The moment you board the Regent’s Seven Seas Mariner you transcend to luxury, walking the decks, enjoying a drink, and then settling in to your suite, now you are setting sail, your vacation begins. The luxury liner holds 700 passengers, just experienced a full makeover, and offers all suites to the guests. The changes to the ship made it the world’s first all suite, all balcony luxury liner, and is all inclusive with varying degrees of pricing.
First class all the way on the Seven Seas, exotic itineraries, gourmet cuisines, personalized service with high crew to passenger ratios. Each ship really has a distinct personality, and you need to understand when booking your liner, which one is the best fit for your vision of a dream vacation. Some of the smaller ships can go where others can’t travel, and the same is true for the larger ships, like the Mariner, offering itineraries that tantalize the spirit.
The flexible accommodations range from a small 252 square feet to 1,204 square feet, many with special amenities. The concierge amenities offered can provide priority access to shore excursions, special dining reservations, some receive free internet access, ship to shore phone privileges, and more. The penthouse suites are some that offer the higher benefits, and some even with a personal butler, and specialized in suite amenities.
The all inclusive fares are very serious in what they offer guests, including accommodations, meals aboard ship, beverages including alcohol, mini bars inside the cabins, room service, on board activities and unlimited shore excursions. You might think that is a mistake, but fear not, it is real, you can choose as many excursions as you wish from the land tours, the only exception is the more expedition style luxury options, but understand there are plenty to fill your days and nights before heading out of port.
The itineraries are designed for those who have time to explore the world, they have transatlantic crossings, South American adventures, and Mediterranean experiences. There are other ships in the fleet, all claiming to offer 6 star services, and while some think that is not possible, it is when you sail with Regent.
The level of service and dining on the Mariner is superior and outstanding. The overall experience for guests is remarkable. Setting itself apart from other liners, the Regent Seven Seas Mariner presents flexibility for everyone, from dietary needs to preferences of each individual and allows serenity on board even with the other 699 passengers. If you