Seven Seas Mariner Review

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First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2024

We had picked this cruise for the itinerary, but were a little wary about Regent after having made an itinerary choice on another NCL line (Oceania) last year and been badly let down. I was concerned that Regent would be an "all inclusive" version of Oceania, but I was very happily completely wrong. Aside from the quirks dealing with 'Miami" beforehand (I suspect that all NCL brand passengers are subject to the same varying dearth and/or lack of information), Mariner was everything we expected and more.

Our cabin on Deck 8 was very roomy, switch to separate beds was quickly done, bathroom nice and spacious and lots of storage space.

The menus in Compass Rose, the main dining venue, was nicely varied between always available offerings and daily features. We tried the two specialty restaurants, but really preferred Compass Rose. The breakfast and lunch buffet at the Verandah was always excellent, not to mention the pool grill and special deck events (except for the big bbq party on deck, which started off to be overcrowded and chaotic).

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