Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Mariner / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Pool Deck
Pool Deck / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Beef Tournedos Rossini at Signatures
Beef Tournedos Rossini at Signatures / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Stars Lounge
Stars Lounge / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Concierge Suite
Concierge Suite / Regent Seven Seas Cruises
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Seven Seas Mariner in Santorini
Seven Seas Mariner in Santorini / RSSC
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Seven Seas Mariner Review

Our Ship Review
Deal Expert / Travel Blogger

Regent Seven Seas Mariner is a decadent, all-suite, all-balcony small luxury cruise ship that has been in the Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ fleet since its 2001 debut. Refurbishments in 2014 and 2018 added a refreshed elegance to the decor in the public spaces and suites, including luxe touches such as the combo shower/bathtub and marble counters in the suites’ bathrooms. Perhaps the biggest selling point, however, is that a cruise aboard Seven Seas Mariner is truly all-inclusive. As with all Regent sailings, pricing includes airfare, transfers, drinks, shore excursions, specialty dining, Wi-Fi, and gratuities. 

What We Love

Food All Day Long: Hungry late? Early? Room service is 24 hours, so just ring up the kitchen and order a meal or snack. For a mid-afternoon treat, high tea is served daily in the Horizon Lounge.

Fitness Classes: Regent Seven Seas Mariner's onboard personal trainer runs the gym and directs daily fitness activities for those so inclined. Join a class or one of the outdoor morning deck challenges to get your blood flowing — and counteract the all-hours dining.

Best Known For

Plenty of Attention: You'll be one of 696 passengers, and Regent Seven Seas Mariner has more than 449 crew members, so service is polished and personalized. 

Dining Options: Reservations are not required at Compass Rose (the main dining room) or Sette Mari, the ship's Italian restaurant. The specialty restaurants, Prime 7 steakhouse and Chartreuse for authentic French cuisine, are more intimate spaces and are extremely popular, so reservations are required. Unless you book one of the top two suite categories (Master Suite and Grand Suite), however, you can only reserve one meal per cruise in each of these venues.

Who It's Best For

Well-Heeled and Well-Traveled Couples: This is a ship designed for affluent adults who enjoy exploring the world, whether it’s a week in the Caribbean, a month in the South Pacific, or a World Cruise sailing from January to early June. Aside from certain itineraries in summer and during holiday periods, you'll likely find few children on your sailing.

Don't Say We Didn't Warn You

Luxury Has a High Price Tag: While Regent’s all-inclusive cruise fares are a good value given the ship’s intimate size and attentive service, you can expect to pay at least  $4,000 per person for a one-week sailing and $100,000 per person for a World Cruise.