Regent Seven Seas Mariner

The Regent Mariner ship is to passengers what Regent's world-renowned resort hotels are to its guests, foremost because this is the world's first all-suite, all balcony ocean liner. Everyone onboard Regent Seven Seas Mariner cruises gets a view of the passing seas and coastal scenery from the privacy of their own rooms.

Because the Seven Seas Mariner cruise ship carries only 700 passengers, not only does everyone have better accommodations, but there also is more public spaces onboard for restaurants, fitness centers, nightclubs, etc.. And it has an exceptional and practically unbeatable 1:1.6 staff to guest ratio, which ensures that everyone is carefully attended with the best service.

The Regent Mariner offers loads of exciting and relaxing activities onboard, and excursions in ports of call throughout the Caribbean, South America, Alaska, and the distant Pacific.

Regent Seven Seas Mariner - Destinations

Regent Seven Seas Mariner has several widely differing itineraries from which you can choose. Choose from cruises to Alaska, the Caribbean & Mexico, the South Pacific, South America, Tahiti, the Panama Canal, and Costa Rica. In fact, Regent Seven Seas Mariner cruises allow guests to take longer tours or to jump on for different exciting legs within the longer Regent Seven Seas Mariner cruises, offering more choice in finding the destinations you've always wanted to visit.

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South America

From Fort Lauderdale the Regent Mariner sails through the Caribbean and across the Panama Canal, then down the South American Coast. She sails from Callao and Pisco, Peru, to Coquimbo, Valparaiso (Santiago), and Puerto Montt, Chile; she cruises through the icy Chilean Fjords and around Cape Horn with stops in Port Williams and Port Stanley. Then, on to the anything-but-icy Buenos Aires.

Other possible ports of call in South America include the Amazon River city of Manaus; Montevideo, Uruguay; Rio de Janeiro, Boca Da Valeria, and more. Plus, cruises up the mighty Amazon River are also included on many itineraries.


The next two tours aboard the Regent Mariner are 14 night trips from coast to coast, through the Panama Canal, between Ft. Lauderdale and Los Angeles. Ports of call on this Regent Mariner adventure include Grand Cayman's Georgetown, San Andres Island, Puntarenas, Huatulco, Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas and San Diego.

Travelers aboard Regent Seven Seas Mariner cruises wanting a taste of Bermuda will love the 9-day cruise from Fort Lauderdale that spends three amazing days in Hamilton, Bermuda, before stopping also in the Old South ports of Charleston, SC, Savannah, GA and Port Canaveral, Fl.


Set out for the Northern waters of Vancouver and enjoy the mighty glaciers and forests and snow-capped peaks of Alaska. Visit ports such as Prince Rupert, B.C, Juneau, Skagway, Sitka, Hubbard Glacier and Seward.

A seven-night cruise in mid-June skips Seward but stops in Ketchikan instead, and in July, her week to ten-day Alaska cruises also stop in Whittier, AK. The exciting Alaskan glacier cruises continue through mid-September, when Mariner departs on a longer journey across the Pacific. Offering a blend unlike any other cruise, she starts from Whittier, Alaska and stops in Kodiak, Dutch Harbor, coastal Kamchatka, Hakodate, Sendai and Tokyo.

Asia and Australia

For an amazing sampler of the far East, journey from Tokyo to Nagasaki, Dalian, Trianjin (Beijing), Shangai, Ishigaki, Keelung (Taipei), and on to Hong Kong.
From Hong Kong is a two-week Asia tour that heads to Hong Gai, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Bangkok, and on to Singapore.

Other cruises allow you to journey from Singapore to Sydney, Bali, Komodo Islands, Darwin, Thursday Island, Cairns, and Hayman Island along the way.

Another two-week Regent Mariner cruise sets out from Sydney to Melbourne, Tasmania, Milford Sound, Port Chalmers, Lyttelton, Picton, Napier, Tauranga, and finally Auckland, New Zealand. In November, Marine sets out across the Pacific again, from Aukland to Los Angeles, with ports of call including, Bay of Islands, Raratonga, Bora Bora, Moorea, three stops in Tahiti, and five sailing days to L.A.

Seven Seas Mariner - Accommodations

The first ship on the seas to offer balconies in all of her rooms, the Seven Seas Mariner cruise ship has ten different suites, from the 2,002 sq. ft. Master suite, which includes butler service, two balconies, 2 bedrooms, and many amenities, to the cozy H Class, 252 sq. ft. room which still offers a balcony and a king sized bed. Many varieties of size and floor plan are between the two, and all suites have, interactive TV, VCR, bar, robes, and private baths.

Master Suite

2,002 sq. ft.
Suite: 1,204 sq. ft.
Side Balcony: 71 sq. ft.
Fwd. Balcony: 727 sq. ft.
2 bedrooms
Master Suites include Butler Service

Grand Suite

987 sq. ft.
Suite: 903 sq. ft.
Balcony: 84 sq. ft.
Grand Suites include Butler Service

Mariner Suite

739 sq. ft.
Suite: 650 sq. ft.
Balcony: 89 sq. ft.
Mariner Suites include Butler Service

Seven Seas Suite (Forward)

602 sq. ft.
Suite: 505 sq. ft.
Balcony: 97 sq. ft.
Seven Seas (forward) Suites include Butler Service

Seven Seas Suite (Aft)

847 sq. ft.
Suite: 561 sq. ft.
Balcony: 286 sq. ft.
Seven Seas (aft) Suites include Butler Service

Horizon Suite

627 sq. ft.
Suite: 359 sq. ft.
Balcony: 268 sq. ft.
Horizon Suite includes Butler Service

Penthouse Suite

449 sq. ft.
Suite: 376 sq. ft.
Balcony: 73 sq. ft.
Penthouse Suite includes Butler Service

Seven Seas Mariner - Dining

When it's time to dine, whether you're looking for a jacket and tie-affair or a quick bite in your flip-flops, you'll find it onboard. La Veranda is a casual Mediterranean Bistro with a view, and Latitudes is a reservation-only, intimate environment that features international nouvelle cuisine. Signatures restaurant features the cuisine of Le Cordon Bleu, the famous Parisian cooking school, while the Compass Rose is the main dining room; the latter has continental and spa cuisine and guests are treated to a great view.

Seven Seas Mariner - Activities

On each voyage, passengers have the opportunity to listen to a guest expert lecturer present informal talks or slide shows about the unique places you'll be visiting. Learn about the Aztecs on a Mexico cruise or Renaissance art before a stop in Venice, Italy.
Learn some more culinary skills during Seven Seas Mariner's Le Cordon Bleu Class Culinaire, which is available on select sailings. It's a hands-on experience taught by chefs trained in the Le Cordon Bleu method of classic French cooking.

With all the extra room onboard, the Regent Mariner has an expanded fitness center and aerobics studio, which has golf cages, life cycles, free weights, stair-masters, step benches, and more, all with a view from the top deck. There also is a Parisian style spa, with massage and beauty techniques developed and proven in the French Carita approach.

In the evenings you can hang out in the romantic Observation Lounge, dance or karaoke at the Stars Nightclub or enjoy the pleasures of an old-style English Club. A casino features blackjack, craps, roulette, and slots, and the amazing Art Deco constellation theater offers musical acts in the lounge style.

Regent Seven Seas Mariner - Cruise Reservations

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