Southampton (UK) to Stockholm (Sweden) on Marina

2 June 2018
Cruise Only for 10 nights

FREE Internet PLUS free shore excursions, free house beverage package or OBC!Explore the fascinating Baltic cities of Copenhage, St Petersburg and Helsinki on board Marina!

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1 - Saturday 02 June Southampton (Uk) 0700 1700
The port of Southampton is one of the busiest cruise ship ports in the British Isles. The city has several parks and a large common. Places of interest include the newly-opened Bargate Monument Gallery and the 12th-century Medieval Merchant's House, whilst shoppers and diners head for the up-market area of Bedford Place. From Southampton, its possible to visit the New Forest or the Isle of Wight which is served by ferry from the harbour.
2 - Sunday 03 June Cruising The North Sea
3 - Monday 04 June Oslo (Norway) 1200 2000
The port of Norway's capital, Oslo, is located in the heart of the city below the medieval Akershus Fortress. Oslo is a small city located at the end of Oslofjord, surrounded by mountains and offering interesting shopping opportunities in the Old Bazaar Halls, the Kon-Tiki, Fram and Viking ship museums, the modernist building of the new Opera House at Bjorvika, and restaurants serving traditional dishes of moose, fish and reindeer.
4 - Tuesday 05 June Copenhagen (Denmark) 1300 2200
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, and its port is within walking distance of the famous statue of the Little Mermaid. Copenhagen is a picturesque city which combines traditional Danish copper-roofed buildings with cutting-edge modern architecture. Tivoli Gardens are one of the capitals highlights, along with Kronburg Castle which was the model for Shakespeare's Elsinore, the Carlsberg Brewery, the alternative cultural community of Christiana and the royal palace of Amalienborg.
5 - Wednesday 06 June Berlin (Warnemunde, Germany) 0600 2000
Warnemunde is one of the Baltic's most charming ports, with an attractive fishing harbour, an old town and broad sandy beaches with typical Baltic wicker bathing chairs. The seaside promenade is lined with stalls, shops and cafes and as a busy maritime centre it has a lighthouse which is open to the public with good views over the Baltic. Warnemunde also has a direct rail link to Berlin.
6 - Thursday 07 June Visby (Sweden) 1300 1800
Visby sits on the Swedish island of Gotland and is a well-preserved, medieval town and World Heritage Site with 13th-century walls known as the Visby Ringwall. The oldest structure is the powder tower of Kruttornet, one of several red-roofed towers along the walls. Modern Visby has good restaurants serving traditional Gotland lamb and asparagus dishes, and shops on Wisbystrovet and St Hans sell locally-produced ceramics and glass
7 - Friday 08 June Helsinki (Finland) 1100 2000
Helsinki port is approximately one mile from the city, which is Finland's capital. Suomenlinna Fortress is one of the largest sea fortresses in the world, built in 1748 and now a residential are with cafes and restaurants. The city is compact and easy to explore on foot, where the sights include the grand Neo-Classical architecture of Senate Squar and the Design Museum which showcases Finnish art and design.
8 - Saturday 09 June St Petersburg (Russia) 0900
The imperial city of St Petersburg is full of treasures. Important works by Italian Renaissance artists, Rembrandt, Matisse and Picasso are on display in the vast Hermitage Museum, which is housed in the extravagant Winter Palace. Peterhof Palace was inspired by Versailles, and perhaps outshines it. See the lavish fountains, culminating in the splendour of the Grand Cascade. Perhaps visit the suburb of Pushkin and the onion-domed Catherine's Palace at Tsarskoe Selo, or Mariinksy Theatre, formerly the Kirov Ballet.
9 - Sunday 10 June St Petersburg (Russia) 1800
10 - Monday 11 June Tallinn (Estonia) 0800 1700
Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. This well-preserved medieval city is surrounded by defensive walls marked at intervals by fairytale pepper-pot towers. From the cruise port there are is a shuttle service into the old town where highlights include the cobbled artisans' area of St Catherine's Passage, Kadriorg Palace built by Peter the Great and the renovated factory quarter of Rotermann which gives a flavour of contemporary Tallinn.
11 - Tuesday 12 June Stockholm (Sweden) 0700 1600
Most cruise ships berth within a 20-minute walk of Stockholm's old town, Gamla Stan, giving easy access to the museums, galleries, shops and restaurants of Sweden's capital. Spread across 14 islands connected by 50 bridges, its sights include the Royal Palace of Drottningholm which can be reached by steamer boat from the City Hall, the Wasa Museum which holds an ancient ship, and the futuristic Ericcson Globe where you can take a SkyView Gondola outside its huge dome.
Code Category Status Latest Price
G Inside Stateroom WAIT LIST £2169pp
F Inside Stateroom WAIT LIST £2319pp
C Deluxe Ocean View WAIT LIST £2839pp
B4 Veranda Stateroom WAIT LIST £3359pp
B3 Veranda Stateroom WAIT LIST £3389pp
B2 Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £3429pp
B1 Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £3469pp
A4 Concierge Level Veranda GUARANTEE £3619pp
A3 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £3649pp
A2 Concierge Level Veranda AVAILABLE £3689pp
A1 Concierge Level Veranda GUARANTEE £3759pp
PH3 Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £4539pp
PH2 Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £4689pp
PH1 Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £4839pp
OC Oceania Suite CLOSED £7649pp
VS Vista Suite CLOSED £8389pp
OS Owners Suite CLOSED £10469pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
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2 June 2018£2169pp