The 700-passenger Seven Seas Mariner luxury cruise ship has four main dining venues, all open seating. The 570-seat Compass Rose
is the main dining room, serving three meals a day. The two smaller specialty restaurants, Latitudes
, both require reservations, but there is no charge. La Veranda
is used for casual buffet dining at breakfast and lunch, and converted to a bistro in the evening.
The Seven Seas Mariner also has poolside dining, which is especially good for a late lunch after a day ashore or for festive casual dinner parties al fresco. Many passengers also enjoy the 24-hour room service for a leisurely breakfast or intimate dinner. Let's take a look at all of these dining options on the Seven Seas Mariner.
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