DAVID BOWERS | August 1, 2013 | Regent Seven Seas Cruises | Seven Seas Mariner
My wife and I have just returned from yet another cruise on Seven Seas Mariner and it is hard to find any fault with this ship.
After some thought the only adverse thing I can say about this ship is that on one morning breakfast in the Compass Rose restaurant was slow, also the carpets in the corridors need replacing, but these are mere quibbles, as overall the attention a service could not be bettered.
We started cruising with P and O in 1968 and have cruised every year since with almost all the major cruise lines and would not dream of changing from Regent.
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