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The last thing you would expect on a ship that carries only 490 guests is an eight-deck high Atrium with twin glass elevators. Still, this is exactly what you will see when you board Seven Seas Navigator. With wide and bright corridors, spacious stairwells and a beautiful marble-clad Reception Hall (with an enormous bouquet of fresh flowers), there is an immediate feeling of space. Welcome on board!

Reception area

Three glass elevators amidships

An impressive atrium for a ship of this size

Big ship feel in the 8-deck high Atrium

Aft stairtower with another two elevators
Stateroom corridor
 

The smallest of Seven Seas Navigator's 245 suites measures a very generous 301 square feet and 90% of all suites on board have a private balcony. And even if you don't occupy a balcony suite, you will still be able to enjoy a complimentary in-room bar, marble bathroom with full-size bathtub and separate shower, plus a walk-in closet. Top of the line are the four Master Suites, two of which have stunning wrap-around balconies.  

Master Suite bedroom

MasterSuite bathroom
Master Suite bathroom

Master Suite living room

Master Suite living room

Master Suite living room

 

Photos (unless otherwise noted) and text: 2007 Bart de Boer - www.ShipParade.com

First published on February 3, 2007

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