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513 Oceania Luxury Cruise Reviews

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GerryS
Member Since 2008
1 review
27 forum posts
1 helpful vote
Overall, a very good cruise on Oceania Regatta. We had a penthouse suite whitch was considerabley more comfortable than the concierage suite that we normally take. The entire staff was wonderful. The excursions were better than we ... Read more
bayern
Member Since 2010
1 review
12 forum posts
The ports in Western-Europe were very interesting and the renowed small ship OCEANIA SIRENA had the opportunity to reach also smaller unknown ports in the best time for travelling into this Region - in August! Because we are cruisers ... Read more
BuckeyeGuy7
Member Since 2013
1 review
5 forum posts
1 helpful vote
W e chose this cruise because of the itinerary-particularly Latvia and Lithuania, which are two countries that my wife and i had never been to. It has also been 16 years since our previous Baltic cruise, so we were curious about potential ... Read more
cuttingedgeglassworks
Member Since 2009
5 reviews
44 forum posts
1 helpful vote
We really enjoyed this Baltic cruise on the Nautica. We like the way we are treated by Oceania and we especially enjoy the food onboard. This cruise was port intensive with only one sea day, so we knew that there would be plenty of ... Read more
RCNslr
Member Since 2010
3 reviews
160 forum posts
2 helpful votes
Oceania has a great reputation for treating cruisers well. Indeed the service was exceptional, food superb, and the Alaska destination just fine. We took the little train in from SEATAC which cost $6 versus $40 + tip for a taxi. It was ... Read more

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beebopaloola
Member Since 2009
1 review
130 forum posts
3 helpful votes
Sailed July 2016
I chose this cruise in the Baltic region because there were places on this itinerary I had never visited before. I was particularly interested in transiting the Kiel canal. I flew into Stockholm on the day of the cruise so was unable to ... Read more
procter
Member Since 2007
5 reviews
363 forum posts
14 helpful votes
Venice Barcelona July August 2016. Just returned from this cruise and ready to add my 2 pennorth to reviews. Background Long time Azamara cruiser but increasingly fed up with cheeseparing on ship dictated by Miami. 15 + cruises ... Read more
Adele's
Member Since 2014
2 reviews
2 forum posts
14 helpful votes
Did the Gondolas to Gaudi cruise. We are a couple in our early fifties and this was our second cruise having cruised in the Baltic with Celebrity two years ago. We loved our previous cruise on the Celebrity Eclipse but the Riviera was ... Read more
goricanka
Member Since 2014
1 review
1 helpful vote
We chose this cruise primarily because of its itinerary (Lisbon, Porto, Gijon, Bilbao, Bordeaux, Biarritz, St.Malo, Le Havre. First time with the Oceania cruises. The room was small and obviously not completely refurbished, as promised. ... Read more
Atlanta World Cruiser
Member Since 2012
3 reviews
90 forum posts
2 helpful votes
This was our second cruise on Oceania. We received a lot of press on the new Sirena. We booked a Penthouse SG2 with no specific stateroom. This was a first for us not having a Stateroom; one of their promotions. We were going to be in ... Read more

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shoppermaven
Member Since 2013
1 review
151 forum posts
2 helpful votes
We chose this cruise because of the itinerary however; the two ports I was looking forward to were skipped. The entertainment was awful for the most part. This tour was originally listed as a 21 day cruise but ultimately was changed into ... Read more
markam
Member Since 2016
1 review
3 forum posts
1 helpful vote
We have been on only two ocean cruise (but 5 river cruises) and both on the Regatta. I imagine there are better ships out there (i.e. Regent level) that could be worth all 5 stars but for our tastes, the Regatta is just fine and would ... Read more
RegBob6224
Member Since 2016
1 review
3 forum posts
This was our 5th Oceania Cruise and 3rd on the Marina so we like it a lot. The staff are excellent, the rooms a generous size, the food is really excellent and we don't go for the entertainment. A nice set of ports, starting in Stockholm. ... Read more
Bebelin
Member Since 2014
2 reviews
7 forum posts
2 helpful votes
We have cruised on the larger Oceania ships before and were so pleased. We've done most of Europe already but this was a special cruise that featured the wine regions of Portugal, Spain and France. We cruised on Oceania Sirena. The ... Read more
candkd
Member Since 2009
1 review
25 forum posts
6 helpful votes
Sailed July 2016
This cruise was chosen for the ports of call in the Baltic and only having 1 sea day. This was my first time with Oceania and I had previously sailed with Azamara. The Marina is twice as big as Azamara but you didn't notice it had 1,200 ... Read more

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MP at sea
Member Since 2016
1 review
2 helpful votes
The ship in general is looking tired and needing a refit. On deck 14, some of the windows were loose due to rust having eaten away most of the fasteners. Decks need some refinishing but the crew were diligent about trying to make it look ... Read more
new forest
Member Since 2016
1 review
4 helpful votes
Sailed July 2016
We chose this cruise because we wanted to visit as many of the Baltic countries as possible and because we liked the variety of Excursions. We also chose it because Marina seemed a very gracious and well appointed ship. We chose it ... Read more
Cruise Worm
Member Since 2016
1 review
11 forum posts
2 helpful votes
Disembarkation was easy at each port, even for those not taking Oceania tours. (Would not recommend using Oceania tours a la carte for St Pete, as each tour would return back to ship through all the traffic.) Heard of no virus ... Read more
Bocantcome
Member Since 2015
1 review
5 forum posts
15 helpful votes
We loved everything about this cruise except for the wifi. So let me get that out of the way first. Oceania, you MUST upgrade the wifi. Really a shame that you are charging for this, and it doesn't work about half the time. A real rip ... Read more
martyweed
Member Since 2006
3 reviews
88 forum posts
1 helpful vote
The Sirena was the new addition to the fleet and having sailed on all the others we thought we would like to be on it's inaugural voyage. We took the section from Barcelona to Le Havre, 21 days. The SIrena is another of the old ... Read more

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Rbben
Member Since 2014
1 review
18 forum posts
4 helpful votes
If you love the Nautica, Insignia or Regatta you will love the Sirena - it is the same ship (almost). I have done over 35 cruises and 10 on Oceania. I sailed on the Sirena when it was the R4 and when it was the Pacific Princess. I love ... Read more
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ka.gossett@gmail.com
Member Since 2016
1 review
This was my first cruise ever, and the first for my mother since she took the Queen Mary in the early 60's. I traveled with my mom (69), sister (29), aunt and uncle both early 70's. My sister and I were definitely in the minority on the ... Read more
caseywasey
Member Since 2013
3 reviews
3 helpful votes
chose this cruise for the places it was visiting, food in Red Ginger was excellent, the Steak House was marginal would have eaten at Red Ginger more often but they told us they are sold out the day of boarding...hmmm. cabin stewart ... Read more
Mike the sailor
Member Since 2016
1 review
6 helpful votes
Close friends cruise with Oceania on this ship every year, sometimes twice a year, so our maiden voyage on the Riviera came with high expectations. Overall we weren't disappointed. We occupied a PHI penthouse suite on deck 11. The ... Read more
Neo Mariner
Member Since 2016
2 reviews
5 helpful votes
Great ship. No line up at embarkation, just walk up to the ship and register. Asian porridge for breakfast everyday and waffles on order. Lobsters, lamb chops and steak every dinner at terrace cafe besides a wide variety of roasts for ... Read more

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