RSSC-Regent Seven Seas Cruises celebrated the inaugural cruise of Seven Seas Navigator after her 2-week refurbishment in Brest France. The first passengers to experience the improvements are currently on an 11-night voyage from London to Dublin.
Notable changes to the 490-passenger vessel include:
- Restaurants. The guest favorite and Contemporary American steakhouse, Prime 7, was completely reimagined with new appeal including dark imperial blue and gold walls, light leather chairs, and rich wood finishes. Marble sculptures, intricately patterned floors, and large artwork were added to enhance the decor.
- Public Areas. The Navigator Lounge was totally refreshed with new furnishings that enable more space for passengers to sit and enjoy coffee and cocktails around the piano. Stars Lounge was reimagined with new carpet, furniture, wall coverings, and marble tables. Seven Seas Navigator also received new carpeting, wall coverings and sleek metal for a contemporary design in the Atrium and on the staircases to welcome guests with an airy and modern feel. Italian marble floors were installed on all elevators, while carpeting and wall coverings were added in guest hallways. New artwork is available in guest corridors.
- The spa now boasts with an entrance that features pebble-stone tiles leading to an inviting wood spa desk where the staff will assist passengers with the treatments. Treatment rooms were updated to feature soothing environments. The relaxation area was updated with light tones, making the perfect retreat before or after a visit to the spa. The beauty salon was enlarged to feature a dedicated manicure and pedicure area with floor-to-ceiling ocean views. Hair treatments and make-up stations round out the array of services that are available in the top deck spa.
- Suite entrances are now inviting with new signage and dark wood doors. The in-suite closets feature more chests and drawers. Plush carpeting was added to the suites along with fresh upholstery. The private balconies feature refinished teak wood. Additional enhancements include an infrared barbeque grill at the Pool Grill. New water pipes and air conditioning were installed throughout the ship.
Seven Seas Navigator’s refurb is her first since 2016. With the latest drydock, the ship has been completely refitted from bow-to-stern over the past 3 years.
Since 2016, the cruise line has invested more than US$150 million in modernizing its fleet, so its 4 ships remain the leader in luxury cruising.