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Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Entered Service: March 2001
Onboard currency: USD
Passengers (lower berths): 708
Length: 217.3 metres
Beam: 29.0 metres
Draft: 6.5 metres
Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Mariner is a cruise ship for Regent Seven Seas Cruises (formerly Radisson Seven Seas Cruises). She was the first all-suite, all-balcony ship in the world and her hallmarks include generous amenities and a generous spaciousness of 1 to 1.6 staff-to-guest ratio to ensure the absolute highest level of personal service.
Sister ship Seven Seas Voyager, which entered service 2 years later, continued this theme and has improvements in some areas such as public-room warmth and bathroom layout.
Although Seven Seas Mariner was built in 2001, she has been kept in impeccable condition as Regent regularly invents in their ships’ upkeep.
The cruise ticket is all-inclusive including meals in speciality restaurants, alcohol and shore excursions ensuring that once onboard, it’s indulgence and enjoyment at ones’ leisure.
The Mariner is popular with cruisers in their 60s and 70s who are well-heeled and know what they like. They tend to be well-travelled, sophisticated and, for the most part, tolerant and patient. Affluent retirees form a substantial percentage, especially on longer itineraries. Most passengers are repeaters. Interestingly, despite its exclusivity, Seven Seas Mariner is one of few premium ships to genuinely welcome families by offering dedicated children’s program during school holidays. On some cruises, up to 20 percent may be made up of families traveling with children of all ages.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is part of Prestige Cruise Holdings, which has recently been sold to Norwegian Cruise Line.
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