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Orient Lines has been offering 4-star luxury at affordable rates since 1991, first on the Marco Polo and now on the Marco Polo II, only a midsized liner but with a grand, golden-age style.
Although the ethos is very much that the destination is the important thing - and this is reflected by the fact that hotels and sightseeing ashore are covered in the price of the cruise - there has been no skimping on onboard facilities. A health club, library and nightclub are among the attractions, while expert talks on destinations are very popular. Dining is of a high standard, and numerous bars are havens of relaxation and good conversation.
Although summers are generally spent in the Mediterranean, cruises are worldwide in the winter, and the ship's ice-class hull means it can take more adventurous travellers to Antarctica.