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153 Oceania Senior Cruise Reviews
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Owlphile
Member Since 2009
1 review
21 forum posts
My wife & I were looking for a time to relax in comfort. We chose to cruise over the holidays because our children were not going to be with us. In general the Insignia cruise of the eastern Caribbean met our expectations. The ... Read more
call-of-the-sea
Member Since 2015
1 review
4 forum posts
This is my second cruise on Oceania, the first one was on Riveira, in the Med. Marina is almost the same as Riveira,with very small differences. On both cruises we booked Penthouse 1 (PH1) cabin and have been very very satisfied. Both ... Read more
Liat
Member Since 2003
13 reviews
1,343 forum post
4 helpful votes
Sailed December 2016
Oceania Sirena Baja California – Mexico Cruise December 11-21 2016 Why this cruise? We are experienced cruisers with 34 ocean and 3 river cruises over the past 17 years, enjoying ... Read more
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rdberns
Member Since 2013
1 review
130 forum posts
4 helpful votes
The itinerary was a main reason for taking this cruise. The staff and food are exceptional. My only complaint is the size and layout of the cabins. We are in a concierge cabin and it's too small. The bathroom is just okay with a ... Read more
RonaldMN
Member Since 2009
1 review
17 forum posts
We enjoy the sea days on repositioning cruises, and this 14-day Oceania Riviera voyage from Barcelona to Miami gave us five in a row, from Madeira to Bermuda. The meals were excellent, and the service exceptional. The penthouse suite ... Read more
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dkurz
Member Since 2003
1 review
116 forum posts
Sailed November 2016
This cruise being a repositioning cruise offered a penthouse with butler at an affordable price on one of Oceania newer vessels the Riviera..The butler was able to get us into the specialty restaurants on additional nights as well as ... Read more
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RockyMtnBlue
Member Since 2012
1 review
22 forum posts
4 helpful votes
Sailed November 2016
Small Ship, No children, photographers, or up-selling, Great Food Great Service and Staff Great cabaret-style entertainment Great Itinerary What's not to love? The cruise was Oceania quality all the way. Food, ... Read more
rln44
Member Since 2010
2 reviews
108 forum posts
2 helpful votes
Sailed October 2016
We chose this cruise because the Amazon river was on our bucket list and because of the cuisine aboard Oceania. We were a little bit hesitant because of initial reviews of Sirena suggested that the refit from Princess left something to ... Read more
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Mike2131
Member Since 2004
14 reviews
2,761 forum posts
3 helpful votes
This was our second Oceania cruise. We had really enjoyed the Regatta when we sailed on a 7-night Alaska cruise (RT out of Seattle) in July of 2014, liked the itinerary (Montreal to Miami), and even booked the same stern cabin (7121). We ... Read more
margot2346
Member Since 2016
1 review
1 helpful vote
Friends recommended oceania cruises because of the good food. The food was good, but compared to the other cruiselines where we booked balcony huts in Europe since 2010, this was by far the worst in size, also the bathroom was far too ... Read more
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richera1
Member Since 2008
5 reviews
4 forum posts
4 helpful votes
My husband and I are in our early 60's and just returned from our second Oceania Cruise in Europe. This was our sixth cruise having been on Royal Carib and Princess to destinations in the Caribbean. Oceania is a much more luxurious and ... Read more
Greif
Member Since 2014
1 review
7 forum posts
4 helpful votes
Sailed October 2016
Excuse my english, I am German. We chose this cruise especially because of starting in Lisboa. Some new ports (Cadiz, Marseille, Portofino) but also known ports - but who can tell, "I know this city". We explored Lisboa for ... Read more
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soberjohn
Member Since 2009
3 reviews
1 helpful vote
Sailed October 2016
This cruise reminded us of Azamara with whom we have often sailed. Boarding and disembarkation was smooth, efficient and fast. We had a very comfortable windowed cabin with plenty of storage. The shower and bathroom were small but ... Read more
brucenuclear
Member Since 2009
2 reviews
58 forum posts
6 helpful votes
We have been on over fifty cruises, and oceania has by far the best food. In the Terrace Cafe grilled lobster, jumbo shrimp, and lamb chops are served nightly. Dining is even available outdoors on the stern of the ship. Some other ... Read more
Rachand
Member Since 2015
2 reviews
3 forum posts
7 helpful votes
Sailed August 2016
Selected for its ports of call and the fact it was selling itself as a luxury cruise line. Well the ports didn't let us down but not over impressed by the ship. What can we say but it's boring! Thankfully we had a port stop every day so ... Read more
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Invicta1948
Member Since 2011
1 review
2 forum posts
6 helpful votes
As virgin ocean cruisers, but experienced river cruisers, we were not sure what to expect. We chose this particular cruise mainly because of the reputation of Oceania, the cruise had only one sea day, a relatively small number of ... Read more
ec6393
Member Since 2014
2 reviews
3 helpful votes
Sailed August 2016
We choose Oceania on the recommendation of some friends who had taken their cruise in Alaska. In looking at the itinerary I saw that on Nautica's August 28, 2016 itinerary, there were some ports we had not been to so that is why I choose ... Read more
GerryS
Member Since 2008
1 review
27 forum posts
10 helpful votes
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
ael123
Member Since 2005
3 reviews
63 forum posts
16 helpful votes
Sailed August 2016
It is important that everyone knows that the O'life promotion if you pick the free excursions they must be booked at least 14 days before sailing. Once on board you can not pick your excursions and will have to pay the full price of the ... Read more
southala1
Member Since 2016
1 review
9 helpful votes
We have always wanted to see Alaska and this was a great choice for us. We flew from Atlanta and chose to have all transfers and trips pre-planned which worked perfectly. We embarked at noon and had lunch at their wonderful buffet ... Read more
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Atlanta World Cruiser
Member Since 2012
3 reviews
90 forum posts
8 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
markam
Member Since 2016
1 review
3 forum posts
3 helpful votes
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
new forest
Member Since 2016
1 review
5 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
ka.gossett@gmail.com
Member Since 2016
1 review
4 helpful votes
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
maland
Member Since 2016
1 review
7 helpful votes
Chose this cruise for the interesting itinerary. We had been to Iceland and Faroes 3 years ago and enjoyed it so much we wanted to go back, also this cruise featured 2 stops in Greenland which we wanted to see. The last time we sailed on ... Read more
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