The worlds first all-suite, all-balcony cruise liner the Seven Seas Mariner has been refurbished. It’s emerged like new from a multi-million dollar dry dock upgrade and is now sailing the Mediterranean.
The iconic Regent Seven Seas liner was made-over from bow to stern and now boasts breathtaking new interiors. All the suites have been refreshed and in some cases entirely redesigned.
The refurbishment of the Seven Seas Mariner is part of a US$125-million program to upgrade the entire Regent Seven Seas fleet.
The Seven Seas Mariner was a game changer when she entered service in 2001. She was awarded the prestigious “Ship of the Year” title by Ocean and Cruises News. According to Regent Seven Seas, now that the Seven Seas Mariner has been refurbished it underscores a commitment to provide guests with the ultimate, ultra-inclusive experience on the most luxurious and stylish ships.
The public spaces and suites on the new Seven Seas Mariner now feature the same elegant style and attention to detail that is featured on the line’s newest ship, the Seven Seas Explorer.
The renovated ship sailed from Monte Carlo after her dry dock and she will call the Mediterranean home for the remainder of the European summer season.
The Seven Seas Mariner has been refurbished
- The ship’s Grand, Master, Mariner, Seven Seas, Horizons and Penthouse Suites received all-new furniture, upholstery, lighting and wall coverings to exude Park Avenue elegance.
- The ship’s two-deck high, state-of-the-art show theatre was renovated.
- The Stars Lounge features a dramatic new décor and ambiance.
- The Horizon Lounge received a distinctive new stone-fronted bar, chic new furnishings, tony carpeting, lustrous wall coverings, and new lighting.
- The Observation Lounge sports a stunning new décor of rich ivory, ebony and wine tones.
- The Canyon Ranch Spa received new steam rooms and refurbished changing rooms
- The Fitness Center was equipped with brand new state-of-the-art exercise equipment.
- The Pool Deck, as well as the ship’s outdoor relaxation areas were furnished with brand new resort-style sofas, chairs, and loungers.
For more details and photos of the refurbished Seven Seas Mariner visit the RSSC blog.