Yes, still using the Mk 6. It's a smallish ship with a smallish theater, but the shows were fine. The cabins were smaller than we were used to but had plenty of storage space and a nice large window.
I used the included pressing of four items which resolved some of the fluff and fold problem but not all of it. The new customs procedure with no forms to fill out were very efficient. Kenso, what was the mileage when your mechatronic unit failed?
Do you need a machine? George's and took a bus to Hamilton, the capital, for shopping. Bought car here. Perhaps, its purely coincidental? VGM need to address their after sales program as is just demand more than supply. You're always welcome. So much so, in fact, that the relatively rough waters that we encountered on July 4th led to two-thirds of the ship including some crewmembers!
Usually the cheapest one would be the cruise to nowhere. Usually, birds of a feather flock together so I assumed rightly after reading your post that their across the road service centre would be equally crap.
Nothing else and nothing was billed to me. Basically a machine is required to accelerate the overall process.
A few small examples: The casino was incredibly small, almost never full, yet very happily was smoke-free like virtually the remainder of the ship, and we actually came out ahead in our limited play there. Mostly enjoyable but likely not doing another Oceania cruise anytime soon. Only a meal or two not up to par, but since I didn't have to cook, who cares!
Disembarkation went smoothly and it was nice to have the option of a full breakfast before we left. The bathroom was small; the toiletries were very nice.
October 16, 2012 at 9: I even ask them how much the mechatronic would cost if I would need to replace it again after my 5 year warranty over. The Terrace Grill food was fine but we don;t like the hub bub atmosphere.