By Patti Pietschmann Travel Diva

 

Regent Seven Seas jaunty Navigator is sailing from London to Dublin today with a whole new look. The ship spent two weeks in dry dock in Brest France getting a full make-over. It was her first refurbishment in three years.

According to Jason Montague, RSSC  CEO/president, the redo went well. “When guests step on board Seven Seas Navigator, they will find she continues to reflect Regent’s elegant style and famous attention to detail that fashionably honors her heritage as a beloved, intimate luxury ship” he beamed.

What’s new?

Courtesy of Regent Seven Seas

Notable improvements include the reimagined, guest favorite  Prime 7. A personal favorite I might add.  The handsome room now boasts dark imperial blue walls accented with gold, light leather chairs and rich wood finishes.  Large artwork, marble sculptures and intricately patterned floors were added to enhance the décor.

Public Areas

The Navigator Lounge looks refreshed with new marble tables, soft lighting,  furniture and wall coverings in light dusty rose and champagne tones highlighted with gold. The popular Stars Lounge boasts new  modern wall coverings  with  sleek metal for a distinctive contemporary design on the staircases.

Courtesy RSSC

The Atrium looks amazing with Italian marble floors  on elevators, and carpeting and wall coverings in all hallways. New artwork  hangs proudly in the  corridors.

 Pampering-plus

Updated spa

The enhancements at the pampering center spa gives it a more relaxed feeling from the pebble-stone tiled entrance to light woods interiors.

Even the salon got a lift with a peaceful pedicure and manicure area featuring floor-to ceiling ocean views.

Suite stuff

Every woman’s wishes, suites now offer more  chests and drawers for your cruise wardrobe. There’s new plush carpeting,  fresh upholstery and refinished teak wood  balconies

On deck

A new infrared barbecue, smoke repelling grill lights up on the pool deck.

Regent Seven Seas offers truly inclusive fares on each of its four ships.  Once on board you never have to tip, pay for wines, spirits or soft drinks or shell out extra cash for shore excursions.  Just so  you know there are some tours that cost extra, but many are free. What’s more, a Regent Seven Seas cruise comes with excellent cuisine served in several inviting venues and seamless service. They also throw in pre-cruise hotel packages for guests staying in Concierge-level suites and higher.

To book a Regent Seven Seas just contact a skilled Pavlus Travel agent to get you the right cruise at the best rate.

 

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