ms Marina Cruise Ship Profile

Ship Features, Itinerary, News, Photos, Review, Accommodations, Notable Rooms, Dining Venues, Kid's Areas, Deck Plan, Outdoor Spaces, Smoking Sections



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2012 Rating 96 (Jan)
2012 Rating 100 (Mar)
2013 Rating 96 (May)
2015 Rating 95 (May)
2020 Rating 95 (Jan)

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Deck Plan

Deck 16

Sports Deck

Deck 15

Horizons – Observation lounge and nightclub, Fitness track

Deck 14

Spa and Fitness Center, Spa Terrace, Library, Polo Grill, Toscana, Priveé, Baristas, Library, Internet center

Deck 12

Guest Suites, Culinary Arts Center, Enrichment Center, Artist Loft, Waves Bar, Swimming Pool and Jacuzzis, Waves Grill & Milkshake Bar, Private Dining Rooms, La Reserve Wine Cellar and Veranda, Terrace Café

Deck 11

Guest Staterooms and Suites

Deck 10

Guest Staterooms and Suites

Deck 9

Guest Staterooms and Suites

Deck 8

Guest Staterooms and Suites

Deck 7

Guest Staterooms and Suites

Deck 6

Upper Hall, Martinis, Casino, Card Room, Grand Bar, Grand Dining Room

Deck 5

Marina Lounge, Reception Hall and Lounge, Jacques Restaurant, Red Ginger Fusion Restaurant

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Outdoor Features

The Spa Terrace

Intimate area off the Canyon Ranch Spa. Suite guests receive complimentary access while other guests may purchase passes for varying costs.

Activities Court

Golf putting green and Bocce Ball located on deck 15.

The Patio

Relaxing area with sun and plenty of shade.

Main Pool Area

Waves Bar, Swimming Pool and Jacuzzis, Waves Grill & Milkshake Bar on deck 12.

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ms Marina

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Oceania Cruises’ new Marina has been purposefully designed to carry 1,250 guests to the world’s most alluring ports in elegance and style. Rich woods, marble and granite, fine wool carpets and illustrious leathers adorn public rooms. Facilities include 10 dining venues including six open-seating gourmet restaurants, an array of bars and lounges, a full-service Canyon Ranch SpaClub and fitness center, swimming pool and hot tubs.

The new Oceania-Class has been designed with all the signature elements that guests and travel agents cherish, and the décor will be imbued with the same warmth and charm that the Regatta-Class is renowned for. Signature public spaces will include Martinis, Horizons, The Patio, and a Grand Staircase that sweeps up both sides of the lobby. The color palette will feature a mixture of dulcet tones which will be accented and offset by earthen and jewel tones, while an eclectic assemblage of furnishings and accent pieces will create a warm, welcoming atmosphere that more closely resembles that of a fine home or manor.


Ship Class: Oceania

Launched: 2010

Maiden Voyage: Jan 2011


GRT: 65,000

Speed: 18 Knots

Passengers: 1,250


Standard veranda staterooms on Marina are 282 square feet – the largest standard veranda staterooms in the cruise industry. Both Veranda- and Concierge-level accommodations feature a sitting area and private teak balcony furnished with a chaise lounge, armchair and occasional table.  

Suite guests get exclusive access to the private SpaTerrace, a Bulgari gift set, and complimentary Oceania tote bag.

Penthouse Suite

Penthouse Suites measure an industry-leading 420 square feet with living/dining room separate from the sleeping area, walk-in closet and bathrooms with a double vanity.

Oceania Suites

Oceania Suites, a new category of accommodations for Oceania Cruises, are 1,030 square feet of luxurious living area. The layout is comprised of a large living and dining area, media room and separate bedroom. As a highlight, a large veranda features a hot tub.

Vista Suite

Suites range in size from 1,200 to 1,500 square feet and offer the same features as Oceania Suites but with the added benefit of floor-to-ceiling windows affording sweeping views over the ship’s bow.

Owner’s Suite

2,000+ square feet of palatial luxury. Unlike any luxury suites at sea, Marina is the first ship to offer suites completely appointed from furniture and fabrics to lighting and bedding using the acclaimed Ralph Lauren Home collection. New York-based Tocar, Inc. penned a design that exudes a rich, clubby and refined sophistication.

In addition to the standard stateroom amenities, suite guests enjoy the added luxury of Champagne upon arrival, 1,000-thread-count linens, 42” plasma TV, Hermès and Clarins bath amenities, butler service, en-suite delivery from any of the ship’s restaurants, discounted internet packages, and complimentary use of iPad.

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Dining Venues

Marina offers six, open-seating gourmet restaurants, two private-dining venues and two casual eateries. The décor of each is distinctive, yet a common design thread is evident in the extensive use of rich woods, marble and granite, fine wool carpets and supple leather.

$=Specialty dining, surcharges apply

The Grand Dining Room

Featuring continental cuisine. Menus change daily, with a brilliant selection of sumptuous dishes for breakfast and lunch, punctuated by at least six appetizers and nine entrées at dinner.


Gourmet Italian cuisine. Relish antipasti like Carpaccio of Beef Topped with Aged Reggiano Parmigiano or Sautéed Jumbo Scampi Tenderly Wrapped in Proscuitto San Daniele.

Polo Grill

Traditional steakhouse. All of the beef dishes are USDA Prime and dry-aged for at least 28 days. Other classics include Surf and Turf, featuring a grilled Florida Lobster Tail and tender Filet Mignon, and whole Maine Lobster Gratinée.


The first-ever restaurant at sea for its renowned namesake, Jacques Pépin, draws inspiration from fabled brasseries of Paris and his hometown of Lyon. Open for dinner, reservations suggested.

Red Ginger

Thai, Japanese and Vietnamese flavors are showcased in a contemporary setting that features three Buddhas carved from a single piece of backlit glass as a dramatic centerpiece. Open for dinner, reservations suggested.


This relaxed, open-air bistro serves gourmet burgers, swordfish, chicken and other grilled items, and features a salad bar and homemade ice cream bar. Open for lunch, weather permitting.

Terrace Café

Feel free to dine inside or alfresco at one of the shaded teak tables on the terrace. An international menu changes daily. In the evenings, comtemporary dishes with a Mediterranean flair.


This coffee bar adjoining the library is the place throughout the day to enjoy Illy espresso and cappuccino, plus homemade biscotti and coffee cake.

La Reserve by Wine Spectator ($)

This intimate venue hosts tastings and seven-course pairing dinners with premium wines selected in consultation with Wine Spectator editors. Extra charge for wines; reservations required. Surcharges for the Explorer and Discovery menu are $95 per guest, the Connoisseur Menu is $250 per guest.

Privée ($)

This posh private dining room offers the ultimate Chef’s Table. Eight fortunate guests can create a personalized menu featuring such specialties as Kobe beef, Brittany lobsters, foie gras, caviar and truffles. Room charge is $250. Open select evenings, reservations required.

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Notable Rooms


The ideal observation loungewith floor-to-ceiling windows perfect for a nightclub at sea.

Marina Lounge

Main showroom with headline acts, comedians, musicians and more.

Grand Bar

Cocktail lounge stocked with rare vintages. A good meeting place.


Pick up your favorite cocktail and relax to a piano player in the evenings.


A Monte-Carlo style casino with cards, slots, games and more.

Artist Loft

A hands-on program for budding artists in the Artist Loft, a well-equiped enrichment center, where superbly talented artists-in-residence offer step-by-step instruction in their areas of expertise. You might learn how to paint with watercolors, needlepoint or create phenomenal arts and crafts.

Bon Appétit Culinary Center

The world's only hands-on culinary studio at sea, a distinction that elevates the onboard gourmand experience to a level of participation far beyond even the grandest expectations.

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