Passenger area tour of the Seven Seas Mariner – all inclusive luxury cruising

All-inclusive means an all-inclusive. The mini-bar is replenished every day, and there is a complimentary iPad to use during your stay. Yes, the ridiculous all-inclusive is all included. The Seven Seas Mariner was the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony ship. With just 8 decks it is a boutique ship that has only 700 guests and has a staff-to-guest ratio of 1 to 1.6 which ensures the absolute highest level of personal service. The video also shows the four gourmet restaurants, coffee connection, lounges and suites. Take a look at the Seven Seas Mariner.

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216m in length, 700 guests, 444 crew and 350 suits on this 48,075 tonnage ship. There are 8 different types of suites, and that is not just a fancy name like calling them staterooms. These are suites.

In 2002 it was awarded “Ship of the Year” by Ocean and Cruise News and it had a full refit in 2018 so would compete today for the same title. And it was in the news again in 2009, when Seven Seas Mariner rescued an around-the-world sailor from a crippled sailing yacht west of New Zealand.


Blood Diamonds is out at the end of 2021. It is a full-on action crime mystery and a romance that you will not be expecting. Blood Diamonds sees the end of CSCI in that Ship is dropped from the agency title. It is the start of the shorter name for the agency, CCI CRUISE CRIME INVESTIGATORS. For those following the cruise novels, expect change.


You may have seen the author on a ship giving an after-dinner talk or perhaps in the theatre during the day. His page is here. Stuart St Paul – click here