Seven Seas Mariner
Regent Seven Seas
The Seven Seas Mariner was said to be the first true all-suite ship when it set out on its inaugural season. Today this small, luxurious vessel has enjoyed a 2018 refurbishment and itineraries throughout the Pacific region.
The Mariner introduced the idea of rich culture gastronomy in being the first ship to host Le Cordon Bleu of Paris on board.
Planning Your Cruise
Regent moved to a slightly more relaxed state of dress not so long ago, with guests now enjoying separate daytime and evening dress codes. Up to 6pm you might simply enjoy resort style wear, such as shorts, jeans, or even sneakers. However, you'll want to dress more elegantly as the evening draws on, with two suggested options for various themed nights as dictated by the length of your itinerary. Think country club during elegant dress evenings throughout your sailing of 15 nights or less, whereas longer sailings will include 2 formal nights. You’ll want to review your specific itinerary for World Cruise or Grand Voyages guidelines. Keep the casual options in your cabin after 6.
As an inclusive cruise line, gratuities are included in your cruise fare on board the Seven Seas Mariner.
Ship's Registry Bahamas
Past Guest Recommendations
What to do in Port
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