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Barbados to the Caribbean Cruise Reviews
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Oceana - Southern Caribbean
"OCEANA - (23 December 2005  6 January 2006). Not having sailed with P & O Cruises over the Christmas and New Year Period before, I chose P&O`s ship the `Oceana`, for my `holiday` cruise in 2005. Oceana was..."Read More
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Up market! Sadly disappointed.

Review for Oceana to Caribbean - Western

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exxerox

First Time Cruiser

Age 70s

P&0 Oceana, Caribbean, 5/2/10. When we booked,(3 couples) we thought we were booking an upmarket cruise, having cruised with Royal Caribbean, Princess, Carnival, and MSC. Sadly we were wrong, compared with the Sea Princess it was a down market ship. At first glance it seemed ok but after a while you would start to notice the general upkeep of the ship was not up to the standards of other cruise ...
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Sail Date: February 2010

Departure Port: Skagway


Oceana - Southern Caribbean

Review for Oceana to Caribbean - Southern

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jwfhunts

First Time Cruiser

OCEANA - (23 December 2005  6 January 2006). Not having sailed with P & O Cruises over the Christmas and New Year Period before, I chose P&O`s ship the `Oceana`, for my `holiday` cruise in 2005. Oceana was built in 2000, of 77,000 tons; she has a maximum operating capacity of 2272 passengers and 870 crew. The ship has 12 passenger decks, 2 swimming pools (fresh water) a couple of splash pools ...
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Sail Date: December 2005

Departure Port: Skagway

3 Helpful Votes


Oceana - Southern Caribbean

Review for Oceana to Caribbean - Southern

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jwfhunts

First Time Cruiser

OCEANA - (23 December 2005  6 January 2006). Not having sailed with P & O Cruises over the Christmas and New Year Period before, I chose P&O`s ship the `Oceana`, for my `holiday` cruise in 2005. Oceana was built in 2000, of 77,000 tons; she has a maximum operating capacity of 2272 passengers and 870 crew. The ship has 12 passenger decks, 2 swimming pools (fresh water) a couple of splash pools ...
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Sail Date: December 2005

Departure Port: Skagway

3 Helpful Votes


Oceana - Southern Caribbean

Review for Oceana to Caribbean - Southern

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julesgrib

First Time Cruiser

Age 60s

We arrived in Barbados to a quick and speedy departure from the airport and straight to the ship. Didn't have to go through customs or anything, straight onto the bus and straight to the ship, this was a bonus and not what we had been used to. Quite a queue when we got to the ship but to be expected as we had all just got off the plane. For first time cruisers it was spectacular going through ...
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Sail Date: November 2004

Departure Port: Skagway

Traveled with children

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Oceana - Eastern Caribbean

Review for Oceana to Caribbean - Eastern

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annieuk

First Time Cruiser

Age 2020s

This was our first time on Oceana although we have been on Adonia when she was with P&O so we knew what to expect. Flight: The one aspect of the trip that most people hate. We travelled with Monarch and upgraded to Premium seating - worth it for extra luggage allowance and a little extra room. Flights both ways on time, going out good flight. Arrived at Barbados, straight down steps and onto ...
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Sail Date: February 2007

Departure Port: Skagway

Cabin Type: Mini Suite with Balcony and Bath/Shower

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