Regent Seven Seas Mariner To Recieve Major Refurbishment
Monday 12th February 2018, 2:11pm
Regent Seven Seas Mariner is to receive a bow-to-stern refurbishment which will take place during a 20-day drydock period in April.
Once complete, Seven Seas Mariner will re-emerge with plenty of exciting new features including new culinary experiences, new suite designs and freshly rejuvenated guest spaces. She will set sail and reposition to the Pacific Northwest for Alaskan cruising upon her return.
Mariner’s atrium and guest spaces will receive a facelift with fresh carpeting, art, furniture and decor and the library will be remodelled and feature dark-wood bookshelves set against cream furnishings and an impressive copper chandelier.
New suites onboard will also receive some attention with Regent Elite Slumber beds being installed, as well as walk-in wardrobes and marble-accented bathrooms, which will include L’Occitane amenities.
For the update in dining, Seven Seas Mariner will replace the French Restaurant onboard ‘Signatures’ with Regent’s newer French offering, ‘Chartreuse’ which can be found on Seven Seas Explorer and Voyager. The existing restaurant will be rejuvenated and transformed with new decor, furniture and dishware.
Other restaurants onboard Compass Rose and Prime 7 will also be updated in terms of looks with Prime 7 set to feature a vibrant blue and tan colour scheme. Compass Rose will also benefit from an expanded menu with customization options available to passengers. The Pool Grill is set to receive new buffet bars to highlight the enhanced lunch menu and also new infrared barbecue grills to cook up some fantastic dining options.
The refurbishment of Seven Seas Mariner will conclude Regent Seven Seas’s Cruises’ $125 million dollar revamp program to upgrade the fleet to the standard which has been set by Seven Seas Explorer.