Sirena Review

4.5 / 5.0
287 reviews

Very good, not great

Review for Cuba Cruise on Sirena
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jan 2019
Cabin: Veranda Stateroom

Nice ship. Love the size. Nothing to do during the day. The food was very good. Limited selection for breakfast and lunch, but what there was - was very tasty. Balcony room is very small...Bathroom is terrible, but will be redone in the near future. TV was the size of my computer screen, but also will be replaced in dry dock. Asked to be seated at a shared table and twice was sent to a table for four, and did not share. Enjoyed meeting people; do not like getting our request for a table for four or six not honored in the main dinning room. Red Ginger was okay. Cuba was interesting, but not yet ready for Americans. They even state this in their literature. The pool is very small. Four or five people and it is crowded. A bit hard to get into and especially out of the pool. No easy steps to get out... Very few shops. They need to offer more drug store style items. Almost no way to spend our money on this ship. The drinks were very expensive ($13.00 per glass+ tip). Embarkation and disembarkation was very easy. Delayed about 30 minutes because of a rainstorm, but then went very fast. We were lucky in that the weather was wonderful the entire week.

Cabin Review

Veranda Stateroom

Cabin B2

Very small. Needs to be redone. Bathroom was terrible.

Port Reviews

Santiago de Cuba

Heard some stories that some cruise members were approched. No one was harmed. The send off leaving Santiago was not to be missed. Saw all that from the our balcony. Music and waves from the lovely Cuban people.


Very good. Tour guide spoke perfect English. Saw a lot in 3 hours.


Not too much to see here.. Not really worth the cost.

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