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Riviera Review

A wonderful transatlantic crossing

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Riviera
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Mike in AR
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Mar 2018
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

Several months ago, my wife and I decided to do a transatlantic crossing. Having cruised with Oceania before, we decided to book the crossing on the Riviera. Our preference is typically small to medium size ships. The Riviera (as well as the Marina) are a little larger than we typically would book but for the crossing it was perfect.

The booking experience as easy and convenient. Specialty restaurant reservations were easy to make on Oceania's website. Cruise documents arrived 30 days before the cruise.

Checking in on embarkation day was very easy. We arrived at the Miami port at noon and were on board by 12:20 pm. Our cabin (PH 11049) was ready at exactly 1:00 pm. By 2:00 pm, we were completely unpacked and ready for our journey. Oceania made it very easy for us!

Cabin Review

Penthouse Suite

Cabin PH1

Well appointed, plenty of space and always clean. Starting to show some wear on the carpet, a few cabinet scratches.

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Palma de Mallorca (Majorca)

We have been to Barcelona before. We enjoyed visiting the Sagrada Familia, Ramblas and Gothic area. Wonderful tapas.

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