condition of Mariner?
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*On Regent's three older ships (Mariner, Voyager and Navigator), the bathrooms still have the old granite/marble. It is not a matter of money but the time it would take to remove and replace the granite (at least that is my understanding).
Just my opinion.
RSSC Navigator, Mediterranean, July 2009
RSSC Voyager, Baltic, July 2010
Queen Mary 2, Caribbean, December 2010
RSSC Navigator, Alaska, May 2011
RSSC Mariner, Mediterranean, August 2013
RSSC Voyager, Med/Iberia/UK, May 2014 Canx
RSSC Mariner, Mediterranean, July/August 2015
RSSC Navigator, Barcelona-Haifa, July 2016
RSSC Explorer, Barcelona-Venice, April 2017
On a good note, the bedding was very comfortable. Obviously the best part of the ship was the food and service. The shows were wonderful.
We chose this cruise to visit Havana and we were not disappointed. We didn't even get off at the other two ports. So we really enjoyed our sea days.
We look forward to sailing on the Mariner again after the refurbishment.
Our next sailing is on the Explorer in November. Love that ship. Hope it still has the clean, new atmosphere.
We were recently on the Voyager, and on the new Explorer last year. Loved the Explorer!! We'll be back on her in January.