Currently the largest ship in the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, the Seven Seas Mariner has one of the highest passenger space ratios in the industry. With 354 outside view cabins and 445 members of crew the ship offers a premium service.
The Mariner is a highly equipped vessel with excellent facilities that include a stunning observation lounge, a well stocked library, a shopping centre, a casino, a gallery and much more. With hospitality being of utmost importance passengers will be kept soundly entertained, whether it be enjoying a performance in the Constellation Theatre or unwinding in the Carita of Paris operated spa and beauty salon.
Diners will enjoy an array of creative and flavoursome dishes in one of the ship's four splendid restaurants, which cater for all ages and tastes. Alternatively passengers may choose to take advantage of a 24-hour room service menu and dine within their own cabin.
Every age group can be provided for on cruises aboard the Seven Seas Mariner, be it young or old. On board this comfortable and elegant boat one may relax and enjoy the voyage safe in the knowledge that all their needs will be met.
SEVEN SEAS MARINER ACCOMMODATION
Seven Seas Mariner Suites
Seven Seas Mariner suites include
SEVEN SEAS MARINER DINING
The Seven Seas Mariner has four dining venues offering a variety of premium cuisine on an open-seating basis.
Compass Rose Restaurant
The largest of the four eateries able to provide 570 diners with first-rate meals.
An intimate, oriental-style dining spot serving Indochine dishes with table side preparation.
A 120-seat restaurant providing classic French cuisine in a magnificent Cordon Bleu style.
A large, self-serving café flowing pleasantly onto the outer deck.
SEVEN SEAS MARINER ENTERTAINMENT
SEVEN SEAS MARINER SPA AND FITNESS
If you would like more information on the Seven Seas Mariner or if you would like to discuss a cruise, please call one of our Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677.
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|6 Jan 2015||Auckland to Sydney||14 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|6 Jan 2015||Auckland to Papeete||30 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|20 Jan 2015||Sydney to Papeete||26 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|20 Jan 2015||GRAND VOYAGE: Sydney to Papeete||16 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|4 Feb 2015||GRAND VOYAGE: Papeete to Papeete||10 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|4 Feb 2015||Papeete to Lima (Callao)||26 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|14 Feb 2015||GRAND VOYAGE: Papeete to Lima (Callao)||16 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|14 Feb 2015||Papeete to Buenos Aires||36 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|2 Mar 2015||GRAND VOYAGE: Lima (Callao) to Buenos Aires||20 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|2 Mar 2015||Lima (Callao) to Rio De JAneiro||31 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|22 Mar 2015||GRAND VOYAGE: Buenos Aires to Rio De Janeiro||11 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|22 Mar 2015||Buenos Aires to Barcelona||29 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|2 Apr 2015||GRAND VOYAGE: Rio De Janeiro to Barcelona||18 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|2 Apr 2015||Rio De Janeiro to Venice||28 days||Seven Seas Mariner|
|20 Apr 2015||Barcelona to Venice||10 days||Seven Seas Mariner|