As Old Sol descends into the darkening sea and sun-struck days turn into star-sparked evenings, our guests shift their focus from discovering the area's fascinating sights to exploring a host of entertainments onboard.
In the two-tiered Seven Seas Lounge, you could believe that you'd stepped into a sophisticated 1930's nightclub. Your attention is drawn to the almost full-size proscenium stage, curtained and swagged in brilliant orange and navy moiré taffeta. An expectant hush gives way to fanfares and flourishes. A dynamic troupe of entertainers appear on stage for a marvelous tribute to the Golden Era of Broadway. Talented singers and dancers celebrate forty years of musical theatre ranging from yesterday's legends through today's biggest hits. Under the skillful direction of producer Peter Grey Terhune, you'll see vignettes from contemporary classics like Jonathan Larson's Tony award winner, Rent, come to life. Innovative revue themes and high-spirited energy underscore the Seven Seas Navigator's adventurous spirit, setting a new standard for production entertainment at sea.
Of course, entertainment isn't limited to our Seven Seas Lounge. Several intimate bars and lounges throughout the ship offer guests a choice of nighttime amusements ranging from singing by the piano in Galileo's to dancing to the latest DJ selections in the Stars Lounge to watching the spectacular moon-spangled views from the Vista Lounge, a casual meeting place high above the ship.
In the Connoisseur Club, guests discover a welcoming enclave of quietly tasteful civility removed from earthly cares. Settle down in a comfortable English club chair, order your wine or martini and pick a hand-rolled cigar from the climate-controlled humidor.
Every explorer is a gambler of sorts, from Odysseus to Columbus to Captain Kirk. But whether mythical or real, inveterate explorers enjoy the thrill of taking a chance. With that thought in mind, you might want to visit the Casino, an exciting venue where today's explorers can take a few chances at any number of games. When the croupiers deal the cards, who knows what luck the stars will bring!
And being in a starstruck mood, your late night wanderings could lead you back to Galileo's, where the indoor/outdoor dance floor invites you to waltz on moonbeams and make a wish on the morning star.
Our comprehensive entertainment program on the Seven Seas Navigator also includes expert guest lecturers, bridge instructors and dance hosts.
One morning aboard the Seven Seas Navigator you'll probably decide to visit the Spa and Health Club. And not just because you might want to have a massage or work out! Step into one of the glass-walled elevators, ride topside to the uppermost deck of the ship and step out into the Vista Lounge, entry point to the ship's exclusive Navigator Spa.
Those interested in more serious navigation can track the ship's position on an electronic display located at the foot of the mast - or, you may take a guided tour of the Bridge.
In the Health Club, guests may crunch, lift, row, tread, pedal or run to their hearts' content. A personal trainer is on hand to assist you with a fitness regimen to fit your needs, whether you're a novice or a veteran. Follow your workout with aerobics, a power-walk around the track, or maybe few laps in the pool, and you'll be exercised and eager to partake of the offerings of the Navigator Spa. Managed and operated by Judith Jackson, leading aromatherapy practitioner and author of the best seller, The Magic of Well Being, the Spa is the ultimate indulgence.
In luxurious, hushed surroundings, professional technicians personally trained by Ms. Jackson soothe cares and wrinkles away, utilizing the latest natural aromatherapy and massage methods. Mud wraps, thalassotherapy, steam and sauna treatments, and a full complement of beauty and grooming services complete the extensive menu of Spa offerings. And speaking of menus, when it's time for health-conscious guests to re-stoke the furnace, both the indoor-outdoor grill and the dining room offer special low calorie, heart healthy selections.
Conveniently located just off the Atrium, you will find a wonderful little jewelbox of a boutique featuring the logos of famous designers. Here you'll be tempted to browse for handsomely-crafted gifts of signature jewelry, scarves, silver and china for favored friends.
If golf is your passion, you needn't forsake the challenge of your favorite game when you go on a Radisson Seven Seas cruise. On board, there are two driving cages where you may practice your swing and work on your handicap. For those who prefer the challenges of cyberspace, there are computer stations in the ship's library, so you can receive or send e-mail as well as peruse and borrow from an excellent selection of books, periodicals and first-run videos.