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Regent Seven Seas Mariner at Sea

Mariner: Overview
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Regent Seven Seas Mariner is just like its sister ships, Voyager and Navigator with all-suite, all-balcony rooms.  The accommodations are luxurious and are sure to give you the sense of comfort and a positive view about the Regent cruise line brand.  Mariner can sleep 700 guests and 447 crew members.  This ratio is around a 1.6 guest to 1 crew member ratio, which makes it easy to find some great service on the ship.

You really don’t have to worry about anything while on the Mariner.  Regent Seven Seas is all-inclusive, so everything from gratuities, beverages and shore excursions have been included in the pricing.  This helps set the Regent cruise line brand apart from most ships of the same caliber.  Along with cruising to specific locations like the Med and South America, you are sure to enjoy everything offered on and off this ship.

Mariner: Passengers
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Passengers on board Regent Seven Seas Mariner will be in their late forties and early fifties and most will have sailed on multiple other cruise lines before.  English is the main language used on the ship.

Mariner: Dress Code
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The dress code for the Mariner ranges from formal optional to casual. Casual wear is acceptable during the daytime on the ship or ashore, and consists of casual resort style. Jeans and shorts, are not acceptable after 6:00 pm, with the exception of the last night of the cruise.

The dress code on board for the evenings will be elegant casual resort wear. Semi-formal and formal attire on Mariner is optional when the ship is sailing 16 nights or more. Dinner dress code includes pant suit, skirts, slacks with blouse, sweater or dress for ladies; collared shirt and slacks for men. Ties are not required and sport jackets are optional.  At no point after 6 pm should jeans, tennis shoes or shorts be worn at dinner.

Mariner: Gratuity
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Regent Seven Seas Mariner is all-inclusive, gratuities are already added in to the bill.  If a guest feels that service was exceptional and feels the need to tip extra, that is alright to do at your own will.

Mariner: Dining
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Signatures, Prime 7, Compass Rose, La Veranda and the Pool Grill.

Mariner: Cabins
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The suites available are:  Grand Suite, Master Suite, Voyager Suite, Penthouse Suite, Seven Seas Suite and Deluxe Suite.

Mariner: Itineraries
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Mediterranean, South America, Tropics and Grand Crossings

Mariner: Entertainment
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Constellation Theatre, Casino, Spa, Regent Orchestra, Pool, Lounges and Cigar Bar.

Mariner: Fitness
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Weight Room, Yoga, Aerobics, Canyon Ranch SpaClub, Conditioning Scrubs and Body Cocoons, Golf Cages, Shuffleboard, Tennis, Jogging Track.