Rome (Civitavecchia) to Venice Cruise
|3||Cruising the straits of messina|
|4||Mediterranean Sea Cruising|
|5||Mediterranean Sea Cruising|
|11||Mediterranean Sea Cruising|
|12||Mediterranean Sea Cruising|
|Cabin||Prices From (per person)|
|Seven Seas Mariner|
Built in 2001, Seven Seas Mariner is the sister ship to Seven Seas Voyager and offers an ultra-luxury cruise experience for no more than 700 guests.
In 2018, Seven Seas Mariner underwent an extensive refurbishment, during which time the accommodation options, public areas and restaurants were wholly reimagined. As such, Seven Seas Mariner now reflects the new-look glamour of Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor. These enhancements, combined with Regent Seven Seas’ fantastic all-inclusive value and world-class service, make Seven Seas Mariner the perfect choice of ship for those seeking a six-star cruise holiday aboard a mid-size ship.
Seven Seas Mariner Accommodation
There is a choice of eight suites of accommodation available on Seven Seas Mariner, all of which boast ocean-views courtesy of a private balcony. Elegantly appointed and resplendent with plush sofas, dark woods and soft neutral furnishings, the suites provide the perfect space in which to relax during a lazy morning or after a busy day ashore.
The suite categories on Seven Seas Mariner are as follows:
All of the suites benefit from a spacious walk-in wardrobe, a separate seating area, a television/media player, mini-bar and a luxurious King-size bed (or twin beds) – there’s even a pillow menu! The en-suite bathrooms are amongst the most impressive at sea, boasting both a shower/bathtub, complimentary L’Occitane amenities and wonderfully fluffy bathrobes.
Seven Seas Mariner Dining & Restaurants
The dining venues and restaurants on Seven Seas Mariner offer a variety of choices to suit even the most discerning diner. Regent’s flagship restaurant, Compass Rose, is the ship’s main dining room and serves up an ever-changing menu of international dishes during lunch and dinner, while Le Veranda is open for a buffet-style breakfast and lunch. The Pool Grill is more informal and serves up delicious burgers, pizza, sandwiches and other light bites throughout the day.
For a café-style snack, Coffee Connection offers everything from pastries to fresh fruit and sandwiches. Alternatively, 24-hour room service is also available should you wish to dine in your suite.
Seven Seas Mariner – Speciality Restaurants:
Seven Seas Mariner Entertainment & Facilities
During the day, the atmosphere on Seven Seas Mariner is relaxed and informal. As such, the onboard programme is relatively low key, though guests can participate in quizzes, enrichment glasses or enjoy talks given by guest speakers on selected sailings. Outside of the organised activities, the Pool Deck boasts a medium-size swimming pool, a running track and plenty of sun-loungers and seating, while the library well-stocked with a variety of books and magazines.
Seven Seas Mariner caters excellently to those with interest in fitness and wellness. The ship’s new spa centre, Serene Spa & Wellness, is a tranquil haven of peace and offers everything from massages to full body wraps. The gym boasts an array of work-out equipment and the resident fitness instructor is also available to lead classes and give one-on-one training.
In the evening, Seven Seas Mariner offers nightly entertainment in a range of venues. The Mariner Lounge is the perfect spot to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail and is open late into the night with DJs and the occasional bit of karaoke. The Constellation Theatre, a grand venue complete with tiered seating, showcases some of the best entertainment at sea, and the classy Horizon Lounge offers a relaxed environment in which to relax if you fancy something a little more informal.
Other facilities on Seven Seas Mariner include:
To find out more about cruising on Seven Seas Mariner, please call our Voyage Consultants on 0800 008 6677 or make an online enquiry for one of the voyages featured below.
|Sorry, no other sailings found for this Cruise.|