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Seven Seas Mariner

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Deluxe line, Regent Seven Seas, is sending Seven Seas Mariner to Vancouver again in 2006 for its fourth Alaska Season. It is the only all-suite, all balcony ship sailing in Alaska.

Formerly Radisson Seven Seas Cruises, the line merged with Regent Hotels in March 2006 and the name was changed to Regent Seven Seas Crusies.

The first all suite-all balcony vessel to be built, the 50,000-ton 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner sails the Glacier route between Vancouver and Whittier in 2005 (Seward on two June sailings) on seven-night cruises. Her space ratio is 71, the highest of the 2005 Alaska ships. On board, the suites are well appointed with subdued decor. Unlike so many of the smaller all-suite vessels, Mariner has a variety of lounges including a forward facing observation lounge and a two-deck show lounge. The Compass Rose and Signatures restaurants are very elegant.

In addition to your suite, meals and entertainment, Seven Seas Mariner fares include wine with dinner, complimentary in-room bar, soft drinks and gratuities. The line is renowned for their guest lecturer program. Bridge instructors and dance hosts will also be on board.

Seven Seas Mariner has added a children's program for the summer, Alaska season.

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Susan Milne 2006