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Seven Seas Mariner is renown for being the world’s first all-suite, all-balcony luxury ship. Measuring 216 metres and with only 700 passengers, you’ll understand why Regent are known for having the world’s most inclusive luxury experience at sea. Nestle in to one of her 350, six star suites with exceptional views of each city you venture to. With 445 professional and friendly crew on board, you will always have unparalleled service no matter where you’re located. Your days are filled with a plethora of options, witness stunning shows at the Constellation Theater, watch as you enter each port from the Observation Lounge, try your luck in the Casino or shop your way through the assortment of boutiques. Once aboard, you’ll be treated to an array of dining options including Prime 7, Mariner Lounge, Compass Rose, Signatures, La Veranda and the open air Pool Grill. There is also the Canyon Ranch Spa Club, nightclubs, bars and general chill out areas for a pure day of relaxation.
Welcome to Oahu, the most populated island of Hawaii, known as ‘The Gathering Place’. There is so much to do on Oahu, from the shops, restaurant and fantastic nightlife of Waikiki, to the historical sights of Pearl Harbour and the natural wonders of the North Shore.Day 2: Hilo, Big Island
Welcome to the island of Hawaii, know as ‘The Big Island’. There are 13 different micro-climates here creating everything from arid deserts to steamy tropical rainforests, black sand beaches, and snow-capped volcanoes. From the port in Hilo you can go for a walk in the spectacular botanical gardens, explore the lava covered town of Kalapana, or go hiking through water falls in Volcano National Park. Make sure to visit Kilauea, the worlds most active volcano.Day 3-6: At Sea
Take in the beautiful sights as you cruise towards your next destination.Day 7: Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia
The largest of the Marquesas Islands, Nuku Hiva is a beautiful volcanic island with enormous mountains boasting jagged walls that directly plunge into the ocean beneath. An explorer famously called it “a country that no description could fit the beauty”. Uncover waterfalls, lagoons and stone “tiki” statues scattered throughout the lush forests. You’ll find the worlds third largest waterfall in Hakaui and you must try the delicious local delicacy of roast pork, cooked on hot rocks right on the beach.Day 8: At Sea
Take in the beautiful sights as you cruise towards your next destination.Day 9: Fakarava, French Polynesia
Fakarava is the second largest atoll in French Polynesia. It was discovered fairly recently in 1820 by a Russian explorer named Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen and originally named this quaint island “Wittgenstein”.Day 10-11: Bora Bora, French Polynesia
You have now arrived in Bora Bora! A must visit is the spectacular underwater world of the region, whether by glass-bottomed boat, snorkelling, diving or on an Aqua Safari Helmet Dive. You'll be greeted by an array of marine life, coral reefs and crystal clear water.Day 12: Raiatea, French Polynesia
Welcome to the French Polynesian island of Raiatea, considered by the Tahitians as a sacred island. It was the centre of their religion and culture over a thousand years ago. Visit the ancient marea (Tahitian temples) while on the island, widely thought to be the best-preserved historical site in Polynesia.Day 13: Moorea, French Polynesia
Moorea is a natural paradise. Visit secluded parts of the island on a quad-bike tour, or head out into the bay to see dolphins and whales (whilst in season).Day 14-15: Papeete, Tahiti
Welcome to Papeete! Discover the vast array of sea life on a diving excursion, tour the island by car and take in the spectacular views, or learn about the history of Tahiti on a boat trip around the Lagoon.
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