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Mariner of the SeasŪ

Luxury Cruises with Royal Caribbean

Based in Singapore and Shanghai, Mariner of the Seas will continue to explore southeast Asia in 2015, offering new, extended itineraries of up to seven days as well as short break cruises, ideal as part of a longer touring holiday in the region.

Highlights of Mariner of the Seas include the Royal Promenade, a long concourse of cafes, shops and bars which also doubles as the venue for a glittering parade where young guests can have their photos taken with their favouriteDreamworks characters. Shrek & Co also appear at breakfasts with their fans, making this an invaluable opportunity to give kids a taste of movie magic.

There are almost endless options for excitement on board; active travellers can choose from in-line or ice skating, a climbing wall, team sports or golf. Then there are the three pools and six hot tubs and the adults-only Solarium, a restful, glass-enclosed space with comfortablesunloungers and its own pool. Under-18s from toddlers to teens are well catered for in Adventure Ocean, while nightspots abound for grown-up fun once the sun goes down.

Dining options range from three traditional dining rooms through to Johnny Rockets for burgers; two Italian options; the elegant Chops Grille for steaks and seafood; and several cafes and snack bars. Guests have their pick of bars and lounges including champagne, wine and cigar bars, Ellington's jazz club, a pub showing live sports and a nightclub. As the ship is popular among Asian guests, the casino is always a favourite spot at night.

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