Mariner of the Seas

Inexpensive Mega SET SAIL 2003
People-watching at the Royal Promenade's English-style pub
Watching free ice-skating shows by professional ice skaters
Photo ops characters from Shrek and Kung Fu Panda
Basketball, surfing, climbing and mini-golfing on Deck 13
Tons To Do

Mariner is chockablock full of things to do for all ages, especially sporty types who can avail themselves of the ship’s climbing wall, skating rink and basketball court. Kids and parents can spend sea days in the large gym or spa, or at the many lounges and bars. Movies, trivia contests, dance classes and wine tastings are just part of the fun this action-packed mega ship offers.

Mariner of the Seas OVERVIEW

Mariner of the Seas is the last in the five-ship Voyager class, which included the largest, most groundbreaking ships in the world when they first debuted in 1999. Royal Caribbean ushered in features like the Royal Promenade, a Times-Square-meets-Bourbon-Street space with bars, shops and eateries along a wide four-story-high horizontal atrium with cabins facing the action below. In total, Mariner has 15 bars and lounges, a sprawling casino, an impressive gym and spa, and extensive spaces and programming for kids. The old "something for everyone" adage may actually apply to this giant cruiser.

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Based in Asia, Mariner's itineraries often include South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand.

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