Has anyone else booked the new Marco Polo II?
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Black Sea.........uhhh, tempting even to go back again.keltic, mancunian, so you both want to return to the Black Sea. We were all there together on the Marco Polo last year. What did you see in this itinerary that interests you? Just being nosy.
Hi Rick,I too wanted to book the B2B cruise to Venice; but the price was too high.
Just booked the same cruise as well as the following 15 day which
continues to Venice. We are very excited to see a Marco Polo at sea again.
I have booked the "Path of the Vikings". I have been to Antarctica on the M/V Marco Polo and now will go to the Arctic on the Marco Polo II. It is almost a year away but I shall have to wait.
Hi Rick. I hope that you post a report after you return.
intrigued by the loyalty of past OP guests expressed in this thread)Our previous experience has made us loyal. Many of us know each other having cruised together before.
This seems high for a new, unproven, company using a 40 year old ship. Am I missing something?We miss our cruises and have faith that the new owners will do as they promised, to create a cruise experience as close to what so many of us know and love.
...I contacted my TA re passage on this 5/9/09 cruise. Bottom line, the fare (air, transfers, passage, tax, fuel surcharge) from Boston, MA is $4229/pp. This seems high for a new, unproven, company using a 40 year old ship. Am I missing something?Depends on the type of cabin requested - inside vs oceanview or standard vs superior. My quote was for the cheapest inside available which is listed in the Polo Club brochure at $2999 ppd.