Marco Polo Ship Review
Built as a Soviet trans-Atlantic liner in 1965, the Marco Polo has undergone several renovations and renamings. The décor on the ship is generally classy and understated with wide teak decks, several tastefully decorated bars and lounges, and a library. Cabins are comfortable and simply appointed with one downside, thin walls make it easy to hear neighboring rooms and TVs.
Terms and Conditions:
The prices listed are representative of actual prices provided by various cruise vendors and are not offered by TravelAgeWest.com or Northstar Travel Media, LLC.
Price listed does not constitute a contract of services, implied or written.
TravelAgeWest.com provides no cruise booking or purchase features.
Prices are provided as a comparison tool only.
Prices listed are per person, based on double occupancy and do include port taxes.
Prices do not include taxes, fuel surcharges, gratuities, or airfare unless otherwise noted.
Actual prices and fees are subject to vendor policies and are subject to availability, are capacity-controlled, and are subject to change without notice.
Special amenities, prices, offers, and upgrades are based on select dates, ships, sailings, stateroom categories, and select fare codes.
Cancellation penalties, blackout dates, and other restrictions may apply.
All prices and dates may not be available at time of booking.