I have always loved going and taking cruises for most of my adult life. When I was younger I liked going on those big cruses with thousands of people. This way every night I could go down to the bar and dance and meet lots of fun and attractive people in my age range. Now that I am a little bit older and not as much of a party animal I find being in those big, overcrowded ships more of an annoyance than a selling point. I am generally really good with people and I like being around people but my cruises are my personal time and I am rather happy to not have to share it with a bunch of people that I will probably not like all that much. If given the choice now a days I will go on a ship such as the Seven Seas Navigator with Regent Cruise Destinations which only has at most four-hundred and ninety guests. The Seven Seas Navigator that Regent Cruise Destinations owns and uses has also been renovated a few years ago so it is really up to top notch beauty and class. There are a lot of cruise ships out there that cater to small groups of guests with a really high service level but out of all of the ships that Regent Cruise Destinations has the Seven Seas Navigator has one of the highest ratios of space (the rooms are between 301 to 1,173 sq. ft., including the balcony) and guest to staff ratios of any of their ships (345 staff usually per voyage from all over the world). This means that when I want to be left alone to read all day that is not a problem what so ever but if I need anything at all there is always someone there to help me out at the press of a button. Kind of the best of both worlds really. The Seven Seas Navigator also has a few other really nice speciality features that I love such as the marble baths and the private balconies. These are not exactly the kind of features that you will find on any old cruise ship.
There are of course all of the features that you would find on most ships included in the Seven Seas Navigator as well such as a few incredibly high quality restaurants to choose from, a spa and a fitness club. While I do like to spend most of my time on the cruise relaxing and reading, it is also nice to have these options of great things to do when I finally need a break from reading by myself and want to be around people again.
The Seven Seas Navigator is taking trips all of the time to a number of different interesting and fun places so I can usually find at least one or two a year that work within my time frame and go somewhere that I would be interested in visiting so it all works out perfectly.