Seven Seas Mariner is one of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ intimate, luxury cruise ships. She’s in a class of vessels known for offering a unique take on cruising, with services and amenities onboard that showcase a timeless grace rather than bigness and boldness. Seven Seas Mariner approaches cruising by giving passengers beautiful and chic appointments, as well as impeccable attention, everywhere they go.
Seven Seas Mariner recently received at $25 million upgrade to keep her in tip-top shape. She’s now one of the most elegant vessels to sail the open ocean, and she provides a stylish, yet cozy, ambiance while allowing passengers access to innovations and many big-ship luxuries. Seven Seas Mariner holds just 700 people, so if you like a little breathing room while you’re cruising, she’s probably perfect for you.
Thinking about taking a cruise to an exotic destination like Rio de Janeiro, Venice, Barcelona, Rome, or Monte Carlo? Consider voyaging to those places on Silver Seas Mariner. Book a short (by Mariner standards) 12-day cruise from Buenos Aires to Rio or opt for a grand 72-night Miami to Miami excursion. Of course, there are many types of itineraries for you to choose from in between.
Dining on Seven Seas Explorer can be an elaborate or casual experience. Restaurants on the ship, such as La Veranda and Compass Rose, are perfect for enjoying a fine meal any time of day. Coffee Connection is a great place for relaxing over a cappuccino or cup of tea, and it’s ideal for picking up quick bites for breakfast or lunch. The Pool Grill is the place to be for snacks and sandwiches outdoors, and Signatures is one of two restaurants of its kind on the ocean serving gourmet French fare.
Bars and Clubs
There are plenty of exquisite spaces to enjoy a spirit or beer on Seven Seas Mariner. The Connoisseur Club offers a club-like atmosphere for sipping a rare vintage cognac or port. Horizon Lounge is where you can go if you want to unwind with an after-dinner drink and listen to live music. In Mariner Lounge, it’s fun to mingle with friends over a pre-dinner cocktail.
Opportunities to be entertained on Seven Seas Mariner come every morning, day, and night. In the ship’s Constellation Lounge, you can sink into plush seats and enjoy a musical review, rousing cabaret performance, or Cirque-style show – all backed by Seven Seas Mariner’s Regent Signature Orchestra. If you feel like being pampered, you can visit the ship’s Canyon Ranch Spa Club (the same famous spa that opened in Arizona in 1979) and get a seaweed body treatment or aromatherapy massage. For fun outdoors, the pool deck is always welcoming with a gorgeous teak wood flooring, a huge heated pool, and two whirlpools.
To find out more about what you can expect on a Seven Seas Mariner cruise, and to book a journey to somewhere magical, visit the Regent Seven Seas website.
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