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Regent Seven Seas Mariner

Seven Seas Mariner is the world's first all-suite, all-balcony ship, offering undeniable luxury, comfort, and of course stunning views. Catering to only 700 guests, she is one of the most spacious cruise ships afloat, and her 450-strong crew means they can provide a guest-to-staff ratio of 1 to 1.6. Providing the highest level of personal service to the most discerning of travellers, as is the tradition on the six-star Regent Seven Seas Cruises, let Seven Seas Mariner transport you around the world in elegance and sophistication.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/2001
Tonnage 50000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 6
Number Of Decks 9
Number Of Elevators 5
Number Of Pools 1
Number Of Restaurants 3
Maximum Capacity 708/752
Crew 445
Refurbished 01/01/2009

Ship Facilities

Onboard Seven Seas Mariner, the luxury experience is made even better when you dine in any of the four gourmet restaurants, which are all included in the cost of the fare. Otherwise, enjoy superb anytime dining in any of the other exquisite open seated restaurants. Simply request a table and you will be seated promptly!

  • Compass Rose- serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with fine dining dishes from around the world, guests can enjoy a spacious restaurant, delicious flavours and attentive service throughout their meals.
  • La Veranda- serving breakfast and lunch, this busy buffet-style restaurant serves dishes from around the world alongside beautiful views.
  • Pool Grill- for an al fresco mealtime, look no further than the Pool Grill, where you can get everything from made-to-order grilled sandwiches to fresh, gourmet salads.
  • Prime 7- an American steakhouse with a contemporary flare, this restaurant will leave your mouth watering and your taste buds tingling.
  • Sette Mari at La Veranda- come the evening and La Veranda turns into an intimate, al fresco dining venue with authentic Italian dishes prepared to perfection and expertly paired with fine wines.
  • Chartreuse- the perfect restaurant for those looking to escape the crowds for a mealtime, this intimate venue has introduced a new level of fine French dining to the high seas.

Pre-dinner, you will find Horizon Lounge the perfect place to relax and unwind, while during dinner time the in-house resident musicians provide sophisticated, daily entertainment. After dinner, the Star's Lounge is the place to go with friends for tantalising cocktails and to dance the night away. Fun is always the priority in the casino, where you can try your luck at roulette, black jack and other table games. For an extended nightcap, turn to the Observation Lounge for a starry evening or visit the Connoisseur Club for an extensive selection of fine cigars.

Alternatively, the Constellation Theater provides entertainment on a larger scale in utmost comfort, allowing guests to revel in Regent Sevens Seas' truly spectacular circus productions and rousing cabarets.

Spa and fitness

Relax in the Canyon Ranch SpaClub, which is one of only a handful in the world, and indulge in therapies that restore, relax and rejuvenate mind, body and spirit. Treat yourself to a new look in the salon or have one of the indulgent beauty services on offer. On the other hand, if you're looking to get a little more active, join an energising class in the fully-equipped fitness centre.

Recreation

Onboard Seven Seas Mariner, guests can enjoy that perfect day, every day. The Pool Deck is the centre of open-air recreation and relaxation. Ease into the heated resort-style pool or inviting whirlpool. Throughout your voyage, attend a complimentary enriching lecture or learn from a true gourmand the art of wine and food pairing. Seat yourself on one of the plush chairs in the library and enjoy a classic novel, or take your pick from a selection of DVDs and board games available. How does a card tournament sound? See what's happening in the Card & Conference room.

To keep you going throughout the day, why not try one of the speciality coffees and teas made by trained baristas in Coffee Connection, complimented by freshly baked cakes and pastries.

Customer reviews for Regent Seven Seas Mariner

We have just returned from a cruise on the Regent Mariner and must say it was perfect we could not fault a thing. Many thanks to your staff at Iglu for swift and efficient service especially Paul of the sales team we shall certainly look to Iglu for our cruise Mr and Mrs D Wilson Kent

The cruise was once again excellent it was our 5th cruise with the company, but because of the fire at Rome airport our return journey was disappointing.The original flight was cancelled so a delay of 4 hours was incurred. We believe the company and BA did try to ease the problem for example Regent took us on a coach ride around Rome but we still had 5 hours in terminal 3 with no seating or food because that was the area that suffered fire damage.It was unfortunate that our arrival at the airport could not have been delayed for at least 2 more hours as the situation was known Some passengers did feel abandoned. We went over 8 hours with no food. It was not a good finish

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First time with RSSC and on Mariner and expectations were high considering the cost of their cruises. We felt the ship's decor was understated, if not bland and cheerless. Restaurants and Bars were excellent as were the staff serving in them. The standard of food and beverages was also excellent. The entertainment in the theatre was poor, with an accent on single musicians, which was disappointing for a wide variety of nationalities with catholic tastes. Although there were plenty of sun loungers on the pool deck and above, it was disappointing that Deck 6, which had loads of deck space, was not utilised at all. It would have provided guests with a shaded part of the ship to relax and enjoy fresh sea air, but, for some unknown reason, was left empty and unused. The greatest surprise and delight was the huge stateroom and shower room. They were easily the best we have experienced in almost 20 cruises with many cruise lines. Finally, unless there is a great deal on offer, I doubt we will sail with RSSC again, we simply could not justify the standard expenditure for what we would obtain in return.

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