Seven Seas Navigator

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Seven Seas Navigator cruise ship itinerary, information, reviews & images.

CLASS

MIDSIZED CRUISE SHIP

ENT/SERVICE

1999

BUILT

T MARIOTTI / GENOA / ITALY

WEIGHT

33,000 TONS

LENGTH

560 FEET

WIDTH

81 FEET

SPEED

20 KNOTS - DIESEL ENGINES

Seven Seas Navigator was the Radisson Seven Seas cruise lines first ship with all cabins being suites. Navigator entered service one year after the company had taken control of the 19,200-ton Paul Gauguin. This gave Radisson four ships in their fleet with more on order. The other two ships in the fleet at that time were the 8,282 ton Song of Flower and the 20,295 ton Raddison Diamond. These two ships were sold in 2003 & 2005 after new ships entered service.

Navigator has 8 passenger decks, 1 pool, 5 bars, casino, fitness center, theatre, 252 cabins all situated on the outside with 215 having verandas, can carry 490 passengers and a crew of 324.

Navigator’s first world cruise between January and May 2002 was divided into five stages. They were from Los Angeles - Sydney/Australia, Sydney - Hong Kong, Hong Kong - Cape Town/South Africa, Cape Town - Rio de Janeiro, and Rio de Janeiro - Fort Lauderdale.

Navigator's Itinerary includes from Miami - Florida, Caribbean & Bahamas, Mediteranean, Vancouver - Alaska, between Miami & San Francisco via the Panama Canal, between New York and Montreal, and long world wide cruises. Reviews.

Website: www.rssc.com.

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Seven Seas Navigator at Malaga, Spain in 2009, Large Image.

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