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 Seven Seas Navigator

Originally scheduled to become a Russian research vessel, this ship was completed as a luxury cruise liner at the renowned T. Mariotti shipyard in Genoa, Italy. Operating world-wide, Seven Seas Navigator offers cruises in an intimate yet spacious environment.

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Tom Ogg

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0000-00-00Western Caribbean

Radisson Seven Seas Navigator Docked in Key West The Setup I was the...read more

61users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • JOSEPH N SABA 64 11 seward to vancouver

    To celebrate our anniversary ,my wife and I decided to splurge on an Alaskan cruise with the Regent cruise line. We also purchased the airlineĀ tickets and the land package ( 1 night...read more

  • Mike Murray

    60 8 Rio de Janero to Ft. Lauderdale

    Since we had earlier booked the inaugural transatlantic cruise of Holland Americanā€™s Prinsendam (the former Royal Viking Sun) plus the following two segments in Western Europe and the Baltic...read more

    33 users found this review helpful.
  • Margot Hill

    49 1 NYC-Bermuda

    My husband and I, who are both I our fifties, went on our first cruise June 11-18, 2003 on the NYC/Bermuda cruise on the Radisson Navigator....read more

    10 users found this review helpful.
  • Herb Dolphins

    72 22 Bermuda and Norfolk, Va from New York

    This was our first experience with Radisson. They offered a special 2 for 1 rate which encouraged us to try them. We were not disappointed. EMBARKATION: We arrived at the ship about 2...read more

    20 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Radisson Seven Seas Cruises
  • Capacity (double occupancy):490
  • Builder:T. Mariotti
  • Full Capacity:530
  • Inaugurated:1999
  • Space Ratio:58.3 / 53.9
  • Gross Tonnage:28,550gt
  • Crew:330
  • Length:560 ft. / 171 m