Seven Seas Mariner will feature new dining options, suites and reconfigured guest spaces (Image: Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Seven Seas Mariner will be refurbished with new dining options, suites and reconfigured guest spaces during a 20-day dry dock in April 2018 at Chantier Naval de Marseille shipyard, France.
Seven Seas Mariner’s pool deck will also be redesigned with a new open layout, teak flooring and a new mosaic-tiled pool, featuring a broad ledge for guests to sit in shallow water.
The ship’s atrium, corridors and guest spaces will all receive new carpeting, art, furniture and décor. A remodelled library will feature dark-wood bookshelves and a copper chandelier. In addition, the promenade on deck six will be fitted with new teak flooring.
The Canyon Ranch SpaClub will feature pebble-stone tiles, while the fitness and aerobics centre also will be equipped with updated machines and equipment.
Seven Seas Mariner will also have new suites with the Regent Elite Slumber bed, private balconies, walk-in wardrobes and oversized, marble-accented bathrooms.
Guests will also be able to experience expanded lunch selections offered from new infrared barbeque grills and buffet bars at the Pool Grill. The updated flagship restaurant, Compass Rose, will feature chandeliers, recessed ceiling lights and leather chairs.
Regent’s new Chartreuse speciality restaurant also will be installed during the ship’s refurbishment, offering a French menu.
After her dry dock refurbishment, Seven Seas Mariner will reposition to the Pacific Northwest and take guests to Alaska.
“We are delighted to relaunch the refurbished Seven Seas Mariner for what will be an unforgettable 2018 Alaska season,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Seven Seas Mariner will have been elevated to the highest standards of elegance, and guests will enjoy the highly personalised service delivered by every member of Seven Seas Mariner’s exceptional staff and crew. Once Seven Seas Mariner completes her refurbishment, Regent’s fleet will definitively be the most luxurious at sea.”
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