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Regent Seven Seas Navigator emerges from makeover…

Posted on 05 June 2012

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Seven Seas Navigator.
One of luxury line Regent Seven Seas’ three vessels has emerged from a two-week overhaul in dry dock that included the revamping of top suites.


The 490-passenger Seven Seas Navigator also now boasts a new Italian restaurant at night in La Veranda, the space that by day serves as the ship’s breakfast and lunch buffet venue. It’ll offer an extensive menu of antipasti and Italian specialty dishes available from a buffet or cooked to order, the line says.


The 12-year-old Navigator’s eight Grand Suites and Master Suites received a top-to-bottom makeover that includes new built-in cabinetry; custom-crafted furnishings; headboards and bedding; balcony furniture; plush carpeting and designer accessories. Smaller Navigator Suites will be refreshed with new carpeting and wall coverings.


The cabin upgrades also include the addition of illy coffeemakers and other enhanced amenities to Concierge Level suites and other top suites. The upgrades come as the line prepares to roll out new perks for passengers in top suites on the ship, including priority shore excursion and restaurant reservations.


Additional public room enhancements during the dry dock included the enlarging of Prime 7, the Navigator’s modern American-style steakhouse; the updating of the Galileo Lounge; and the updating of saunas at the ship’s Canyon Ranch SpaClub. The teak-covered pool area on Deck 10 had its flooring renewed.


Seven Seas Navigator will spend the summer sailing in Alaska.

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