Marina deck 5 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Marina deck 5

  • “Marina Lounge” is the ship’s main show lounge/theater. It has a stage and large dance floor for live evening entertainment and dancing. The Lounge hosts daily trivia games, guest lectures, social events and a stylish night entertainment program with comedy acts, magician shows, classic and jazz ensemble performances.
  • The Atrium Lobby is an open-floor area for the guest services desks: Reception (24-hour assistance, dining reservations, cashier), Concierge Desk and Destination Services (Oceania Cruises shore excursions booking, planning and information).
  • 3 Boutiques sell duty-free goods – jewelry, watches, perfumes, Oceania-logo merchandise, gifts and souvenirs, fashion clothes, convenience goods.
  • “Red Ginger” (portside) is a feng shui-inspired Asia specialty restaurant (Thai-Japanese-Vietnamese cuisine) with a 5-course “tasting” and a la carte menu. The decor features bronze,  fine ebony woods, Asian artworks (including 3 Buddha heads). The Red Ginger restaurant is also present on the Oceania Cruises newest fleet member – Sirena(former Ocean Princess ship).
  • The starboard “Jacques” dinner restaurant is a 124-seats complimentary fine dining venue (reservations-only) with French cuisine (by chef Pepin) and an extensive wine list. The 5-course menu includes freshly baked French baguettes, hors d’oeuvres, soups and salads, main courses (also seafood), desserts and a board with selection of French cheeses.