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Overview...........................................................Page One

Pools, Spa, and Outdoor Facilities.....................
Page Two

Shops, and Other Public Areas..........................Page Three

Bars, Lounges, Nighttime Entertainment.............Page Four

Dining.................................................................Page Five

Exterior Photos...................................................Profile Page
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even Seas Navigator did not start out to be a cruise ship.  
When she was begun in a shipyard in St. Petersburg, Russia in
the 1990s, the intent was to build an exploration ship for the
Ukraine.  However, by the time the hull was finished, the
prospective purchaser was no longer interested in the project.  
The hull was instead purchased by V-ships who towed the
incomplete ship to Italy, where she was transformed into a
cruise ship.

The ship was transformed not just into any cruise ship but into
a luxury cruise ship - - one that has competed successfully in
the luxury/ultra-luxury segment of the cruise industry for more
than a decade.  She also competes with the upper cabin
categories on the large premium segment ships.

Her style is traditional luxury.  There has been extensive use of
dark wood paneling, leather and quality furnishings.  Overall,
the decor is understated richness - - there is no shock and awe,
no spectacle.

Regent prides itself on its service.  The food quality and
presentation are excellent.  In addition, Navigator offers a
choice of a number of dining venues as on much larger ships.

The cruise fare on Seven Seas Navigator includes not just a
selection of wines and premium spirits but also such things as
shore excursions, round-trip airfare, a hotel stay, ground
transfers and onboard gratuities.

Navigator's spa is operated by the renown luxury spa Canyon
Ranch.

Seven Seas Navigator's itineraries tend to be port-intensive.  
She cruises Alaska, the Panama Canal, the Caribbean,
Bermuda, and Canada/New England.     

 
Contrasting with the traditional style
found elsewhere on the ship, Navigator
has a high tech atrium with glass
elevators.
At the center of the ship is a circular lobby.  It has
wood-paneled walls, a marble floor and a ceiling
that combines the lighting with design.  Here you
will find: The
Reception Desk
(above); the Destination Services Desk (right)
and the
Concierge Desk (below).  
Navigator is an "all-suites"
ship.  Her staterooms are large
and 90 percent of them have a
balcony.  There are no inside
cabins.  
The ship's art collection is consistent with the
traditional elegance of  Navigator's understated decor.
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