Navigator Cabin choice

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#1
Lytham St Annes
579 Posts
Joined Sep 2009
I have the option of either Cabin 821 or 829 on the 12 night SF to Vancouver cruise. 829 is directly opposite the Lauderette - should I avoid it? Also been offered 729 or 726. Looking for guidance from experienced Regent cruisers please.

Many thanks in advance for your time.
#4
San Diego, CA
2,246 Posts
Joined Aug 2005
I just checked and there are many more Category D suites available than the four you were offered.

The following suites show availability:

719, 721, 723, 727, 729, 733, 718, 722, 724, 726, 728

803, 805, 807, 809, 813, 821, 829, 804, 806, 810, 818, 826, 850

If you don't need a Concierge level suite, 621, a Category E suite is also available. I've been in 617, 623 and 625 and IMO, 621 is in a perfect position on the Navigator in terms of ride and convenience.

Hope this helps.
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#5
eastern NC
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Deck 6 on the Navigator is my favorite. It's close to the Navigator Lounge which we see as our own living room. Coffee and a light breakfast in the morning and our cocktail lounge at night.
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#6
Ohio
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Joined Jul 2008
I totally agree about deck 6....I was assuming that wasn't an option. Beth, if we're ever lucky enough to cruise with you on the Navigator I hope you"ll share your "living room". We love it too!
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#7
Lytham St Annes
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Joined Sep 2009
Thanks for all the comments which are very helpful. Just one final query...... With there appearing to be more starboard cabins available than port side, would the San Francisco - Alaska - Vancouver Itinerary be viewed better from a port side cabin? I appreciate that the best views will always be up on deck. Thanks again for the input.
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