87 Marina Tips


Jul 26, 2016

Read the information that you are given every night carefully, there are good tips on what is going on in the port cities, as well as hours for the restaurants etc. In some cases that changed. As well as any ship activities.

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Aug 02, 2016

When getting off the elevator look for a phone on wall to determine what side of the ship your stateroom is on!!!

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Sep 20, 2016

Marina is a mid-size ship, hence has limited shopping opportunity. I developed a blister on my foot which became infected and used the medical services offered on the ship. The doctor was very good.

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Oct 08, 2016

The ship is beautiful and we have never had bad service on Oceania. The onboard shopping could be better and the entertainment definitely needs to be better. The downside of this ship is the lack of activities after dinner.

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Dec 31, 2017

Be ready to be pampered. Not for children. Dress well (country club cassual) not stuffy clothes, just nice. Leave the cuttoffs and jeans home.

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Feb 07, 2012

No lines,no crowds, immaculate ,excellent service all aroun


Apr 18, 2017

Marina is a nice size ship. Not too many people; room for all. Reserve specialty restaurants ahead if you can. Don't expect a lot of entertainment. And we like it like that!

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Jun 08, 2015

Take advantage of the specialty restaurants but checking with the reservation desk first thing in the morning. If you are willing to eat early (6:30 pm) or late (8 :00 pm) you can usually get as many reservations as you desire.

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Apr 26, 2015

Guests can make additional reservations at specialty restaurants; some of the most popular restaurants had waiting lists, though.

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Jul 24, 2015

Took advantage of the wine package -- seven bottles for a fixed price and good savings opportunity. We also enjoyed having a drink at the Marina Lounge at Happy Hour.

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