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Marina Review

4.5 / 5.0
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720 reviews
37 Awards

It’s Oceania cruiser and probably my last

Review for Marina to the Baltic Sea
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6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Sep 2018
Cabin: Concierge Level

Chose this cruise for the itinerary and also because of their selling the finest cuisine at sea. Embarkation was shocking, did not feel like upper premium, not even close. No welcome drink or cocktails, not even orange juice. The public spaces were nice to look at but poor marks for the low ceiling, everyone looked so tall and most especially me. My head was literally touching the ceiling in all public areas and wish I was exaggerating.

The food was good, I’m a lobster lover and ate it everyday but realized that unlimited lobster is not enough to make a good cruise. There was constant selling in the atrium area and tv channels was mostly about selling more cruises or focusing on spa and boutique sales. I have cruised on Viking, crystal and Silversea so I have experienced luxury and upper premium. WiFi OMG painfully slow. Really tried hard to like Oceania.

Cabin Review

Concierge Level

Cabin A2

Room was pretty spacious but concierge level is a waste of money. You’re better off in a regular veranda and use the extra money for drinks

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