The Navigator Lounge features new furnishings and extra space for guests to relax day and night (Image: Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Seven Seas Navigator has set sail with all-new interiors in her public spaces and guest suites following a two-week dry dock in France.
Notable changes on the 450-guest ship include the updated contemporary American steakhouse Prime 7, which now features dark blue and gold walls, leather chairs, rich wood finishes, large artwork, marble sculptures and intricately patterned floors.
Public areas such as the Navigator Lounge were refreshed with new furnishings, creating more space for guests to sit and enjoy beverages day and night. The Stars Lounge was transformed with new carpet, furniture and wall coverings in dusty rose and champagne hues with gold highlights. Throughout the ship, new carpets have been fitted alongside modern wall coverings and metalwork for a contemporary feel. Italian marble floors were installed in elevators and new artwork hangs in the guest corridors.
“When guests step onboard Seven Seas Navigator, they will find she continues to reflect Regent’s elegant style and famous attention to detail that fashionably honours her heritage as a beloved, intimate luxury ship,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Seven Seas Navigator now reflects the consistent look and feel of our fleet, but with special touches that make her distinctly unique.”
The spa has also been updated with pebble-stone tiles, a light wood desk and an enlarged beauty salon with floor-to-ceiling ocean views.
In-suite guests can use the increased number of chests and drawers while enjoying the plush carpeting, fresh upholstery and private balconies with refinished teak wood.
Seven Seas Navigator has received a bow-to-stern makeover as part of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ US$150 million fleet modernisation.
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