Mariner of the Seas

Cruz, Georgina
March 2004
Cruise Travel;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p16
Early on a morning at sea aboard Royal Caribbean International's new Mariner of the Seas, author was the only guest in the main pool, but author was not alone. His companions were literally everywhere. The fifth and final vessel in the line's Voyager Class, the 142,000-gross-registerton/3, 114-guest Mariner of the Seas gives new meaning to the phrase state of the art with her $8.5-million art collection that adorns and inspires, and in some cases has practical functions too--like vibrant canopies that shade from the sun by the main pool and an atrium sculpture.


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