Had been with Oceania in 2011 and thoroughly enjoyed it. That cruise was a comfortable, fairly sophisticated experience, and was always was keen to repeat the experience.
The company brochure is now really misleading. It shows elegant well dressed people, where in actual fact on this trip the majority of people were dressed in baseball caps, T shirts and dad trainers. We are in out late 60's and were very much at younger end of the guest age range.
There are good dining rooms and a very good choice of menus but most seemed to eat in the café.
Cabin was well used and resembled an airport hotel room where there is a different guest every night. Lots of minor chips and dents on the veneer on the furniture. There was damage to the forward wall. The balcony door frame was loose and was wedged to stop it rattling. The door leaked and air whistled through. The door between the balcony and the balcony aft of ours was missing door stoppers and continually rattled. The daily news letter delivered to the cabin proved invaluable in lessening the noise after being folded up and jammed into crevices