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Get away on the Marina for 10 unforgettable nights on the Baltic Treasures Cruise exploring Europe - Western & British Isles. Your ship starts out from Copenhagen, the cruise will take you to 10 ports in 8 countries before arriving at Stockholm. This 5 star cruise from Oceania Cruises has forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Mon 2 Jul 2012 Copenhagen, Denmark 10.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise Copenhagen, situated on two islands, is the capital and largest city in Denmark. It is perhaps best known for being the final resting place of the famous author Hans Christian Andersen, and also being one of the world’s most environmentally friendly cities. It has a very high quality of life. With many colourful buildings dating back to the early 18th century, medieval cobbled streets and canals just a stone's throw away from ultra-modern waterfront architecture, and a street plan that dates back to the Middle Ages, it simply captures the imagination of all visitors.

History buffs can see where it all started, on the museum island of Slotsholmen, where Copenhagen was founded back in the 12th century. Fans of royalty can see the crown jewels in Rosenborg Slot, before catching the changing of the guard in the Rococo square at Amalienborg, the residence of the Danish Royal Family. Discover the 'free state' of Christiania, a marvellously ramshackle display of autonomy in action, while the renaissance Round Tower affords some of the best views of the city. The ‘must-see’, Little Mermaid of Hans Christian Andersen fame, is the city's best-known landmark, and the walk up to the statue is extremely pleasant.

What must be considered by tourists is obtaining a Copenhagen Card obtainable at the local tourist Information Centre. This allows free entry to 65 museums and attractions as well as free travel on buses, trains and Metro. There are also very relaxed and enjoyable canal tours that present attractive views of Castles, Palaces and Historic buildings. Above all be sure to visit the top-rated Tivoli Gardens, a magical amusement park in the heart of the city/ This lively Danish capital has it all, the cobblestone streets lined with bikes and warm people, village squares, people-watching at outdoor cafes, and even pantomimes.

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2 Tue 3 Jul 2012 Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany 8.00am 11.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise Passengers on ships visiting Berlin typically dock at the north eastern port of Warnemunde and go directly to the capital of Germany that is just a three hour train or coach ride away. Berlin, completely devastated in WW11, has amazingly seen the reconstruction of its sixteenth-century core that exists in the Nikolaiviertel, while nearby stand many rebuilt 19th C buildings from the time of the Second Reich. Little from the Third Reich has been rebuilt, except for the 1936 Olympic Stadium. Today the city is a mix of beautiful historical buildings and some truly amazing modern architecture.

One of the most popular attractions for Berlin tourism is the Berlin Wall (and Memorial), the most significant symbol of the end of the division of West and East Berlin. There is a wide range of museums, churches, buildings, concert halls and more to visit. The Brandenburg Gate, one of the most internationally recognized landmarks in the world, Checkpoint Charlie (see its guard house in the Allied Museum), and the Jewish Museum that looks back over 2,000 years of Jewish history including the holocaust, are among the most visited sights. After WW11 many heritage monuments were partially reconstructed, so get a city map and walk around on your pre-determined path. Or take a Hop-on Hop-off Tour.

Museum Island in the River Spree houses five museums. Book ahead to avoid queuing. Visit Meues (see the bust of Nefertiti), DDR Museum (life in E Berlin), Currywurst Museum (of fast food), Museum Berggruen (Picasso), Museum of Design, and arguably top-of-the-list Pergamon Museum (archaeology of ancient Assyria, the Ishtar Gate, Gate of Miletus). Catch a ride (again book ahead) to the Reichstag’s dome and roof terrace for an overview of the city. Tours also run from Warnemunde to Sachsenhausen concentration camp memorial.

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3 Wed 4 Jul 2012 Ronne, Denmark 9.00am 6.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise The Danish town of Rønne, the largest on the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea, is home to 15 medieval churches - four of which are Round Churches - that display unique artwork and architecture. In the colourful Old Quarter with its cobbled streets one finds some notable examples of 19th and early 20th century architecture that include half-timbered houses and interesting museums. Ronne is also well known for its arts and crafts, especially the delightful clay pottery and glass souvenirs made on site. On a hill above the harbour stands St Nicholas' Church, originally 14thC but largely rebuilt in 1918.

The square of Lile Torv with its cafes and shops, a pleasant park and the main post office, as well as one of the older large brick buildings, is popular with visitors. Of interest near the port is the Lighthouse that dates back to 1880, while in the south of the town stands the fascinating Bornholm Castle that is now converted into a defence museum. Then there’s the Bornholm Museum that not only covers seafaring and natural history, but also has an historic art department. In addition it offers activities for children.

The Erichsens Gard Museum is located in an upper-class citizen’s home, and offers visitors a great view into the daily life of people living on the island some 200 years ago. The Danish Delicacy Tour is for those who wish to explore and taste the very essence of Danish cooking. The food locations are small food places you will not find in a tourist guide. With eight stops the tour will comprise about the same amount to eat as one hearty meal. It is not all walking – the tour also includes a Danish cycle and a bicycle taxi for visitors to enjoy the view.

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4 Thu 5 Jul 2012 Gdansk, Poland 8.00am 6.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise Gdansk lies on the southern edge of Gdansk Bay on the Baltic coast, and is Poland’s principal seaport. From a trading base for the once-mighty Teutonic Knights to the birthplace of modern Poland, the city drips history. Today Gdansk, with its painstakingly reconstructed and very charming Old Town, is perfectly located at the heart of the coast, and is the showpiece of Poland's north. Works by outstanding Gdansk masters can be admired in museums, churches, and galleries. These collections, as well as the historic sites of enchanting beauty, witness a thousand years of the city's continued existence.

To understand what makes Gdansk and Poland what they are today, a visit to the European Solidarity Centre is essential. Visit both the Museum that is loaded with wonderful displays, multimedia and posters, the Gdansk shipyard with its exhibits and sculptures, and possibly enjoy a break at the basement restaurant. Also of historical interest with its small museum and a towering monument to the Polish defenders, is Westerplatte, the historic site where WWII broke out. The break-through events of the most recent turbulent period are documented in the multi-media exhibition: "Roads to Freedom", arranged near to the National Commission of Solidarnosc.

Also of interest to many are: The majestic Oliwa Cathedral, to experience an awesome organ concert; and St Mary’s church, where those who climb the tower are presented with a breathtaking view of the city. The delightfully sculptured Neptune’s Fountain and the National Art Museum that is home to a wide range of displays of not only paintings, but also furniture, gold and pottery are both worth visiting. If you still have time there is the rest of the Tri-City area that also includes Gdynia and Sopot to explor. Buildings, boats, beaches and bars do their best to offer something for everyone.

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5 Fri 6 Jul 2012 Visby, Sweden 8.00am 5.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise Visby, on the island of Gotland that lies 90km off the SE coast of Sweden, is a medieval town of roses, ruins, narrow winding lanes, and an amazingly well preserved town wall with 27 of the towers still intact. There are also 200 medieval houses as well as several ancient churches, many of which were built in the 12th century. Another attraction is the beautifully restored Cathedral of St Mary’s. This delightful town certainly gives one the feeling of stepping back in time. It is not surprising that Visby has been chosen by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

A practical way to visit Visby is by walking, especially in order to explore, not only the delightful buildings, but also the fascinating shops. Visit the renowned botanical garden of Visby with a wide variety of flora, and be sure to find one of its most precious treasures, the Ginkgo tree. The floral displays are delightful and a real attraction to visitors. The medieval harbour of Almedalen is home to the Gunpowder Tower - the oldest building in Visby - the Old Pharmacy and the City hall that was also known as the Wine House.

Visitors also take bus trips or even bicycle tours to explore the countryside, which is also deemed absolutely delightful. The town also has plenty of well-visited and excellent restaurants and bars. Gotland was a major Viking trading settlement and a visit to Tofta Viking Village and its 10th century Viking village that tells the Viking story wonderfully. You also get to throw axes, bake Viking bread and shoot bows and arrows. Otherwise, Gotland has 800 km of coastline, and in summertime that means beaches, sun bathing, picnics, and relaxation. Alternatively, take a walking tour along the two kilometre medieval wall of the city.

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6 Sat 7 Jul 2012 Riga, Latvia 10.00am 5.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise Riga is the capital and largest city of Latvia. It is the largest city of the Baltic states and home to more than one third of Latvia's population. The city lies on the Gulf of Riga, at the mouth of the Daugava. The most popular attraction among travellers is the Old Town of Vecriga. Its medieval architecture, cobble stone streets, German influenced architecture, and the magnificent Doma Cathedral with the world famous organ inside, makes the Old Town a most interesting destination. Riga is also full of different parks, many of them extremely picturesque. Then there is the modern Central Market, with an amazing array of shopping opportunities.

Travellers can admire the diverse architecture of Riga, especially the art nouveau buildings. Riga has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site - thanks to the collection of art nouveau buildings - that is one of the largest in the world. It is also a city with architecture that reflects the area’s entire history from 1201 to the present day. The history of Riga Castle dates back to 1440s. Today the castle built during the Middle Ages on the bank of Daugava River is the home for the residence of the President of the Republic of Latvia and the National History Museum of Latvian, the third oldest museum in Latvia.

An unusual place can be found a half and hour’s drive from the centre of Riga on the shore of Jugla Lake. Here the Latvian Open-Air Ethnographic Museum offers: leisurely walks; skiing in winter; putting yourself in the lives of ancient Latvian farmers and fishermen; discovering the bathhouses used by ancient Latvians; as well as being part of festive celebrations, or forging your own jewellery. Many visit Riga and other Latvian cities by bicycle. A bicycle is especially suitable for visiting Old Riga. For families a popular venue is the Aquapark, the biggest covered multi-functional water park in the Baltics and Eastern Europe.

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7 Sun 8 Jul 2012 Tallinn, Estonia 12.00pm 6.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise Tallinn, capital of Estonia, is dominated by the amazing 13th century Toompea Castle towering over the rest of the city. Having always been the seat of power in Estonia, it is appropriately home to the country’s Parliament today. Tallinn was named the European Capital of Culture in 2011, and its Medieval city centre, the most amazing part of Tallinn, truly must be explored. Take any street and be astounded at the impressive guild houses, picturesque wells, boutiques, monasteries, churches and restaurants. For a break take a day trip to Lahemaa National Park, and see waterfalls, rapid streams, forests and lakes.

To take in some truly fantastic sights, be sure to visit the view platforms on Toompea Hill, and while there visit the Dome Church with its interesting mix of architectural styles. Get a feel for the history of the city by travelling back in time at the Estonian Open Air Museum, where one can see people living life as it was in the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Shop for some locally made goods at one of the many markets, and get to appreciate the local customs. For some great fun, visit the Olde Hansa restaurant, which is complete with waitresses in medieval dress.

Take one of the bike tours, or even ride the unique ‘conference bike’ that seven people can ride at once. Sights to see are numerous and include: Freedom Square, Kadriog Palace - home to a museum, Roterman Quarter - to see where Tallinn is heading in the future; and the gigantic spire of St. Olav’s Church - that was once the tallest building in the world. Last but definitely not least, visit the original city wall with its amazing fortifications that give the Old Town its fairytale fascination. Another option is to take a ferry bus that will get you to Helsinki and back. The trip takes 2 hours each way.

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8 Mon 9 Jul 2012 St Petersburg, Russia 8.00am overnight
Baltic Treasures Cruise St Petersburg is a federal city located on the Neva River at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea. In everyday speech the locals refer to it as simply Peter. It is the second largest city in Russia and is regarded as the most ‘Western’ city of Russia, as a large number of foreign consulates, international corporations, banks and other businesses are located here. They make a striking contrast with the historically older buildings, such as the Peter and Paul Fortress built in 1703. Attractions in St. Petersburg overwhelm even the most seasoned travellers. Chose a cruise ship that stays in port overnight.

From the the Mariinsky Theater to splendid suburban palaces and dozens of smaller museums, today's St Petersburg is there to explore and enjoy. The Historic Centre of St Petersburg, with some 36 historical architectural complexes and around 4,000 outstanding individual Monuments, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is also home to the world-famous Hermitage Museum (the largest in the world) and the Russian State Museum with its rich collection of Russian art. The city’s famed palaces include Peterhof Palace built for Peter the Great, and the Yusopov Palace where the horrific murder of Rasputin took place.

The Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood, a beautiful gold-draped onion-domed church that offers visitors a 300-step climb to a spectacular view of the city, and the exhibits at the dazzling blue and white Baroque-style Smolny Cathedral, are also very popular destinations. If looking for a delightful place to relax, then visit the Pavlovsk Palace and Park. Famous for its rich and diverse musical carnivals as well as their world renowned ballet companies, ‘Peter’ is definitely one of the world’s leading centres of culture. Among St Petersburg's greatest visitor attractions are the incredible Imperial parks and palaces in the suburbs of the city.

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9 Tue 10 Jul 2012 St Petersburg, Russia 8.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise St Petersburg is a federal city located on the Neva River at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea. In everyday speech the locals refer to it as simply Peter. It is the second largest city in Russia and is regarded as the most ‘Western’ city of Russia, as a large number of foreign consulates, international corporations, banks and other businesses are located here. They make a striking contrast with the historically older buildings, such as the Peter and Paul Fortress built in 1703. Attractions in St. Petersburg overwhelm even the most seasoned travellers. Chose a cruise ship that stays in port overnight.

From the the Mariinsky Theater to splendid suburban palaces and dozens of smaller museums, today's St Petersburg is there to explore and enjoy. The Historic Centre of St Petersburg, with some 36 historical architectural complexes and around 4,000 outstanding individual Monuments, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is also home to the world-famous Hermitage Museum (the largest in the world) and the Russian State Museum with its rich collection of Russian art. The city’s famed palaces include Peterhof Palace built for Peter the Great, and the Yusopov Palace where the horrific murder of Rasputin took place.

The Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood, a beautiful gold-draped onion-domed church that offers visitors a 300-step climb to a spectacular view of the city, and the exhibits at the dazzling blue and white Baroque-style Smolny Cathedral, are also very popular destinations. If looking for a delightful place to relax, then visit the Pavlovsk Palace and Park. Famous for its rich and diverse musical carnivals as well as their world renowned ballet companies, ‘Peter’ is definitely one of the world’s leading centres of culture. Among St Petersburg's greatest visitor attractions are the incredible Imperial parks and palaces in the suburbs of the city.

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10 Wed 11 Jul 2012 Helsinki, Finland 8.00am 4.00pm
Baltic Treasures Cruise Helsinki is the capital of Finland as well as being the centre of Finnish commerce and culture. The skyline features a dramatic blend of classical architecture and clean modernism, with Russian and Swedish influences throughout. Much more than simply the nation where saunas originated, Finland - Helsinki in particular - delights visitors with a vital sense of heritage as well as enthusiasm. Many of Helsinki's main attractions are also related to the sea, hence the growing popularity of boat tours, including the Suomenlinna naval fortress (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and Seurasaari Island with its parks and open-air museum.

There is a huge range of different ways to sightsee in Helsinki and experience the city's many tourist attractions first hand. Take a guided bus tour that includes sights such as: the Olympic Stadium that seats 40,000 spectators; the Linnanmaki Amusement Park with over 40 amazing ‘world-first’ rides such as the special wooden rollercoaster that is over 50-years-old, and remains the most popular ride; and Helsinki Zoo, founded in 1889, one of the oldest zoos in the world, and home to thousands of animals grouped geographically into themed areas, such as Africasia, Amazonia and Arctic.

Also well worth visiting are the Ateneum Art Museum that houses the largest collections of art in Finland with more than 20,000 works of art from the 1750s to the 1950s, as well as the beautiful and historically significant Helsinki Cathedral that is an Evangelic Lutheran church, and for many is the symbol of Helsinki. During the summer months, Helsinki's Island of Pihlajasaari is a true suntrap, while when the winter snow arrives the locals regularly flock to the hill of Paloheinan Maki, bringing their toboggans and skis with them.

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11 Thu 12 Jul 2012 Stockholm, Sweden 8.00am
Baltic Treasures Cruise The city of Stockholm in Sweden spreads across 14 islands as it faces proudly out to the Baltic Sea. Its history stretches over seven centuries, and it is Sweden's centre of art and culture. It is also famous for being the home of the Nobel Prizes. You can get to just about all of Stockholm’s many wondrous sites on foot, or you can take a boat trip that will give you a different facet of Scandinavia’s largest and undoubtedly most beautiful city. Stockholm is one of the most crowded museum-cities in the world with around 100 museums.

The city's oldest section is Old Town, located on the original small islands of the city's earliest settlements, and still featuring the medieval street layout with a large number of extraordinary shops, trendy cafes, and bars. Some notable buildings of the Old Town are the large German Church and several mansions and palaces, such as the House of Nobility. Take in a 360 degree panorama of Stockholm inner quarters from the City Hall tower. There are two UNESCO World Heritage sites in the area, the Royal Palace Drottningholm, and the Woodland Cemetery.

Stockholm is the best city in terms of freedom from pollution. Surrounded by 219 nature reserves, it has around 1,000 green spaces. Grona Lund is an amusement park located on the island of Djurgarden. The Amusement Park has over 30 attractions and many restaurants. It is a popular tourist attraction and visited by thousands of people every day. However for those visitors who love hats it’s a must to visit Hattbaren, a small shop with a huge range of hats. However, above all, visitors never forget Stockholm’s sheer natural beauty.

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As mid-2016 approaches, Marina departs the Pacific via Panama to the Continent, and through August sails around the UK and the Baltic Sea. Cruises range from 8 to 30 nights and are port-visit intensive. By late September Marina is in the warm Mediterranean. In late September 2016 cross the Atlantic from Spain to Rio de Janeiro at a reduced fare. Being a smaller ship, Marina calls at many ports missed by the large cruise vessels, and South America has many strong attractions that can be highly recommended. For the first quarter of 2017 itineraries cover the Western Caribbean. In April 2017 there is a selection of trans-Atlantic cruises that join the Eastern Caribbean, West Africa, Canary Islands and, for a longer cruise Spain, France and Italy. All cruises are port-intensive, and itineraries are exceptionally attractive. Sectors range from 10 nights upwards, and the range of small and interesting ports around the world that she visits is impressive.

Accommodation
Most cabins have an outside view, and two-thirds have a private balcony. The standard interior and outside cabins are quite elegant, with twin/queen-size bed and ‘best beds at sea’, bathrobes, plenty of built-in cabinets, flat-screen TV, DVD player, writing desk, satellite phone, wireless Internet, and personal safe. Décor is attractive and muted with dark wood accents. Maid service is twice daily and chocolates come with a nightly turn-down service. Ocean view staterooms have a sofa, separate tub and shower, and full height panoramic windows. Speedy room service is available from a separate in-room dining menu.

Food and Dining
The Grand Dining Room is exactly that, with its high ceiling, chandelier and rich furnishings after the style of Europe’s five-star restaurants. Cuisine is European Continental-style, and menus change daily. Two new gourmet restaurants are Jacques, for Jacques Pépin’s French cuisine, and Red Ginger for Pan-Asian classics. Complimentary restaurants include the signature Polo Grill for steak and seafood, and Toscana offering genuine Tuscan cuisine and wines. Priveé may be reserved for up to 10 guests, who will savour a gourmand-inspired seven-course Menu Degustation. La Reserve by Wine Spectator is an industry-first onboard wine-tasting centre for gourmands (maximum 24, by reserve and extra charge).

Entertainment
On-shore itineraries are the main daytime fare. However, on the ship, day classes include small-group Microsoft software instruction, use of the Internet, and digital photography - that is, if you are not absorbed in the Library, wine tasting, or relaxing in a top-deck Jacuzzi. Bon Appetit Culinary Centre is the only hands-on cooking school at sea, tutored by Master Chefs. In the evening the ship is filled with music in eight bars and lounges. Entertainment includes a mix of comedians, magicians, classical recitals, and staff entertainers; or your own efforts at karaoke.

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Cruise summary

Cruise: Baltic Treasures Cruise
Duration: 10 nights
Ship: Marina
Star rating:
Departs: Copenhagen
Returns: Stockholm
Ports of call: 10
Forward departures:

What's onboard? ▼

  • Balconies to 85% of staterooms
  • Butler service to all suites
  • In port late or overnight often
  • Casual dress (no tux or evening gowns)
  • COMPLIMENTARY DINING
  • All specialty dining complimentary
  • Open-seating dining
  • Room service menu 24h
  • Canyon Ranch® cuisine
  • Grand Dining Room continental dining
  • Toscana Italian, by reservation
  • Polo Grill steakhouse, seafood
  • Terrace Café, casual, in/outdoor
  • Waves Grill, poolside lunch
  • COVER CHARGE DINING by reservation
  • Privée, for 10
  • La Reserve, for 24, specialty wine, cuisine
  • Jacques (French)
  • Red Ginger (Asian)
  • CASUAL DINING
  • Baristas coffees, pastries
  • Afternoon tea 4pm in Horizons
  • Pizzeria, ice cream, sundae bar
  • Gourmet canapés nightly
  • Special diets, request on booking
  • Free soft drinks, bottled water
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Cabaret and musical venues
  • Eight-piece orchestra, string quartet
  • Jazz nights at Martinis
  • Disco & dancing at Horizons
  • Monte Carlo-style casino
  • REST & RELAXATION
  • Swimming pool
  • Whirlpools (3)
  • Sun deck, fitness track
  • Golf drive range, putting green
  • Table tennis, shuffleboard etc.
  • Spa, beauty, fitness centre
  • Canyon Ranch SpaClub® private Spa Terrace (higher cabins)
  • Library
  • The Culinary Centre, hands on by Master Chef
  • Artist Loft art instruction
  • Enrichment speakers
  • Internet (check if free)
  • Laptop in suites, Concierge Staterooms
  • Boutique shops
  • PACKAGES
  • Shore excursions
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Internet (selected suites free)
  • OTHER
  • Shuttle free to city centres
  • No children’s services
  • Laundry service (pay)
  • Medical centre
  • Wheelchair accessibility good
  • Cabin current 110/220 V

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • All main meals on-board
  • Gourmet dining for all meals
  • Specialty coffee, tea, bottled water, juices & snacks 24 hrs
  • Afternoon tea of sandwiches, cakes & pastries daily
  • Open/anytime seating & multi-venue dining
  • Specialty restaurants no extra charge
  • Captain’s welcome cocktail party (Previous guests)
  • Welcome bottle of champagne (Suites)
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Stocked in-suite mini-bar at no charge (non-alcoholic)
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Specialty lectures, workshops, classes & programs
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Butler service (Suites)
  • Concierge service
  • Port maps and/or guide books
  • Destination seminars and/or lectures
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Shuttle service port-to-CBD (many ports)

What's excluded? ▼

  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Gratuities: Staterooms USD 15, Suites with butler service USD 22 pp/night. See Purser to adjust at your discretion.
  • Service charge: beverages, spa, La Reserve dinner 18%
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges

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