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Regent Seven Seas Navigator in Alaska

Navigator: Overview
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Regent Seven Seas Navigator the most unique of it sister ships Voyager and Mariner.  The other two hold 700 guests while Navigator is a more intimate vessel holding 490 passengers on 8 different decks.  The Regent cruise line brand is known for being all-inclusive, and you are sure to feel it on this smaller ship with all of the rooms having balconies and 90% of them are private.  Also with 345 crew members on board there is always someone around to answer any question or help with a concern you might have.

Once again the Regent cruise line brand is all-inclusive, so everything from beverages, gratuities and shore excursions have been included in the pricing.  This helps set the Regent cruise line brand apart from most of the larger luxury ships that are all-inclusive, or try to be.  You are sure to have a great time aboard one of the finer cruises on Navigator.

Navigator: Passengers
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Regent Seven Seas Navigator guests will be in their late 40’s and early 50’s.  Majority of the guests will have sailed on another all-inclusive cruise line.  The language most spoken on board is English..



Navigator: Dress Code
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The dress code for the Navigator ranges from casual up to formal optional. Casual wear is seen throughout the ship during the daytime or ashore, and is casual resort style. Jeans and shorts, are not acceptable or recommended after 6:00 pm, with the exception of the last night of the cruise to get ready for your disembarkation.

Navigator’s dress code on board for the evenings will be elegant casual resort wear. Semi-formal and formal clothes on Navigator is optional when the ship is sailing 16 nights or more. Dinner dress code includes skirts, pant suit, slacks with blouse, dress or sweater for ladies; collared shirt and  nice slacks for men. Ties are not required, but could be worn and sport jackets are optional.  At no point after 6 pm should jeans or tennis shoes or shorts be worn during dinner.

Navigator: Gratuity
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The Regent cruise line brand is all-inclusive, gratuities are already included in to the bill.  If a passenger feels that service was exceptional, you can tip extra if you want to.

Navigator: Dining
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Prime 7, Signatures, Compass Rose, the Pool Grill and La Veranda.

Navigator: Cabins
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The suites available are:  Master Suite, Grand Suite, Penthouse Suite, Seven Seas Suite, Voyager Suite  and Deluxe Suite.

Navigator: Itineraries
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Alaska, Tropics, Canada and New England

Navigator: Entertainment
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Regent Orchestra, Pool, Constellation Theatre, Spa, Lounges, Casino and Cigar Bar.

Navigator: Fitness
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Weight Room, Conditioning Scrubs and Body Cocoons Aerobics, Yoga, Canyon Ranch SpaClub, Shuffleboard, Tennis, Golf Cages, Jogging Track.