We have just returned from our fab holiday on the Marco Polo on a trip called "Majestic Fjordland". If you like stunning scenery, waterfalls and waffles then this is the trip for you! What about the ship? Well it's small but very friendly with a fab entertainment team that worked hard all week. The cabin was a "superior oceanview" and much bigger than I expected with a big bright picture window. Being a small ship it is very easy to make friends, the people we sat with in the main restaurant met up with us in the bars to do the quizzes and also in the evenings, a good time was had by all! A special mention to Rosario, our waiter, he never put a foot wrong and did his job whilst singing away to himself, also to Ryan, the best singer in the entertainment team. There are some niggles of course: The food selection in the Marco restaurant was only basic, the tea stations were congested, stuck in a corner, Also, plastic tea stirrers belong in MCDonalds not on an expensive cruise, please give us real spoons. Shopping is also minimal onboard but I suppose you can expect that on a small ship. These are only minor things and on the whole we have had a fab trip. Just a mention about the excursions, The Fjords are absolutely stunning but we were blessed with good weather for most of the week, had we not been then it would have been a different story, the main problem is the towns themselves. Skjolden for instance is an idyllic peaceful paradise, but there's not much to do there if you don't go on an excursion. I suppose I'm being picky, but if you go for the scenery then it's fab. Also Norway is expensive, I made the mistake of buying a stick of wrigleys chewing gum and it cost me 16kr (£1.60) - only 45p in uk! I'm still glad I went but if you asked me if I'd go on the Marco Polo again I'd probably say no.