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Seven Seas Mariner

The first all-suite, all-balcony ship in the world

Regent Seven Seas' luxurious Seven Seas Mariner, launched in March 2001, was the world's very first all-balcony, all-suite ship.

She features 280 standard ocean view suites of 28 square meters including balconies, and there are an additional 80 suites range from 35 to 100 square meters.

She was also the first to offer dining by the famed Le Cordon Bleu® of Paris in Signatures - one of four single, open-seating restaurants. Catering to only 700 guests, she is one of the most spacious cruise ships afloat,

Seven Seas Mariner of Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Feedback from passenger surveys helped guide the design of the vessel’s spacious public rooms and suites as well as the creation of an all-suite, all-balcony vessel.

In order to provide the highest levels of service for a maximum of 720 guests, the French-flagged ship carries a crew of 440. She has a French captain and French and European senior officers.

In addition to 24-hour room service, she offers four different dining venues including a main dining room accommodating her entire guest contingent in one seating. She is expected to operate worldwide itineraries.

Now she has undergone a major makeover to create and even more exciting cruise ecxperience, if that was indeed possible. The refurbishment in December 2008 - part of a £20million upgrade of all three of RSSC’s all-suite ships - included

  • Creation of a new alternative dining concept and venue - a steakhouse named Prime Seven - to replace the current Indochine-menu Latitudes restaurants
  • Re-design of lounges and public rooms to create more spacious areas for relaxation
  • Creation of elegant new lounge and dining areas around the Pool Grill
  • New carpeting, wallpaper, upholstery, light fixtures, and drapes in most public areas and guest suite accommodations
  • More casual dining options with the addition of pizza ovens and ice-cream bar

  • Vital statistics

    Operated by Regent Seven Seas Cruises
    Built by Chantier de l’Atlantique
    Entered service: March 2001
    Refurbished: 2008
    Gross tonnage: 48,000 tons
    Passengers: 708
    Passenger decks: 9
    Lifts: 6
    Crew: 445
    Cabins: 354

  • All with balcony
  • 6 with wheelchair access
  • Length: 713ft
    Width: 95ft
    Draft: 21.4
    Engines: Diesel

    Facilities

    One dining room (one sitting), one outside swimming pool, three hot tubs, casino, library, fitness centre.

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