Sirena Cruise Review by rln44
- Sail Date: October 2016
- Destination: South America
- Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom
Food aboard was possibly even better than we had previously experienced with Oceania. Our favorite was Red Ginger where the calamari, sea bass, and lobster pad thai were great. We enjoyed our 4 visits to both Red Ginger and the Tuscan steak house.
As has been pointed out by previous reviewers the cabins and bathrooms are smaller than usual. This is typical of R ships and if this is a problem you should probably stick with the Marina or Riviera. Television channels are limiited (as with most ships). The one complaint I had in regard to this was the only sports channel was skysports (british). If your favorite sports are cricket and soccer you will be happy. There was no coverage of U.S. sports, despite the vast majority of passengers being from the U.S. Hello Oceania-ESPN?
Entertainment aboard was typical of smaller upscale ships-no extravagant productions, singers, comedians, etc.
The library was a highlight of the ship-very beautiful (in old english manor style) and had a terrific selection of recent best sellers.
We had no children aboard ( a 28 day cruise during the school year so no surprise there)
Average age was probably about 70.
Embarkation and disembarkation were both seamless and took about 5 minutes.
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