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Seven Seas Navigator

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Fort Lauderdale-based Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, resulting from 1994’s merger of Seven Seas Cruises and Radisson Cruises, is part of Carlson Hospitality Worldwide of Carlson Companies, Inc., one of America’s largest privately-owned corporations. With 2003’s debut of Seven Seas Voyager, RSSC’s newest all-suite, all-balcony ship, the line’s fleet of six-star vessels has reached nearly 3,000 luxury berths. Radisson’s small to mid-size ships also include Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator, the twin-hulled Radisson Diamond, the yacht-like Song of Flower (sold and set to leave the fleet in October, 2004) and Paul Gauguin, dedicated to sailing the South Pacific. RSSC sails to more than 300 ports on six continents, including Antarctica, with vessels designed for guests numbering in hundreds, not thousands. Upscale, “but not uptight” is how the line describes onboard ambiance. RSSC is the first cruise line to enjoy membership in the Guild of English Butlers.

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All-suite, 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator debuted in 1999 and features all ocean-view suites (90 percent with private balconies), plus fine dining options, generous space-per-guest ratios and a Judith Jackson Sea Spa. In the six-star tradition of Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, the Seven Seas Navigator is destined for distinction. Occupying the uppermost niche in cruising, she offers her 490 guests an unusual level of luxury and some of the highest space and service ratios at sea. From her all-suite, all-ocean-view accommodations with their luxurious marble baths to her signature cuisine to her superbly attentive staff, she has few equals. The all-suite Radisson Navigator has garnered a contingent of loyalists among cruisers seeking larger ship amenities with the intimacy of a smaller ship. Heavy vibration, evident during initial sailings, has been smoothed out for the most part, allowing guests to luxuriate amid casual elegance, especially during days at sea.

Fast Facts

Year entering service: 1999
Registry: The Bahamas
Tonnage (GRT): 33,000
Capacity: 490
Decks: 8
Crew: 324
Officer Nationality: European / International
Cruise / Hotel Staff Nationality: European / International
Destinations: Caribbean, Bermuda, New England & Canada

About Gratuities
Shipboard gratuities are included in the cruise fare.

Ship Features

The Penthouse Suite, among the finest at sea, has a spacious square living room, a dining room, 2 and a half baths and oodles of storage. It can be connected to an adjoining suite and is wheelchair accessible. With a space ratio of 67.3, again among the highest at sea, there's an abundance of room for assorted pleasures aboard Seven Seas Navigator, from Contract Bridge to classes in ballroom dancing. A well-stocked library, solid entertainment, port-intensive itineraries, a strong guest lecturer program and complimentary wine with dinner make this ship an attractive choice.

All suites are oceanview, nearly 90 percent with private balconies, from 301 square feet to 1,173 square feet, including balcony. Ten suites interconnect for up to 1,529 square feet of living space. Wheelchair-accessible and triple suites are also available.

Stateroom amenities
All feature king-size beds convertible to twins, separate sitting areas and marble baths with tub and separate shower. Walk-in closets have a safe, terry robes, hair dryer, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks. All have a TV/VCR and in-suite bar set-up. All but the deluxe Suite Categories C through H have Butler Service.

Kid & Teen Stuff
RSSC may restrict the number of children on board, and is unable to accept infants under 6 months of age. Children’s pricing depends on itinerary and sailing date.

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Life Aboard

The elegant Compass Rose, a single-open-seating venue, serves fusion cuisine. Breakfast or lunch are served at Portofino Grill, by night becoming the reservations-only alternative restaurant, and there is 24 hour room service. A choice of fine, complimentary wine is poured nightly, with a sommelier on hand to discuss alternatives for purchase.

Sports / Health / Fitness
For unwinding and renewal, the Judith Jackson Sea Spa, includes a sauna, steam room, massage, facials, manicure/pedicure services and a line-up of mud wraps, thalassotherapy, and other treatments. An instructor at the Fitness Center is on hand to assist with workout design, which can be followed with aerobics, power walks around deck, or laps in the pool.

The two-tiered Seven Seas Lounge, with a nearly full-size proscenium stage, showcases song and dance reviews. Bars and lounges offer choices from piano singalongs in Galileo's to DJ dancing in Stars Lounge or harp music in Navigator Lounge. Guests can light up hand-rolled cigars in the Connoisseur Club. Nightcaps are popular atop ship in the Vista Lounge. The casino has blackjack, mini-craps, roulette, and slots, with lessons, tournaments and other gaming events. Contract Bridge, art auctions and classes in ballroom dancing are on tap, and on each voyage a guest lecturer presents informal talks or slide shows on itinerary highlights. The library has 10 computers with Internet access. There are gentlemen social hosts on every sailing should you need a dance partner. A certified Master Bridge instructor can teach contract or duplicate bridge in the card room. For golfers, there are two driving cages. Additional diversions include art auctions, ballroom dance classes, two duty-free boutiques and a library well stocked with books, videos and assorted games. And every afternoon, high tea accompanied by fresh scones and other delicacies is served in the Navigator Lounge.

The casino has blackjack, mini-craps, roulette, and slots, with lessons, tournaments and other gaming events.

Other Facilities
The Medical Center is staffed by a doctor and nurse, and is equipped to provide medical care for illness or accidents occurring during the cruise.


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