Spacious accommodations: Regent Seven Seas offers extremely spacious suites. The smallest in Regent’s fleet measure 301 square feet while the largest measures more than 2,000 square feet. All, except for a few suites on Navigator, feature balconies.
Fine food: Mariner and Voyager feature four dining venues. Two are reservations only: Signatures by Le Cordon Bleu; and the contemporary steakhouse Prime 7. Featuring open seating are La Veranda, an elegant all-day dining venue, also offering al fresco dining; and Compass Rose, the main dining room. Navigator features all dining venues except for Signatures.
Round-the-clock room service: Also offered is complimentary in-suite dining including selections from the main dining room during dinner hours.
Free pours. Complimentary beverages including select champagnes, wines and spirits served throughout the ship; in-suite refrigerator replenished daily with soft drinks, beer and bottled water.
Unlimited Shore Excursions: Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers free shore excursions on all voyages.
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Explorers: A Regent Seven Seas cruise vacation takes guests off the beaten path, helping travelers gain knowledge and appreciation of the world’s most exciting and interesting destinations. The imaginative itineraries, unique shore excursions (included in the cruise fare) and land tours are enhanced by insightful presentations by guest experts. Regent Seven Seas visits more than 300 ports worldwide on six continents, including Antarctica.
Gourmands and connoisseurs: The Regent Seven Seas fleet of luxury ships provides guests the highest standard of cruising excellence, with Le Cordon Bleu menus, spa and fitness by Canyon Ranch SpaClub, and superior space and service ratios.
Regent Seven Seas Included Values
+ value-added Regent Seven Seas extras!
♦ FREE gratuities
♦ FREE roundtrip air from select gateways
♦ FREE shore excursions
♦ FREE bottled water, sodas, specialty coffees and teas
♦ FREE fine wines and premium spirits in bars, restaurants, on deck
♦ FREE in-suite mini bar replenished daily
♦ FREE specialty restaurants
♦ FREE luxury hotel package
♦ FREE ground transfers
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Seven Seas Mariner - Cruise Ship Review - Passenger Reviews
Catering to only 700 guests, Seven Seas Mariner is one of the most spacious cruise ships afloat. The vessel’s staff to guest ratio of 1 staff member for every 1.6 guests provides the one of the industry’s highest levels of personal service.
The 700-passenger, all-suite, all-balcony Mariner, along with sister Voyager, are luxurious and spacious, offering multiple elegantly designed lounges, restaurants and suites in rich fabrics and warm colors. Every stateroom is a well-appointed mini palace boasting a verandah — in fact, the Mariner was the first all-balcony ship back in 2001 when she debuted. Some 445 gracious European and international crew dote on guests, leaving nothing to chance.
Public rooms include a glamorous two-deck theater for Vegas-style production shows, a disco, casino and an atmospheric Observation Lounge set high up on the top deck. Enjoy 180-degree sea views from the curved bar and plush seating. You’ll also find a well-stocked library, a clubby cigar lounge, a card room, Internet center, gym and Canyon Ranch spa offering a host of rejuvenating treatments.
Stroll to the spacious Deck 11 and take a dip in the pool or one of three hot tubs, or just chill out on a deck chair and revel in the beautiful surroundings both onboard and off. For a bit of outdoor exercise, avail of the a paddle-tennis court, golf driving nets, shuffleboard courts, and jogging track.
Dining On Seven Seas Mariner
At mealtime, take your pick of four chic restaurants, including a single, open-seating main dining room, plus an indoor/outdoor casual restaurant, and for dinner only, two intimate reservations-only (but no-charge) restaurants, one serving exquisite French cuisine and the other steak and seafood. If you don’t want to stroll too far from your chaise lounge, dine on grilled food served poolside.
Suites On Regent Seven Seas Mariner
When retiring to your cabin, chances are it will be a dreamy Deluxe Suite, 252 square-foot abodes with 49-square-foot balconies that comprise the bulk of the ship’s accommodations. Indulgent marble bathrooms are some of the best at sea, boasting an oversized walk-in shower with marble bench (or some have a tub and shower, or shower only).
The top suites include the forward-facing, 1,204-square-foot Master Suites with two balconies and at the stern, and the 359-square-foot Horizon Suites, which have relaxing views of the ship’s wake.
All staterooms have king-size beds convertible to twins, bathrobes and slippers, flatscreen TV with DVD player, stocked mini-fridge and a large walk-in closet. What more could one ask for? Balconies aren’t perfectly private though, as the walls separating them do not extend all the way to the edge of the ship’s rail. The Penthouses on up to Master Suites all include butler service – but of course.
The Seven Seas Mariner is an all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship, with suites ranging in size from 301 to 2,002 sq.ft. The ship offers every luxury you would expect, from a specialty restaurant operated under the auspices of Le Cordon Bleu to the world's premier spa - Canyon Ranch SpaClub. The Country Club-Casual atmosphere onboard makes for an onboard ambiance that is personal, individual, and accomodating. "Upscale but not uptight" as they like to refer to it.
A Regent Seven Seas specialty is to include extra values, such as free roundtrip airfare from select gateways, free shore excursions, free beverages - including fine wines, beer and premium spirits, soft drinks, bottled water, specialty coffees and tea served throughout the ship - and free in-suite mini-bar replenished daily with soft drinks, beer and bottled water. Regent prices also include all staff gratuities.
Year Built 2001 ♦
Year Refurbished 2009 ♦
Ship's Class: Mariner Class ♦
Country of Registry Bahamas ♦
Tonnage 48,000 metric tons (a volume measurement, not weight) ♦
Length 709 ft - 212 m ♦
Cruising Speed 20 knots ♦
Passenger Capacity (double occupancy) 700 ♦
Passenger Decks 8 ♦
Officers and Crew 445 ♦
Officer's Nationality European ♦
Crew and Hotel Staff Nationality International ♦
Passengers to Staff Ratio 1.57 to 1
Total 350 ♦
Suites with Balcony 350 ♦
Oceanview with Balcony 0 (none) ♦
Oceanview without Balcony 0 (none) ♦
Inside 0 (none) ♦
Accessible Cabins (all categories) 6 ♦
Regent Seven Seas Cruises' cabins are elegant, with thoughtful and comfortable design. Amenties in all cabins include luxury bedding, refrigerator, satellite TV programming, and complimentary room service.
TV with music channels ♦
CD Player ♦
iPod dock ♦
In-Cabin Movies ♦
In-Cabin Internet Access ♦
Private Safe ♦
Open Seating Dining allows you to be seated any time the Compass Rose main restaurant or La Veranda is open ♦
Specialty Restaurants: La Veranda, Signatures, Prime 7. Signatures menus carry the seal of Le Cordon Bleu ♦
Unlike other cruise lines, there is no charge in the specialty restaurants ♦
There is no traditional 1st and 2nd sitting on Regent Seven Seas cruise ships ♦
Dress code on Regent Seven Seas is "Elegant Casual, with Formal Optional evenings on cruises 16 days or longer" ♦
In-suite dining, served course-by-course during restaurant hours ♦
24 Hour Food Service Available
Bars and Lounges ♦
Card Room/Game Room
Sports and Activities
Outdoor Pool ♦
Fitness Center ♦
Outdoor Fitness Track ♦
Paddle Tennis ♦
Spa and Wellness
Full Service Spa ♦
MedSpa Services ♦
Sauna or Steam Room ♦
Beauty Salon ♦
Fitness Assessment ♦
Health and Nutrition Evaluation
Children and Teens
Family Cabins ♦
Organized Age-Specific Activities ♦
Youth Staff ♦
Teen Programs ♦
Other Facilities and Services
Duty Free Shops and Boutiques ♦
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Service ♦