Seven Seas Navigator gets stylish enhancements

The Stars Lounge was completely reimagined with new carpet, new furniture and new wall coverings in light dusty rose and champagne tones highlighted with gold

Seven Seas Navigator emerged from a two-week refurbishment in Brest, France, with a completely redesigned steak house, refreshed furnishings and soft goods, an updated spa and enhanced suites.

The ship is currently sailing an 11-night London to Dublin voyage.

New look for Prime 7

Prime 7, the ship’s contemporary American steak house, now has 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.

The Navigator Lounge was refreshed with new furnishings enabling more space for passengers to relax over coffee during the day and cocktails around the piano in the afternoon and evenings.

Stars Lounge was completely reimagined with new carpet, new furniture and new wall coverings in light dusty rose and champagne tones highlighted with gold. Marble tables glimmer under evening dance floor lights in this spot for cocktails and dancing before dinner or after the evening performance in the Constellation Theater.

More contemporary throughout

The whole ship was upgraded with new carpeting, modern wall coverings and sleek metal for a distinctive contemporary design on the staircases and in the atrium to welcome travelers with a light, airy and modern feel. New Italian marble floors were installed on elevators, and carpeting, wall coverings and artwork were installed in the hallways.

The spa entrance now features pebble-stone tiles that lead to a light wood spa reception desk. Treatment rooms and the relaxation area have been updated. The beauty salon was enlarged and now features a dedicated pedicure and manicure area with floor-to-ceiling ocean views.

Suite touches

Suite entrances now have dark wood doors and new signage. The in-suite closets feature more chests and drawers for additional storage space. New plush carpeting was added to all suites as well as fresh upholstery, and the teak was refreshed on the balconies.

Additional enhancements include a new infrared barbecue grill at the Pool Grill that extracts smoke, making for a more comfortable outdoor dining experience. New air conditioning and water pipes were installed throughout the entire vessel.

With this latest drydock, Seven Seas Navigator has been completely refurbished from bow to stern over the past three years.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has invested more than $150m modernizing its four ships since 2016.

Posted 21 June 2019

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