Marina 5

“Experienced Cruisers Enjoyed this upgraded travel”
Cruise review of Oceania Marina

TexasGal1227
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We are the sort of cruisers who bring our own water bottles, a 12 pack of water and flavored drink packets to avoid the $4.50+ bar charge most cruise lines impose on passengers for just a bottle of water. Oceania is a different "animal". We were delighted to find that bottled water, smoothies, malts & shakes, espresso and latte were all part of the cruise price. The Ship was clean, well maintained and easy to navigate around. We really enjoyed the speciality dining and the food portions were perfect. Our inside cabin was adequate in size, beds comfortable and the shower just a little too small for my Texas size husband. Cabin service was excellent. We never felt the ship move. All staff were very well trained and friendly. We met the most interesting people who were well traveled, mostly retired and primarily Canadian or American. Many of them had been on the ship on the New York to Dover cruise, were doing the Dover to Copenhagen, and then continuing on into the Baltic Sea. This More not a ship for families with teens or younger as they have no scheduled activities. We will definitely cruise with Oceania again, but will opt for a larger cabin. Less

Marina Cruises to the British Isles & Western Europe


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Sail Date: June 2014
Destination: Europe - British Isles & Western
Embarkation: Dover
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Cabin review:

8092
Inside cabin is adequate in size, but the shower stall is small. Adequate storage. Beds are comfortable. No ship movement could be detected. Very smooth ride!

Published 07/02/14

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