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Seven Seas Mariner Review

4.5 / 5.0
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364 reviews
29 Awards

RSSC Mariner is a little gem of the sea

Review for Seven Seas Mariner to Alaska
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Cruise Diva77
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Sep 2019
Cabin: Deluxe Suite
Sailing back to LA on RSSC Mariner under Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisc
Brunch on deck in Ketchikan, Alaska
Fitness center
Casino
Prime7
Library
Art work

We sailed on the Mariner twice in Alaska. I must admit I am a cruise writer and went on her to write a review. She was my sixth RSSC cruise and I've loved them all. Why? Because Regent has style. It's chic, but not pretentious. The dress code is comfortable chic and easy to abide by. Most of the food is exceptional. We always have found the service tops. Sure there hasn't been a lot of night time shows, but they are adding some. Doesn't bother us as we rarely go to ship shows. Having done hundreds of cruises we realize that the entertainment is often sub par. There are exceptions. But hey, we're transplanted New Yorkers and used to top performances on Broadway,etc. Whenever we sail on RSSC we don't want to get off and that's saying a lot.

I never cared for the Canyon Ranch Spa and was happy to learn they've replace it with a Serene Wellness Spa. But I do use the steam bath and fitness center often. I love the all-inclusive fare which is really what it says, too. The free wines however could be improved upon they are fairly inexpensive labels.

Cabin Review

Deluxe Suite

Our suite was fine, should have gone for a higher category as we need more space. But the veranda was roomy enough. Nothing to complain about.

Port Reviews

Vancouver

We had a horrible very long wait going through lines at Vancouver Airport, took 3 hours to get out to our bus.

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