Launched in 2011, Marina and her sister Riviera are amongst the most beautiful and elegant ships to debut within the past fifty years. Inside guests will feel as though they are residing in a typical English country club at sea, complete with a number of designer touches, which include a majestic grand staircase designed by Lalique. Guests can enjoy no less than six open-seating gourmet restaurants, all with no additional charge. They can then relax in their sumptuous stateroom or suite, offering all the modern conveniences that you would come to expect from a highly rated establishment. All whilst retaining the charm and sophistication that Oceania Cruises have become renowned for.
Casino, Show lounge,
Food and Drink
6 bars, 9 restaurants, 2 lounges
Culinary centre, Artist loft, Internet centre, Library
Spa, Salon, Fitness centre, Swimming pool
Grand Dining Room
This 5-star dining room captures the warm ambience of a European restaurant, set with Versace bone china, Riedel crystal and Christofle silver. Formal waiters serve a range of French-inspired dishes beneath the fresco-adorned ceiling.
Jacques Pépin’s elegant French rotisserie is handsomely decorated with rich fabrics and beautiful antiques and serves succulent duck, pork, chicken, veal and superb steak frites.
Serving Asian classics the food here is as outstanding as the décor. The restaurant is dominated by three large glass glowing Buddha heads, ebony wood and bronze.
This Tuscan-themed restaurant serves authentic cuisine made from recipes handed down the generations of the families of the Italian staff. Similarly the sommeliers are well versed in each vintage, ready to suggest the perfect accompaniment to your meal.
The intimate Polo Grill serves some of the finest steak in a traditional setting of white linen tablecloths and high-back leather chairs.
Found in a shaded corner by the pool, The Waves Grill offers a lunch menu that includes burgers, barbecued meats and seafood, as well as ice creams and milkshakes.
The Terrace Café provides seating inside as well as al fresco throughout the day for Mediterranean-inspired meals.
Privée provides the most exclusive dining at sea. Reserved for single parties of up to ten people, guests sit in oversized white leather chairs around a unique Lalique crystal table among red and gold hues to enjoy a lavish seven-course menu.
Usually the home for wine tastings with the head sommelier, on some days up to 24 guests can reserve tables to try exclusive wine and food pairings.
Aside from the heated pool and whirlpools there are a number of other ways to enjoy yourself onboard. Take High Tea each day while watching some live entertainment, learn new skills in the culinary and artistic centres, or improve your knowledge of fine wines at special tastings.
The Marina Lounge showcases headline acts, comedians, magicians and jazz ensembles, the casino is the place for a little flutter, while the library provides a quieter sanctuary.
Guests are welcome to browse through the English Library, which contains more than 1,000 books, from the latest blockbuster to classic literature. Destination guides are also available. Elsewhere you can take classes in computing, to learn how to send emails and edit photographs in Adobe Photoshop Elements.