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66 Night Around the World Cruise from Miami

66 Night Around the World Cruise from Miami

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Miami
  • Day 2
    Caribbean Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 3
    Port Antonio
  • Day 4
    Caribbean Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 5
    Curacao
  • Day 6
    St. Eustatius
  • Day 7
    Santa Marta
  • Day 8
    Cartagena (Colombia)
  • Day 9
    Panama Canal
  • Day 10
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 11
    Manta
  • Day 12
    Guayaquil
  • Day 13
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 14
    Salaverry (Trujillo)
  • Day 15
    Lima
  • Day 16
    Lima
  • Day 17
    Pisco
  • Day 18
    Arequipa
  • Day 19
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 20
    Antigua
  • Day 21
    Coquimbo (La Serena)
  • Day 22
    Santiago (Valparaiso)
  • Day 23
    Pacific Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 24
    Puerto Montt
  • Day 25
    Puerto Chcabuco
  • Day 26
    Chilean Fjords
  • Day 27
    Chilean Fjords
  • Day 28
    Punta Arenas
  • Day 29
    Ushuaia
  • Day 30
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 31
    Port Stanley (Canada)
  • Day 32
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 33
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 34
    Punta del Este
  • Day 35
    Montevideo
  • Day 36
    Buenos Aires
  • Day 37
    Buenos Aires
  • Day 38
    Montevideo
  • Day 39
    Punta del Este
  • Day 40
    Rio Grande
  • Day 41
    Cruising
  • Day 42
    Porto Belo
  • Day 43
    Santos (Sao Paulo)
  • Day 44
    Peraty
  • Day 45
    Ilha Grande
  • Day 46
    Buzios
  • Day 47
    Rio de Janeiro
  • Day 48
    Cruising
  • Day 49
    Cruising
  • Day 50
    Recife
  • Day 51
    Cruising
  • Day 52
    Cruising
  • Day 53
    Amazon River (Cruising)
  • Day 54
    Alter do Chao
  • Day 55
    Boca da Valeria
  • Day 56
    Manaus
  • Day 57
    Manaus
  • Day 58
    Parintins
  • Day 59
    Santarem
  • Day 60
    Amazon River (Cruising)
  • Day 61
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 62
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 63
    St. Lucia
  • Day 64
    St. Barts
  • Day 65
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 66
    Cruising
  • Day 67
    Miami

Seven Seas Mariner

Seven Seas Mariner - Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Pro: Cruise fare covers nearly everything: drinks, tips and excellent variety of excursions

Con: Prices are among the industry's highest, even for entry-level suites

Bottom Line: Inclusive nature and great service means a Mariner cruise is all about relaxing


Cruise Reviews

2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
A great itinerary in Southeast Asia. This was my fifth Regent cruise, and found the overall experience very good, but slipped from past Regent Cruises. Ship recently refurbished and very attractive. Would have rated it excellent, but ... Read More
A great itinerary in Southeast Asia. This was my fifth Regent cruise, and found the overall experience very good, but slipped from past Regent Cruises. Ship recently refurbished and very attractive. Would have rated it excellent, but for the dining experience, which I found to have slipped compared to previous Regent cruises. Menu in the Compass Rose was adaquate, not particularly creative. Service was inconsistent for both food and wine. I understand that a major staff change was made in port, an explanation, not an excuse. Dinner in Prime 7 a big failure. Ordered a filet, medium. Received a filet well done on outside, red raw on the inside. Not certain how they did that, other than cooking meat not completely thawed.Other dining options Dining in Chartreuse a beautiful experience. An imaginative menu, perfect excecusion. Have always enjoyed Regent, bot there were enough stumbles to suggest looking at other cruise lines Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We chose this cruise Because of the following factors 1.Itinerary 2.cruise line 3.offer of 3 day pre-cruise in Singapore This was our fourth cruise on Regent and our second on Mariner. Regent had raised their game since ... Read More
We chose this cruise Because of the following factors 1.Itinerary 2.cruise line 3.offer of 3 day pre-cruise in Singapore This was our fourth cruise on Regent and our second on Mariner. Regent had raised their game since our last cruise with them in December 2014. In the MDR the “always available” section read like that of a high class Steak and Seafood restaurant with lobster ,scallops ,Alaskan king crab,Dover sole and a myriad of steak choices The included wines were a little ordinary but the pay for list was interesting and reasonably priced eg Cloudy Bay usd 60 Ray the cruise director was very visible and never seemed to have time off. The officers were friendly and we had great service from the efficient and engaging crew. The included shore excursions gave a good choice for the able bodied but less choice for anyone with mobility problems. This was not helped by the poor infrastructure in some ports. We enjoyed the enrichment lectures and watched a few of the shows. Overall a great holiday. The recent refit had greatly improved Mariner . The Singapore pre-cruise was based at The Swissotel the Stamford a five star hotel and the program of tours was well organised and of a high standard Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
We selected this cruise initially because of the advertised stop at Papua New Guinea. Otherwise, we had previously visited almost all the other ports. The day before we boarded, we were advised by our travel agent that Regent had ... Read More
We selected this cruise initially because of the advertised stop at Papua New Guinea. Otherwise, we had previously visited almost all the other ports. The day before we boarded, we were advised by our travel agent that Regent had canceled the stop at Papua New Guinea. There were 3 or 4 different reasons going around among passengers as to why, although we never learned. The ship was very nice, the service generally excellent. The staterooms (they called them "suites") were a bit small when compared with other ships or cruise lines in this category. We were on for 36 days, and storage was a bit tight. There was no chair in the stateroom, but there was a somewhat uncomfortable two person couch, with a large high table in front. It just made things even tighter. The bed was moderately comfortable. We were offered a choice of either a firm mattress, which was like a board, or a too soft mattress with no edge support. If you sat at the edge of the bed while getting dressed or putting on shoes, you would slide right off. The cabin decor was pleasant, but neutral. The bathrooms were somewhat small, with a large walk-in shower with good water pressure, and a single sink, not a double as one might expect on a ship of this category. Re food, breakfast was most often on the Verandah deck with a large selection buffet and table service offering most anything you might want. The French restaurant had spotty food, excellent foie gras appetizer. Most of the dishes were French in name only. The service was excellent. Prime Seven was the steak restaurant, with lots of steak and non-steak choices. We thought it consistently had the best food on the ship. The main dining room, the Compass Rose had a relatively large rotating selection, changing every night, plus a large choice of "standards", always available. The service there was spotty, some waiters very attentive and quick, others not so. The food here was good to average. We felt the food of Oceania, owned by the same company, NCL, was quite a bit better. Overall, the food ranged from bland to the point of tasteless to very salty. I recall that the veal medallions were actually thick chunks of veal. The tours were average, no better than the standard tours offered by most other cruise lines. The few that were more interesting, were available at an extra charge. The entertainment was typical of mid-size ships. There was the standard group of shipboard singers and dancers, although there were more of them than on other ships. The "stars" which were brought on in various ports, performing twice in their visit, were not any better than other lesser-rated cruise lines. The cruise director was very good and an excellent entertainer in his own right. The enrichment lectures were topical and generally very good. One lecturer, who was only on the ship for the earlier segment, was the best I have ever heard, and could even make a laundry-list sound exciting. The ship's common areas where typical of ships in this category, with the usual number of cocktail lounges, a coffee-shop, and a nice theater was evening shows. Overall, it was nice, but not exceptional. Other than the few extra cost port excursions, and better grade wines, everything is included. It is very nice not to be nickel-dimed as on many other lines. Our big complaint was the price. It was considerably more than other cruises lines, but the product which was delivered was no better than many other less expensive lines, even if you include the cost of alcohol and tours. Read Less
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