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In tribute to her name, the Seven Seas Navigator's destination is the navigable world. Within that broad classification we've selected a connoisseur's collection of stimulating journeys to excite the sophisticated traveler.
The Navigator offers opportunities for the actively inquisitive to experience first-hand the joy of discovering what lies at the top of the mountain - or just beyond tomorrow's horizon. On board, a lecture program greatly enhances our guest's understanding of the fascinating lands to be visited. But, in all fairness, perhaps the most satisfying discovery is the voyage itself. Our guests will experience body and soul-satisfying luxury in an atmosphere that seems almost effortlessly accomplished - tastefully expressed and eloquently articulated in a myriad of surprising ways.
Take, for example, your suite (staterooms do not exist on the Seven Seas Navigator). The smallest is an extraordinarily generous 301 square feet while the largest measures an enormous 1,173 square feet (including balcony). Rich damasks and sumptuous silks in the shades of sand, terra-cotta and taupe surround you with eye-pleasing color and body-easing comfort. The soft fabrics are set off by furnishings in warmly finished woods and floors of intricately veined marbles. Each suite boasts a European king-size bed or twin beds, separate living room area, mini-bar stocked with select beverages, walk-in closet, TV/VCR, and bathroom with full tub and separate shower.
All suites have sweeping ocean views and nearly 90% have private balconies. Ten suites are also interconnecting, which, when two are combined, offer a maximum of 1,529 square feet of living space. Your luxurious accommodations are typical of the expansive ambience of the ship. In fact, with a passenger space ratio of 67.3, the Navigator is the most spacious ship on the seven seas.
Glass-walled elevators rise through three decks of airy lounges, shops, clubrooms and restaurants. International Streamline style of the 1930s is very much in evidence, while the luxurious furnishings have the graceful ease and sensuous curves of an Erte drawing. But rather than being dedicated to a particular period, the Seven Seas Navigator is decidedly modern, a ship designed to celebrate the arrival of the 21st century.
Moreover, though the Navigator is the largest of the six-star Regent Seven Seas fleet, it is remarkably personal. Instead of endless corridors of featureless cabin doors, noisy, crowded reception areas and bothersome announcements to interrupt your relaxation, the surroundings are as intimate as a private club, and as individual as you. All is calm and all is quite, befitting the style of a small prestigious hotel serving guests who are more like old friends than simply names with numbers.