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 Mariner of the Seas

The fifth in the Voyager class ships, Mariner of the Seas was launched by Royal Caribbean in November of 2003. This 138,000 gt giant truly is a floating city. Rock climbing, ice skating, mini golf and inline skating; all this - and much more - is featured aboard this spectacular mega-liner. Mariner of the Seas sails to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from Port Canaveral, Florida, year-round.

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 Professional Reviews

Tom Ogg, 2004-03-12Western Caribbean

The setup: I was the seminar leader and group escort for a group of 38 travel...read more

216users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Jeff Woodward 40 12 Eastern Caribbean

    This was a seven night Eastern Caribbean cruise that departed on a Sunday out of Port Canaveral, Florida. The cruise visited Coco Cay-Bahamas, St. Thomas-USVI, Philipsburg-St. Maarten and had...read more

    17 users found this review helpful.
  • Fred 42 1 Western Caribbean

    We went on this our 1st cruise and once we got there, had a GREAT time. We have an 8 year old, and the Aquanaughts program is excellent. Contrary to some folks experience I found...read more

  • Dan 48 1 Western Caribbean

    Our cruise started out on the wrong foot, thanks to Delta Airlines. After sitting on the plane for an hour and a half in Atlanta, they decided the plane wasn’t safe because a baggage handler...read more

    5 users found this review helpful.
  • Troy 35 2 Eastern Caribbean

    We arrived in Orlando at approximately 10:00 and were fairly seamlessly put on our transfer bus to the ship. However, when we got to the Ship at approximately 11:00 we sat in the parking lot...read more

    7 users found this review helpful.
  • Patti McBee 50 6 Eastern Caribbean

    Just returned home from cruising on the Mariner of the Seas yesterday. I (50) sailed with my husband(52) and our best friends (both 48). We flew from LAX to Orlando on a Red Eye and arrived at...read more

    10 users found this review helpful.
  • Snorkelman 33 3 Eastern Caribbean

    The Mariner is a nice ship. My wife and I have sailed on her sister ship (Navigator) and it is very similar. Overall I would say that this was a pleasant cruise. My intent is not to go over...read more

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • Andrea Mendes 46 1 Western Caribbean

    The Mariner of the Seas was truly a beautiful ship.. We got on fairly quickly the first day and our rooms were ready by 1pm.. We ate in the Dining room for dinner the first night and we sort of...read more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Gerald McDonald 41 7 NOT FOUND

    Boarding: Kudos, to the Port of Galveston. After experiencing Port Canaveral for the first time Galveston you should be proud! My family and I arrived at the terminal around 11:30-11:45. I...read more

  • Susan 51 7 Western Caribbean

    Boarding: KUDOS to the Port of Galveston. After experiencing Port Canaveral for the first time Galveston you should be proud! My family and I arrived at the terminal around 11:30-11:45. I...read more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Carl Miller 49 1 Western Caribbean

    This was the first cruise for us and a memorable experience. My wife and I were traveling with our thirteen year old son. Upon meeting the Royal Caribbean staff at the airport, we were...read more

    1 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):3114
  • Builder:Kvrner Masa-Yards
  • Full Capacity:3840
  • Inaugurated:2003
  • Space Ratio:44.1 / 35.8
  • Gross Tonnage:138,000gt
  • Crew:1180
  • Length:1,020 ft. / 311 m