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Navigate the Seven Seas
For the only time this season, Regent Cruises Seven Seas Navigator will dock at Adelaide's Outer Harbour Passenger Terminal, Lady Ruthven Drive, North Haven on Monday 19 February 2018.
Arriving at 6.30 am, Seven Seas Navigator is currently on her 19 night Australian Adventure Cruise and will arrive from Victoria after commencing in Auckland and visiting Rotorua, Napier, Picton, Christchurch, Dunedin, Milford Sound, Sydney and Geelong. After Adelaide farewells her at 7 pm her onward journey will take her to Port Lincoln, Esperance and Freemantle.
Famous for being a focal point in 2004 in the movieAfter the Sunset starring Pierce Brosnan and Salma Hayek, Seven Seas Navigator is 171 metres in length, has 13 passenger decks and carriers just 490 passengers and 340 crew.
Unlike other cruise ships, Seven Seas Navigator has no internal cabins, ensuring that all accommodation have ocean views and most have private balconies. Guests can enjoy a range of suites from the master suite to grand suite, penthouse, concierge and deluxe.
Master Suite. Photo: Regent Cruises
Daytime activities are as energetic or relaxing as guests choose. Choose from shore excursions to lying by the pool deck or playing games in the card room. Night time activities range from musical reviews and cabaret shows in the Seven Seas Lounge to quiet drinks with new friends at Galileo's or the Navigator Bar, or a few games in the Casino.
Photo: Regent Cruises
Guests can choose to dine in any style they like. Casual dining abounds at Coffee Connection, the Pool Grill and La Veranda, or Compass Rose and Prime 7 provide more formal meal options.
Photo: Regent Cruises
If small ship cruising without the crowds sounds more enticing, then Seven Seas Navigator may be the perfect option.
Travel to the Outer Harbour by train or car. Please note the 4.34 am Outer Harbour train from Adelaide will not operate on 19 February 2018. Please see Adelaide Metro for further information.
The event is free and child friendly.
Please Note: This is a viewing only event, and no access is available onboard.