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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.

Overall Rating
Family Friendly
Shore Excursions

 Professional Reviews

Tom Ogg, 2004-03-12Western Caribbean

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

218users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Shannon 28 3 Mexico

    We really enjoyed our cruise. Our highlights would be the friendliness of the staff and the excursions. The forgettables would be the food and some shows. Boarding- Boarding/exiting more

    88 users found this review helpful.
  • Jamie 40 2 Mexican Riviera

    It was a long week. There were too many senior type activities and not enough for the 30 - 50 age group. I wanted to inform the staff that not everyone wants to play bingo every day. I more

    44 users found this review helpful.
  • Marc 59 3 Mex Riv to Pacific North West

    This was our 3rd RCCL cruise and our second on the Mariner. We love this ship but chose this Mexican Riviera cruise because we had new friends from out previous Mariner cruise who where on more

    36 users found this review helpful.
  • William 59 2 Eastern Caribbean

    This is our second RCCL cruise and our first (of two) on Mariner. We had a hump balcony room on the 8th deck and it was great. Capt. Per was our Captain. The Mariner is very like the more

    17 users found this review helpful.
  • Cheryl Scremin 47 15 Mexico

    We were on this cruise with two 13 year-old boys. Our tablemates also had a boy the same age and a 10 year-old girl. All of us thoroughly enjoyed this cruise and the kids just loved the ship more

    162 users found this review helpful.
  • G 42 2 San Pedro to Baja

    Had high hopes for a B-day cruise to Baja. Wanted to get away for a long weekend, and was it LONG. After a hassle in boarding, the cattle call (mostly drunk already) was herded outside for more

    19 users found this review helpful.
  • Joyce 28 3 Western Carribean

    I traveled with a large family groups with ages ranging from 1 to 60+. Everyone enjoyed themselves. Everyone had an activity to do and by the end the majority of us did not want to more

    23 users found this review helpful.
  • Michele Gawel 40 1 Eastern Caribbean

    Our cruise left Port Canaveral on March 18th so we flew in to Orlando airport the day before and stayed at the Country Inn and Suites right by the port. Great hotel. It was nice not to have more

    9 users found this review helpful.
  • Kent 38 1 Eastern Caribbean

    My wife and I decided to go on a cruise for our tenth wedding anniversary. This was to be our first cruise, so we went to the local travel agency which had a ‘cruise expert’ on staff, more

    18 users found this review helpful.
  • Jim Tonda 68 2 Western Caribbean

    Driving to the terminal: We decided leave Tallahassee and drive to the terminal the on morning of the cruise. Helpful Hint, arrive the day before, stay in one of the local hotels that more

    8 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