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Seven Seas Mariner is a small ship, carrying 700 passengers and 445 crew, and sails from Miami, Florida and Vancouver (Canada Place), British Columbia.

Sails from:

San Francisco, California , Seward (Anchorage), Alaska , Miami, Florida

Cruises to:

Alaska - Inside Passage , South Pacific - Australia , Cuba

Cruises on Seven Seas Mariner

68 Reviews

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2.8 out of 5

Disappointing Alaskan Cruise by nmmoran

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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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4.8 out of 5

Vancouver to Southeast Alaska by Janellandjoel3

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Very accommodating staff from staffing the mini bar to special dinner Accomadations. Loved the Coffee Connection on board serving specialty coffees and alcohol based coffee drinks. They also have a self serve coffee machine in case you just want to grab and go.

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4.8 out of 5

Dream Alaska Cruise/as perfect as one could hope for. by cressnaples

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Shore excursions are very interesting; book early for your choices. We had sailed on other cruise lines but any future cruises will always be with Regent as the service, food and ambience cannot be compared to others. Even the fellow passengers were the nicest and varied group. We do wish we had more time in some of the ports as the shore excursions run 3 to 5 hours and eat up a lot of shore time usually limiting you to one excursion per day/ would have preferred to be able to do two.

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4.5 out of 5

Third Alaska cruise...1st time on Regent and impressive. by deanejones

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Over all very positive. One suggestion I have is to have "grab bars" in the bathrooms. Though I am not handicapped, I do have a chronic back issue and sometimes lifting myself from the toilet was difficult and hard. The toilets are lower than in my home, so that made it a little more trying at times! Excellent assist bars in the shower/tub though.

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1.9 out of 5

Cruise from hell--a rip off by ViscaBarca

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We were shocked and disappointed by this cruise. Apparently, from what returning passengers told us, Regent is really going downhill. We learned as we were on our way to the cruise that the Mariner had just been in dry dock. They did not finish the dry dock work before we boarded. We believe it was irresponsible of Regent to board passengers on a ship with so many problems. Regent should have notified passengers of these conditions before the cruise. Instead, we had to endure many many problems throughout what was supposed to be an "exclusive luxury experience". We could never really even relax. In addition to problems sited above, many of the ship's facilities like elevators and the so-called free wifi often were out of service. Most of the staff seemed new and unprepared. Most seriously, we were exposed frequently to toxic chemicals and bacteria, including dirty water in our suite's sink, a leak on the bathroom floor, and a shower that frequently gurgled and didn't drain properly. There were strong chemical smells from work being undertaken near us, and dust from sanding of painted surfaces in passenger areas. This went way beyond normal ship maintenance undertaken during an Atlantic crossing. The nicest part of the cruise was the other passengers who were very friendly and commiserated with each other as most were also encountering problems including scalding hot showers and black mold on shower curtains. Our suite butler and stewards tried really hard to address the many problems. But we will never sail on Regent or any other Norwegian-owned cruise line again. We both ended up with serious health problems from conditions on this cruise. We both needed urgent medical care as soon as we arrived home. One of us got a severe bacterial eye infection, and we both developed respiratory problems probably due to exposures to substances and fumes on the ship. We have written about these problems in detail to the CEO of Regent Seven Seas but so far there has been no response.

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Mar 01, 2018

For that amount of money, find another ship with more happening on board and better tours offered. Not a big party animal, but better quality of entertainment, food and service would have been nice.

Dec 27, 2017

Don't miss Trivia on Deck 12 at 4:30 everyday.

Dec 27, 2016

Book a cabin below Deck 10, so you do not hear the restaurant movement and the pool deck chairs.

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