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Maiden Voyage

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Barcelona to Miami | 13-Day Voyage | January 22, 2011

Before taking a new route across the Atlantic, Marina lingers provocatively, allowing plenty of time to explore the considerable treasures of Spain and Morocco. Delve into the diversity of flora in Málaga’s glorious Los Jardines de La Concepción botanical gardens, much of which was planted in the 1850s. Behold the modern Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, which flaunts the world’s tallest minaret and an amazing glass prayer floor above the sea. Then, it’s on to the Canary Islands’ volcanic Tenerife with its natural black-sand beaches and dramatically diverse landscape. During the next seven uninterrupted days at sea, you can be one of the very first guests to settle in and experience Marina in all her glory, as she makes her maiden crossing. Surrender to the joy of a soothing facial at the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, stretch out poolside on one of the cushioned day beds and immerse yourself in a bestseller. For one amazing voyage, Marina belongs only to you.


Inaugural Passage

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Miami to San Francisco | 18-Day Voyage | February 8, 2011

Marina’s sole westbound transit of the ingenious Panama Canal is an original that encompasses vastly different countries, offering great insight into life in Latin America. Relax in one of Cartagena’s 16th century Old Town plazas, and its colonial history seems more relevant than ever. A tour of proud Puntarenas reveals its strong marine traditions, reflected curiously in even a Catholic church with portholes for windows. Mexico bares its soul all along its Pacific coast, particularly on Acapulco’s golden beaches and in the extraordinary seafood restaurants in strikingly beautiful Cabo San Lucas. This cruise also distinguishes itself by ending with memorable overnight stays in trendsetting Los Angeles and in free-spirited San Francisco, a brand-new port for Oceania Cruises. Must-dos include riding the famed cable cars and dining on succulent Dungeness Crabs at Fisherman’s Wharf.


Footsteps of Balboa

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San Francisco to Miami | 18-Day Voyage | February 26, 2011

This never-before-offered itinerary immediately demonstrates how it differs from other eastbound Panama Canal transits. After departing San Francisco, a new port for Oceania Cruises, Marina spends the next day cruising California’s picturesque Pacific coast before arriving in another new port: San Diego. Culturally minded guests will love exploring Balboa Park, with its 15 museums and the San Diego Zoo. Then, Latin rhythms surge to the forefront, as you call on ecology-conscious Huatulco and welcoming Puerto Chiapas, the gateway to numerous Mayan ruins. Next is a transit through the spectacular Panama Canal. Another highlight is Cartagena’s walled Old Town, a medieval wonderland of colonial mansions, monasteries and cobblestone streets. In contrast, visit Seven Mile Beach just north of George Town and sink your feet into the white, powdery sands and impossibly clear water.


Caribbean Pearls

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Miami to Miami | 12-Day Voyage | March 16, 2011

This definitive Caribbean voyage is so carefree the islands come in leisurely succession. During the heart of this exquisite cruise, new tropical adventures occur each day. Enjoy the bountiful outdoor pleasures of beach-rimmed St. Barts, but be sure to leave time to shop for luxurious French fashions. Take a thrilling off-road Jeep safari through ecologically-rich Antigua. Experience Virgin Gorda, a natural paradise measuring a mere nine square miles, every inch poised to make an enormous impression. Its signature geological attraction, The Baths, is particularly breathtaking. Additional pleasures await you in Callo Levantado, or you may kayak down the hidden river canals in nearby Los Haitises National Park. You might snorkel the fabled reefs of Grand Turk and then laze about a virgin beach.


Colonial Crossing

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Miami to Barcelona | 19-Day Voyage | March 28, 2011

Marina’s first eastbound transoceanic crossing breaks new ground as our longest ever and by offering two enriching overnight stays in the six destinations, the first three being brand new. Both Savannah and Charleston boast an alluring southern gentility that pervades their historic downtowns. The evening in New York City reveals the Big Apple’s indomitable spirit and wealth of culture, including artistic icons such as the Museum of Modern Art and hallowed sites like historic Federal Hall. To celebrate arriving in Bermuda, you’ll spend the evening in the pastel-shaded capital of Hamilton. One of its finest attractions is the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, a showcase for the natural wonders in the surrounding sea. Then enjoy five uninterrupted days at sea before arriving in Funchal, a city so gorgeous it inspired Winston Churchill to paint seascapes.

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