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Seven Seas Mariner Review

4.5 / 5.0
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360 reviews
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Iconic Panama Canal from SF to NYC

Review for Seven Seas Mariner to the Eastern Caribbean
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greenman1168
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2016
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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 pampered throughout our cruise.

The cabin (concierge D) was smaller than expected and quite cramped, but our steward and stewardess supplied our every need with a smile.

Cabin Review

Cabin ConciergeD

Cabin is small and cramped. Shower is a nice size. Walkin closet is much smaller than Navigator in same category

Port Reviews

Cabo San Lucas

Captain wisely avoided Cabo as a hurricane was about to strike there.

Acapulco

Why does any ship stop in Acapulco?

San Francisco

Weather was chilly but that was much easier to take than the heat and humidity of the rest of the cruise.

Puerto Quetzal (Antigua)

Too hot and humid to notice much

New York (Manhattan)

We disembarked in NYC and spent 3 days. Took a hop on hop off bus which let us see the main points of interest. City was hot and very noisy.

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