Seven Seas Mariner

Very Expensive Small SET SAIL 2001
All-inclusive pricing means gratuities, too
Complimentary champagne welcomes you to your suite
Unlimited free shore excursions - you can take two per day
Wi-Fi throughout the ship for a nominal fee

Since launching more than a decade ago, the Seven Seas Mariner has remained a frontrunner in hospitality on the high seas, fostering guest-service relationships with a passenger to crew ratio that’s almost one to one. This bodes well for guests who value luxury on every level — be it via curated entertainment, staff-led shore excursions or expertly prepared dishes in one of six, all-inclusive dining rooms.

Seven Seas Mariner OVERVIEW

Seven Seas Mariner is a beautifully maintained, midsize ship on which every stateroom — each called a suite — has a balcony. Even the smallest suites are a sizable 252 square feet, not counting the balcony. The high crew-to-guest ratio (1 staff member per 1.6 guests) is one of the highest in the luxury cruise industry, earning Regent its consistently stellar reviews from guests and media. The Constellation Theater, which hosts nightly productions, was built so that sightlines are clear from every seat and banquette — so you’ll always have an excellent view of the Regent Signature Orchestra-accompanied, Cirque du Soleil style entertainers. More interactive entertainment is offered in the form of karaoke in the disco as well as wine-and-cheese tastings.

Even though the ambience is mostly country-club chic, guests do tend to get dressed up for formal nights. All of the specialty restaurants are complimentary; you can savor French cuisine one night and a traditional steak the next without any fees. The Pool Grill is a great place to have a casual outdoor lunch sans shoes and shirt.

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Seven Seas Mariner cruises the Caribbean during the winter months and the Mediterranean in the early spring. Recently she’s added a three-month, wintertime jaunt down to South America before returning to the Mediterranean.

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