Seven Seas Mariner ship stats

  • Price:

    $$$$
  • Size:

    S
  • Total Passengers:

    700
  • Total Crew:

    445
  • Passenger to Crew Ratio:

    1.57
  • Built:

    Jan 2001
  • Refurbished:

    Apr 2018
  • Number of Decks:

    8
  • Cabin Categories:

    13
  • Gross Tonnage:

    50,000
  • Length:

    709
  • Beam:

    93

Seven Seas Mariner overview

Christened in March 2001, Seven Seas Mariner is the world's first all-balcony, all-suite vessel. Sweeping glass doors open onto your private balcony, so you can sit back in a lounge chair, sip a drink from your in-suite bar, and watch the world go by right from your indoor/outdoor living room. There are four restaurants, all of which offer single open-seating dining. Each night's dinner venue selection is a most pleasant quandary, with an exclusive Le Cordon Bleu restaurant and a poolside grill bar from which to choose. And, in the six-star tradition of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Seven Seas Mariner provides the highest level of personalized service, with a staff-to-guest ratio of 1:1.6.

Seven Seas Mariner ratings:

  • Cabin / Stateroom 4.3
  • Children's Programs 3.3
  • Destinations and Excursions 3.8
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation 4.4
  • Entertainment 3.7
  • Food and Dining 4.1
  • Onboard Activities 3.5
  • Service and Staff 4.3
  • Ship Quality 4.2

Seven Seas Mariner cabins

13 cabin categories.

Suite Cabin

Suite

3.6
(41 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 467 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $795/night

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Seven Seas Mariner dining

Coffee Connection

Coffee Connection

5.0
(1 Review)
Sette Mari at La Veranda

Sette Mari at La Veranda

Room Service

Room Service

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Seven Seas Mariner onboard activities

Pool Bar

Pool Bar

Observation Lounge

Observation Lounge

The Casino

The Casino

Pool Deck

Pool Deck

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89 Seven Seas Mariner Reviews

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Fantastic experience. Amazing food, everywhere on board. Engaging wonderful staff. They read my mind. by thouser

Sail date: / Traveled as: Singles/Friends
Ship: Seven Seas Mariner

Even though we had many ports cxld on us because the ports feared Covid, we made the best of it on the best cruise line out there. They gave us 2 overnights in SFO at the end instead of 3 ports in Mexico. They also gave us 25% off our next cruise if booked in a year and sail within 2 yrs. So that was very generous and the staff was so wonderful that we soon didn't care about the ports at all. We loved the ship and loved being at sea on Regent. 18nts turned out to be not enough. I didn't want to leave.

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More than a 3 day cruise!!! by jbandejwood

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Seven Seas Mariner

The thing that hurts the most is that now 3 weeks after the cruise that NOT ONE person from Regent has reached out or contacted us. Regent has reacted unlike a top cruise line, more like one that cares less about its guests in times of crisis. We have already booked 2 more cruises with Regent this year and next, but apparently Regent has no empathy for its "guests" making them like other cruise lines that DO NOT CARE about guests. Many passengers we spoke with on board also left Regents lack of consideration for its guest. We would hope that Regent would be more proactive and have a greater concern for it "guest"

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Great South Pacific cruise by ladyfern

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Seven Seas Mariner / Destination: South Pacific

Enjoyed the cruise, only negative was our suite, it needed to be refurbished looked worn and carpet needed a good cleaning

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Kennicott

Nov 06, 2014

If doing a back to back, make sure you have a cabin key card that doesn't become obsolete the second segment otherwise you may find yourself off the ship and not able to get back on.

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