Regent Seven Sea Cruises
Navigator, Mariner & Voyager
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Ship Size
Inside
Ocean View
Ship
Year Built
GRT
Max Passengers
PSR
Category
Square Feet
Max Occ.
CategorySquare FeetMax Occ.

Navigator

Mariner

Voyager

1999

2001

2003

33,000

50,000

46,000

490

700

700

67.3

71.4

65.7

none

none

none

 

 

G to H

None

None

301

 

 

3

 

 

Minimum Verandah
Small Suites
Category
Square Feet Total
Square Feet Cabin
Square Feet Verandah
Max Occ.
Category
Square Feet Total
Square Feet Cabin
Square Feet Verandah
Max Occ.

Nav. & Voyager

 

Mariner

Mariner cat A to C

356

 

301

449

301

 

252

376

55

 

49

73

3

 

3

3

Navigator

Mariner

Voyager

 

 

495 or 739

627,602,847,739 & 987

656,545,604,753,& 1355

 

 

448 or 539

359,505, 561, 650 or 903

441,495,554,753, & 1152

 

47 or 200

268,97,286,89 & 84

215,50,50,123 & 183

3

3

3

Largest Suites
Category
Square Feet Total
Square Feet Cabin
Square Feet Verandah
Max Occ.

Navigator

Voyager

Mariner

1173

1403 (2 bedroom)

2002 (2 bedroom)

1067

1216

1204

106

187

798

3

4

4



 



Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers our top rated small (mid-sized) luxury ship the Navigator and the top-rated large luxury cruise ships, the all balcony Mariner and Voyager. Regent offers the best service available on any ships we've ever sailed and the new Mariner & Voyager are outstanding advances in luxury. They are the same size as Crystal Harmony/Symphony but hold over 200 fewer pampered guests. Mariner & Voyager are our top rated ships overall. Navigator is slightly behind but still wonderful.



 

The Navigator has this beautiful atrium on board. It is an indication of the roomy atmosphere on the entire ship. The Navigator has and the new Mariner has the highest amount of public space per passenger of any ships in the business. These ships are as nice as anything afloat and roomier than any of them.

 

Private balconies (on 80% of the Navigator suites) and all cabins of the new Mariner and Voyager are the ultimate place to relax in the privacy of your own cabin. I can't put into words how incredible these balconies are. They melt away the pressures of our lifes like nothing else. Enjoy the fresh air, day or night, and the relaxing sounds of your oceanfront suite.

 

The Compass Rose Dining Room is as elegant a restaurant as any at sea. The service is simply the best afloat.

I love the al fresco dining available in the Portofino Restaurant. This shaded area just outside the Portofino is a great place for breakfast or lunch. The Portofino alternative restaurant is a reservation only restaurant at night and specializes in outstanding Italian cuisine. Breakfast and lunch buffets are outstanding. Mariner and Voyager also have 2 other alternative restaurants, Signatures with Cordon Bleu trained chefs, and Latitiudes for something a little different. The alterantive dining choices do not charge extra but do require reservations.

 

. The lobby in the Navigator sets the tone for the luxury surroundings throughout the ship.

 

Even the bathrooms are top of the line in luxury.



Cabin Categories

 

The Navigator cabins are show below:


 

The Mariner suites are shown below. Note all cabins have a private verandah.

This is the first ship to have this outstanding feature. It sets the new standard for luxury cruise ship.

Cabin Layout & Size

Some of the Mariner suites are shown below. Note all cabins are suites and all suites have a private balcony.


This is the layout for the entry level cabin, the Deluxe Suite, category H to D. It is 301 square feet in total with 252 square feet in the cabin and a 49 square foot balcony.

 

 

This is the layout for the Penthouse Suite, category A to C. It is 449 square feet in total with 376 square feet in the cabin and a larger 73 square foot balcony.

This is the Horizon Suite category HS. It has 522 square feet in total with 359 square feet inside the cabin but a huge balcony of 163 square feet. These suites are all face aft and are on decks 7 to 10.

 

 

This is a Seven Seas (Forward) Suite. It has 602 square feet in total with 505 square feet inside the cabin and a balcony of 97 square feet. These are forward on deck 10 only.

 

This is a Seven Seas (Aft) Suite. It has 697 square feet in total with 561 square feet inside the cabin and a balcony of 136 square feet. These are in the back of decks 7 to 10.

 

 

 

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This is the layout for the Mariner Suites, category MN. They are 739 square feet in total with 650 square feet in the cabin and a larger 89 square foot balcony. There are also Horizon, Seven Seas and Grand Suites that are similar in size and layout.

 

 

 

 

The Grand Suite is 987 square feet with 903 square feet in the cabin plus an 84 square feet balcony.

The ultimate suite is the Master Suite, shown here. It has 1580 square feet in total with 1204 square feet in the cabin plus a huge 376 square foot balcony.

 

 



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