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Oceania Baltic Cruise

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Looking at Oceania for August 2014, 10 or 12 day cruise. One happens to be on the Ship Nautica the other on the Marina. They both have the major key ports we desire - Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Tallinn and St Pete for 2.5 days. The Marina looks more updated, larger windows, rooms, more restaurants (which could be because the Marina holds 1250 passengers versus Nautica's 684) and is the 12 day ending in Amsterdam, which we have been to before. The nautica is significantly less expensive per couple (do not know if that is because it is 2 days less, ports or the ship or all of the above ) but missing Gdansk, which seems interesting to visit. Anyone have any opinions on ports, either ship, favorable or unfavorable?

Thanks, Mary Ann

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