Seven Seas Navigator Review

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Cabins: Attractive textured fabrics and honeyed wood finishes add a touch of coziness to the larger-than-usual suites in all categories, 90% of which have balconies. All have a vanity-desk, walk-in closet, and seating area with a sofa, chairs, and table. Marble bathrooms have a separate tub and shower. Master suites have a separate sitting–dining room, a separate bedroom, and a powder room; only Grand suites also have a powder room. Master suites have a second TV in the bedroom, butler service, and whirlpool tub in the master bathroom. Grand and Navigator suites are similarly outfitted. The top three suite categories feature Bose music systems, an iPad, and an iPod docking station. Penthouse suites, which include butler service, are only distinguished from Deluxe suites by location and do not have a whirlpool bathtub. Few suites have the capacity to accommodate three people, and only 10 far-forward suites adjoin with those adjacent to them.

Amenities: Every suite has an entertainment center with CD/DVD player, stocked refrigerator, stocked bar, safe, hair dryer, and beds dressed with fine linens and duvets. Bath toiletries include shampoo, lotion, and bath gel. Passengers in Concierge suites and higher receive 15 minutes of free ship-to-shore phone time and 60 minutes of free Internet access.

Accessibility: Four suites are wheelchair accessible.

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