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Sailings
132 Nights World
departing from Miami, Florida
Cruise Line Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Ship Seven Seas Mariner
Departing Sat, Jan 06, 2024
Return Port Miami, Florida
Ports of Call Miami, Florida | Key West, Florida | Cartagena, Colombia | Panama Canal, Panama | Puntarenas, Costa Rica |...
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Miami, Florida | Key West, Florida | Cartagena, Colombia | Panama Canal, Panama | Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Puerto Corinto, Nicaragua | Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala | Acapulco, Mexico | Cabo San Lucas, Mexico | San Diego, California | Santa Barbara, California | San Francisco, California | Nawiliwili, Kauai | Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii | Kahului, Maui, Hawaii | Hilo, Hawaii | Nuku Hiva, Marquesas, French Polynesia | Fakarava, Tahiti | Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia | Moorea, French Polynesia | Bora Bora, French Polynesia | Pago Pago, American Samoa | Apia, Western Samoa | Lautoka, Fiji | Bay of Islands (Paihia), New Zealand | Auckland, New Zealand | Rotorua, New Zealand | Napier, New Zealand | Complimentary Ensemble Experience in Wellington | Sydney, Australia | Brisbane, Australia | Townsville, Australia | Cairns, Australia | Cooktown, Australia | Darwin, Australia | Komodo Island, Indonesia | Bali, Indonesia | Surabaya, Java, Indonesia | Semarang, Java, Indonesia | Singapore, Singapore | Port Kelang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia | Penang, Malaysia | Phuket, Thailand | Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar | Cochin, India | Mangalore, India | Mormugao, India | Mumbai (Bombay), India | Muscat, Oman | Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates | Salalah, Oman | Luxor/Karnak (Safaga), Egypt | Aqaba, Jordan | Haifa, Israel | Limassol, Cyprus | Rhodes, Greece | Bodrum, Turkey | Valletta, Malta | Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy | Cannes, France | Barcelona, Spain | Alicante, Spain | Malaga, Spain | Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal | Hamilton, Bermuda
Prices starting from
  • Inside
    Oceanview
    Balcony
    Suite
  • $82,299 USD $623.48 USD per day
Port charges of $11,204 USD included. Taxes and fees are not included.
Itinerary
  • Date Date Location Location Arrival Arrival Departure Departure
  • Sat, Jan 06, 2024 MIAMI, FLORIDA -- 7:00 pm
    Sun, Jan 07, 2024 KEY WEST, FLORIDA 7:00 am 3:00 pm
    Mon, Jan 08, 2024 CRUISING THE FLORIDA STRAITS -- --
    Tue, Jan 09, 2024 CRUISING THE CARIBBEAN SEA -- --
    Wed, Jan 10, 2024 CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA 7:00 am 2:00 pm
    Thu, Jan 11, 2024 PANAMA CANAL TRANSIT -- --
    Fri, Jan 12, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Sat, Jan 13, 2024 PUNTARENAS, COSTA RICA 7:00 am 5:00 pm
    Sun, Jan 14, 2024 CORINTO, NICARAGUA 10:00 am 6:00 pm
    Mon, Jan 15, 2024 PUERTO QUETZAL, GUATEMALA 9:00 am 7:00 pm
    Tue, Jan 16, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Wed, Jan 17, 2024 ACAPULCO, MEXICO 7:00 am 4:00 pm
    Thu, Jan 18, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Fri, Jan 19, 2024 CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO 7:00 am 4:00 pm
    Sat, Jan 20, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Sun, Jan 21, 2024 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 10:00 am 7:00 pm
    Mon, Jan 22, 2024 SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA 7:00 am 4:00 pm
    Tue, Jan 23, 2024 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA -- --
    Wed, Jan 24, 2024 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA -- 7:00 pm
    Thu, Jan 25, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Fri, Jan 26, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Sat, Jan 27, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Sun, Jan 28, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Mon, Jan 29, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Tue, Jan 30, 2024 NAWILIWILI, KAUAI 8:00 am 6:00 pm
    Wed, Jan 31, 2024 HONOLULU, OAHU 7:00 am 11:00 pm
    Thu, Feb 01, 2024 KAHULUI, HAWAII 8:00 am 7:00 pm
    Fri, Feb 02, 2024 HILO, HAWAII 7:00 am 5:00 pm
    Sat, Feb 03, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Sun, Feb 04, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFC OCEAN -- --
    Mon, Feb 05, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Tue, Feb 06, 2024 CRUISING THE PACIFIC OCEAN -- --
    Wed, Feb 07, 2024 NUKU HIVA, MARQUESAS ISLANDS 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Thu, Feb 08, 2024 CRUISING THE SOUTH PACIFIC -- --
    Fri, Feb 09, 2024 FAKARAVA, FRENCH POLYNESIA 7:00 am 4:00 pm
    Sat, Feb 10, 2024 MOOREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA 8:00 am 4:00 pm
    Sat, Feb 10, 2024 PAPEETE (TAHITI), FRENCH POLYNESIA 7:00 pm --
    Sun, Feb 11, 2024 PAPEETE (TAHITI), FRENCH POLYNESIA -- 9:00 pm
    Mon, Feb 12, 2024 BORA BORA, FRENCH POLYNESIA 8:00 am 6:00 pm
    Tue, Feb 13, 2024 CRUISING THE SOUTH PACIFIC -- --
    Wed, Feb 14, 2024 CRUISING THE SOUTH PACIFIC -- --
    Thu, Feb 15, 2024 PAGO PAGO, AMERICAN SAMOA 9:00 am 6:00 pm
    Fri, Feb 16, 2024 CROSSING THE INTERNATIONAL DATE LINE -- --
    Sat, Feb 17, 2024 APIA, SAMOA 7:00 am 4:00 pm
    Sun, Feb 18, 2024 CRUISING THE SOUTH PACIFIC -- --
    Mon, Feb 19, 2024 LAUTOKA, FIJI 9:00 am 5:00 pm
    Tue, Feb 20, 2024 CRUISING THE SOUTH PACIFIC -- --
    Wed, Feb 21, 2024 CRUISING THE SOUTH PACIFIC -- --
    Thu, Feb 22, 2024 BAY OF ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND 8:00 am 6:00 pm
    Fri, Feb 23, 2024 AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND 7:00 am 6:00 pm
    Sat, Feb 24, 2024 ROTORUA (TAURANGA), NEW ZEALAND 8:30 am 4:00 pm
    Sun, Feb 25, 2024 NAPIER, NEW ZEALAND 10:00 am 6:00 pm
    Mon, Feb 26, 2024 WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND 9:00 am 5:00 pm
    Tue, Feb 27, 2024 CRUISING THE TASMAN SEA -- --
    Wed, Feb 28, 2024 CRUISING THE TASMAN SEA -- --
    Thu, Feb 29, 2024 SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA 2:00 pm --
    Fri, Mar 01, 2024 SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -- 6:00 pm
    Sat, Mar 02, 2024 CRUISING THE TASMAN SEA -- --
    Sun, Mar 03, 2024 BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Mon, Mar 04, 2024 CRUISING THE CORAL SEA -- --
    Tue, Mar 05, 2024 TOWNSVILLE, AUSTRALIA 11:00 am 8:00 pm
    Wed, Mar 06, 2024 CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA 8:00 am 8:00 pm
    Thu, Mar 07, 2024 COOKTOWN, AUSTRALIA 7:00 am 4:00 pm
    Fri, Mar 08, 2024 CRUISING THE CORAL SEA -- --
    Sat, Mar 09, 2024 CRUISING THE ARAFURA SEA -- --
    Sun, Mar 10, 2024 DARWIN, AUSTRALIA 8:00 am 4:00 pm
    Mon, Mar 11, 2024 CRUISING THE TIMOR SEA -- --
    Tue, Mar 12, 2024 KOMODO, INDONESIA 9:00 am 5:00 pm
    Wed, Mar 13, 2024 BALI (BENOA), INDONESIA 10:00 am --
    Thu, Mar 14, 2024 BALI (BENOA), INDONESIA -- 1:00 pm
    Fri, Mar 15, 2024 SURABAYA, INDONESIA 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Sat, Mar 16, 2024 SEMARANG (JAVA), INDONESIA 7:00 am 5:00 pm
    Sun, Mar 17, 2024 CRUISING THE KARIMATA STRAIT -- --
    Mon, Mar 18, 2024 SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE 10:00 am --
    Tue, Mar 19, 2024 SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE -- 6:00 pm
    Wed, Mar 20, 2024 KUALA LUMPUR (PORT KLANG), MALAYSIA 9:00 am 8:00 pm
    Thu, Mar 21, 2024 PENANG, MALAYSIA 10:00 am 7:00 pm
    Fri, Mar 22, 2024 PHUKET, THAILAND 8:00 am 6:00 pm
    Sat, Mar 23, 2024 CRUISING THE ANDAMAN SEA -- --
    Sun, Mar 24, 2024 RANGOON (YANGON), BURMA (YANGON MYANMAR) 8:00 am --
    Mon, Mar 25, 2024 RANGOON (YANGON), BURMA (YANGON MYANMAR) -- --
    Tue, Mar 26, 2024 RANGOON (YANGON), BURMA (YANGON MYANMAR) -- 6:00 pm
    Wed, Mar 27, 2024 CRUISING THE BAY OF BENGAL -- --
    Thu, Mar 28, 2024 CRUISING THE BAY OF BENGAL -- --
    Fri, Mar 29, 2024 CRUISING THE BAY OF BENGAL -- --
    Sat, Mar 30, 2024 COCHIN (KOCHI), INDIA 9:00 am 6:00 pm
    Sun, Mar 31, 2024 MANGALORE, INDIA 8:00 am 6:00 pm
    Mon, Apr 01, 2024 GOA (MORMUGAO), INDIA 7:00 am 5:00 pm
    Tue, Apr 02, 2024 MUMBAI (BOMBAY), INDIA 8:00 am --
    Wed, Apr 03, 2024 MUMBAI (BOMBAY), INDIA -- 8:00 pm
    Thu, Apr 04, 2024 CRUISING THE ARABIAN SEA -- --
    Fri, Apr 05, 2024 CRUISING THE ARABIAN SEA -- --
    Sat, Apr 06, 2024 MUSCAT, OMAN 7:00 am 4:00 pm
    Sun, Apr 07, 2024 DUBAI, UAE -- 11:00 pm
    Mon, Apr 08, 2024 ABU DHABI, UAE 6:00 am 7:00 pm
    Tue, Apr 09, 2024 CRUISING THE GULF OF OMAN -- --
    Wed, Apr 10, 2024 CRUISING THE ARABIAN SEA -- --
    Thu, Apr 11, 2024 SALALAH, OMAN 9:00 am 6:00 pm
    Fri, Apr 12, 2024 CRUISING THE ARABIAN SEA -- --
    Sat, Apr 13, 2024 CRUISING THE GULF OF ADEN -- --
    Sun, Apr 14, 2024 CRUISING THE RED SEA -- --
    Mon, Apr 15, 2024 CRUISING THE RED SEA -- --
    Tue, Apr 16, 2024 LUXOR (SAFAGA), EGYPT 6:00 am --
    Wed, Apr 17, 2024 LUXOR (SAFAGA), EGYPT -- 9:00 pm
    Thu, Apr 18, 2024 AQABA, JORDAN 10:00 am 11:59 pm
    Fri, Apr 19, 2024 SUEZ CANAL TRANSIT -- --
    Sat, Apr 20, 2024 SUEZ CANAL TRANSIT -- --
    Sun, Apr 21, 2024 JERUSALEM (HAIFA), ISRAEL 6:00 am --
    Mon, Apr 22, 2024 JERUSALEM (HAIFA), ISRAEL -- 7:00 pm
    Tue, Apr 23, 2024 LIMASSOL, CYPRUS 7:00 am 4:00 pm
    Wed, Apr 24, 2024 RHODES, GREECE 10:00 am 10:00 pm
    Thu, Apr 25, 2024 BODRUM, TURKEY 7:00 am 6:00 pm
    Fri, Apr 26, 2024 CRUISING THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA -- --
    Sat, Apr 27, 2024 VALLETTA, MALTA 7:00 am 1:00 pm
    Sun, Apr 28, 2024 SALERNO,ITALY 8:00 am 5:00 pm
    Mon, Apr 29, 2024 ROME (CIVITAVECCHIA), ITALY 6:00 am 8:00 pm
    Tue, Apr 30, 2024 TUSCANY (LIVORNO), ITALY 8:00 am 8:00 pm
    Wed, May 01, 2024 CANNES, FRANCE 7:00 am 5:00 pm
    Thu, May 02, 2024 BARCELONA, SPAIN 9:00 am --
    Fri, May 03, 2024 BARCELONA, SPAIN -- 5:00 pm
    Sat, May 04, 2024 ALICANTE, SPAIN 8:00 am 4:00 pm
    Sun, May 05, 2024 MALAGA, SPAIN 9:00 am 6:00 pm
    Mon, May 06, 2024 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN -- --
    Tue, May 07, 2024 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN -- --
    Wed, May 08, 2024 PONTA DELGADA (AZORES), PORTUGAL 8:00 am 6:00 pm
    Thu, May 09, 2024 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN -- --
    Fri, May 10, 2024 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN -- --
    Sat, May 11, 2024 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN -- --
    Sun, May 12, 2024 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN -- --
    Mon, May 13, 2024 HAMILTON, BERMUDA -- --
    Tue, May 14, 2024 HAMILTON, BERMUDA -- 5:00 pm
    Wed, May 15, 2024 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN -- --
    Thu, May 16, 2024 CRUISING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN -- --
    Fri, May 17, 2024 MIAMI, FLORIDA 6:00 am --
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Regent Seven Seas Cruises
General

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the world's most inclusive luxury experience with a five-ship fleet that visits more than 450 destinations around the world. The final phase of Regent Seven Seas Cruises $125 million fleet-wide refurbishment was recently completed, elevating the elegance of its fleet to the standard set by the all-balcony, all-suite Seven Seas Explorer, which entered service on July 20, 2016. Seven Seas Explorer is joined by all-balcony, all-suite sister-ships Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner, and all-suite, 90 percent-balcony Seven Seas Navigator. In early 2020, Regent will perfect luxury with the launch of Seven Seas Splendor.

With headquarters in Miami, Regent Seven Seas Cruises is owned by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., a diversified cruise operator of leading global cruise lines Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. These brands operate a combined 25 ships with approximately 50,400 lower berths visiting more than 510 destinations worldwide. The Company will introduce seven additional ships through 2025, and has an option to introduce two additional ships for delivery in 2026 and 2027.

Ship
Seven Seas Mariner
Overview

All-Balcony Suites

Attention to detail distinguishes Regent Seven Sea Cruises and the exceptional suites on Seven Seas Mariner®. Every guest enjoys spacious closets, well-appointed bathrooms and a private balcony with views of the shimmering sea.

Deck Plans

Your home at sea offers much more than home, from Broadway-caliber entertainment on Deck 6 to a putting green on Deck 12 to relaxing whirlpools on Deck 11. Explore the deck plans to make the most of your time on board.

A Look Inside Seven Seas Mariner

Soothing colors accented by appealing patterns and textures dominate the interiors of Seven Seas Mariner®. The common spaces offer everything from wide-open views on the upper deck to intimate tables for bridge in the Card Room.

Cruises

If you wish to sail amidst the stunning glaciers of Alaska in comfort and style, you’ll find your ideal voyage in the summer itineraries of Seven Seas Mariner®. In other seasons, the ship explores the wonders of Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

Cuisine

Chartreuse

Tucked away off of Horizon Lounge, Chartreuse is a hidden gem featuring modern French fare with attentive servers and a maître d' on hand to ensure your dining experience is flawless and accompanied by the finest French wines. The menu beckons with a variety of ‘new’ flavors such as a veal rack of loin with caramelized endive, grape chutney and the earthy tones of a walnut veal jus sauce.

Coffee Connection

Your informal destination to relax, meet fellow guests and enjoy coffee and snacks throughout the day. Hungry? Cereals, fruits, pastries and bagels are available every morning. Lunch includes cold cuts, cheeses, assorted rolls and cookies. Sandwiches, fruit and fresh cookies and cakes are available all day. While snacking, international newspapers are available for your perusal.

Compass Rose

As the flagship restaurant aboard each of our ships, the wonderfully spacious Compass Rose serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and features an exceptional variety of European-inspired Continental cuisine, as well as flavorful vegetarian and kosher dishes. Elegantly decorated in blues and silvers with stunning Versace tableware, Compass Rose delights with a beautifully refined atmosphere bathed in natural light during the day.

La Veranda

Serving breakfast and lunch, you'll find La Veranda to be a popular eating spot any time of day. Spacious and comfortably casual, La Veranda offers regional specialties that often reflect the cuisines of the countries called on. Dishes are presented in a buffet style that displays the diversity of the menu. La Veranda also features an authentic pizzeria and a shaded, open-air veranda for dining al fresco.

Pool Grill

The Pool Grill is truly a come-as-you-are venue. Enjoy this casual dining experience whether you’re getting a bite after sunbathing or swimming in the pool. The Pool Grill is open-air, yet abundantly shaded for comfortable dining at lunch or dinner. Enjoy grilled-to-order burgers, grilled seafood, sandwiches, and fresh salads. Treat yourself to milkshakes and malts or an old-fashioned hand-dipped ice cream dessert with toppings.

Prime 7

A true classic that sets a new standard in American steakhouse fare. Handsomely decorated throughout, Prime 7 on Seven Seas Mariner® welcomes you with a vibrant blue palette set off with white-leather chairs, dazzling the eyes as your appetite gets serious. Dine on expertly prepared filet mignon and cote de boeuf, accompanied by tantalizing sides to share and topped off with expert wine recommendations. Prime 7 is open for dinner only.

Sette Mari at La Veranda

Each evening, La Veranda transforms into Sette Mari at La Veranda, a casual, intimate dining experience. Choose from authentic Italian specialties inspired by family recipes that span generations, or opt for something with a modern twist like a spice-crusted tuna steak with braised endive, polenta and salmoriglio. Savor it all with a perfectly paired Tuscan wine. Sette Mari at La Veranda is open for dinner only.


Activities

Bocce Court

The originators of bocce ball 7,000 years ago couldn't have imagined their simple game being played high atop a glorious ocean liner... but you’ll be able to do more than imagine while playing it onboard Seven Seas Explorer®. Bocce ball – also known as Italian lawn bowling – is played with a pallina and 8 larger balls, all of course provided.

Card & Conference Room

Two complete Card and Conference Rooms can be used for everything from bridge lectures and tournaments to corporate meetings to special events. The spaces may be combined by removing the dividing door.

Destination Services

The road to a richer life is paved with learning and new discoveries. That's why Regent opens up a world of adventure for every taste and comfort level - whether it is on shore during your cruise or an adventurous beginning or end to your vacation. Destination Services can arrange personalized shore excursions, designed for smaller groups and according to your own interests. Or they can assist with tailor-made pre-and post-cruise programs, from a simple stay in a luxurious hotel to a 3-night extension in a remote locale. Whatever your desire, they can produce unique opportunities for a more intimate view.

Golf Net


The glorious ocean vistas you’ll admire every day won’t necessarily have you thinking of golf course fairways, but if you find yourself wishing you could be practicing your fairway swing, head to our Golf Net. All the clubs and golf balls you need are available. Who knows? Maybe you’ll return home from your voyage with a few kinks worked out of your golf swing.



Internet Cafe


If you prefer to travel without a laptop, our staffed Internet Cafe offers desktop computers that allow you to access your emails and browse the Internet. Printer access is available for a nominal fee. Seven Seas Mariner® provides WiFi access throughout the ship, allowing you to connect to the Internet with whatever device you've brought on board.


Library


Well-stocked and exceedingly comfortable, you'll immediately feel at ease within the Library’s calm setting. Browse a vast collection of volumes, from destination-specific guide books to best-selling mysteries to classics of literature, on a variety of comfortable chairs. Conveniently located across from the Card Room, our library is a welcoming, low-key treasure you just may find hard to leave.


Pool Bar


When you envision an activity you’re only likely to do while on vacation, sipping a frozen drink at a pool bar onboard a glorious cruise ship is probably near the top of the list. You can tick that box at our Pool Bar, where you and new friends can enjoy leisurely conversation over cocktails and frozen drinks in a delightfully relaxed atmosphere.


Pool Deck


Our Pool Deck is one of the most expansive at sea and features a large heated pool, two whirlpools and table tennis. Surrounded by luxurious teak accents, you’ll be consistently awestruck by the pool’s magnificent vistas high upon Seven Seas Mariner®. You’ll also be impressed by our amiable and dedicated crew, who stand at the ready to provide refreshing beverages and comfortable lounge chairs.

Putting Green


While the Golf Net is meant to help you improve your fairway swing, our Putting Greens are less about self-improvement than group fun as your ship travels from one destination to another. A popular pastime is gathering friends after an afternoon cocktail and heading to the top deck of Seven Seas Explorer® for a spirited competition as twilight approaches and a delicious dinner in one of our stellar restaurants looms.


Shuffleboard


This isn't the sleepy version of shuffleboard. From high atop Seven Seas Explorer®, you'll be enchanted by ocean vistas stretching horizon to horizon as you engage in a game that dates back

Entertainment

The Casino

If you're in the gaming mood, head to our elegantly appointed Casino for a few hands of blackjack or to try your luck at roulette, poker, the craps table or slot machines. Whether you're a player or spectator, the excitement is contagious, the drinks delightful and the staff welcoming. Our stylish Casino is open every day at sea when not restricted by territorial border limits.


Connoisseur Club

Maybe it’s the deep blue walls that give the Connoisseur Club such a gentile, old-fashioned feel. Or maybe it’s the collection of impossible comfortable leather armchairs. Whatever it is, this is a relaxing spot for you and new friends to enjoy a fine cigar and sip cognac (both are available for purchase) in classic gentleman's club environs. Smoking is permitted in the club.


Constellation Theater

Smartly tiered for pleasing sightlines and decked out with delightfully plush seating, our Constellation Theater is an intimate venue without a bad seat in the house. Settle in, admire the grand surroundings, and be prepared to witness phenomenal performances that vary from full-scale musical revues to rousing singalongs, all backed by our incredible, five-piece Regent Signature Orchestra.


Horizon Lounge

The Horizon Lounge is an ideal destination for classic cocktails or to simply relax and engage in conversation with new friends. Resident musicians play familiar tunes throughout the day as well as before and after dinner, making it ideal for informal plans. Game shows, night entertainment and live musical events are featured regularly.

Mariner Lounge 

Discover for yourself why the Mariner Lounge and nightclub is the perfect venue to meet new friends for a pre-dinner cocktail. As the night progresses, the spectacularly designed space turns into a nightclub where night owls gather to dance into the night or maybe sing along in a karaoke competition. Musicians entertain nightly, and during the late hours on selected nights a DJ spins records and takes requests.


Observation Lounge

A chic yet comfortable space to read, relax and enjoy a cocktail while admiring the spectacular views offered every time Seven Seas Mariner® enters and leaves one of its worldwide ports of call. Live music is played throughout the day, making this another inviting onboard destination to to unwind with afternoon tea, pre-dinner cocktails or a satisfying nightcap.


Stars Lounge

High-backed velvet chairs and a shimmering bar are highlights of this popular spot for after-dinner drinks and late-night cocktails, but it's a glistening stairwell to the upstairs Casino that gives Stars Lounge a certain throwback appeal. A long-time guest favorite, this arty lounge has a circular dance floor that beckons night owls to dance into the wee hours or partake in karaoke competitions.


Spa & Fitness

Fitness Center

Serene Spa & Wellness™ fitness experts lead popular exercise classes, such as Pilates, yoga and meditation and are on hand to offer advice and demonstrate the use of fitness equipment. Equipment includes spinning bikes, dumbbells, treadmills, Technogym Strength Machines, workout mats and step benches. One-on-one training can be arranged with a fitness instructor. Guests under the age of 16 are not permitted in the Fitness Center.

Jogging Track

Whether you prefer to start your day with a brisk jog or wait until later and get in an afternoon walk, our Track is a popular destination for those who’ve developed active lifestyles back on dry land. Onboard Seven Seas Mariner® it’s an outstanding place to get your heart pumping while enjoying unforgettable ocean vistas.

Paddle Tennis Court

One look at our Paddle Tennis Court and you’ll know it’s a place of serious competition. All the equipment you need is nearby, the court is completely screened and the surface is immaculate. Whether you find yourself in a tense match or something more leisurely, you and your fellow players will be enjoying fresh ocean air and fantastic views from high atop your ship.

Serene Spa & Wellness 

Serene Spa & Wellness is a globally inspired, tranquil haven of health, beauty and wellness, offering restorative treatments and activities to soothe both the body and mind. Strengthen and elevate both your body and mind as you engage with a variety of treatments and services designed to enhance your whole being, from massages, and body wraps to facials, manicures and pedicures and exclusive treatments curated especially for Regent Seven Seas Cruises®.


Amenities

Atrium

Often described as the crossroads of the ship, our Atrium is an inspiring testament to the grandeur of luxury ocean travel. Winding staircases wrap down several decks before meeting in the Atrium, which is a work of art itself. A glittering, modern, glass sculpture rises up the inside of the Atrium, reaching all the way to the open decks.

Boutiques

Stop into our boutiques and browse a wide range of items – upscale handbags to exclusive fragrances to fine jewelry – in an intimate and unhurried setting. You’ll also find a variety of clothes, Regent Seven Seas Cruises® logo wear and gift items to share with friends and family. Our boutiques are staffed by friendly salespeople. Opening hours vary and are printed in the Passages daily newsletter.

Club.com

It's easy to stay connected, even while sailing the seven seas. Our ships have WiFi throughout for guests with their own laptops, and there are plenty of computers in the staffed Internet Cafe, which is open round the clock. Printers, e-mails, Internet access and Wireless access throughout the ship are all available for a nominal fee.

Reception & Concierge

Our welcoming Reception Desk is open 24 hours a day and our staff is happy to answer your questions and provide any general assistance you may need. The Purser can be contacted at the Reception Desk as well. The Purser can change traveler's checks and accepts payments of shipboard accounts at the end of the cruise. Postcards and letters can be dropped off here as well and will be delivered to the postal service at the next port of call.

Ship Facts
  • Overall Length: 709 feet (216 meters)
  • Beam (width): 93 feet (28.35 meters)
  • Draft: 21 feet (6.4 meters)
  • Passengers: 700
  • Officers: European
  • Crew: 445 International
  • Guest Decks: 8
  • Gross Tonnage: 48,075
  • Cruising Speed: 20 knots
  • Ship's Registry:Bahamas
Decks
Stateroom Legend
  • Stateroom Legend
  • A Penthouse Suite
  • B Penthouse Suite
  • C Penthouse Suite
  • D Concierge Suite
  • E Concierge Suite
  • F Deluxe Veranda Suite
  • G Deluxe Veranda Suite
  • GS GS Grand Suite
  • H Deluxe Veranda Suite
  • HS HS Horizon Suite
  • MN MN Mariner Suite
  • MS MS Master Suite
  • SS SS Seven Seas Suite (Forward)
  • SSA SS Seven Seas Suite (AFT)
Stateroom Symbol Legend
  • Stateroom Symbol Legend
  • Features a glass-enclosed shower stall instead of a bath tub
  • Convertible sofa bed
  • 2-bedroom suite accommodates up to six guests
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Connecting Rooms
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Deck Twelve

Deck Twelve
Destination
World
What can you say about going on a cruise around the world? Only in the movies? Only in dreams? Well, in this case reality may just be mimicking art. The trip of a lifetime is available right now.

From one end of this great earth to the other, you''ll travel via the luxury of a cruise ship. Be pampered on board as your home-at-sea makes its way through international waters to far away places.
Ports of Call
Miami, Florida
City Miami

Discover the cosmopolitan beauty of Miami along Florida's fabled Gold Coast. Stroll through carefully preserved Art Deco neighborhoods and witness the trendy lifestyle that is South Beach. Enjoy open-air shopping in the Bayside Marketplace and shop for a bite to eat in Coconut Grove, with its harborside cafes and quaint, artistic settings.

Key West, Florida
City Key West

Key West is the southernmost point in the Continental United States and home of "Papa" Hemingway's noted hangout, Sloppy Joe's. Tour Presiden Truman's "Little White House" or bask on a beach that's just 90 miles from Cuba.

Cartagena, Colombia
City Cartagena

Charming Cartagena is one of the most fascinating towns in South America. The old city, almost completely surrounded by lagoons, bays and the Caribbean Sea, is still girded by its 17th-century fortifications. Once these guarded the gold and treasures of the New World, bound for Spain; now they shelter ornate churches and convents, the dramatic Palace of the Inquisition, and other historic gems.

Panama Canal, Panama

Spend an unforgettable day cruising the Panama Canal, a fifty-one-mile waterway through the rainforest that is one of the world's engineering masterpieces. The ship glides down the canal with inches to spare, through locks that raise and lower it like a toy. Along the way it crosses enormous Gatun Lake, and the amazing Gaillard Cut, blasted out of a solid mountainside.

Puntarenas, Costa Rica
City Puntarenas

Puerto Corinto, Nicaragua

Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala

Puerto Quetzal has become the destination of choice for historians interested in looking at ancient Mayan ruins. The ancient city of Tikal is nearby, and its ruins are remarkably well preserved. Once you've seen the ruins, take it easy along Guatemala's Pacific shore. The beaches here attract Guatemalans from all over the country.

Acapulco, Mexico
City Acapulco

Whitewashed villas ring magnificent Acapulco Bay, forming an unforgettable spectacle. View Mexico's premier Pacific playground from the scenic highway above the harbor, then stop to enjoy Acapulco's most famous attraction: the daredevil cliff-divers of La Quebrada, who pray at a nearby chapel, then plunge from the 130-foot-high cliffs.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
City San Lucas

Sail past Los Arcos, the soaring rock archway at the extreme southern tip of Baja California that guards Cabo's perfect harbor. This idyllic bay once sheltered treasure ships from the Orient, and pirate brigs bent on those treasures. Now Cabo caters to an international vacation set, and has a strong artistic tradition famous for its black-coral jewelry.

San Diego, California
City San Diego

Blessed with a sunny climate and a fine natural harbor, San Diego has grown from a Spanish mission into a thriving town. With two universities, a world-class zoo and safari park, the famous Hotel Del Coronado and the museums and attractions of Balboa Park, it's well worth exploring.

Santa Barbara, California
City Santa Barbara

California's Santa Barbara is located in the southwestern region of the state in Santa Barbara County. The city of Santa Barbara is the largest city in Santa Barbara County. One of Santa Barbara's best assets would be its beaches. One of the recommended beaches would be the West Beach which is located right in between the wharf and the marina and is perfect for a relaxing day at the beach. Another recommended beach would be the Leadbetter Beach which is well known for family activities and swimming and is provides the ideal picnic experience.

San Francisco, California
City San Francisco

Sailing under the Golden Gate Bridge and into San Francisco's broad bay will surely be a highlight of your cruising life. Once docked along the Embarcadero, you're just a short walk from Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown, North Beach and other attractions that make this one of the world's favorite cities. The scenic Napa Valley wine country is nearby, too.

Nawiliwili, Kauai
City Nawiliwili

Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
City Honolulu

Diamond Head, Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor - these names evoke feeling of magic, mystery, drama and history, and they are all located in Honolulu. The capital of Hawaii, this city not only offers some of the best beaches along side big-city skyscrapers, there are also parks, fabulous shopping, the only royal palace in America, the Arizona Memorial in the harbor at Pearl City, the Polynesian Cultural Center and more.

Kahului, Maui, Hawaii
City Kahului

Located on the north side of Maui, known as the Valley Island, Kahului is the principal seaport and the best "jumping off point" for this island's attractions. You may visit the old provincial town of Wailuka and its museum; or the Valley of the Kings, with its towering rock monolith, Iao Needle -- dramatic, beautiful and isolated. You'll also find fabulous beaches and resorts, and Lahaina, an old whaling town and the first capital of the islands. Maui also boasts the largest dormant volcano in the world.

Hilo, Hawaii
City Hilo

Located on the eastern seashore of the big island of Hawaii, Hilo is an old sugar town and the second-best (after Honolulu) seaport in the islands. Also known as the flower capital of the state, Hilo boasts flower farms and Queen Liliuokalani Park, an authentic Japanese garden. You may wish to visit the black sand beaches of the Puna District. Or Kilauea, the world's largest volcano; its crater is the legendary home of Pele, goddess of fire, who keeps watch over her domain of Volcanoes National Park.

Nuku Hiva, Marquesas, French Polynesia
City Nuku Hiva

Fakarava, Tahiti
City Fakarava

Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia
City Papeete

The largest of the Society Islands in French Polynesia, Tahiti held a magical attraction for artist Paul Gauguin and writer Robert Louis Stevenson. To understand why, simply listen to the winds whistling through casuarina trees on a secluded black-sand beach, or stroll through beautiful botanical gardens and marvel at island flora.

Moorea, French Polynesia
City Moorea

Part of the Society Islands of Polynesia, North West of Tahiti.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia
City Bora Bora

James Michener called it the most beautiful island in the South Pacific. You may confirm his opinion, either by the local "Le Truck" transport, 4-wheel-drive van, or in a helicopter overhead. And the offshore beauty is accessible by a glass-bottomed boat or by snorkeling.

Pago Pago, American Samoa
City Pago Pago

Pago Pago is the capital of American Samoa, a verdant chain of seven South Pacific isles 2600 miles south of Hawaii. Populated for over 2,500 years, many experts believe this is the birthplace of Polynesian culture. The people of American Samoa are gracious and hospitable and value their traditional ways. You'll witness village life first-hand as you tour this lush, mountainous island.

Apia, Western Samoa
City Apia

After years of wandering the south seas, Robert Louis Stevenson chose this paradise as his home. If you like, visit his house and Aggie Grey's hotel. After touring the island, you'll come to understand why the Reverend John Williams, the first European to visit Apia, dubbed Samoa the "Friendly Islands."

Lautoka, Fiji
City Lautoka

...Lautoka has countless natural treasures and unmolested habitats that are simply glorious... Sugar is the official crop of Lautoka, and September is the best time of the year to visit, as the entire town celebrates the enchanting Sugar Festival...

Bay of Islands (Paihia), New Zealand
City Paihia

Auckland, New Zealand
City Auckland

New Zealand's largest city is draped over seven volcanoes and wrapped around Waitemata Harbour (meaning "sea of sparkling waters" in Maori). Despite its British feel, it is the world's largest Polynesian city. Shop for Polynesian crafts on Queen Street, the main drag. Or from atop Mt. Eden, overlook the "City of Sails," which will host the America's Cup races in 2000.

Rotorua, New Zealand
City Rotorua

Napier, New Zealand
City Napier

Complimentary Ensemble Experience in Wellington
City Wellington

...exquisite architecture, great museums, and fabulous dining establishments.The accommodations and amenities in Wellington are superb, and during the summer there are many hot beach spots...

Sydney, Australia
City Sydney

Sydney is Australia''s showcase: the oldest settlement, the largest and most thriving city, the cultural melting pot. It curves around idyllic Port Jackson, where sandstone cliffs and bright islands complement the Opera House and Harbor Bridge. Wander the cobbled colonial streets of the historic Rocks quarter, or tour the mansions of Watson''s Bay.

Brisbane, Australia

Nestled between the Gold Coast to the south and the Sunshine Coast to the north, laid-back Brisbane makes the most of its magnificent beaches, offering an ideal blend of Aussie ease and urban energy. Wander in the lush Botanical Gardens, shop in the Queen Street Mall, or enjoy the countless cafes and restaurants along the banks of the Brisbane River.

Townsville, Australia

Cairns, Australia
City Cairns

The Great Barrier Reef city of Cairns is the northernmost city of Queensland and is located amidst endless stretches of white sandy beach, attracting visitors from around the world. Although Cairns is the scuba-diving capital of the Great Barrier Reef, you can also wander along the Esplanade, with its remarkable views over Trinity Bay, or explore the Heritage Walk with its fascinating insights into the city's history.

Cooktown, Australia

During his travels in the Pacific, Captain Cook "discovered" this oldest part of Queensland over 200 years ago. Cooktown was once the destination for the ambitious miners who joined the gold rush of the 1870s. Today, one can get a glimpse into the area's historic past by visiting the museum and wandering around this quaint town. Adverture-seekers will enjoy a crocodile river cruise and a chance to explore the real "wild west" of the Australian outback.

Darwin, Australia

Named after evolutionist Charles Darwin, this tropical city on the top end of Australia is a former frontier town with a rough-and-tumble past. Darwin's growth was achieved back in 1871 with the discovery of gold at Pine Creek, and today a number of historic buildings from that era remain. Darwin is also the center of the aboriginal community, the world's oldest culture. From here, you can visit Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage Site renowned not only for its Australian wildlife but Aboriginal rock art.

Komodo Island, Indonesia
City Komodo

A rare discovery awaits the traveler who ventures onto this remote island of Komodo. Walking through the dense vegetation, hearing and seeing a variety of bird and animal life, you may feel you've landed in another epoch. Indeed, the last vestiges of long-gone dinosaurs survive here, in the form of the legendary, giant lizards called Komodo Dragons.

Bali, Indonesia
City Bali

Known as the "Island of the Gods," Bali is famous for its shimmering beauty and fascinating culture. Hundreds of Hindu temples, towering mountains and verdant rice terraces form a spectacular backdrop to the charm of the Balinese people. Here are mysterious volcanic lakes and jungle-shrouded volcanoes, wondrous ancient temples, fabulously creative painters and wood-carvers, and the legendary dancers who

Surabaya, Java, Indonesia
City Surbaya

One of the last traditional Indonesian cities that evokes old colonial Asia, Surabaya remains delightfully untouristed and little changed from the thirties. You'll discover old neighborhoods of typical Dutch colonial homes, while in Islamic enclaves throughout the city, men in fez-like hats gather around mosques with minarets. Visit the Surabaya Zoo exhibiting a family of Komodo dragons. Or travel across the narrow straits from Java to the island of Madura and a bygone way of life, where a centuries-old style of bull racing still continues to be used as a method of breeding selection for the island's important cattle industry.

Semarang, Java, Indonesia
City Semarang

From Semarang, travel through the lush jungles of Java to the astounding temples of Borobudur, the largest Buddhist monument on earth built in the 8th century. Here view a complex of dramatic carved towers that were forgotten for almost 800 years! Topped by graceful stupas, the winding pathways display carved panels depicting the life of Buddha.

Singapore, Singapore
City Singapore

One of Asia's great success stories, this island republic has merged diverse cultures into a dynamic and thriving nation. Clean, modern and full of green gardens, its neighborhoods reflect the Chinese, Malay, Indian, Arab and European backgrounds of its past. After sampling the legendary shopping, retire to Raffles Hotel's famous bar and toast Maugham, Kipling and Noel Coward with a Singapore Sling.

Port Kelang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia
City Port Klang

Malaysia's capital rises like a vision from the deep jungles. Its fascinating array of architectural styles includes Malay stilt villages, Islamic minarets, Hindu temples, Chinese shop houses and the indescribable opulence of the Royal Palace. In the background rise the world's tallest buildings, the Petronas Twin Towers completed in 1996.

Penang, Malaysia
City George Town

The swirl of Batik in eastern bazaars, the cascade of waterfalls in the Botanical Gardens, jungle-clad hills ringed by golden beaches, these are the images you will take from Penang. This lovely resort island and its bustling capital of Georgetown are the picture of Malaysian diversity. Visit the Temple of the Reclining Buddha and Kek Lok Si, one of the most beautiful temples in Southeast Asia. See the ornate Khoo Kongsi, and old Chinese clan house; and an 18th century British fortress. Enjoy the Chinese embroidery and Malay daggers in the Penang Museum, or marvel at the Penang Bridge (third longest in the world).

Phuket, Thailand
City Phuket

Set like a jewel in the Andaman Sea, Thailand's largest island has great expanses of sandy beaches that lure sun-seekers to their shores, and a unique culture combining influences from China and Portugal. Visit the fabled monastery of Wat Chalong, the Orchard Garden and the Thai Village, where examples of the country's culture are presented in a tranquil lakeside setting.

Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
City Yangon

Ancient Burmese culture endures in this exotic city of the Irawaddy River. The jewel of the city formerly known as Rangoon is the Shewedagon Pagoda, one of the world's great Buddhist shrines, which is literally swathed in gold as well as diamonds, rubies and other precious stones.

Cochin, India
City Cochin

The lush Kerala region is the proverbial land of incense and myrrh, from which the world has sought its exotic spices since ancient times. The aromas of ginger, cloves, cardamom, cumin and other key ingredients of Indian curries fill the air. Not far from Mattancheri Palace, with its mythological murals, is a Jewish colony dating back to 1000 A.D. Don't miss the 16th century synagogue with hand-painted floor tiles from China. A visit to the St. Francis church reveals the tomb of the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama. Guests may also tour the "Mattancheri" or Dutch Palace, which houses some of India's finest Hindu frescoes and ceremonial costumes.

Mangalore, India
City Mangalore

Mormugao, India
City Mormugao

Mumbai (Bombay), India
City Mumbai

Few cities evoke such a wealth of sensations as Bombay. Entering the city under the Gateway of India, which commemorates the visit of King George and Queen Mary in 1911, the sounds and aromas are exotic and the level of activity from the bazaars to the street vendors is non-stop. Remnants of British rule along oceanfront Marine Drive stand alongside the thought-provoking former home of Mahatma Gandhi, and the cave temple at Elephanta with its second-century Hindu gods. Bombay also serves as the gateway for land tours to Agra, home of the Taj Mahal, and Delhi, the historical center of India.

Muscat, Oman
City Muscat

The town has changed in recent times, but a glimpse of Muscat's past shows in the old houses lining the Mutrah corniche above the harbor, and in the traditional market souks. See the Sultan's Palace, the National Museum and perhaps indulge in Amonage or Ubar perfumes produced here-the world's most expensive.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
City Dubai

Despite the primeval desert that surrounds it, spirited Dubai has spent its oil income on modern architecture based on soaring Islamic spires. Explore the souk bazaars for gold and silks, Persian and Afghani rugs and more. And be sure to visit the Juneira Mosque.

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
City Abu Dhabi

Before the 1960s, Abu Dhabi was only a bleak fishing and pearling village. Now everything is modern, sleek and shiny and makes up 85% of the total area of the UAE. It has become the richest and most politically important of the UAE's seven emirates. It is a big city for doing business and considered safe and secure for foreigners as long as you avoid demonstrations and political gatherings. It has been accused of being a soulless place, but to be honest it does have its attractions. Some key attractions are the Al-Hosn Palace used by the Cultural Foundation, the beautiful Capital Garden of the Corniche, and the Women's Craft Centre where you will be able to shop for some very detailed souvenirs.

Salalah, Oman
City Salalah

Like a magic carpet spread before the sea, Oman's coastal plain is one of the most fertile areas of Arabia. Famous since antiquity as the source of frankincense, Salalah was already a prosperous town when Marco Polo visited it in the 13th century! Inland rise the forbidding Al-Quar... Mountains, and the desolate "Empty Quarter" of central Saudi Arabia.

Luxor/Karnak (Safaga), Egypt
City Luxor

Aqaba, Jordan
City Aqaba

Haifa, Israel
City Haifa

A lovely seaport in its own right, Haifa is a departure point for Tel Aviv and Holy Land sightseeing. Jerusalem beckons with the Mount of Olives and the Western Wall. Jericho, Nazareth, Bethlehem, and the crusader city of Acre are also within reach.

Limassol, Cyprus
City Limassol

The birthplace of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, is nearby on this island - the third largest in Europe. Explore what is now called the Medieval Museum, a restored castle where Richard the Lionheart married in 1191. Visit a mosque, browse the local artisan shops and take in the natural and architectural delights of Cyprus.

Rhodes, Greece
City Rhodes

Legend has it that Apollo blessed this isle with sunshine and beauty. True to the myths, the "Island of Roses" is rich in magnificent scenery and umbrella-lined beaches. Take an excursion to Lindos, where high on a hill rises an ancient acropolis dedicated to the goddess Athena. You will also want to see the medieval Old Town, once home to the Crusading Knights of St. John, and tour the Grand Master's Palace, an Italian restoration famed for its superb mosaic floors.

Bodrum, Turkey
City Bodrum

Built upon the remains of the city of Halicarnassus, Bodrum is now a beautiful resort village on the Aegean Coast with intriguing sights. Visit the ruins of the Mausoleum, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, or the Crusader Castle that guards the harbor.

Valletta, Malta
City Valletta

The Knights of St. John made this their base in the Mediterranean Sea. The castles, cathedrals and fortresses they built still are their remaining legacy. But Phoenicians, Romans, Carthaginians and Arabs preceded them and left their marks as well. Take a drive to M''dina, the former capital, and wonder at Europe''s third-largest dome in Mostra.

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
City Civitavecchia

The port of Civitavecchia is the gateway to The Eternal City, where all roads lead. Mad traffic careens past monuments of the great civilizations of the past. You will want to see it all: the soaring inspiration of St. Peter's, the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel; the flow of life along the Spanish Steps, the Coliseum, the Via Veneto and Trevi Fountain. Be sure to leave time for la dolce vita in one of the piazzas.

Cannes, France
City Cannes

Barcelona, Spain
City Barcelona

Barcelona is the cultural heartland of Spain, yet its first language is Catalan, the native tongue of the proudly independent Catalonia region. Stroll down the shady, tree-lined Ramblas between street musicians and elegant bistros. Then perhaps visit the venerable Gothic cathedral, Picasso Museum or enjoy the architectural genius of Antonio Gaudi's Church of the Holy Family.

Alicante, Spain
City Alicante

Malaga, Spain
City Malaga

The Plaza de Merced, cathedrals, and museums of Malaga make it a remarkable site for studying the history and culture of Spain.The coastline that borders the city is magnificent, and it creates a wonderful backdrop to the ancient land.

Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal
City Ponta Delgada

A hidden treasure, the remote Azores islands lie 900 miles west of Portugal and 2,110 miles east of New York. Ponta Delgada's stunning Portuguese architecture and luxuriant, flower-filled parks make walking through this city a joy. Venture out of the city and prepare yourself for some of the most beautiful scenery you have ever witnessed. Dramatic rocky cliffs descend to pristine bays, where you may find a virtually deserted stretch of gorgeous beach. Extinct craters are filled with turquoise waters, and surrounded by gardens of hydrangeas and greenery that thrive in the rich volcanic soil.

Hamilton, Bermuda
City Hamilton

The neatly maintained vintage shops of Front Street are at your doorstep when you dock at Hamilton. British influences have blended comfortably with casual island style. Explore the town, including the Royal Yacht Club and the Historical Museum, or take a drive around the island to the Botanical Gardens and St. George's, the old capital with its 18th-century Town Hall and cobblestone lanes.

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