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Food is a very important aspect of any Regent Seven Seas Cruise. The main restaurant on deck 5 is large, airy and operates in an open seating for all meals so you can enjoy your dinner when and with whom you want. Alternatively, you can head up to deck 10 and have an informal meal at the pretty Portofino Grill. With its warm decor, tasteful artwork and teak outdoor terrace, this is one of the nicest buffet restaurants we know!

Portofino Grill

Portofino Grill

Portofino Grill

Compass Rose Restaurant

Compass Rose Restaurant
Portofino Grill
 

Nightlife on Seven Seas Navigator is not limited to one single venue. There's the serene Vista Lounge on deck 12 or the elegant look and feel of Galileo's, a window-walled nightclub one deck lower. But most guests will head for the late-night hub on deck 6 aft. First, there is the attractive Stars Lounge. Done in dark blue and brown leather, it has a seemingly endless bar. Double doors lead to the ship's piece de resistance: the bi-level Seven Seas Lounge, a genuine seagoing theater.

It is all too obvious that the design team have successfully managed to blend small-ship charm with big-ship amenities.  The result is very pleasing and easily explains Seven Seas Navigator's popularity.

Stars Lounge

Seven Seas Lounge
Seven Seas Lounge
Seven Seas Lounge

Stars Lounge

Stars Lounge
Galileo's

Vista Lounge

 

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

First published on February 3, 2007

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