Seven Seas Cruise Line Presents: Seven Seas Mariner
The first all-suite, all-balcony, 700-guest ship, the Seven Seas Mariner, has been awarded "Ship of the Year", 2002, Ocean and Cruise News.
Chart a course to the wonders aboard the Seven Seas Mariner.
When visiting Alaska, it is a place of many names. The Land of the Midnight Sun.
The Great White North. The Last Frontier. It was called
Seward's folly when it was purchased from Russia, but, in fact,
Alaska is a land of astonishing abundance. Bigger, bolder,
brasher and more beautiful than anything you could possibly imagine.
Watch as whales breach in spectacular displays.
Cruise along Hubbard Glacier and glimpse a gaudily costumed tufted
puffin. Sights that can sometimes defy description. Yet,
aboard the Mariner, you inhabit a shelter of supreme luxury.
Smaller and far more intimate than the average Alaska mass-market
vessel. There's a suite with balcony for each and every guess.
Expert lecturers help you appreciate the landscape with new insight.
Travel in smaller groups ashore. Come with the world's "Best
Small Ship Cruise Line" to Alaska. Renew your spirit in beauty
and sensations of nature and you will not be disappointed.
Seven Seas Mariner is the world's first all-suite, all-balcony ship, as well as the first to offer dining by the famed Le Cordon BleuŽ of Paris in Signatures, one of four single, open-seating restaurants. Catering to only 700 guests, she is one of the most spacious cruise ships afloat, and, her staff to guest ratio of 1 to 1.6 provides the highest level of personal service in the six-star tradition of Radisson Seven Seas.
Seven Seas Mariner:
|All-suite, all-balcony accommodations
Suites range in size from 356 to 1,403 sq. ft., including balcony
Emphasis is on providing 700 guests a memorable experience, aboard and ashore, for those who appreciate unsurpassed service, attention to detail and elegant, relaxing surroundings
Four dining venues to choose from including Signatures Restaurant, dedicated to Le Cordon BleuŽ cuisine
Single, open-seating dining
Full entertainment program
Guest lecturer program
Complimentary wine with dinner
Shipboard gratuities included
- Overall Length: 709 feet
- Beam (width): 93 feet
- Draft: 21 feet
- Passengers: 700
- Officers: French / European
- Crew: 445
- Passenger Decks: 8
- Gross Tonnage: 50,000
- Cruising Speed: 20 knots
- Ship's Registry: Wallis & Futuna
- Propulsion System: Mermaid Pod System
With a full complement of 445 crew members for
only 700 very privileged guests. Seven Seas Mariner's service
extends well beyond the most demanding expectations. Consider
after all, that the majority of her staff are highly trained alumni
of some of the finest restaurants and hotels in the world.
Their desire to please is patently clear. Yet, surprisingly,
gratuities are never expected; they're included in your cruise fare.
Come, step aboard and unwind as they indulge you
with fresh fruit and flowers, and their undivided attention.
From the bartenders to the busboys to the room stewards, the members
of their international staff are discreetly observant of your
personal preferences. Whether you like your martini shaken or
stirred, for example, or if you take coffee with your desert.
The lights dimmed soothingly in your suite and your covers turned
down just so. A fresh bucket of ice daily and your
refrigerator continually replenished with the beverages you prefer.
Ask your concierge about the best sights to see or an update on the
weather. Leave every little nuance or housekeeping chore to
Radisson and you'll return home revitalized, renewed and refreshed.
Only on Radisson and especially on the Mariner.
The professionals of Luxury Cruising are ready to assist you with your next Luxury Cruise experience. Try us and SEA!