The new Radisson m/s Seven Seas Mariner took her inaugural cruise in March 2001. Voyager is her twin and she debuted in 2003. They are the first luxury cruise ship in which all cabins are oceanview suites with private balconies. Mariner is 50,000 tons, about the same size as Crystal Harmony and Crystal Symphony the previous top rated luxury ships, but Mariner/Voyager holds only 700 pampered guests compared to 940 on Crystal. This will give Mariner the highest amount of space per passenger of any cruise ship. We had the pleasure of sailing on the new Mariner in May and are pleased to make her our top rated ship overall and she earn our 6-star rating. She is tops in luxury ship facilities, great food with 4 restaurant choices, great entertainment and outstanding service.


The Mariner has a 8-deck high beautiful open atrium. It is an indication of the roomy atmosphere on the entire ship. This ship is as nice as anything afloat and roomier than all of them.

Mariner is brand new and si it has all the features you would expect like a great spa & fitness center, pool, library, casino, connoisseur club, intimate theater with no obstructions, and an open 8-deck central atrium usually found only on huge ships. You will also find some new features you might not have expected such as an internet cafe.


Private balconies on all cabins of the new Mariner are the ultimate place to relax in the privacy of your own cabin. It is hard to put into words how incredible these balconies are. They melt away the pressures of our lives like nothing else. Enjoy the fresh air, day or night, and the relaxing sounds of your oceanfront suite.

There are four dining choices starting with the open-seating Compass Rose main dining room where you can dine when you want and with whom you want. Select a table for 2, dine with new friends or join another table that is welcoming new friends. You can also dine at Latitudes, a small restaurant which features whatever the chef is dreaming about that day, or at the incomparable Signatures restaurant. Signatures will be the only restaurant at sea to be staffed by chefs wearing the white toque and blue riband of the Cordon Bleu of Paris. Lastly you can dine at La Veranda for a more casual restaurant with inside and open air dining, as well as a buffet breakfast and lunch. If that isn't enough there is always the 24-hour room service. Overall you can expect outstanding top restaurant quality food and the most restaurant choices at sea on Radisson Mariner.


We love the al fresco dining available in the La Veranda Restaurant. This shaded area just outside the La Veranda is a great place for breakfast or lunch. Breakfast and lunch buffets are outstanding. Everyday at lunch they serve fresh shrimp, crab, and other shell fish as part of the buffet.


The public rooms are luxurious and tastefully decorated.


Each suite has a European king-size bed (or two twin beds), a walk-in closet, marble appointed bathroom with full sized bathtub & shower, cotton bathrobes, TV/VCR, refrigerator stocked with complimentary soft drinks & initial in-suite bar setup at embarkation, plus a personal safe, phone and minimum of 49 square foot private teak-decked balcony.



Even the bathrooms are top of the line in luxury.




Cabin Layout & Size

Some of the Mariner suites are shown below. Note all cabins are suites and all suites have a private balcony. Voyager layouts are similar but the sizes are different. The minimum size is 356 square feet (310 + 55). Her suites are also a little different with many choices in size and price.

This is the layout for the entry level cabin, the Deluxe Suite, category H to D. It is 301 square feet in total with 252 square feet in the cabin and a 49 square foot balcony.



This is the layout for the Penthouse Suite, category A to C. It is 449 square feet in total with 376 square feet in the cabin and a larger 73 square foot balcony.

This is the Horizon Suite category HS. It has 522 square feet in total with 359 square feet inside the cabin but a huge balcony of 163 square feet. These suites are all face aft and are on decks 7 to 10.



This is a Seven Seas (Forward) Suite. It has 602 square feet in total with 505 square feet inside the cabin and a balcony of 97 square feet. These are forward on deck 10 only.


This is a Seven Seas (Aft) Suite. It has 697 square feet in total with 561 square feet inside the cabin and a balcony of 136 square feet. These are in the back of decks 7 to 10.





This is the layout for the Mariner Suites, category MN. They are 739 square feet in total with 650 square feet in the cabin and a larger 89 square foot balcony.


The Grand Suite on the Mariner is 987 square feet (903 + 84 sq. ft. for the balcony) and on the Voyager it is 876 (753 + 123 sq. ft. for the balcony)





The ultimate suite is the Master Suite, shown here. It has 2002 square feet in total with 1204 square feet in the cabin plus a huge 798 square foot balcony. On Voyager the Master suites is 1403 sq. ft. (1216 plus a 187 sq. ft. balcony)





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