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Oceania’s Marina

Marina: Overview

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Oceania’s Marina is the company’s newest vessel, which debuted in January 2011. Sparing no expense, Oceania set out to take cruising to a whole new level of comfort and class. This elegant mid-sized ship seems to have it all. Showcasing its 6 distinct restaurants, culinary classes and acclaimed spa treatments. Oceania’s Marina has much to offer the first time or the well-traveled cruiser.

Marina, while holding 1,250 passengers, will give you a sense of comfort that will instantly put you at ease for the start of your trip. This is due to the elegant, yet casual ambiance of the furniture and artwork placed throughout the ship and the guest to staff ratio of 1.57 guest to every 1 staff member.

Marina: Passengers

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Most of the passengers onboard Marina are well traveled, especially in the cruising field. The average age of a guest onboard is around 55 and older. English is the dominant language throughout the ship as well.

Marina: Dress Code

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Country club or resort casual is recommended for guests aboard Marina. Elegant casual resort wear is recommended for dinner. Men can wear a blazer for dinner, while ladies can wear skirts or dresses. Jeans, t-shirts, shorts, or sneakers should not be worn to dinner.

Marina: Gratuity

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Gratuities will be automatically charged to your shipboard account at the rate of $12.50 per passenger, per day. Passengers in a Penthouse, Vista or Owner’s Suite will have an additional $4 gratuity per passenger, per day added on for the butler services. If you wish to tip more it is solely at your discretion. If room service is ordered, a tip of anywhere between $1 and $5 should be given, depending on the item.

Marina: Dining

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The Grand Dining Room, Jacques, Red Ginger, Polo Grill, Toscana, Terrace Café, Waves, Afternoon Tea, Privée and La Reserve.

Marina: Cabins

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Owner’s Suite, Vista Suite, Oceania Suite, Penthouse Suite, Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom, Veranda Stateroom, Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom, Inside Stateroom.

Marina: Itineraries

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Western Mediterranean, Greek Isles and Eastern Mediterranean, Northern Europe and Scandinavia, Caribbean, Panama Canal and Transoceanic Voyages.

Marina: Entertainment

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Library, Pool, Casino, Culinary Center, Artist Loft, Baristas, Karaoke and Jazz music, Martini Tasting, Internet Center, Musical Reviews and Production Shows, Shopping, Spa and Movies Under the Stars.

Marina: Canyon Ranch SpaClub

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Massages, Aromatherapy, Beauty Salon, Fitness Center, Sauna and Steam Room, Fitness Track, Wellness Lectures.