Seven Seas Mariner is a relatively small ship offering a luxury cruise experience. The ship has a reputation for elegance but within a relaxed atmosphere.
SSM was Regent's first ship to offer all suite and all balconies accommodations. Thus, there are no inside cabins or oceanview (i.e. window) cabins. The ship also has a very high passenger space ratio which means that there is much room per passenger.
Cruises on SSM are all inclusive. Thus, there is no extra charge for the ship's two specialty restaurants (a steakhouse and a supper club). Guests can take as many complimentary shore excursions as they like. Drinks are also included although there is an extra charge for certain premium wines and spirits.
The main dining room operates on an open seating basis. In the evenings, the casual dining venue transforms into Setti-Mari, an Italian-inspired venue.
Passengers tend to be well-educated, successful and experienced travelers. SSM seeks to meet their desire for new sophisticated experiences beyond those offered on more mass market ships. The dress code is elegant casual.
Seven Seas Mariner was the first Regent ship to have an azipod propulsion system as opposed to the traditional propeller and shaft arrangement.
The ship underwent a multi-million dollar refurbishment and upgrade in 2014.
BUILDER: Chantiers de l'Atlantique
ENTERED SERVICE: 2001
LENGTH: 709 ft
BEAM: 93 ft
DRAFT: 21 ft
SPEED: 20 knots cruising
POWER PLANT: diesel electric
PROPULSION: 2 aripods
DECK PLANS (Courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
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