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madi59269 says ...
Dec 27, 2016

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

Kennicott says ...
Nov 06, 2014

If doing a back to back, make sure you have a cabin key card that doesn't become obsolete the second segment otherwise you may find yourself off the ship and not able to get back on.

meno38171756 says ...
Oct 10, 2017

Great crew!

janhower says ...
Oct 02, 2017

Find another cruise line

Odysseus1 says ...
Sep 28, 2017

Avoid this line. Try Seabourn or Silver Sea.

1rama1 says ...
Aug 06, 2017

The Mariner's cabins really need major renovation, so wait to book the Mariner until after the ship goes into dry dock in 2018, and then compare closely with other cruise lines' offerings. Also keep an eye out for cruises by Ritz-Carlton, which is entering the cruise business and should raise the service and luxury bar for all competing cruise lines. Take whatever the Regent booking agents tell you with a grain of salt; based on my experience they will tell you whatever it takes to sell you a ticket.

joanbob says ...
Mar 31, 2017

They advertise excursions free - you get what you pay for.

DRFriedman says ...
Mar 13, 2017

Bring any and all medication you could possibly need

natew3245 says ...
Sep 25, 2016

We opted for higher deck and rear of ship. A bit nosier there and more motion evident. Go for lower decks at mid-ship.

Cruiser6515613 says ...
Sep 07, 2016

One needs to get the concierge deck.

mbozanne says ...
Aug 27, 2016

change to Seaborn Lines

deb639 says ...
May 28, 2016

Sometimes it's better to book your excursions directly through the tour companies at the ports rather than the cruise line if you want to get something unique.

Wayne1937 says ...
Dec 26, 2015

Don't sail across the Atlantic if you think you might have a medical emergency.

Berty8473922 says ...
Jul 17, 2013

Very easy to get around on the ship-while there were a number of younger people on theis cruise, they are apparently geared for to 70-80 age group


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