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Traveler Reviews

A ship’s traveler rating is provided under license by Cruiseline.com , which manages one of the largest databases of cruise reviews and ratings by travelers. A total of 76 guests have reviewed Seven Seas Mariner, giving it a rating of 3.9 on a scale of 1-5.

Cruiseline Travel Rating:

3.9 out of 5(76 reviews)

Reviews by Traveler Type

Couples67.1%
Families w/older children11.8%
Singles/Friends10.5%
Families w/young children1.3%
Groups0%

Most Recent Reviews

A very good but not excellent cruise

May 19th, 2019

Service not as personal as it has been in the past. Quality of food in Prime 7 was poor on one occasion as was the service. The service and food in Chartruese was excellent. On board lectures were very good to excellent. Excursions were very good.

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Couple

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Suite

Experience

7+ cruises

Excellent food and service

Dec 2nd, 2018

On the whole a lovely cruise, but I will not be booking another regent cruise until I am at least over 65

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Couple

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Balcony

Experience

7+ cruises

Regent is enhancing over all cruise quality

Nov 6th, 2018

In summation, I realize Regent's prices are pretty steep and going up, so are the other line's prices that we frequent. But you have to say this about Frank Del Rio (FDR)'s lines. The other lines seem to not only be increasing prices but also engaging in a commensurate ratcheting down of overall cruise quality. While at the same time, Regent is enhancing over all cruise quality.

Traveler Type

Couple

Room Type

Balcony

Experience

7+ cruises

Oct 18th, 2018

My first cruise on Regent Seven Seas: 28 days “Serene Sunsets” Vancouver,BC to Miami, including a week in Alaska and transit through the Panama Canal, Sep-Oct 2018. This was only my third cruise ever and my first with a “premium/luxury” line. My previous two cruises were on Holland America’s Amsterdam and Rotterdam— nice but not “luxury.” From beginning — the booking process through Regent Seven Seas— to end, the experience was excellent. I travel solo, and RSSC’s single traveler pricing makes them competitive with lower-cost lines. Transfers were handled well on both ends of the trip. I had booked a concierge suite so had an included pre-cruse night at a Vancouver hotel (Four Seasons Hotel — doesn’t get much better than that). The Mariner is a lovely ship and the couple of issues I had with my cabin during the course of the trip were fixed quickly (a sticky sliding glass door to the balcony, and the ventilation fan in the bathroom that lost its cover). Decor was nice (warm light neutrals with dark wood), and the layout worked nicely (more details below). Food was superb — really first rate — and service exemplary. Menu selections in Compass Rose were wide, with several dozen “available every day” options plus 4-5 choices for each course that varied every day, beautifully prepared and presented. Entertainment was fine — I’m not really a “shows” person, but definitely enjoyed the 6 shows I attended. The entertainment production team is young and talented and did a fine job. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed my time in the Mariner, so much so that I booked the 2020 “Navigate the World” cruise (131 days) while onboard, even securing the same cabin I occupied on this cruise.

Cruise from Hell

Oct 10th, 2018

Bad food, surly crew, unseaworthy ship. If you want a pleasant vacation, stay away from Regent Seven Seas cruises. They should not be in business.

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Couple

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Suite

Experience

7+ cruises

Excellent

Sep 9th, 2018

This was our second cruise to Alaska , 1st on the Mariner and we had a great time, everyone should visit Alaska

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Couple

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Suite

Experience

7+ cruises

Wonderful Trip and Wonderful Weather

Aug 27th, 2018

Overall, my wife and I had a great experience. The ship was great, the staff was top notch and the food was unbelievable. The demographics skew 70 and 80 years old. My wife and I are 60 and felt like we were a bit out of our element. We met a few nice people, but not as many as expected.

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Couple

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Suite

Experience

2-3 cruises

Cruising the Inside Passage - A special adventure

Jul 29th, 2018

The Alaska cruise is unique, a must-see. However, we were not aware that the Alaska Cruises are the only ones that allow children - not a real problem except I did not see this information on Regent's web site. Having travelled on 3 of the Regent ships, I was expected that it would also be adults only. Also - food-wise, Alaskan crab was terrible! Plus Atlantic Salmon? Really? In Alaska? Entertainment was especially poor, unlike previous cruises. Room housekeeping was not great. Staff was clearly new. Lastly - DO THE EXCURSIONS and forget all those T-shirt souvenir shops in the ports.

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Singles/Friends

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Suite

Experience

4-6 cruises

Disappointing Alaskan Cruise

Jul 14th, 2018

One port was cancelled due to passenger going overboard. No offer of reimbursement was made due to missed port. A norovirus outbreak occurred on the cruise prior and this info was given to us at time of embarkation. I found out that the cruise price was reduced after I had made my final payment and was never informed of this by my travel agent David Brown.

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Couple

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Suite

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2-3 cruises

What a waste!

Jul 10th, 2018

Got food poisoning on the cruise. They asked that anyone who was sick call the medical facility to report it. The "free" medical exam consisted of the nurse taking our temperature and asking questions about all the places we ate OFF the shop! They eventually reported the issue to the CDC. 38 people sick but no staff sick. Then they confined us to poor cabin for 48 hours, blaming it on the CDC. I was only sick for 12 horrific hours but had to sit in my cabin for three days (you're confined if your spouse is sick, even if you aren't!). No compensation for losing one third of our trip. We've cruised with Royal Caribbean, Carnival, and Viking, and ALL were better. Definitely not a "Six star" experience. We won't be back!

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Couple

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Suite

Experience

4-6 cruises

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