REGENT Seven Seas Mariner is making her first visit to our part of the world since getting a freshen up earlier this year.
The ship received a bow-to-stern revamp during a 20-day break in a Marseille drydock earlier this year with the tweaks including a redesigned pool deck, remodelled library, new suite designs, and updated specialty restaurants.
The ship commenced her 2018/19 season Downunder by visiting Auckland with the schedule including a 36-night voyage that circumnavigates Australia and a 20-night journey from Sydney to Singapore.
“2018 has been an exciting year for Regent Seven Seas Cruises with the completion of our $125 million refurbishment program ushering in a new era of opulence for luxury cruising,” says the company’s boss in the Asia-Pacific region Steve Odell.
“We are excited to have both Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator in our region this 18/19 season for some 75 days, and will also be a great taste of what’s to come with the arrival of Seven Seas Explorer into local waters for the first time in 2020.”
Here are some pics snapped on board since the renovation to provide a sneak peek for those planning to a trip on board the Regent Seven Seas Mariner while she’s navigating the Australian coastline.