Sega Village Ocean Village

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Sega Village Ocean Village
Opened: 2007
Closed: 2010

Sega Village Ocean Village, officially known as Sega Village, was a Sega amusement arcade located on the self-entitled cruise ship owned by British-American cruise line Ocean Village, based in Southampton, Hampshire, UK.

Little is known about its history, however it must have opened alongside or shortly after the Sega Village games room on Ocean Village's sister ship, Ocean Village Two, was devised. Both rooms represented Sega Amusements Europe's return to the operation of licenced amusement centres[1][2].

It is believed to have lasted longer than Ocean Village Two's, and was likely still open on the ship's farewell voyage under the ownership of Ocean Village on 21 October 2010 - the Ocean Village brand was discontinued shortly afterwards, and the Ocean Village ship herself was transferred to P&O Cruises Australia[3].


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