Wine, Dine and Enjoy Life in Style on the Luxurious All-Suite, All-Balcony Cruise Ship, Regent Seven Seas Mariner: CountryClubuk Members save up to 51%

In an era when mass-market cruise ships are becoming a relic of the past, Regent Seven Seas Mariner is a refreshing option: she carries a maximum of 700 passengers and a minimum of 445 crew, making her one of the most spacious luxury cruise ships afloat and creating a spacious and relaxed sailing with personally tailored service and gorgeous private suites and public spaces.

The vessel’s staff-to-guest ratio of at least 1 to 1.6 provides one of the industry’s highest levels of personal service.

The all-suite, all-balcony, 709ft Seven Seas Mariner is an experienced cruise ship, and last year she underwent a multi-million-pound bow-to-stern refresh which touched virtually every area. This elevated Mariner to the level of elegance set by her sister ship—considered the world’s most luxurious—Seven Seas Explorer. Mariner re-emerged with dramatic new suite designs and elegant guest spaces which make her a floating palace.


There are newly-designed lounges, restaurants in rich fabrics and warm colours. Every stateroom is designed to be a beautifully-appointed six-star suite, each with a private veranda—Mariner was recognised worldwide as the world’s first ever all-balcony ship.

Public spaces now feature marble and original gold leaf accented artwork by Atlanta-based artist Tom Swanston. A glamorous two-deck theatre is the scene for production shows, and an atmospheric Observation Lounge is set high on the top deck. You can enjoy 180-degree sea views from the curved bar and seating area, a peaceful place to read or watch the wonders of the world slip by.

Stroll to the spacious Deck 11 and take a dip in the pool, or one of the hot tubs, or just relax on a deck chair and revel in the spectacular surroundings, both onboard and off. For outdoor exercise there is a paddle-tennis court, golf driving nets, shuffleboard courts and jogging track.

As with the rest of the Regent Seven Seas fleet, Mariner isn’t about glitz and bling. Everything looks valuable, impressive and sophisticated rather than showy. Then there is that high space ratio, which sounds boring but on a ship is essential to make you feel relaxed and never crowded. Space to breathe, and wind down, is a vital element on a truly relaxing cruise . . .


As to space in your personal suite, even the lowest category is over 300 sq ft and has its own private 49 sq ft balcony—large when compared with other luxury ships—and the Penthouse Suite is a full 449 sq ft with a 73 sq ft balcony.

All suites include indulgent touches—marble and granite bathrooms—some with rainfall showers—walk-in wardrobes, European Kingsize Sleep Slumber beds, high-end linens and luxurious French toiletries by L’Occitane’s Mer & Mistral.

Every suite on Seven Seas Mariner is more spacious than those of many competitors—and it is this living space which makes the entire cruise feel more tranquil: Mariner is not a place for stress or queuing.

As for the food and wines, there is gourmet cuisine throughout the ship. Guests can choose to lunch or dine in five restaurants—all serving excellent and distinctive dishes. Guests enjoy Parisian dining in the new Chartreuse restaurant, steaks in the surroundings of a private London club in Prime 7, the contemporary look of fine dining restaurant Compass Rose (only plates by Versace are good enough for this restaurant!), a casual, intimate dining experience with Italian flair in Sette Mari at La Veranda, which has open-air dining—the ultimate sea-view table!—as well as the Pool Grill for day-long delicacies.

Speciality coffees are served in the new-look Coffee Connection. Cognac and cigars are offered in the leather-seated, wood-panelled Connoisseur Club. The choices are wide, and nothing is too much trouble for the excellent butlers and waiters aboard ship.

So if it is your pleasure to enjoy a glass of chilled Champagne with canapés on your private balcony each evening as the sun sets over yet another beautiful seascape, consider it done: a bottle will arrive, on ice, at the appropriate moment. Whole Maine lobster and Alaskan king crabs? Foie Gras au Sauternes or Homard Rôti et Mousseline de Saint-Jacques? Fresh truffles and foie gras? Caviar with your scrambled eggs? All are yours for the ordering. Private dinner for two in your suite? Certainly: any time of day or night. Roulette? The casino is open for play. Cognac and cigar? Time to visit the Connoisseur Club. Golf? Tennis? Cabaret? A good book or film? Swimming? Sunbathing, iced cocktail to hand?

All are at your disposal—you have only to ask once, and your preferences are remembered—and there is no need to worry about carrying a wallet on board ship; it is all taken care of. Fares include all meals and speciality restaurants, excellent all premium standard wines and spirits; return flights and transfers; unlimited shore excursions (which with other cruise lines can really add to the costs); all onboard activities including guest lectures, fitness programmes and entertainment; 24-hour room service and in-suite dining; free Wifi, films and music; and all gratuities. Everything is planned so you can enjoy yourself, no worries.

For the savvy traveller the inclusive price of all these often makes a Regent Seven Seas cruise work out financially more advantageous than cruises where you must pay for things separately. As you can tell, these are important benefits—particularly with these seriously advantageous Club savings. You are warmly invited to join us, and enjoy!


The spa is the celebrated Serene Spa & Fitness, suitably ritzy in style and decorated with silk fabrics, Swarovski crystal and twinkling lights. The treatment menu is vast and impressive.

As well as excellent expert lectures, entertainment ranks high on Mariner: the Constellation Theatre has the vibe of an upmarket jazz club and the nightly shows—more elaborate than on many other vessels—range from American jazz to London dance, a Parisian-style burlesque that blends dance, song and spectacular costumes, and Tony Award-winning music and comedy from Hollywood’s golden age.

If you think it all sounds just a little expensive, you might think again. Because Regent’s fares include flights, multiple shore excursions, excellent wines, spirits and other drinks, speciality restaurants, free Wifi and gratuities, the cost per person per day can actually work out less than taking a smaller suite on a premium cruise line ship twice the size. This is even more obvious when you factor-in your exclusive savings as a Member of CountryClubuk.

You can choose any of the suites on board Mariner, subject to availability of course. Please click for a virtual tour of the following suites—Deluxe Veranda, Concierge and Penthouse.

You have special Club rates on all Regent Seven Seas Cruises: just call us on 020 7399 2960 for more details.

For current Regent Reassurance details, click here.

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