Radisson’s new vessel completes successful sea trials

Radisson’s new vessel completes successful sea trials

RADISSON Seven Seas Cruises’ new vessel, Seven Seas Navigator, has carried out successful sea trials in the Mediterranean.

The 490-passenger luxury ship was due to start its inaugural cruise today, but its first two sailings were cancelled due to delays in fitting the ship out (Travel Weekly July 19).

Seven Seas Navigator is now due to sail from Nice on September 7. In 2000 it will carry out seven-night itineraries in the Panama Canal starting on February 1 and 8, March 25 and April 1, and nine-night voyages from Fort Lauderdale to Bermuda starting on April 17 and 26.

Between May 26 and August 9 the ship will operate seven-night cruises to Alaska out of Vancouver and Seward.


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