include cabaret revues, feature productions, showcases of Latin, swing, waltz and other dances by professional ballroom performers, as well as special programmes like Beatles Night.
There are a number of bars throughout the Seven Seas Navigator so you can enjoy singing alongside the piano at Galileo’s or dancing to the DJ’s tunes in the Stars Lounge. The Navigator Lounge is the perfect place for that pre-dinner cocktail, while the Connoisseur Club provides the comfortable leather chairs needed to fully enjoy that hand-rolled cigar.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises provide both 6-star luxury cruising and a new perspective and refreshed insight into their ports of call. Special guests often sail on a cruise to take part in various events, the most popular of which tend to be lectures on a range of subjects by the world’s experts.
Distinguished chefs create their signature dishes and teach guests their own secret cookery techniques. Meanwhile other guest sip and savour wines and spirits from around the world in tasting sessions. Classes include Spotlight on Chocolate, Spotlight on Food, Spotlight on Spirits and Spotlight on Wine.
Explore the arts by way of special guest lectures on art and photography, cabaret and opera performances and dance classes accompanied by live music. Events include Sptlight on Art, Spotlight on Cabaret, Spotlight on Dance, Spotlight on Music and Spotlight on Photography.
These exclusive cruises concentrate on learning about and exploring the world - studying up on the environment, on rare and unique locations on the planet and even on places in the stars beyond. Included programmes are Spotlight on Discovery, Spotlight on Public Television at Sea, Spotlight on History and Spotlight on Golf.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises extend their enrichment to include guests travelling with children and are also able to arrange special dinners, celebrations or events for families enjoying reunions.
Onboard Seven Seas Navigator, aside from the usual entertainment, you can also take part in complimentary enrichment programmes led by guest experts and bridge instruction - learning how to play a better card game, rather than steer the vessel.
There’s also an internet café in which you can keep up with the latest news and check your emails. Introductory computer lessons are held for the less tech-savvy and those good with gadgets will find wireless web access throughout the ship.
Interactive activities are also held for children, in three distinct age groups, organised by enthusiastic youth counsellors. Finally, you’ll also find art auctions and a library well stocked with books, DVDs and games. And if you run out of camera film on which to capture these dreamy days, just head for the Photo Shop.