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Adrianr
Member Since 2009
1 review
3 forum posts
68 helpful votes
We are just short of Platinum with Regent and until this error had all been great on the Voyager. Where shall I start .. ""The Navigator"" our trip was Vancouver Alaska to SF and then thru the Panama and onwards to NY ... Read more
Vegas_Cruiser
Member Since 2015
1 review
51 helpful votes
Sailed April 2015
This was our fifth cruise with Regent and the first on the Navigator, which is a smaller ship for 490 passengers. Check in was efficient and our suite was ready at 2:00 P.M. as promised. We were in the Penthouse A level on deck 11. ... Read more
Eddie-Annie
Member Since 2015
2 reviews
3 forum posts
Sailed November 2014
Sailing again on the Regent Seven Seas Mariner last November 2014 , leaving from Miami till Los Angeles with as the mayor highlight, the Panama Canal crossing. This was a partly new segment for Regent and certain ports of call have been ... Read more
Magic01
Member Since 2014
1 review
37 helpful votes
Sailed June 2014
It began the second day! The first day regent put us up in is after the most inappropriate hotel in San Francisco, the tiny, quaint Mark Hopkins Intercontinental; queue 35 minutes for a seat at breakfast and sleeping in a bed with a lumpy ... Read more
Happy days 296
Member Since 2013
5 reviews
BA to San Francisco (their standards aren't what they used to be!), and excellent overnight accommodation in the Four Seasons (one to return to). Trouble free transfer then views of Americas cup preparation, Alcatraz and sailing under the ... Read more

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Haggis52
Member Since 2013
1 review
Sailed September 2013
I fear we are now spoiled for any other cruise line. We set off from New York at the beginning of the month and returned home to Scotland on 25th September. In San Francisco we stayed in the Four Seasons, which was great. I am going to run ... Read more
Earthtravel
Member Since 2013
1 review
3 helpful votes
Not rated Sailed April 2013
This cruise through the Panama Canal was our third with Regent and second time on the Navigator. The first cruise to the eastern Caribbean on the Voyageur was wonderful. The excursions were excellent (in particular the catamaran at St. ... Read more
ly2ric
Member Since 2011
1 review
1 forum post
This was an all-included cruise on the Seven Seas Navigator - a 490 passenger ship. From the beginning in Ft. Lauderdale to the finish in San Francisco, it was first class all the way. This was a repositioning cruise from April 25 to May ... Read more
Travelcat2
Member Since 2005
12 reviews
19,017 forum posts
Sailed January 2011
PRE-CRUISE FLIGHTS: Flying anywhere in the middle of winter has its challenges. We decided to do an overnight flight from Seattle to Miami that was scheduled to arrive 7:00 a.m. on the day of departure. The snow in Seattle had just melted, ... Read more
cruzndiz
Member Since 2007
6 reviews
1,214 forum post
My 2nd voyage on the Mariner left me with some mixed impressions. In some ways, things were even better than they were the first time (and that's saying a lot since I was immensely pleased by my first experience); in other ways there was a ... Read more

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olivegrove
Member Since 2010
1 review
12 forum posts
First impressions were very positive. Smooth embarkation and the welcome glass of champagne was gratefully received! Having read comments posted previously our first port of call once on board was to the gym to book into classes for the ... Read more
travelerchris
Member Since 2007
2 reviews
96 forum posts
2 helpful votes
On 12-20 we boarded RSSC Mariner in Los Angeles to go South along the Mexican Riviera and through the Panama Canal to Fort Lauderdale. Having read a few negative reviews, we were a little apprehensive. The apprehension continued, when ... Read more
mandapanda12
Member Since 2006
2 reviews
15 forum posts
Overview: The Mariner has still proven to me to be a memorable experience. It was my third time on the ship. The 1st time in 2001 I went to the Caribbean, the 2nd time was to Mexico in 2005, and this time was through the Panama Canal. All ... Read more
mountainsailors
2 reviews
Overall Evaluation: This review is intended for Cruise Critic readers and Radisson staff. It is long and detailed so the summary is presented here. You can read the details if you wish. After years of enjoyable cruises aboard ships from ... Read more
LB Weber
1 review
We took the Seven Seas Mariner from LA to Port Everglades via the Panama Canal. We choose this line because we took the Paul Gauguin and were very happy with it. We were very pleased with this ship, the service, and the food. The food ... Read more

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Gerry Thompson
1 review
We boarded the Mariner at Los Angeles. The boarding process was extremely smooth, even though we arrived an hour and a half before the "official" boarding time. A porter whisked our bags away and we waited no more than 2 minutes to be ... Read more
Megadarra
1 review
We were on the Mariner's 14-night trip from Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale via the Panama Canal. As first-timers we decided to book one of the ship's larger suites that included butler service. We were delighted and dismayed by our ... Read more

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