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Regent Seven Seas Mariner Cruise Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled Cruises to South America from Buenos Aires

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10 Night Return to Brazil Cruise
"Buenos Aries to Rio de Janeiro 10 night cruise. We arrived 2 days before departure to explore Buenos Aries. The ship put us up at the Alvear Palace Hotel. Wow! What a spectacular hotel. Highly recommend it. We..."Read More
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6-10 Cruises

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Disappointing experience this ship is poorly managed, never again!!!!

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debitep

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We have been with Regent over 100 nights. In general we were treated like children and pushed around for tours, dining, the Mariner is poorly run in general. The management doesn't care and is openly hostile. This is the culture on this ship now and has never been the culture in the past. Our cruise was tremendously expensive and we did not have the advertised 6****** experience. Trouble on ...
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Sail Date: December 2019

Cabin Type: Horizon View Suite


10 Night Return to Brazil Cruise

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cdmmgray

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

Buenos Aries to Rio de Janeiro 10 night cruise. We arrived 2 days before departure to explore Buenos Aries. The ship put us up at the Alvear Palace Hotel. Wow! What a spectacular hotel. Highly recommend it. We booked a walking tour guide through the hotel. Great way to see part of the city and hear the interesting history. The cemetery "village" is a must. If you enjoy steak and a hip ...
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Sail Date: December 2019

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


A couple of 'No's'

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N&R

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

Regent's own end of cruise survey asks: 'Would you recommend Regent to a friend and do you feel this was value for money?' Based on this cruise with Seven Seas Mariner (Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro), the answer has to be ............sorry but "No". The ship is scheduled for refurbishment two cruises hence, and it is much needed as it is looking tired and dated. Onboard entertainment was ...
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Sail Date: February 2018

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Great cruise!

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Bandit 384

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

I was a little concerned when I read bad reviews of Mariner: poor service, poor food, outdated suites. The only thing correct in those reviews was the outdated suites, which are scheduled for refurbishment in March 2018. Overall service was superb. Restuarant service was excellent. All specialty restaurants were excellent, with Prime 7 serving up the best steak (a bone-in ribeye) that I’ve ...
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Sail Date: February 2018

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Luxury and Variety

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savannah1

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

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 rivers, with destinations including cities Manaus and Santarem, a beach town, a fishing village and Parantins. March is Amazon rainy season and it rained! Rio and ...
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Sail Date: February 2017

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Regent does it again with style

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vera720

10+ Cruises

Loved the itinerary as it was a combination of great cities and beach resorts. Terry Breen the enrichment speaker is excellent and really makes new locations come alive. The Food and Beverage Manager and the chef did a wonderful job. The food was excellent, particularly the fish and the staff were well trained and very good. My husband has a disability and uses a walker. The entire Regent ...
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Sail Date: February 2017

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Worst Cruise Ever

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vmrc

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

This was our first cruise on Regent, my husband and I always cruise with Seabourn. We chose this trip based on itinerary. Our penthouse cabin was horrible, disgusting old carpet, full of bumps and peeling off the baseboards. The bathroom was old with tiny tub and missing grout all over. Twice the price of Seabourn which is to cruise in real luxury. Buenos Aires and Punta del Este are ...
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Sail Date: February 2016

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite


STUCK IN SANTOS, OUR DREAM HONEYMOON WAS A NIGHTMARE ON THE MARINER; STAY AWAY

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stuckinsantos

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY WITH NO INTEGRITY. This was not a cruise. This was FALSE ADVERTISING We traveled half way across the world and got stuck in a sewer in Santos, Brazil from Saturday February 28, 2016 until we finally reached Rio on Thursday morning. We sat for 5 days in the rain with a noisy power plant right next to the ship. Trains ran through the neighboring facility at all ...
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Sail Date: February 2016

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Was it worth the money?

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Heather681

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

We booked this cruise for several reasons. The offer included upgrades on the flights to World Traveller Plus and a two day pre cruise trip to the Iguazu Falls. The trip was booked via Readers Offers. We would not, in other circumstances have paid this amount of money. In any event, we had to pay for an additional night in Buenos Aries due to there being no seats left on outbound ...
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Sail Date: March 2015

Cabin Type: Deluxe Suite


Excellent RSSC, with just a few niggles

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rabaroo

6-10 Cruises

Age 40s

Recently completed an 11 day Buenos Aires to Rio de Janiero sailing on Seven Seas Mariner, our second Regent cruise having done Voyager last year. We were semi-independent so arrived at the port at Buenos Aires, boarding and check in was as easy as our first RSSC cruise, with registration taking place on board which is MUCH more civilized (we passed a snaking queue of MSC cruisers standing ...
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Sail Date: March 2015


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