Riviera Review

lovely ship, but operations are disorganized

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Vernon22
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jan 2024
Cabin: Verandah Stateroom

The ship altered the itinerary by an hour or 2 at each port (shorter), and that sent the shore excursion department into convulsions . There were line ups of 15 to 25 people constantly as the Shore excursion desk.

We enjoyed the lovely ship and our veranda B2 cabin was the nicest we have ever had at sea, (after 15 cruises.)

The food in the Terrace cafe was outstanding. We had a good meal at Red Ginger, and rather bland , disappointing food at the other specialty restaurant. We had higher expectation for speciality dining, since Oceania claims to have the finest cuisine at sea. We were not impressed by speciality dinning and would skip Jacques for sure next time. Pinnacle Grill on HAL and Aquilina on Azamara were MUCH better. Oceania has horrible cookies that tasted iike cardboard.

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Verandah Stateroom

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