Take a gourmet cruise in 2011
All hail Oceania Cruises' brand new ship, Marina, a gastronomic cruising experience which offers a total of ten free-seating dining venues – six of which are gourmet restaurants offering culinary excellence (and eight wich charge no supplements). This baby is designed entirely for sensual indulgement: food and wine lovers will not be disappointed. Its aim is simple: to rival the world's top restaurants, but afloat.
Foodies will particularly love Jacques, the first ever restaurant at sea for its namesake, Jacques Pepin, and Red Ginger, an Asian fusion experience. There's also the new Bon Appetit Culinary Centre offers hands-on cooking instruction under the guidance of master chefs.
Intimate lounges abound; if you book one of the top suites you'll have 2,000 sq feet to yourself, with wall-to-wall Ralph Lauren furnishings to boot. And if you've got time to notice where you are take in the views of on cruises of the Caribbean, south America, Florida and more. Prices start from £1249 per person on a ten-day cruise from Rome to Venice via Greece. Visit oceaniacruises.co.uk for details. All aboard the fantasy cruise
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All aboard the fantasy cruise