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NAME

SEVEN SEAS MARINER

CLASS

CRUISE SHIP

ENT/SERVICE

1999

BUILT

CHANTIERS DE L' ATLANTIQUE / ST NAZAIRE / FRANCE

WEIGHT

50,000 TONS

LENGTH

709 FEET

WIDTH

93 FEET

SPEED

20 KNOTS - DIESEL ENGINES

Seven Seas Mariner was the first of two ships in this class built for Radisson Seven Seas Cruises. Her sister ship Seven Seas Voyager entered service in 2003. This class of cruise ship followed Radisson’s 33,000-ton Seven Seas Navigator that entered service in 1999. The Mariner class ships were the first cruise ships built with all cabins having suites and verandas. This gives more space per passenger than most other cruise ships operating at this time.

Mariner has 8 passenger decks, 1 pool, 6 bars, casino, fitness center, theatre, 350 cabins, can carry 700 passengers and a crew of 445.

Mariner's Itinerary is from Fort Lauderdale - Caribbean, and Mediterranean cruises out of many ports such as Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Piraeus, Venice & Istanbul. She is also operated on longer cruises throughout South American, Australia and the Far East. Reviews.

Voyager's Itinerary is Mediterranean cruises out of Athens, Istanbul, Rome, Piraeus & Venice. Baltic Sea & Northern Europe cruises depart from Southampton, Copenhagen & Stockholm. She is also operated on longer cruises throughout South American, Australia and the Far East, as well as World Cruises. Reviews.

Radisson Seven Seas Cruises were renamed Regent Seven Seas Cruises in 2006.

Website: www.rssc.com.

Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Mariner at Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay, Large Image by Clyde Dickens.

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