Seven Seas Navigator

Seven Seas NavigatorSeven Seas Navigator is unique and luxury cruise ship, which was built in 1991 by Admiralty Shipyard in Leningrad (now St Petersburg), Soviet Union. The ship was constructed to be very attractive and comfortable for the guests on board, implementing the Russian style with modern extras. The hull of the ship was built in ex Soviet Union, while the superstructure and other fittings were made in Mariotti Yards, Italy. Seven Seas Navigator has overall length of 170.69 m, beam of 24.80 m, boards depth of 12.30 m and maximum draft of 7.30 m. The deadweigh of the cruise vessel is 3,342 DWT, the gross tonnage is 28,550 GRT and the net tonnage is 9,839 NT. The ship has 12 passenger decks and capacity for 490 passengers in double occupancy. More than 90% of her cabins have their own private verandas, offering high quality of service by 340 crew and really boutique cruises.

The vessel was refurbishment in March/April 2016 that upgraded the common areas and suites. The ship features with a lot of attractions, including a pool deck, a bar, and even an on-board library. The guests can enjoy a great time in the spa center, as well as the sports fields, where to practice mini golf, basketball and volleyball. Also they can visit the lounges and galileo piano bar.

In 2004, the cruise ship Seven Seas Navigator was featured and used as a focal point for the movie After the Sunset. The movie starred Pierce Brosnan and Salma Hayek.

The engineering on board is reliable and strong. The propulsion system of the cruise ship Seven Seas Navigator is consisted of four engines Wartsila 8L38, each with power of 5,280 hp, providing maximum output power of 21,120 hp. The vessel is driven by two fixed-pitch propellers, which allow service speed of 17.5 kts, while the maximum speed under trials exceed 19.0 kts.

The cruise ship Seven Seas Navigator is operating under the flag of Bahamas with IMO number 9064126, MMSI 311050600 and call sign C6ZI9.

Seven Seas Navigator specification

Length: 170.69 m
Width: 24.80 m
Draft: 7.30 m
Deadweight: 3,342 DWT
Gross tonnage: 28,550 GRT
Net tonnage: 9,839 NT
Passenger Capacity: 490 passengers
Engine: four Wartsila 8L38
Engine power: 21,120 hp
Speed: 17.5 kts

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