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 Seven Seas Mariner

The world's very first all-suite, all-balcony cruise ship, Seven Seas Mariner is one of the most spectacular ships built in recent years. She is also a real departure for RSSC, not only because of her enormous spaciousness.

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 Professional Reviews

Nancy Norris, 0000-00-00Panama Canal

Nancy Norris Age: Baby Boomer Occupation: Travel Professional Number of...read more

46users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Alexandra cruiser 66 16 Eastern Caribbean

    Overall: My second experience with Regent Cruises on different ship and much better than first. Was on Voyager last year and aft vibration problem was awful annoyance. This one was smooth ,even in...read more

    8 users found this review helpful.
  • Shelly 60 2 Venice - Athens

    Over all I would give this ship a C+...the service was soso (although our butler and stewardess were great); after the 2nd day the employees never greeted us or even smiled. The 2 premier dining...read more

    15 users found this review helpful.
  • Bill Graper 60 2 Whittier - Vancouver

    In August, 2005, we sailed for a week aboard the Radisson Seven Seas Mariner from Whittier to Vancouver. Since we’ve found the Cruise Review comments to be accurate and very helpful, we...read more

    49 users found this review helpful.
  • Robert Petersen

    48 10 Western Caribbean

    We flew to Ft. Lauderdale on the 8th and arrived around 1:15 p.m. We asked the RSSC rep how many guests they were waiting on and we were told four. Wow, there are normally...read more

    25 users found this review helpful.
  • Doug Eads

    57 16 Western Mediterranean

    Cruise Line: Radisson mariner “Early in life I knew the sea would be not only my career, but my way of life. After being a captain for seven years I still love this life and the...read more

    7 users found this review helpful.
  • Paul Dorroh

    60 First Cruise AlaskaWe

    We approached our first cruise experience with a mixture of anticipation (me) and mild dread (my wife is prone to motion sickness). Drawn by the lure of seeing parts of Alaska that we would...read more

    34 users found this review helpful.
  • Cliff Cummings

    50 1 AlaskaThe Seven

    Seas Mariner had a number of positive elements, particularly the relatively large size and efficient layout of the suites. The food was not particularly special and the service could be warm or...read more

    4 users found this review helpful.
  • Michael Bragg

    27 20 Asia

    Radisson Seven Seas Cruises offers a premium, upscale product with a small fleet of modern ships. Wanting to take my first cruise in Asia, I chose the 3-year old, all suite, all balcony...read more

    11 users found this review helpful.
  • Daniel Smith

    59 18 UNKNOWN

    You may have cruised or not but this ship is the plain hands down best I have ever sailed on in 25 years. on 7 lines 13 ships. including Royal Viking, Crystal, and Holland America to name a...read more

    18 users found this review helpful.
  • Gerry Thompson

    62 4 Alaska

    A group of 8 friends, all from Europe, travelled together on the Mariner last June. We boarded at Seward on the only day that it rained on the whole trip (rain is an understatement - it was...read more

    17 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Radisson Seven Seas Cruises
  • Capacity (double occupancy):708
  • Builder:Chantiers de l'Atlantique
  • Full Capacity:752
  • Inaugurated:2001
  • Space Ratio:67.9 / 63.9
  • Gross Tonnage:48,075gt
  • Crew:440
  • Length:713 ft. / 217 m