Sirena Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Won't do it again

Review for the Panama Canal & Central America Cruise on Sirena
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2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2024
Cabin: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

The cruise staff was very very nice. That's the only positive thing. The cruise was attended by emptying 3 or 4 retirement old folk home. Maybe, 10 people under 70 and there were many people were on walkers and wheelchairs. In addition, the very few activities were canceled when a gastro infection was taking people down. No daily lively entertainment. This cruise is for recovering from a illness and need lots of rest and quiet. It was never announce that COVID was also an issue. They told the person without COVID was told to remain the remaining 6 days in the cabin with the person who had COVID because they didn't have another room instead of moving COVID patient to the infirmary. There was absolutely NOTHING to do or any entertainment. Also the Drink package was rip off because the two places that alcohol was available was only open a limited part of the day and you had to purchase drinks in the lounges where there was a least music the other part of the day. Food was only available at given time of the day and it was obvious the food was recycled to make another dish the next day. Our land excursion was canceled without a refund. Overall, I am greatly disappointed with the overall experience. It was boring and dull, more than half the trip stuck at sea with nothing to do. As much as I wanted to see the Panama Canal, the cruise was a GIANT BUST. Horrible, dull, boring waste of time sailing on this geriatric cruise! I liked that it was small ship but it was pass being boring.

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Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

Levi did an excellent job.

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