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They provide maps (not affiliated to stores) at guest relations and a brief port guide. They don’t deliver it to your room rather it’s there to collect at guest relations as needed. 

But a big benefit is they also bring local port representatives onboard for the morning in each port who answer questions and give further guidance on walking routes etc 

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Thank Uktog! Great to hear. In the past I used to work to Oceania Cruises as port representative providing some local help.

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