If you ever want to book a ‘golf cruise’ on a small top-of-the-line luxury cruise ship you should definitely consider the 490-passenger Regent Seven Seas Cruises – NAVIGATOR.
Our University of California Alumni group golf cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Bermuda & the Colonial South ports in April, aboard the NAVIGATOR, was organized for us by GolfAhoy.
Everything went like clockwork and onboard the officers and crew worked at making us feel welcomed and relaxed, happy, and full of delicious food the whole 10 days.
At each port along the way, GolfAhoy arranged transportation to take us to golf courses (and we never had to stand in line and wait) where our tee times, greens fees, cart rental, and boxed lunches awaited us.
On the first evening of the cruise, they did an interesting thing. At 5 pm they held a ship-wide ‘block party’. Everyone was encouraged to step outside of their suites into the common corridors and meet their neighbors! Since GolfAhoy had bottles of champagne in each of our suites, we all met our neighbors with glasses of champagne held high. While we were introducing ourselves, the ship’s Captain and the Cruise Director did a stroll down each corridor to personally greet every passenger.
The food on the NAVIGATOR was spectacular and all beverages including liquor were included, as were all tips – we loved it being all-inclusive. We had dinner twice during the cruise at Prime 7 Steakhouse restaurant – gourmet steaks at their best!