Mariner of the Seas is a large ship, carrying 3114 passengers and 1181 crew, and sails from Singapore and Miami, Florida.

Sails from:

Port Canaveral, Florida , Miami, Florida , Shanghai, China

Cruises to:

Caribbean - Bahamas , Asia & Indian Ocean , Caribbean - Western

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4.7 out of 5

Exsiding cruise (no metter of....) by izkova

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group

Great itinerary, nice ship (although kind of dated, it was the last sailing before docking for renovation). Absolutely amazing entertainment program, starting from the cruise director and his team, orchestra and all guests performers. As always perfect housekeeping and restaurant's service , waiters and managers , store's crew. Good food in Wildmere buffet. Little disappointment for main restaurant food, gustatory quality not consistent, would be helpful to taste every dish by head-cook (example: barely eatable lobster bisque soup which has nothing common with a real one, borsch with he beets which has no beets and any taste at all).

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4.5 out of 5

Excellent experience by hanasg

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (young children)

I and my family are satisfied with the whole trip excepting the experience at Phuket. It was good for family trip with young children. All meals provided, no need to carry and move everywhere, but just arrived at another port during sleep, many activities.

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3 out of 5

Was billed twice for gratuities, did not receive refund by sarahleadrise

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (young children)

As stated, I was billed twice for gratuities for 5 people. That's 500 USD.  I received no refund, or even understanding from staff. If you book this cruise, refuse to pay gratuities as your booking, you will be billed again and forced to pay again out the door. And demand an itemized invoice after you complete your booking. They don't send you one, and as prices are always fluctuating there is no way for you to prove how much of your bill was the ticket price and how much was the gratuities and the health insurance they make you pay for as you book the trip. 


Royal Caribbean has TERRIBLE internal communication! Just try to find out which port your leaving from, you will never find a definitive answer in English. 

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1 out of 5

the worst experience of my life by wnd13

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Singles/Friends

it wasnt not as advertised. there were only two restaurants which while good were not outstanding. never mind johnny rockets which was a dive. there was a gay bar but nothing for straight singles to do. they did not dock in either excursion port contrary to what you are led to believe. they nickel and dime you for everything including a 90.00 fee to tour the ship!The cabin was a dump, the couch was filthy. the cabin attendant could not get it through his head i just wanted to be left alone and would call if i needed something. seeing Vietnam was wonderful but here is where they should have spent the night. as it was only five hours. after travel. i am so disappointed, especially since my last royal Caribbean was so great. too many kids as well and you would think there would be asian selections of beer. i feel like i got taken. 

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5 out of 5

Great way to see parts of Southeast Asia by atomtroy

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Excellent staff and ship.


We flew in from the US and having a relaxing cruise to adjust to the jet lag was perfect.  We were told that English would be a second language and food would be completely different, but that was not the case at all.  English was first, and although the dishes had a lot more variety, it was that different from taking a Caribbean Cruise.


It was very comfortable and everyone was very helpful on the ship.  Good food and entertainment.

Embarking and debarking was quick and efficient.


This cruise doesn't happen much, but we recommend it for a comfortable way to see several parts of Asia.

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Jan 26, 2017

sailing out of Singapore it is obviously aimed at the Chinese market. For my family that was not a problem, however, the free-for-all in the Windjammer buffet restaurant would spoil anyones holiday. Never again!!!!!!!!

Feb 17, 2016

DON'T GO ON THIS SHIP! and no these capital letters are an understatement. I had half of the people who were cruising for the first time with us and they ALL said they would NEVER DO cruise AGAIN as their option to travel.

Apr 29, 2013

Check the menu for the dining room and if you don't like it, go the buffet. There were some days with great option, but some days were not as great. Buffet had plenty of options every day, so you could find what you want. Go to the pool early, gets really packed by 11 am.

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