Wonderful places on a beautiful ship
Marina Cruise Review to Europe - Mediterranean
Sail Date: August 26, 2011
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 6 years ago
Review SummaryThe Oceania Marina is a beautiful ship with a great deal of comfort inlcuding a very accomodating staff. The beds could not have been more comfortable and the staterooms were very sutibable for a luxury ship. The "Enchanbting Rivieras" intinerary was our reason for taking this cruise and we were not disappointed. However, these locations would have been more comfortable in late October or early November. The heat was a downer, but we chose to go during August-Sept. which was the only choice for this exact itinerary of which we were aware. Overall, there was way too much "hoopla" about the cuisine, which lead to disappointment except for the new Oceania offering of "Red Ginger."
Food and Dining
We think they are tryint to change this.
Service and Staff
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Don't Miss: The view of Mt. Etna
Don't Miss: Ferry to nieghboring towns
Don't Miss: a guided tour around the old city-by tape or guide
Don't Miss: Walking around the old city and climbing the mountain with the old city wall-not an easy climb
Don't Miss: The tram at the Oceanograpy museum
Don't Miss: Ferry to Positano and Bus to Ravello
Don't Miss: Being on the deck of the ship as it enters Venice-superby picture taking moment-especially Piazza de San Marco
Don't Miss: The lemon groves
Pros: The ship was truly luxurious; the best possible night sleep; the itinerary could not be beat.
Cons: One of rear elevators was frequently not operating; the food was mediocre/