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Regent Seven Seas Cruises
  • Seven Seas Mariner - Pool Deck
    Seven Seas Mariner - Pool Deck
    Seven Seas Mariner - Stars Lounge
    Seven Seas Mariner - Stars Lounge
    Seven Seas Mariner - La Veranda Restaurant
    Seven Seas Mariner - La Veranda Restaurant
    Seven Seas Mariner - Deluxe Suite
    Seven Seas Mariner - Deluxe Suite

Regent Seven Seas Ship Reviews

 
Ranked #1 of 3 Regent Seven Seas Ships
(4.5)


  • Standard: All cabins are suites with balcony
  • Cruises the Caribbean, South America, Europe
  • Big passenger to crew ratio with outstanding service
  • Launched: 2001; Passengers: 700
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Ranked #2 of 3 Regent Seven Seas Ships
(4.4)


  • All-inclusive beverages, including wine, cocktails
  • Connoisseur Club for cognac and cigars
  • Prime 7 is the fleet's dedicated steakhouse
  • Launched: 1999; Passengers: 490
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Ranked #3 of 3 Regent Seven Seas Ships
(4.2)


  • 700-passenger ship features all-suite, all-balcony staterooms
  • Fares include soft drinks and alcohol
  • Free, unlimited shore excursions
  • Launched: 2003; Passengers: 700
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Member Reviews
72%

I recently sailed on the Regent Mariner on a 10 day Mediterranean cruise. It left from Rome and finished in Venice. I was sailing along with 12 other members of my family- ...

by Doxiemommie

We booked the Navigator Alaska tour Anchorage to Vancouver July2-9,2014. We were assigned Suite 870, last cabin at the end of the ship. We discovered SEVERE VIBRATION and ...

by Vandi

This was our 2nd regent cruise and our first on navigator.

Love that everything is paid for so you're not signing checks all the time. The small size of the ship ...

by EatLobster
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