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24 Night Around the World Cruise from Miami

24 Night Around the World Cruise from Miami

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Miami
  • Day 2
    Nassau
  • Day 3
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 4
    St. George
  • Day 5
    St. George
  • Day 6
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 7
    Charleston
  • Day 8
    Charleston
  • Day 9
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 10
    Great Stirrup Cay
  • Day 11
    Miami
  • Day 12
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 13
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 14
    St. George
  • Day 15
    St. George
  • Day 16
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 17
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 18
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 19
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 20
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 21
    Madeira (Funchal)
  • Day 22
    Atlantic Ocean (Cruising)
  • Day 23
    Seville
  • Day 24
    Mediterranean Sea (Cruising)
  • Day 25
    Barcelona

Sirena

Sirena - Oceania Cruises

Pros

Cozy, small ship with excellent cuisine

Cons

Standard cabins are small; weak enrichment program

Bottom Line

Port-intensive itineraries in an upmarket setting


Cruise Reviews

I had sailed with Oceania before it was taken over by Norwegian Cruise Lines. This was our first cruise since then. Dining room service so horrible. I complained in writing and was approached by an Assistant Captain while we were dining ... Read More
I had sailed with Oceania before it was taken over by Norwegian Cruise Lines. This was our first cruise since then. Dining room service so horrible. I complained in writing and was approached by an Assistant Captain while we were dining with friends in the evening. He wanted to talk about my dining room complaint. When i suggested we do that at another time, he said he wanted to do it now (in front of my friends while we were dining.). I was so appalled I told him that I didn’t want to discuss it now and would he please leave. Spa had no attendant; locks on lockers were broken and didn’t work; no sign that the hot tub was co-ed and was under the Horizons Club where people could see you. Luckily I realized that before completely removing my robe. Engine trouble, electrical trouble, elevators not working; concierge service does not mean you have a Butler. The room attendant does practically nothing besides cleaning the room. The usual bathroom shampoos are one at a time. Attendants not allowed give you more. Shower is so small that it’s hard to turn around. I am tiny 5” 112 lbs. i had trouble. I can’t imagine a slightly heavier person or a really large person. Entertainment: Magician 3 nights, Ukulele player 3 nights. Very average. Singer/Dancers poor. Lectures: horrible Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
Caribbean Flair - Oceana Sirena 13th - 25th January 2020 Having enjoyed previous Oceana Cruises to the Pacific islands we unfortunately booked the Sirena on the ill fated Caribbean Flair cruise on 13th January. On our ... Read More
Caribbean Flair - Oceana Sirena 13th - 25th January 2020 Having enjoyed previous Oceana Cruises to the Pacific islands we unfortunately booked the Sirena on the ill fated Caribbean Flair cruise on 13th January. On our second day at breakfast we heard a loud bang and the ship stopped. After 30 minutes dead in the water the ship was restarted and we very slowly sailed on. At midday the Captain announced the we had suffered an electrical fault and propulsion problems. As we continued to limp along the captain later announced that we would be unable to visit Aruba and suggested this was due to “currents and winds” so, we had the first three days at sea and we missed Aruba altogether. We arrived in Grenada four hours late, most of the excursions were cancelled, however, our Sunnyside Gardens tour went ahead but was concluded in the dark! On board, the enrichment lectures were anything but …. poor content read from a laptop and badly presented. The quality of food and service was not to the level previously experienced. Menu's became paper photocopies due to members of staff being quarantined with an outbreak of a virus - not confidence enhancing! The on board WIFI was weak and inconsistent preventing completion of the on board survey - sparing your blushes. On our return to Miami the ship continued to limp along and despite the calm ‘mill pond’ water and minimal breeze the captain announced that we would be three hours late into Miami (this turned out to be five hours late). The excuse offered was ‘currents and winds’ ….. had they made a 180 degree turn around? and were we not sailing with the Gulf Stream? It was very clear to everyone on board that the ship was still encountering difficulties, this was confirmed when we arrive in Miami to find that five other much larger ships had all docked on time despite the mythical Sirena currents and winds. Our Miami excursion was cancelled but fortunately we had an evening flight to London, I felt so sorry for passengers who had to franticly try and rearrange their flights home. We’re disappointed that we missed out on visiting Aruba, had cancelled and restricted excursions, the quality of food, service and experiences were poor by comparison to previous cruises, however, contradictory information and the lack of honest communication does not engender sympathy. No apology on board and no apology since our return is inexcusable, demonstrating a need for improved crisis management and corporate governance. Could you please respond with a belated apology and an appropriate level of compensation to redeem your somewhat damaged reputation. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
My husband and I are frequent travelers who have enjoyed many experiences on cruise ships. In fact, our most recent cruise was when we cruised the Mediterranean on the Insignia. It was a wonderful experience. So we were quite excited as ... Read More
My husband and I are frequent travelers who have enjoyed many experiences on cruise ships. In fact, our most recent cruise was when we cruised the Mediterranean on the Insignia. It was a wonderful experience. So we were quite excited as we embarked upon our January 2020, 12 day Caribbean adventure on the Sirena. Unfortunately, the trip failed to meet our expectations. Notwithstanding that we had booked this trip months ago, we were notified just weeks before embarking, that we would not be able to visit Antigua, (one of our highlights of this trip)and, instead Dominica was substituted. In view of it’s struggle to recover from hurricane Maria, we found Dominica to be a far less desirable destination. Shortly into the trip, our boat went dead in the water. The captain announced that the ship was having mechanical difficulties. Although he announced later that the problems had been resolved, it seemed, that, following this incident, the trip never really got back on track. To begin with, we were advised by the captain that our stop in Aruba (for us, another highlight of this trip) was canceled. Next, we arrived four hours late into Granada, and all scheduled excursions were canceled. And finally, as we headed back to Miami for the completion of our trip, we were again advised by the captain that we would be arriving another four hours late. In actuality, we arrived more than five hours late and our 8am disembarkation was delayed until 1pm, creating numerous logistical challenges for all passengers. Although the captain attributed the various delays and disruptions outlined above, to quote “headwinds and currents”, the winds and waters seemed calm and did not appear to affect the other Caribbean cruise lines, which completed a similar journey on schedule. Many speculated that the engine problem, experienced early in the cruise, was never fully resolved was the cause of the subsequent delays. In addition to the delays and missed ports, the service provided during the cruise was well below Oceania’s high standards. Early in the cruise we were informed that many crew members had contracted the flu. Accordingly, we were cautioned to frequently wash our hands and use disinfectant. Housekeeping left spray disinfectants in our room. As a result of this outbreak, staffing was limited and service suffered. For example, service delays resulted in unduly lengthy (2 1/2 to 3 hour) dining experiences that prevented guests from timely arriving at scheduled events. Although the healthy crew members, worked diligently to overcome the staffing shortfall, it certainly had an adverse impact on the quality of the trip. With respect to accommodations, we found our room on the concierge level to be clean and with adequate storage space. The room service provided by our attendant, Anna, was excellent. However, we found the bathroom space wholly inadequate and the tiny shower stall exceedingly uncomfortable. Further, the internet service was spotty and inadequate. Like, most of the guests, we were traveling as a couple. Yet, internet access was limited to only one person/device at a time. In order to get online, you had kick your partner off. Very frustrating. Definitely, Oceania can do better. In sum we found the trip to be disappointing and, as previously stated not up to Oceania’s usual high standards of quality. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
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