Seven Seas Mariner sails between Vancouver and Seward on a series of 7-day one way voyages, in both directions.* This beautiful 6* ship sleeps just 700 people in all-suite accommodation mostly with balconies. She will cruise the Hubbard Glacier and Tracy Arm plus visit such marvellous places as Sitka, Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan.
This is 6-star sailing at its best with everything included, such as unlimited champagne and premium wines and spirits, free WiFi throughout the ship and – best of all – UNLIMITED shore excursions completely FREE of charge!
We have some great EXCLUSIVE packages; ask us for details.
* The itinerary will vary if operating from Alaska to Vancouver.
The Alaska Cruise operates in both directions from the end of May until the end of August.
Seven Seas Mariner
Seven Seas Mariner
· All-suite (with private balconies) accommodations for 700 guests
· Suites range in size from 301 to 1,173 sq. ft., including balcony
· All-inclusive beverage program including soft drinks, hot beverages and fine wines and premium spirits served throughout the ship
· All onboard gratuities are included
· Butler service included from Penthouse and above
· Two open-seated restaurants to offer flexible dining
· Two specialty restaurants with no supplement to be paid
· Complimentary 24-hour room service
· Full entertainment program
· Port-intensive itineraries
· Guest lecturer program
· Interactive television with extensive media selection
· Club.com computer centre
· Complimentary WiFi throughout the ship
· 24-hour complimentary Coffee Corner
The ships of Regent Seven Seas Cruises offer voyages of exploration and discovery to more than 300 ports on all seven continents. The luxury vessels are designed for guests numbering in the hundreds rather than the thousands. The ambiance on board is personal, individual, accommodating – “upscale but not uptight.” And all ships share certain distinctions in accommodations, service, dining and amenities that elevate them to the lofty vantage point of their enviable six stars.
Mr & Mrs. Downie - Travelled to Ontario, BC & Alberta
"we had a truly wonderful time"
Our visit to Canada has, sadly, been and gone too quickly. We had an absolutely wonderful time in Vancouver, Victoria, and all points to Banff. The travel arrangements were excellent. The hotels were all good and the various tours etc were again excellent. In addition to seeing numerous bears, eagles, the occasional whale etc., we were amazed at the size, the wilderness and peace of it all, and the Rockies were....the Rockies. People were incredibly and genuinely friendly and welcoming. So, many, many thanks for making the arrangements for us. we had a truly wonderful time...
Itinerary (7 Nights)
Here’s a day-by-day guide to your itinerary. Feel free to ask us to add other days or ideas and excursions by contacting us directly, so we can give you the best price.
Inside Passage to Ketchikan
Otherwise known as the First City, has a population of almost 14,000 and is on...
Otherwise known as the First City, has a population of almost 14,000 and is on the southwest side of Revillagigedo Island, only 90 miles from Prince Rupert. The town grew around salmon canneries and sawmills. In fact, at one time Ketchikan was proclaimed the “Salmon Capital of the World,” a title that reappeared in 1996 with a new welcome arch in town. Tourists flock to Ketchikan for their first look at the North Country, and rarely are they disappointed.
Ketchikan to Juneau
In 1880, Joe Juneau and Richard Harris were searching for gold with the help of...
In 1880, Joe Juneau and Richard Harris were searching for gold with the help of Indian guides. Finally, they found nuggets “as large as beans.” Out of their discoveries came three of the largest gold mines in the world where more than $150 million in gold was mined. Eventually the mines closed, but the town Juneau founded became the capital of Alaska. Its total area makes it the biggest town, in size, in North and South America – and the second largest in the world.
Skagway, a place of many names, much history and little rain, is the northern terminus...
Skagway, a place of many names, much history and little rain, is the northern terminus of the Alaska Marine Highway. It was known to thousands of hopeful gold rushers as the gateway to the gold fields. But when the gold yield dwindled in 1900, so did the population of Skagway. Skagway retains the flavor of the gold rush era, especially on Broadway, with its false-front buildings, and in the Trail of ’98 Museum, with its outstanding collection of memorabilia.
Skagway to Sitka
After being the Russian capital of North America, the Russian flag was replaced by the...
After being the Russian capital of North America, the Russian flag was replaced by the Stars and Stripes in Sitka when the United States purchased Alaska. Today, picturesque Sitka, is known for its fishing industry, an annual summer classical music festival and, of course, its many historic visitor attractions. On a clear day Sitka, the only city in Southeast Alaska that actually fronts the Pacific Ocean, rivals Juneau for the sheer beauty of its surroundings.
Cruising Hubbard Glacier.
Cruising Hubbard Glacier.
Hubbard Glacier to Seward
Arrive Seward and disembark. We can extend your stay in Alaska or arrange your return...
Arrive Seward and disembark. We can extend your stay in Alaska or arrange your return flight to Vancouver where you could also extend your holiday or fly back to the UK. Ask us for your perfect tailor made holiday.