Regent Seven Seas Cruises Announces Enhancement Details For Seven Seas Navigator

Luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises has unveiled details of the upgrades to its 490-passenger Seven Seas Navigator due to take place during the ship’s drydock refurbishment later this month. Part of the line’s Seven Seas Signature enhancement initiative, work is scheduled to be completed on the ship’s top suites and public spaces, as well as a new Italian restaurant.

 

Guests can look forward to even more luxury when she emerges from drydock next month, with all accommodations benefiting from new teak on the balconies, plush carpeting, wall coverings and modern amenities including flatscreen televisions and Illy coffee machines. The Grand Suites and Master Suites will be completely renovated, featuring new headboards and bedding, built-in cabinetry, custom-crafted furnishings, designer accessories and balcony furniture.

 

Improvements to the array of dining options onboard will give guests greater choice for gourmet meals at sea. The new Sette Mari at La Veranda repurposes the ship’s popular breakfast and lunch venue for dinner, offering an extensive menu of antipasti and Italian specialty dishes from the buffet or ordered al momento. Popular American-style steakhouse Prime 7 will be enlarged to accommodate up to 60 guests, with a new contemporary entrance sculpture setting a warm, relaxed tone, while the Galileo Lounge will be renewed and redecorated.

 

Public spaces throughout the ship will receive new carpeting, while the leisure facilities are set to be revitalized. The pool deck will have all teak surfaces replaced, while the saunas of the exclusive Canyon Ranch SpaClub are to be updated in-line with the ship’s fresh, new look.

 

Seven Seas Navigator will spend her summer season cruising Alaska, offering 7-night voyages between Seward and Vancouver. In August 2012, she will reposition to Montreal via San Francisco and New York to cruise the Atlantic coast.

 

For more information, visit www.rssc.com.

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