Radisson's Seven Seas Navigator is featured in the motion picture "After the Sunset" which is currently showing in movie theaters. Pierce Brosnan stars as a jewel thief lured out of retirement by an exhibition aboard a cruise ship showcasing the world's most magnificent diamond. The movie was filmed aboard the Seven Seas Navigator in December 2003, when New Line Cinema chartered the vessel for a week off Paradise Island. The Seven Seas Navigator became the line's first all-suite (90% with private balconies) vessel when she was launched in 1999. All passengers are accommodated in spacious ocean view suites ranging from a minimum of 301 up to 1,173 square feet including marble-appointed bathrooms with separate shower and full bathtub and walk-in closet. Navigator is sailing Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Ft. Lauderdale from January to April 2005. Select five-, seven-, ten- and 11-night cruises feature special two-for-one fares plus complimentary one-category upgrades on many sailings.
April 13, 2003 Carnival Conquest
November 2, 2003 Norwegian Dream
February 26, 2004 Carnival Miracle
June 4, 20004 American Queen
November 20, 2004RCCL Grandeur/Seas
January 29, 2005 Carnival Sensation
September 11, 2006 Carnival Holiday
My husband and I went to see the movie, just to look for personnel in the background. We have only sailed on the Diamond (now gone), the Mariner, and the Voyager. However, since crew are moved around, there was a possibility that we would recognize someone that we had travelled with before. No luck on that.