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Average Rating based on 1 Review
Value For Money  5.00/5  (5.00)
Cabin Design  5.00/5  (5.00)
Entertainment  4.00/5  (4.00)
Fitness Center  4.00/5  (4.00)
Food Quality  5.00/5  (5.00)
Ship Maintenance  5.00/5  (5.00)
Spa  5.00/5  (5.00)
Specialty Restaurant  5.00/5  (5.00)
Staff and Service  5.00/5  (5.00)

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Value For Money  5.00/5  (5.00)
Cabin Design  5.00/5  (5.00)
Entertainment  4.25/5  (4.25)
Fitness Center  4.00/5  (4.00)
Food Quality  5.00/5  (5.00)
Ship Maintenance  5.00/5  (5.00)
Spa  5.00/5  (5.00)
Specialty Restaurant  5.00/5  (5.00)
Staff and Service  5.00/5  (5.00)

 
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Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Mariner

The new, 700-guest Seven Seas Mariner cruise ship is the world's first all-suite, all-balcony ship. The 50,000-ton vessel offers worldwide itineraries, accommodating her guests in 354 luxurious ocean-view suites, of 301 to 1,580 square feet, with private balconies.

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(Review ID: 984)
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
 
Mariner every bit as outstanding as Voyager and Navigator!, August 27, 2013
Reviewer: Starfighter
Pros: The service and the meals leave wonderful memories.
Cons: I have found none on six Regent voyages, traveling on all three ships.
Date of cruise: 2010
Departure port: Istanbul
Region visited: Mediterranean
Cabin category: Balcony
Found through: Cruise line website,Cruise community site
Good for children: No
Good for teenagers: No
    
Starfighter saw things this way
Value For Money   5.00/5  (5)
Cabin Design   5.00/5  (5)
Entertainment   4.00/5  (4)
Fitness Center   4.00/5  (4)
Food Quality   5.00/5  (5)
Ship Maintenance   5.00/5  (5)
Spa   5.00/5  (5)
Specialty Restaurant   5.00/5  (5)
Staff and Service   5.00/5  (5)

My first Regent voyage was an eye-opener! The suite was large enough, with very comfortable and attractive furnishings. Housekeeping was impeccable throughout the voyage. Meals were varied, beautifully presented and delicious. The choice of excursions was interesting and varied, even to we who had lived in Italy and Greece and had traveled in Turkey and the previous Yugoslavia.

Five Regent voyages have followed and two more are scheduled for 2014. Their very high standards are consistent and it is always nice to embark knowing that the voyage is entirely paid for....no more expenditures to wonder about!
 
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