Seven Seas Navigator Cruise Ship In Hamilton

April 15, 2014

The Seven Seas Navigator cruise ship is in Hamilton today [Apr 15], marking the first cruise ship visit for the island’s capital city this year. The 565ft long ship is carrying an estimated 456 passengers and 325 crew.

The Seven Seas Navigator is one of almost 20 occasional callers the island is set to have in 2014, with the occasional callers serving to compliment the five regular callers which all berth in Dockyard.

Operated by Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the Seven Seas Navigator generally visits Bermuda once or twice a year, with the 2014 schedule indicating this will be her sole visit for this year.

Seven Seas Navigator Hamilton Bermuda, April 15 2014

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  1. Come Correct says:

    In Hamilton?! No comments?

  2. bluebird says:

    “SO” there are no ships left in the World that can fit into Hamilton Harbour.

    • Ruthless says:

      Not small ships like the Seven Seas Navigator that can be regular callers dreamer!!!!

  3. Kindley says:

    i’m glad the ship docked in Hamilton harbor. front street needs the business and the city is a beautiful place to visit

  4. somuchless says:

    It didn’t get to st George’s yesterday cause of the weather and I know so many where looking forward to it.