Seven Seas Mariner Remains Tops

Seven Seas Mariner Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage
Experience: 7+ cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 29

Overall Rating:

5 out of 5
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Seven Seas Mariner

7 Night Alaska Northbound (Vancouver To Whittier)

Sail Date: May 24, 2006

Ship: Seven Seas Mariner

Cabin Type: Balcony

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Review Summary

The Seven Seas Mariner is a beautiful ship, with excellent private and public spaces. The staterooms, even at the lowest fares, have balconies and are spacious. The only thing that would make this a better vessel would be to have a 360 outdoor walkspace. The layout of the ship provides no outdoor observation areas at the bow, only an indoor lounge, which is beautiful.

Ports Of Call

Ketchikan, Alaska

5 out of 5
Do the fishing excursion where the guides cook your catch. We've done it twice and it is awesome!
Don't Miss: The fishing/day camp excursion. See above.

Skagway, Alaska

5 out of 5
Don't Miss: The glacier canoe trip and the train trip. We've enjoyed both, though not on the same trip.

Sitka, Alaska

5 out of 5
Don't Miss: People of the Tides Excursion. Learn from real natives and a great woods hike.

Skagway, Alaska

5 out of 5
Don't Miss: The glacier canoe trip and the train trip. We've enjoyed both, though not on the same trip.

Ketchikan, Alaska

5 out of 5
Do the fishing excursion where the guides cook your catch. We've done it twice and it is awesome!
Don't Miss: The fishing/day camp excursion. See above.

Juneau, Alaska

5 out of 5
Don't Miss: Watch whales, and be sure to stop at Mendenhall Glacier!

Juneau, Alaska

5 out of 5
Don't Miss: Watch whales, and be sure to stop at Mendenhall Glacier!

Sitka, Alaska

5 out of 5
Don't Miss: People of the Tides Excursion. Learn from real natives and a great woods hike.

Pros: The spaciousness of our cabin and limited number of passengers

Cons: Dining room service wasn't quite up to our last trip, but it was good just the same

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