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 Club Mariner Youth Program

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Luxurious Ships
The fleet has four ships, including two all-balcony, all-suite ships, the Seven Seas Voyager and the Seven Seas Mariner. The 46,000-ton Seven Seas Voyager offers worldwide itineraries and accommodates her guests in 354 oceanview suites with private balconies. In keeping with the line's six-star traditions, she boasts exceptionally generous space-per-guest ratios with the world's largest lead-in suites at sea, measuring a minimum of 356 square feet, with balcony. Luxury amenities and services include top European service, Butler service for select suites, and some of the finest dining on the high seas in four restaurants including "Signatures", which is dedicated to the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu of Paris.
The 50,000-ton, 700-guest Seven Seas Mariner was the first all-balcony, all-suite ship, offering worldwide itineraries and accommodating her guests in 354 luxurious oceanview suites with private balconies. The Seven Seas Mariner boasts Le Cordon Bleu's first restaurant at sea, "Signatures." Exclusive Le Cordon Bleu Circles of Interest and Workshops are offered to guests on select sailings. The vessel also features four dining venues, including the reservations-only Latitudes, an exclusive Canyon Ranch SpaClub, and a Mermaid pod propulsion system for virtually vibration-free cruising.
The 33,000-ton, all-suite, 490-guest Seven Seas Navigator features elegant oceanview suites, 90 percent of which have private balconies. Other highlights include fine dining options, generous space-per-guest ratios, impeccable service, luxurious amenities, and a Canyon Ranch SpaClub
Since 1998, the 19,200-ton Paul Gauguin has offered year-round cruises in Tahiti and French Polynesia. These sailings call on the ports of Raiatea, Papeete, Bora Bora, Moorea, and Taha, which includes RSSC's private islet, Motu Mahana. All staterooms feature ocean views, and 50 percent have private balconies. The ship has a casually elegant dress code, as well as cuisine inspired by Michelin chef Jean-Pierre Vigato, complimentary watersports, and a state-of-the-art watersports platform.
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Club Mariner Youth Program
The Club Mariner Youth Program offers special activities like games, craft projects, movies, and "food fun" for kids ages 5 to 17. The kids' program is available on the Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator, and the Seven Seas Voyager during the summer months and holiday sailings to Alaska, the Baltic, Bermuda, and the Caribbean.
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Overview
Upscale Regent Seven Seas Cruises is one of the largest luxury cruise lines that cater to the discerning traveler. The beautiful ships that comprise RSSC's fleet sail to worldwide ports on every continent, including Antarctica.
In 2003 and 2007, Regent Seven Seas was voted "Best Small Cruise Line" by Conde Nast Traveler's readers. For more than 10 consecutive years, Regent Seven Seas has been named "Best Value, Ultra-Deluxe Six-Plus Star Category," by Ocean & Cruise News.
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