As with many guests , we were first time on Regent having been Azamara fans , and wanting a somewhat more up-market experience. We were lured by the “6 star” advertising, and earlier reviews.
We have mixed feelings about ...
This is our 2nd Regent cruise and I chose this itinerary to celebrate our 25th anniversary. While there is initial "sticker shock" at Regent's high price, I won't hesitate cruising with them again because it is truly ...
We chose this cruise for the itinerary and because we had heard that Regent was a 5 star experience. Our last cruise was on Oceania Nautica and we had absolutely loved it. We decided to try Regent with it's all-inclusive liquor and ...
Absolutely fabulous! Great food and friendly service.
Since Mariner was due for refurbishment in a few weeks, I was concerned that it would be very "tired". I found that was not the case. The refurbishment had to be ...
This was a wonderful cruise. The first leg from Buenos Aires to Rio was port intensive with one sea day and a mix of cities and small seaside towns. The second leg had more sea days and took us on a journey up one of the world'd great ...
I choose this ' Last on the Bucket List ' cruise partly to visit the Chilean Fiords, The Falkland Islands (to show the wife where I was in 1982), and also Macchu Picchu a pre cruise option.
Due to the weather, we did not see much of the ...
We chose this cruise for several reasons: 1. we hadn't been on Regent for over four years and felt it was time to give them another try; 2. we wanted to see the Panama canal; 3. it was an expensive way to get to South ...
Choose to go on a short cruise to test Regent because we booked a 4 week cruise in Jan 2018. As a result of this 7 day experience, we are cancelling the LA to NZ cruise. The ship was poorly maintained, the cabin was worse. We had mold ...
Regent - Mariner
Deck 8 Penthouse w/ Butler Service
It was our first cruise in several years and we made the decision to save up and go on Regent. We read great things about them on line and were excited about the experience.
Second Cruise with RSSC.
From embarkation to the end of cruise everything was as expected and described.
When it says all inclusive it actually means it Itgink our bill at the end was for 45$ Which was only fir some minor ...
We went expecting…or at least hoping…to be overwhelmed.
I apologize for the length of this review but a lot needs to be said. I have broken it down in categories.
This was our 6th cruise but our first ...
We have cruised on Celebrity and many cruises on Azamara in the past. My wife's cousin and her husband were very pleased with the complete, all inclusive Regent experience, so we decided to give it a try. We did read a number of reviews on ...
Traveling is my passion, but my dream vacation with Regent Cruses turned into a nightmare. If you are thinking about cruising with Regent you need to read about the series of unfortunate events that happened to me on my trip aboard the ...
For many years we wanted to take this cruise; finally the timing was perfect. However, we did not expect to be disappointed on so many levels. We have sailed on all the Regent ships other than the newest one and only had 10+ experiences; ...
We had heard such wonderful reviews of Regent Seven Seas we had a high anticipation that our cruise of New England and Canada would be exceptional. Unfortunately we were a bit disappointed, but we still had a good vacation.
This cruise was offered to us at a considerable discount in return for relinquishing a similar itinerary on Explorer. We liked that it started in San Francisco and ended in New York.
Staff was wonderful for the most part, and we felt ...
Well organized embarkation and good excursions, friendly and very helpful staff, excellent entertainment--something for everyone, food was very good, better in Signature and Prime Restaurants, but also good in Compass Rose. Loved the ...
We were a group of eight and decided to treat ourselves to an upscale vacation and tour Alaska by cruise ship. Although it was expensive, Regent came recommended by a friend in the travel industry, and the idea of an all-inclusive land and ...
Started in Anchorage at the Marriott. Great property and service. Our Denali experience was excellent despite marginal weather.
The embarkation was smooth. The dining at all the restaurants was very good, but not what I would say ...
The pre-Danali land trip hotel was the Matrriott in Anchorage. A great property with a fine breakfast buffet.
The number and variety of shore excursions included are very good. The only excursions for which ...
We enjoyed pretty much everything about this cruise. The itinerary, the service, the food, the land arrangements, our cabin, our friends we went with and the people we met.
That said, I'll mention a few places RSSC can improve.
Regent - Mariner met all our high expectations. Service was great as was the food. We splurged a bit and had a butler (also came with a slightly larger room). He ( Ryan ) was also terrific and glad we splurged, but the trip would have ...
We loved the all inclusiveness of this cruise line including r/t airfare, hotel one night in anchorage, all specialty restaurants, all beverages, and a lot of excursions were included. We embarked and were given a glass of champagne, and ...
Five stars for the ship and the cruise itself, through the Inside Passage. The Regent before- and after- arrangements? Not so. Three star, at best. Thus the four star blend.
Our before-departure arrangements placed us in the Four ...
1. Anchorage - Hilton is average and why bother with that breakfast on the 15th floor before the shuttle. Just a miserable bacon and eggs with some bakery items and terrible fruit. That is not a great way to start a cruise. If you are ...
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