Seven Seas Navigator Completes Renovation

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 490-guest, all-suite Seven Seas Navigator emerged from dry-dock, announced Mark Conroy, the line’s president. The renovation includes the complete redecoration of the ship’s eight Grand Suites and Master Suites and the debut of Sette Mari at La Veranda, an Italian dining experience offering both buffet and a la carte service.

Renovation of the ship’s Grand Suites and Master Suites includes new built-in cabinetry, custom-crafted furnishings including new headboards and bedding, balcony furniture, plush carpeting, designer accessories and original art. All Navigator Suites have been refreshed with plush carpeting, wall coverings, new dining tables and outdoor furniture.

Rolling out on May 30 are a range of new perks and privileges for concierge-level and above suites that include priority shore excursion and restaurant reservations and new and enhanced amenities such as illy coffeemakers. New concierge-level amenities and perks are also available fleet wide on Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager. All suites aboard Seven Seas Navigator have been outfitted with new teak on the ship’s balconies for added luxury and comfort.

The ship’s breakfast and lunch buffet venue, La Veranda, has been repurposed to create Sette Mari at La Veranda by offering a menu of authentic antipasti and Italian specialty dishes available from the buffet and also ordered al momento (cooked to order). Al fresco dining is also available so guests can dine under the stars.

Prime 7, the ship’s modern American-style steakhouse, has also been enlarged to accommodate 70 guests and features a new contemporary sculpture at its entrance. The Galileo Lounge has also been renewed and redecorated.

Seven Seas Navigator emerged from dry-dock on May 30, 2012, with a seven-night voyage from Vancouver to Seward, Alaska.

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