A World of Luxury - Miami Roundtrip, 5 January 2020 (133 nights)

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Ship:
Regent Seven Seas Mariner
Line:
Regent Seven Seas
Departure:
Miami
Depart Date:
5th January 2020
Duration:
133 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
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Cruise Type:
Fly Cruise

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  • Up to 385 Free Shore Excursions
  • FREE Business Class Flights 
  • Visit 30 Countires, on 6 Continets, and visit 36 UNESCO World Heritage Sites 
  • All Inclusive Cruise
  • Free Excursions
  • Inclusive Drinks
  • Tips Included
  • Free Wifi
  • Free Flights
Deluxe Veranda Suite from
£52,474 pp
Concierge Suite from
£55,891 pp
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Holiday Features

Mariner - All Suite, All Balcony for just 700 Guests

  • Unlimited Shore Excursions.
  • Return Flights & Transfers.
  • Unlimited Beverages Including Fine Wines and Premium Spirits.
  • Business Class Air in Penthouse Suites and Higher on Europe Voyages.
  • Open Bars and Lounges PLUS In-Suite Mini-bar Replenished Daily.
  • Pre-Paid Gratuities.
  • 24-hour Room Service and NO Charge for Specialty Restaurants.
  • Elegant Casual Dress Code - Formal and Semi-Formal Attire Optional on Sailings of 16 Nights or Longer.
  • Welcome Bottle of Champagne.
  • In-Suite Dining, Served Course-By-Course During Restaurant Hours.
  • L'Occitane® soaps, shampoos and lotions.
  • Butler Service in Penthouse Suites and Higher, Included iPad in suite, iPod® Docking Station and Complimentary In-Suite Mini-Bar Setup.
  • Fitness Programs, Sauna and Steam Rooms in the Spa.
  • Onboard Activities Including Expert Guest Lectures, Theatre Performance and Day-Time Entertainment.
  • Interactive Flat Screen Television in Each Suite With Extensive Media Library and Complimentary Movies-On-Demand.
  • Up to four gourmet restaurants including the iconic steakhouse Prime 7, plus haute French cuisine at Signatures, Continental dining at Compass Rose, casual indoor and outdoor dining at La Veranda, our new Tuscan-inspired evening restaurant Setti Mari at La Veranda and the al fresco Pool Grill.
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Fly from the UK
2 Miami PM
3 Straits of Florida - Cruising
4 George Town, Grand Cayman
George Town, Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman is home to the island’s capital George Town. The city is famous for Seven Mile Beach, one of the world’s best beaches, and watersports ranging from jet skiing to windsurfing. If you like snorkelling, then take a trip to Stingray City. You won’t be disappointed. Before you leave Grand Cayman, don’t forget to try the delicious local Tortuga Rum Cake and, if you have time, explore the legendary Cayman Wall on board a submarine.
AM PM
5 Caribbean Sea - Cruising
6 Cartagena, Colombia AM PM
7 Panama Canal Transit
8 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
9 Puntarenas
Puntarenas
One of the major attractions here is the La Paz Waterfalls where you'll find one of the world's largest enclosed butterfly parks.
AM PM
10 San Juan Del Sur
San Juan Del Sur
Most ships will dock at one of the berths directly in Old San Juan. Occasionally ships will dock at Frontier Pier, about a 10 minute cab ride from Old San Juan, or at the Pan-American Pier, which is about 15 minutes away from Old San Juan. Metered taxis are readily available at all ports.
AM PM
11 Puerto Quetzal
Puerto Quetzal
This charming port city on the Pacific coast of Guatemala is home to the beautiful, iridescent Quetzal bird, which was once sacred to the Mayan civilization that once ruled over this land.
PM PM
12 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
13 Zihuatanejo AM PM
14 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
15 Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas
Situated at the very tip of the world's longest peninsula, this once-sleepy Baja cannery village of Cabo San Lucas calmly watches the cool Pacific Ocean merge with the Sea of Cortez.
AM PM
16 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
17 San Diego AM PM
18 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
19-20 San Francisco - Overnight onboard PM PM
21-25 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
26-27 Honolulu - Overnight onboard AM PM
28 Kahului, Maui AM PM
29 Hilo, Hawaii AM PM
30-33 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
34 Nuku Hiva, Taiohae AM PM
35 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
36 Fakarava AM PM
37 Moorea
Moorea
Moorea has often been likened to James Michener’s mythological island, Bali Ha’i. A jewel in the Polynesian Sea, its lush, jagged vistas, encircled by deep blue ocean, resemble a vast star shaped garden, branching out into eight valleys. You can walk bare foot on clean, quiet beaches, bask in the warm caress of the sun and swim in crystalline lagoons. You can explore the tropical landscapes and watch locals plait and braid baskets using local palm trees.
AM PM
37-38 Papeete, Tahiti - Overnight onboard PM PM
39 Bora Bora
Bora Bora
Bora Bora is an island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the Pacific Ocean. The island, located about 230 kilometres (140 mi) northwest of Papeete, is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. In the center of the island are the remnants of an extinct volcano rising to two peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 727 metres (2,385 ft).
AM PM
40-41 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
42 Pago Pago AM PM
43 International Dateline (Lost Day) - Crossing
43 Apia AM PM
44 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
45 Lautoka AM PM
46-47 Pacific Ocean - Cruising
48-49 Auckland - Overnight onboard PM PM
50 Tauranga
Tauranga
Tauranga is the most populous city in the Bay of Plenty region, in the North Island of New Zealand.
AM PM
51 Napier AM PM
52 Wellington
Wellington
New Zealand’s capital and cruise port Wellington, is blessed with a wonderful setting, overlooking a glittering harbour filled with bobbing sailing boats. Behind the gleaming modern skyscrapers of its centre, you will find the city’s history well preserved in some outstanding old buildings – notably the old Government Building, built in 1876, which is the second-largest wooden building in the world.
AM PM
53-54 Tasman Sea - Cruising
55-57 Sydney - 2 Overnights onboard PM PM
58 Tasman Sea - Cruising
59 Brisbane
Brisbane
Lying on the banks of the Brisbane River, this cosmopolitan city boasts elegant 19th century sandstone buildings, a lively cultural scene and superb parklands. Brisbane is also the gateway to adventures with a uniquely Australian flavor, whether it is to a wildlife park, the rain-forested Mount Tamborine plateau, or the dazzling beaches of Queensland's fabled Gold Coast.
AM PM
60 Coral Sea - Cruising
61 Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach, Queensland, Australia.
AM PM
62 Cairns AM PM
63 Cooktown AM PM
64 The Torres Strait
65 Arafura Sea - Cruising
66 Darwin
Darwin
The quirky outpost of Darwin boasts museums, botanical gardens and the Adelaide River - home to the famous jumping crocodiles. It's a place where memories are born and adventure is a given.
AM PM
67 Timor Sea - Cruising
68 Indian Ocean - Cruising
69-70 Benoa, Bali - Overnight onboard AM PM
71 Surabaya AM PM
72 Java Sea - Cruising
73-74 Singapore - Overnight onboard PM PM
75 Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang)
Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang)
For Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur cruise ships must dock at the deepwater cruise port Kelang, which is 90 minutes drive away. This, though, is good news for cruise visitors because, along the way to the capital, you not only see the magnificent Salahuddin ‘Blue’ Mosque - the largest in southeast Asia with room for 16,000 worshippers - but also visit the Batu Caves where a stone staircase with 272 steps leads up to a Hindu Shrine. If you make the effort, you are rewarded with the company of scores of monkeys which live around the caves.
AM PM
76 Penang AM PM
77 Langkawi
Langkawi
Langkawi,officially known as Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, some 30 km off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia. Only four of the islands are inhabited - Pulau Langkawi (the main island), Pulau Tuba, Pulau Rebak and Pulau Dayang Bunting
AM PM
78 Phuket AM PM
79 Andaman Sea - Cruising
80 Bay of Bengal - Cruising
81-82 Colombo, Sri Lanka - overnight on board PM PM
83 The Laccadive Sea - Cruising
84 Cochin, India
Cochin, India
The view of the harbour is immediately recognisable even if you have never cruised to this uniquely picturesque Indian port before. For the lines of fishing nets gracefully hanging down from bamboo frames along the waterfront have inspired artists and hotographers ever since this Chinese fishing style was imported into Indias Kerala region. It is a magical welcome to a mystical place, especially its old town - Fort Kochi (Cochin). This not only has a 16th century Portuguese-built church but a 17th century synagogue for the small community that still remains from the Jewish settlers who arrived 2,000 years ago.
AM PM
85 Mangalore AM PM
86 Mormugao AM PM
87-88 Mumbai (Bombay) - Overnight onboard AM PM
89-90 Arabian Sea - Cruising
91 Muscat
Muscat
For a once in a lifetime opportunity, spend a following dolphins from a speedboat at Marina Bander.
AM PM
92 Fujairah
Fujairah
From Fujairah you can discover the desert, with its mysterious Red Dunes and traditional stone houses and villages.
AM PM
93 Dubai
Dubai
One of the most exclusive cities in the world, rich with the contrasting highlights of amazing shopping, stunning desert landscapes and a delightful coastline.
AM PM
94 Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi
Take a tour of the city and visit the spectacular Corniche or the wonderful Heritage Village.
AM PM
95 Khasab
Khasab
Khasab is a city in an exclave of Oman. It is the local capital of the Musandam peninsula. Khasab is located 500 kilometers (310 mi) from Muscat and is dubbed the "Norway of Arabia". The Portuguese built Khasab at the beginning of the 17th century at the height of their naval presence in the region. The natural harbor gave shelter from tough seas. Unlike many forts, which were built on high ground for defensive purposes, Khasab was designed as a supply point for dates and water for Portuguese ships sailing through the strait. Today, Khasab is protected from floods by three large dams.
AM PM
96 Arabian Sea - Cruising
97 Salalah
Salalah
The city of Salalah is known as the “perfume capital of Arabia.” The city is a popular destination for tourism due to the natural attractions of the nearby mountains and abundant stands of frankincense trees lining mountain wadi courses. Around the city and into the mountains the countryside is lush and green during the monsoon period with the vegetation supporting herds of cattle. The climate supports wildlife often more commonly associated with East Africa, such as leopards and hyenas. The beaches and coastline are also major attractions for scuba diving and bird watching.
PM PM
98 Arabian Sea - Cruising
99 Gulf of Aden - Cruising
100-101 Red Sea - Cruising
102 Aqaba (for Petra)
Aqaba (for Petra)
Aqaba, an ancient city carved from ochre-coloured sandstone cliffs, guaranteed to mesmerise.
AM PM
103-104 Luxor & Valley of the Kings (Safaga) AM PM
105 Red Sea - Cruising
106 Transit - Suez Canal
107-108 Haifa
Haifa
There's a popular Israeli saying: "Haifa works, Jerusalem prays and Tel Aviv plays." This is not strictly fair to Haifa, the country's third-largest city. While it's home to Israel's biggest and busiest port and has an undeniably bustling, business-like air, there's also a real resort feel about the place. The centre sprawls over the steep, lush face of Mount Carmel; the waterfront is lined with wide, sandy beaches; and the restaurants are famous throughout Israel.
AM PM
109 Mediterranean Sea - Cruising
110 Ephesus (Kusadasi)
Ephesus (Kusadasi)
Visit the Hellenistic and Roman city of Ephesus, founded in the 13th century BC. The site was first excavated in 1869 by British archaeologist, J T Wood and visitors can now see many of the Roman remains. One of the attractions of Ephesus is the fact that so much of it remains intact and little imagination is required to picture what the Roman city would have looked like.
AM PM
111 Athens (Piraeus) AM PM
112 Ionian Sea - Cruising
113 Taormina, Sicily
Taormina, Sicily
Taormina has remnants of its Greek and Roman habitation, a fine medieval quarter and castle ruins, and modern shops and restaurants. Perched on the side of Monte Tauro, the town offers fantastic views of the coast and Mt. Etna volcano. Below the town are excellent beaches where you can swim in the clear sea water.
AM PM
114 Sorrento
Sorrento
In Sorrento, there are the gardens of delight which excude an inebriating perfume of blossom in spring. The mild climate and predominantly fine weather all year round make the Sorrentine Penisular an ideal destination in any season.
AM PM
115 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Rome (Civitavecchia)
'The Eternal City' from unforgettable historical sights to exclusive designer shops, Rome really does have it all. Ensure you throw a coin into the Trevi fountain to make certain you'll return.
AM PM
116 Florence & Pisa (Livorno)
Florence & Pisa (Livorno)
For Florence and Pisa, Livorno is the perfect place for which to discover the delights of Tuscany.
AM PM
117 Monte Carlo
Monte Carlo
The fairy-tale kingdom of Monte Carlo glitters with opulence and jet-set glamour, and the action centres around its famed casinos. Inside, under gilt-edged ceilings and ornate frescoes, fortunes are made or lost. Elsewhere in Monaco are the Prince’s Palace, from which the Grimaldi dynasty has ruled since 1297; the Cathedral where Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier; and the Rock of Monaco, where gardens cascade to the sea.
AM PM
118-119 Barcelona - Overnight onboard AM PM
120 Alicante
Alicante
Alicante has a sweeping promenade with a glorious sundrenched beach - perfect for sipping sangria, sampling tapas and watching the world go by.
AM PM
121 Malaga
Malaga
Malaga is the major coastal city of Andalucia and is a genuine and typical Andaluz city with a gritty individualism untouched by tourism and, to a large extent, the passage of time.
AM PM
122-123 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
124 Ponta Delgada, Azores
Ponta Delgada, Azores
With amazing two-tone lakes and a stunning lush landscape, the Azores are somewhere you will need plenty of camera film.
AM PM
125-128 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
129-130 Hamilton, Bermuda - Overnight onboard PM PM
131-132 Atlantic Ocean - Cruising
133 Miami AM PM
133 Fly to the UK
134 Arrive in UK - Overnight flight

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Customer reviews for Regent Seven Seas Mariner

  • Regent Seven Seas Mariner
  • Regent Seven Seas
  • 10 Sep 2015

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

  • Regent Seven Seas Mariner
  • Regent Seven Seas
  • 12 May 2015

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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  • Regent Seven Seas Mariner
  • Regent Seven Seas
  • 10 Feb 2015

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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Terms and Conditions

Prices are per person based on 2 guests sharing and include all-inclusive cruise, return economy flights (or Business Class flights to Europe in Penthouse Suites & above), transfers and 1-night pre-cruise hotel stay (B&B basis) in Concierge Suites and above. Air supplements may apply. Free unlimited shore excursions are capacity controlled, and on first-come first-served basis. Spa, internet, casino, laundry and telephone costs are not included in all-inclusive fare. Offers are open to new bookings only. All fares, flights, flight upgrades, free pre-cruise hotel package and excursions are subject to availability and may be withdrawn or changed at any time. 50% Single Supplements are valid on selected sailings only and capacity controlled, subject to availability.

All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.

Note: On 13 January 2018, new European legislation is being adopted in the UK which as result will mean that we may change our required method of payment at our discretion, irrespective of how any deposit or prior payment was made.

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