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Oceania’s Marina returns to service

The ship has been extensively refurbished with new culinary venues and new suites.

OCEANIA Cruises has returned its ship Marina to service after an extensive refurbishment, which includes all-new Penthouse suites and three new culinary venues.

The wellness-focused Aquamar Kitchen, an al fresco pizzeria, and an all-day ice cream parlour are among the dining options added, while Marina’s 124 Penthouse suites have also been completely re-inspired with custom-crafted furniture, as well as new closets and cabinetry to increase guest storage space.

There are also sleek restyled bathrooms with distinctive Italian marble throughout, abundant drawer space, oversized showers, new carpets and upholstery, updated lighting, more outlets and USB ports, and more.

Favoured public spaces including Martinis, Horizons, The Grand Dining Room, and the library have been elegantly updated with plush new carpets and refreshed upholstery, while specialty steakhouse Polo Grill boasts a fresh look with new carpeting, stylish window treatments, and sleek, pillowed-leather dining chairs.

Marina is the first – the original – ship designed by foodies, built by foodies, for foodies,” President Frank Del Rio said.

“We are renowned for serving ‘The Finest Cuisine at Sea’, and this is not just a tagline, it is a mantra which we have built the business around,” he added.

“Food is the foundation of what we do on board each of our ships, and globally, in the destinations we visit.”

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