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Seven Seas Mariner Review

4.5 / 5.0
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First Cruise to Alaska - Likely the last cruise on Regent

Review for Seven Seas Mariner to Alaska
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2019
Cabin: Deluxe Suite
Bald Eagle In Flight - Skagway

North to Alaska!

A review of our recent voyage on the Regent Seven Seas Mariner from Vancouver BC, Canada to Seward Alaska

Alaskans are justifiably proud of their state! And, as we found out…. in Alaska size really does matter (as we were reminded constantly!). Alaska is BIG! So big they consider Texas "Cute" :-) So BIG that if the outline of Alaska is superimposed on the outline of the "Lower Forty-Eight” It stretches from COAST-TO-COAST!

Cabin Review

Deluxe Suite

Cabin E

When we were finally able to enter our cabin it was a pleasant surprise. A very spacious “shotgun suite” awaited us. The suite contains a sleeping area that can be separated from the seating area by a heavy drape. The seating area has a, more or less, full size couch (actually more “Love Seat” size), small table, 55” flat screen TV atop drawer/vanity area, bar essentials (glasses and corkscrew) and a mini fridge stocked with beer and soft drinks. You also have the option to customize the stocking of the mini-fridge by contacting your room steward.

Fresh fruit along with a bottle of Champagne were waiting for us. Neither of us are much in the way of champagne drinkers so it eventually went back into the fridge to be passed along to the next customer or, hopefully, a crew party.

The WALK-IN CLOSET had a generous supply of hangers with ample room for clothes and a nice row of drawers for storage. The closet also has a safe and the Life Vests.

The bathroom is large with a very reasonably sized shower equipped with both rain shower and hand held shower heads.

Each suite has its own balcony… excuse me…. Veranda…. that was generous in size with two wicker chairs and a small table and topped with Teak decking.

All in all a SWEET Suite!

Port Reviews


We never made it to Juneau because of mechanical issues. Juneau itself may be wonderful.


fun! great guides!




the taste of Sitka amounted to a couple of bites of Salmon, good but not essential. The city tour portion of the excursion was much better.


Only spent an afternoon and the morning in the city. Vancouver is a great walking city. Try the Cactus Club Restruant for a great... casual meal!

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