Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ flagship vessel Seven Seas Mariner has passed the United States Public Health inspection with a perfect score of 100 points. This marks the third time Seven Seas Mariner has achieved this score, making it the only cruise vessel in history to receive a perfect score three times. Regent’s Seven Seas Navigator and Seven Seas Voyager have each received perfect scores twice.
“Since the inception of the Regent brand, we have established ourselves as an industry leader through our attention to detail – be it the cleanliness of our facilities or our service to guests. Today’s achievement is especially rewarding, as it validates the commitment of the Seven Seas Mariner crew and staff to the health and safety of our guests,” said Mark Conroy, president of Regent.
Seven Seas Mariner is the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony ship, as well as the first to offer dining by the famed Le Cordon BleuÃ¯Â¿Â½ of Paris in Signatures, one of four single, open-seating restaurants on board. Catering to only 700 guests, she is one of the most spacious cruise ships afloat, and her staff to guest ratio of 1 to 1.6 provides the highest level of personal service in the six-star tradition of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. In 2007, she will sail South America, the Caribbean and Alaska as well as a 107-night Grand Asia Pacific voyage.
For additional information on Regent Seven Seas Cruises, please visit their website at The Regent Experience