Seven Seas Navigator deck 10 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Seven Seas Navigator deck 10

  • The “Navigator Pool” area has a large rectangular swimming pool (heated) with 2 Whirlpools, tennis tables, sunbathing area with loungers, seating area with tables and chairs. The area is served with beverages by the Pool Bar (outdoor, portside).
  • The “Pool Grill” fast food bar is an outdoor poolside bar serving the pool deck area with grilled specialties- made-to-order burgers, sandwiches, seafood, salads, along with milk shakes, ice cream and fresh-made desserts.
  • The deck 10’s Galley / Kitchen (portside) serves the “Prime 7” and “La Veranda” restaurants
  • The “Prime 7″ restaurant (starboard location, reservations-only) is a dinner restaurant with an American Steakhouse menu (USDA prime beef dry-aged steaks). Its luxurious setting features burnished wood furniture, wingback leather chairs, rich fabrics and stylish draperies.
  • “La Veranda / Sette Mari” is an aft-ship location indoor/outdoor casual dining venue. La Veranda operates as the ship’s self-service buffet restaurant for late breakfast and casual lunch (regional-themed specialties). In the evenings, the Veranda buffet transforms into the “Sette Mari” casual Italian dinner restaurant (waiter-service, a la carte menu, fine Italian wines, no reservations, complimentary). The La Veranda also has a small pizzeria and an open-air terrace (al fresco dining aft shaded area).
  • Cruise suites from 1000 to 1025, of which forward Penthouse (categories B, and A) and two Master Suites (MS, #1000-1001-bow ship location), self-service laundrette.

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