Seven Seas Mariner Review

Mariner is not in good shape - needs an overhaul big time!

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Sail Date: Jan 2023
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

Dining rooms had repetitive menus for five months, the two specialty restaurants Prime 7 & Chartreuse never changed the menus. All dining rooms were chronically understaffed which meant long waits for food to be taken and then dishes cleared. Newly hired staff had little to no idea of what exactly they were responsible for - we repeatedly waved down staff for a refill of water and wine with our empty glasses so obviously in need of a refill.

Some meals at dinner were inedible or served cold - we sent them back. This is supposedly 5 Star?

Our cabin was in sad shape costing about $1,100 per day. Sofa fabric was beat, very difficult to get up from the sagging pillows, carpet was frayed & stained, doorway to balcony had mold and dirt in the "runner" to open & close the door, the door's exterior and interior was rusted and chipped. Bathroom was nice with a shower but small and only one sink.

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Penthouse Suite

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