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Oceania Cruise Reviews for Luxury Cruises from Southampton

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1-10 of 6 Oceania Cruise Reviews for Luxury Cruises from Southampton

How far they have deteriorated

Review for Riviera to Europe - British Isles & Western

jkarp1 avatar


6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

This was our second cruise on the Riviera. The food quality and service quality have fallen significantly over the past year. We went on our first Oceania cruise in 2014 on the sister ship, Marina, for a Baltic cruise. We could not believe how wonderful and attentive the staff was. The shore excursions were great and fairly priced. The food and drink service was outstanding. Last year we ...
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Sail Date: August 2019

Cabin Type: Verandah Stateroom

Just ok.

Review for Riviera to Baltic Sea

cinephil17 avatar


2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

This was our second Oceania cruise. We took one about three years ago on the Marina in the Mediterranean. While we enjoyed Oceania the first time, we were disappointed this time. One of the main things that was bothersome was the terrible internet service onboard. We experienced this last cruise, but thought that with time, they might improve it. Alas, they did not. Think of old school dial ...
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Sail Date: August 2019

Cabin Type: Verandah Stateroom

Overrated Cruise

Review for Marina to World Cruise

arkie20 avatar


10+ Cruises

Age 60s

I chose this cruise for the itinerary. Cruising the North Sea was wonderful and those countries are wonderful. It was a busy cruise with only one sea day. The food which the Cruise Line constantly talks about was good but still cruise food. The ship was nice, newer, and well maintained. The cruise was boring. There was really nothing to do during off times. Drinks were ridiculously expensive. ...
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Sail Date: August 2017

Cabin Type: Concierge Level

High Hopes, Low Reality

Review for Marina to Europe - British Isles & Western

Larriott avatar


6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

We have been to London many times, but have not been around the British Isles very much. We read the reviews and looked at the brochures and felt we would have great time. The first issue was the WiFi, speed less than 1Mbps and often down, despite the recent "upgrades" A lot of people on the ship complained, but all we were give was excuses. The food was very good and decor nicely decorated. ...
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Sail Date: August 2017

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite

How Solvable Inconveniences Spoil a Vacation

Review for Nautica to Europe - British Isles & Western

Inventor avatar


6-10 Cruises

As the saying goes, how many chances do you have to make a first impression? We have traveled on several cruise lines including Disney, Princess and some smaller ones. Oceania was the most non-caring in their treatment of the entire cruise experience. The one I enjoyed the least. Boarding was a bad start: 45 minute wait standing in a "snake line" to register. This, after an all night ...
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Sail Date: September 2016

Cabin Type: Ocean View

Oceania Sinking

Review for Nautica to Europe - British Isles & Western

arriba avatar


10+ Cruises

Age 80s

After many cruises with Oceania, this cruise was a large disappointment. To summarize: This cruise being 20 days with 8 days at sea plus another day with port arrival at 4 pm, we were assured by Oceania there would be a bridge director on board, with instruction and duplicate play. It turned out they did not deliver on a firm promise. There were 30 to 40 irate bridge players on the ship the first ...
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Sail Date: July 2014

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