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Americas Jubilee

Oceania Cruises Marina
Date 1st Dec 21
Nights 38 Nights
Miami, Florida, USA
Fly from the UK and arrive in Miami where you will be transferred to the port to board Marina for your thirty-eight night cruise.
Key West, Florida, USA
Key West is the USA's southernmost point and features a diverse mix of water sports, fishing trips, historic sites, and art galleries. Explore the waterfront to find a range of bars, parks and cafes, and stroll down Duval Street — a famous commercial district. There's a range of quirky street performers to see at Mallory Square, or you can visit Fort East Martello Museum and Gardens to view an old, Italian-style fortress. Make sure to stop at the former home of author, Ernest Hemingway, before you leave, too.
Cozumel, Mexico
Today, the ship docks at Cozumel. This tropical island in the Caribbean Sea sits just 12 miles off Mexico's coast and features beaches, ancient Mayan ruins and coral reefs. The rich Palancar Reef is the second-largest coral reef system in the world and attracts thousands of divers each year. San Miguel — Cozumel's largest city — is just minutes away from the port. Here, you can explore the Chankanaab Beach in Cozumel's National Marine Park and a variety of seafood restaurants and Mayan-themed souvenir shops. Admire the marine life and Mayan artefacts at Museum of the Island of Cozumel or soak up the sun on the white beach at Chankanaab National Park. Dive among tropical fish along Mesoamerican Reef; follow sightseeing jungle trails; and view dolphins and sea turtles in their natural habitat. You can also spend a few hours at Xcaret Adventure Park or try the zip lines at nearby Xplor Park.
Costa Maya, Mexico
The Mexican port of Costa Maya is your next stop. Take a short stroll to the portside shopping areas to purchase handmade souvenirs and gifts. Hop in a taxi to the resort of Mahahual and spend a few hours on the beach or swim with dolphins at Dolphin Discovery. Tuna, wahoo, marlin, and snapper are just some of the local fish you can catch on a fishing trip. Enjoy a snorkelling adventure among tropical fish, turtles and stingrays at the nearby Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, or why not book an excursion to the Chacchoben Mayan ruins with their original red painted stucco walls and mural?
Belize City, Belize
The port of Belize City is located in the Central American country of Belize. The city is divided is in two by Haulover Creek with the manually-operated 1920s Swing Bridge linking the two halves together. On the northern side you can trace the country's history at the Museum of Belize or admire the displays of contemporary art at the Image Factory gallery. To the south you can visit the historic St John's Cathedral and the fascinating House of Culture. Get up close to the native and rescued animals that roam freely in enclosures at Belize Zoo. Head out of town to Old Belize Beach and spend a few hours sunbathing or enjoy barbecued lobster and rum punch on a visit to Goff's Caye. Alternatively, an hour's drive will take you out to the amazing Altun Ha and Xunantunich Temples.
Harvest Caye, Belize
Harvest Caye is a private island exclusively-owned by Norwegian Cruise Line. This 75-acre oasis is located in southern Belize and boasts an expansive pool with swim-up bar and private cabanas, salt-water lagoon for water sports, and an exclusive 7km stretch of golden sands. Get up close to the local wildlife at the Nature Centre or shop for bargains at the Shopping Village. Enjoy an aerial adventure at the Flighthouse or go snorkelling at the world's second largest barrier reef.
Santo Tomas, Guatemala
Santo Tomas sits on Amatique Bay off the Gulf of Honduras on Guatemala's Caribbean Sea coast. This port is gateway to the myriad of attractions that Guatemala has to offer. The nearby towns of Puerto Barrios and Livingston and also the 16th-century Castillo de San Felipe near Lake Izbal are well worth visiting during your time ashore. Enjoy a drive out to the stone Mayan carvings at the Quirigua archaeological site or visit the ancient UNESCO-listed Mayan citadel of Tikal and surrounding national park. View over 400 species of birds and also abundant indigenous reptiles, mammals, and insects in the thriving ecosystem at Cerro San Gil Rainforest and Las Escobas Springs Reserve.
Isla de Roatán, Honduras
Roatan sits at the heart of the Caribbean Bay Islands in Honduras. This paradise island forms part of the huge Mesoamerican Barrier Reef and is lined with white sandy beaches and tropical fish-filled turquoise waters. Visit the island's capital, Coxen Hole, or spend time at nearby Mahogany Bay. Venture east to Roatan Institute of Marine Sciences, Roatan Museum, Carambola Gardens, and Rotatan Marine Park at the cultural centre of Sandy Bay. Head to the southwest to bustling West Bay Beach with its offshore coral reef. Keep your eyes peeled for the indigenous Lala Monkey, Jesus Lizard, and the Red Lored Parrot, or scuba dive with reef sharks at the Cara a Cara dive site.
At Sea
Puerto Limon, Costa Rica
The seventh largest city in Costa Rica, Puerto Limon is the capital city and main hub of Limon province. Home of the Afro-Costa Rican community, if you time your trip right you could celebrate Dia de la Raza and enjoy live music, dancing, and other carnival festivities. Discover a multitude of happening bars and restaurants along the shores of Playa Bonita, take in views from Sea Wall, and walk amongst the greenery facing the docks at Parque Vargas. Enjoy a boat trip to view the Leatherback, Hawksbill, and Green sea turtles at Tortuguero National Park or shop for gifts at Central Market. Discover colourful marine life and coral reefs at Cahuita National Park and the stunning rainforests in Talamanca Mountains to the south of the region.
Panama Canal, Panama
The Panama Canal bisects the country just to the west of Panama City and was opened in August 1914 with a third, wider lane of locks added in June 2016. This artificial 82km-long waterway in Panama connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. The banks of the canal are covered in rain forest and national parks. Central Panama stretches out from the canal across three provinces and into two oceans to comprise everything from the mountains of the Cordillera Central to the west, to the Caribbean coral reefs and colonial fortresses in the north, to the beaches of the Pearl Islands in the Bahía de Panamá (Bay of Panama) in the south. The coast on either side of the canal's Caribbean entrance offers the remains of colonial fortresses surrounded by jungle, half a dozen beaches, and mile upon mile of coral reef. The mountains to the east of the canal hold flora and fauna and indigenous Emberá villages.
Fuerte Amador, Panama
Expect incredible views as you arrive into the port for Panama City. Tinged with a silver pre-dawn light, the city will transform into a golden glow as the sun rises above it. And from then on expect one stunning view after another; Fuerte Amador is obviously overshadowed by its proximity to Panama City. Pay a visit to Miraflores Museum of the Canal, which offers a comprehensive and immersive tour of the Canal including a 3-D experience, four exhibition halls, and an observation deck. Meander through Casco Viejo, the old quarter of Panama, with its grand old colonial houses, cobbled streets, independent boutiques, and buzzing street scene. And, if you like seafood, you'll not want miss the many restaurants and market stalls serving different variations of so-fresh-it’s-still-practically-swimming ceviche. If money is no object, a cup of geisha coffee – supposedly the world’s best and definitely the world’s most expensive at $7 a shot - is definitely a pick me up!
At Sea
Manta, Ecuador
Today, the ship drops anchor in the Ecuadorian port of Manta. This lively town has an eclectic mix of cultures and a fascinating history, equally matched by a proud tuna-fishing industry. Spend a few hours on the popular El Murcielago Beach and enjoy the lively bars and restaurants along the Malecon Escenico promenade. Step back to pre-Columbian times at Central Bank Museum. The big waves from the adjacent Pacific Ocean make Manta a favourite spot for surfing, kite-surfing, and body boarding. No visit here would be complete without a trip to the nearby town of Montecristi, rumoured to be the birthplace of the 'sombrero de paja toquilla' - the infamous Panama hat!
Guayaquil, Ecuador
The Ecuadorian port city of Guayaquil is gateway to the Pacific beaches and the Galapagos Islands. Experience the monuments, parks, sculptures, and gardens along the 2.5km-long Malecon 2000 on the banks of Rio Guayas. Visit the neoclassical-style Catedral Metropolitan de Guayaquil and admire the artefacts on display at Museo Presley Norton. Get up close to the land iguanas at Parque Seminario or encounter parrots and macaws at Parque Historico Guayaquil's outdoor zoo. Take a thrilling canoe or kayak trip down the narrow waterways that meander through the mangrove forests at Reserva Ecologica Manglares Churute. To the north of the city you can experience the vibrant bar scene and colourful houses of the Las Penas neighbourhood; before ascending Santa Ana Hill to admire the panoramic cityscapes from the hilltop Santa Ana chapel and lighthouse.
At Sea
Salaverry, Peru
The small town of Salaverry in Peru introduces you to culture of the local Moche and Chimi people. Head to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chan Chan, the biggest pre-Columbian city in the Americas and the largest mud city in the world. Salaverry is also the gateway to Trujillo, Peru's second-largest city. Trujillo has colonial charm; visit the baroque cathedral to admire its architectural beauty and also spend time at the iconic Plaza de Armas.
Lima, Peru
The capital of Peru lies on the country's Pacific coast. It’s a bustling metropolis and one of South America's largest cities. While visiting, explore ancient archaeological sites, or see the elegant cathedrals and palaces which date back to Spanish colonial times. Head to downtown Lima where you'll come across a busy beach and a range of dining options and shops. Experience the local culture by watching one of the live Folklore shows performed around the city.
Pisco, Peru
Known for the grape brandy of the same name, Pisco is a city located on Peru's southern coast. Visit the nearby Paracas National Reserve and take a tour to view the rolling hills and wildlife. The town is popular for fishing and the reserve has an information centre, a small fishing village and some rather dramatic sea-shore cliffs. Take a boat trip to the Ballestas Islands to see the sea lions and hillside Candelabra; a huge etching of mysterious origins.
At Sea
Coquimbo, Chile
The port city of Coquimbo sits on the Pan-American Highway and is the capital of Chile's Elqui Province. Coquimbo boasts the La Herradura Beach where you can swim and sunbathe to your heart's content. Visit the 93-metre-high Cruz del Tercer Milenio holy pilgrimage site with its museum and prayer rooms; before riding the lift to the top. The 19th-century Fuerte Coquimbo showcases picturesque vistas of the bay and local pelicans and seabirds. Head to the restored Barrio Ingles (English District) to taste fresh seafood at the fish market by day and in the evening experience its vibrant nightlife scene. Coquimbo is also a popular spot for trekking, sport fishing, parasailing, and surfing. Ten kilometres away you'll find La Serena with its stunning beaches alongside the long Avenida del Mar, lively Plaza de Armas main square, Faro Monumental de La Serena lighthouse, and also the famous market at Recova which sells amazing arts and crafts.
Santiago, Chile
Santiago is Chile’s capital and largest city and nestles in a valley surrounded by the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Explore Plaza de Armas at the heart of the city’s old colonial district; home to two neoclassical landmarks: 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia with its Museo Histórico Nacional and the 18th-century Catedral Metropolitana. Culture fans can make a beeline for Centro Cultural Palacio La Moneda, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, and Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos. Ride the aerial tramway to San Cristobal Hill to combine cityscape views with visits to the observatory, statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and amphitheatre. Parque Metropolitano de Santiago is the perfect escape; this huge urban green area boasts Zoológico Nacional de Chile and also a botanical garden and funicular railway.
At Sea
Puerto Montt, Chile
The port city of Puerto Montt is the capital of Chile's Lakes District and is famous for being the gateway to the Patagonian fjords and the Andes mountains. There is plenty to do when you go ashore; from dining on the freshest local seafood or spending the day on a Pacific Ocean beach to setting off on an adventure to explore the Calbuco active volcano or the symmetrical Osorno Volcano. Visit the city’s Plaza de Armas square to admire the 19th-century neo-classical cathedral constructed from wood. Stop by the nearby Case del Arte Diego Rivera to view contemporary artworks by local and national artists. Venture outside the city and explore the delights of Caleta de Angelmo Market.
Puerto Chacabuco, Chile
Puerto Chacabuco is located at the head of the Aisen Fjord to the south of Puerto Montt and reminds you more of Norway than Northwest Patagonia. To the northeast is Lake Los Palos with its scenic backdrop of snowy mountains; while to the southeast is Simpson River National Reserve, home to cougars, forests, and amazing cascading waterfalls. Travel to the nearby town of Coyhaique and explore the arts and craft fair in the Main Square, where you can purchase handmade goods created from native wood, stone, leather, and wool.
San Rafael, Chile
The national park of San Rafael covers an area of 17,420km² and is located on the Pacific coast of southern Chile. This unique place includes the Northern Patagonia Ice Field and is home to no less than 19 awe-inspiring glaciers; the most famous of which is the impressive San Rafael Glacier. View the floating blocks of ice that have calved from the glacier and keep on the lookout for indigenous wildlife including sea lions, marine otters, black-necked swans, and condors. The Andean peak of Mount San Valentin is the perfect backdrop to this stunning landscape. The area is also the ideal place for hiking, mountain climbing, snow trekking, mountain skiing, and sea kayaking.
Chilean Fjords, Chile
Chile’s southern Patagonian coast from Cape Horn to the Reloncavi Estuary features some of the most spectacular natural scenery on Earth. Think everything from glacial fjords, inlets, islands, and navigable channels, to vast temperate rainforests and snow-capped mountain peaks and you get the picture. Then there's the amazing sea life to catch sight of including thousands of Magellanic penguins, orcas, blue, grey and humpback whales, dolphins, and elephant seals. The snow-capped mountains and steep valleys offer a striking contrast to the otherwise very green area that is rich in wildlife.
Punta Arenas, Chile
The city of Punta Arenas sits near the tip of the southernmost Patagonia region in Chile. Located on the Strait of Megellan that connects the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans; Punta Arenas is the gateway to Antarctica. Step ashore and visit Plaza Gamero to admire the memorial to the explorer Ferdinand Magellan before viewing a replica of one of his galleons at Museo Nao Victoria. The nearby 19th-century Casa Braun-Menendez and the ornate 18th-century Palacio Sara Stroll are well worth a visit too. Step back to pioneer days at Instituto de la Patagonia. Museo Regional de Magallanes is housed in an opulent mansion and explores the the life of 19th-century pioneer sheep farmers or view a collection of antique farming and industrial machinery and a typical pioneer shearing shed and house at Museo del Recuerdo.
Cape Horn, Chile
Cape Horn is the located at the southernmost tip of South America and marks the northern boundary of Drake Passage and the point where the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans meet. Rounding this famous rocky headland is thought to be one of the most challenging nautical routes to undertake due to the large waves, strong winds, strong currents, and icebergs. This treeless and windswept area features on many a bucket list yet it is virtually uninhabited except for the lighthouse keeper and his family.
Ushuaia, Argentina
Ushuaia sits on the Tierra del Fuego archipelago at the tip of Argentina. Considered to the southernmost city in the world; Ushuaia perches on a steep hill and is encircled by the Martial Mountains and the Beagle Channel. The city is famous for abundant outdoor adventures and its offshore waters that are awash with seals, sea lions, and sea birds. Take a hike along trails and paths through the thick forests in the surrounding Tierra del Fuego national park to encounter native beavers and birds. Explore local history and culture at the End of the World Museum, Maritime Museum of Ushuaia, and Galeria Tematica - Historic Fuengina. No trip here would be complete without visiting the San Juan de Salvamento Lighthouse (End of the World Lighthouse) or taking a tour to nearby Isla Yecapasela (Penguin Island), to see the colonies of penguins.
At Sea
Punta del Este, Uruguay
Spend today enjoying the picturesque and elegant beach resort of Punta del Este set on a peninsula in southeast Uruguay. Walk around the marina and stop for a coffee overlooking the water and yachts. Spend time at Brava Beach to watch the surfers tackling the strong waves and admire La Mano en la Arena (The Hand) giant sculpture. Shop for local handicrafts at Plaza Artigas and window-shop at the luxury boutiques on nearby Avenida Gorlero. Visit Uruguayan artist Carlos Paez Vilaro's villa and art gallery at Casapueblo or stroll to the 19th-century lighthouse at the southern tip of the peninsula for amazing vistas. Take a trip to see the colony of sea lions and seals at Sea Wolves Island or explore the 18th-century city of Maldonado.
Montevideo, Uruguay
Montevideo, Uruguay’s capital city, sits alongside Montevideo Bay. Plaza de la Independencia is the main hub of the city and leads to the Ciudad Vieja old town with its colonial houses, art deco buildings, and fascinating landmarks such as Palacio Salvo and the Solis Theatre. Admire the international artworks and surrounding Japanese gardens at the Museum of Fine Arts - Juan Manuel Blanes. Climb up to Fortaleza del Cerro to enjoy panoramic views of the city and beyond. No visit to Montevideo would be complete without enjoying parilla-grilled fare at one of the steakhouses at Mercado Del Puerto or tasting the traditional yerba mate tea. Spend a few hours soaking up the sunshine on the golden sands of Pocitos Beach or take a leisurely stroll along La Rambla promenade.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and be transferred to the airport for your flight home.
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  • Spend Christmas & New Year onboard
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Why Book
Why Book
  • Santo Tomas is gateway to the myriad of attractions that Guatemala has to offer
  • Expect one stunning view after another as you arrive into the port for Panama City
  • Head to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chan Chan, the biggest pre-Columbian city in the Americas and the largest mud city in the world
  • There is plenty to do when you go ashore in Puerto Montt; from dining on the freshest local seafood or spending the day on a Pacific Ocean beach to setting off on an adventure to explore the Calbuco active volcano

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Marina blends sophistication with a contemporary flair to create a casually elegant ambiance. From the sparkling Lalique Grand Staircase to the stunning Owner's Suites furnished in Ralph Lauren Home, designer touches are everywhere, highlighting the finest residential design and furnishings. More than anything, Marina personifies the Oceania Cruises experience. Intimate and luxurious, Marina retains the same warmth and charm of her acclaimed consorts Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena. While the country club casual ambiance and level of personalized service remain the same, Marina offers even more choice and some enticing new amenities. Designed for epicureans and travel connoisseurs, Marina offers guests multiple dining venues, of which six are open-seating gourmet restaurants with no surcharge. La Reserve by Wine Spectator offers enlightening seminars, tastings, and gourmet food pairings. The Culinary Center is the only hands-on cooking school at sea, featuring a range of enriching cooking classes by master chefs. Similarly, talented artists-in-residence offer step-by-step instruction in arts and crafts in Artist Loft enrichment center. Baristas, our signature coffee bar, serves up illy® espresso and coffee and freshly made pastries. Intimate lounges abound. Accommodations in every category are incredibly spacious, especially with regard to the lavish bathrooms. Yet remarkably, with so many additions, the onboard ambiance and experience remains comfortably familiar. We have retained everything our guests adore about our ships and raised the bar even higher. We look forward to welcoming you aboard.
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Food & Drink

The ship offers a choice of dining options, from informal breakfast with sea-views to sophisticated dinner with French-inspired cuisine, all in open seating. Artisan bread is served in all restaurants, as well as freshly baked viennoiseries for breakfast. Award winning chef, Jacques Pépin, works closely with the restaurants to develop menus that blend both classic and exotic flavours.


If you're an aficionado of the arts, you'll find their entertainment just as engrossing and personally satisfying. In the evenings, the ship is filled with music performed by, what some have called, the finest orchestra at sea. Attend a live classical concert under the stars, the notes gently wafting through the misty night. Marvel at the magicians, comedians and other headliners. Evenings aboard can be anything you desire. Chat with newfound friends over a cocktail in one of the lounges. Dance the night away in Horizons to the sounds of a marvellous musical group, or show your talent at karaoke. Entertainment has never been so enjoyable, enriching or varied.

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Health & Fitness

Whether you want to stay active or relax and be pampered, the ship features a fantastic array of programmes and facilities aimed at improving your personal well-being. From the indulgent treatments of the spa, to fitness programmes tailored specifically for your needs, there is plenty to keep your mind and body happy whilst at sea.

Kids & Teens

Please be advised Marina does not offer any dedicated children's of teens facilities.

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