Mariner of the Seas


Highlights galore to be found on Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas. What a fun ship. Packed with hideouts and filled with things to do. The hardware is something to behold. Every detail is meticulously attended to. I liked the glass staircase, the Royal Promenade, the gorgeous dining room.

Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas’ cabins are a little tight for my liking but I was not in the suites. The inside and oceanview cabins I was able to call home were adequate. The perks start in the upper balcony cabins and suites. Royal Caribbean has launched a new program to incentivize customers to upgrade. One of the annoying upgrades is reserved poolside seating. This brilliant solution is not getting a lot of support. In fact those that cruise a lot want one price and that should cover 5-star service, accommodations, and food. Can the cruise lines deliver?

Call Cruise Holidays of Mission Viejo to book your next trip. The ship is the destination. 949-215-6700

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Carrie Finley

Carrie is ready to explore, discover, and share the wonderful world of cruise travel. As the Chief Experience Officer and Editor-in-Chief, you will find information about cruise ships and places near the sea from the point of view of someone that has worked in the cruise industry for over a decade. Make sure to connect with Carrie via social media outlets including Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest.

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