Regent Seven Seas Mariner
There are so many activities to keep you occupied on this luxury vessel or just sit back relax & do nothing.
On each voyage, a guest lecturer drawn from the highest ranks of the Diplomatic Service, leading universities or museums presents informal talks or slide shows about the unique places you'll be visiting. Learn about the Incas of Peru on a South America cruise, for example, or a lecture on Renaissance Florence on a voyage around Italy.
Guests who prefer to take a cyberpath to enlightenment will find 14 computers in the Club.com, 3 computers in the Internet Caf?, and 2 color and 3 laser printers, all available for a nominal charge. Free computer classes include Introduction to E-mail and Advanced Word Processing and Digital Photography may also be available. Or if bridge is your game, a certified Master Bridge instructor can teach you the fine art of contract or duplicate bridge in the card room.
Our exclusive Le Cordon Bleu Class Culinaire is available on select sailings, a hands-on experience taught by chefs trained in the Le Cordon Bleu method of classic French cooking. There is a charge of $395 per guest for this exclusive course.
Deck 12 is devoted to sports with golf cages, shuffleboard, paddle tennis and a full-circle jogging track. One flight down, the teak pool deck, one of the most expansive at sea, includes a large heated pool, three whirlpools, table tennis, and a Pool Bar and Grill.
The ship features four restaurants plus an outdoor Grill. You have the option of dining when, where, & with whom you choose in all restaurants.
The Seven Seas Mariner's excellent onboard entertainment program includes cabaret-style acts as well as production shows.