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Wed Oct 10 Barcelona, Spain 4:00pm
Thu Oct 11 Marseille, France 8:00am 6:00pm
Fri Oct 12 Portofino, Italy 8:00am 6:00pm
Sat Oct 13 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 7:00am 7:00pm
Sun Oct 14 Sorrento, Italy 7:00am 7:00pm
Mon Oct 15 At Sea
Tue Oct 16 Santorini, Greece 9:30am 7:00pm
Wed Oct 17 Athens (Piraeus), Greece Disembark
The Cruise Ship Marco Polo
Like the famous explorer for which she is named, the Marco Polo is a world traveler. She was built with a strong ice-strengthened hull that makes her perfect for Antarctic expeditions. Her broad teak decks are a splendid vantage point for admiring fjords in Scandinavia or South America. And her mid- size allows her to enter intimate ports around the world where the giant ships can't go.
On board are all the facilities you'd expect on a 22,000 ton luxury liner dedicated to the finest traditions of cruising. Savor delicious cuisine in two restaurants. Enjoy a nightclub, a disco, a Health Club and Beauty Center with aerobics studio & saunas, a swimming pool, Jacuzzis, a library, a casino, a card room and an array of lounges, including a piano bar and tea room. There are gracious public rooms for fun and activity, as well as cozy nooks for quiet moments of relaxation. It's the perfect mix.
Traveling with around 700 passengers, you'll never feel as if you're just part of the crowd. The atmosphere aboard is warm and friendly, with gentleman hosts to assure that unescorted ladies enjoy ship activities, also a guest lecturer series. Renowned for her skilled Scandinavian officers and the warm smiles of her Filipino service staff, the Marco Polo the perfect ship for exploring the world's most fascinating ports.
Photo Gallery Staterooms
Gross Registered Tons: 22,080 tons
Length: 578.4 feet
Beam: 77.4 feet
Maximum Draft: 26.9 feet
Number of Decks: 12
Cruising Speed: 19.5 knots
Number of Passengers: 850
Number of Ship Personnel: 350
Deck Officers Scandinavian
Social Staff British and American