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Not so Bad - not so good

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on MSC Divina

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copper6606
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

This was our second Transatlantic Cruise [ last year we traveled with Celebrity]. We were very excited about this particular Itinerary and decided to go on our first MSC Cruise. Embarkation as well as disembarkation were super fast. Staff was always friendly. The ship was lovely , there where a few areas where the furniture is getting a little worn/ tired looking but as far as upkeep ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


Uniformly met or exceeded our expectations.

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seabourn Ovation

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SDuckers
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

This was our 5th Seabourn cruise, but our first crossing and our first on the Ovation. Other than a few "nits" here and there, everything about this cruise met or exceeded our expectations. Food was generally good to excellent. Service was almost uniformly excellent. Speakers and entertainers were very good. We were in Suite 700, and while we were warned about noise from the anchor deploying ...
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Sail Date: April 2024

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Never again!

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Marina

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Dizzysarge
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

This was our first cruise with Oceania and we were anxiously anticipating 2 weeks of fine dining, great excursions and entertainment. What we received was mediocre dining, disappointing entertainment and disorganized excursions. The overall decor of ship was dark, dated and gaudy. Service was poor, it took 10-20 minutes to receive a cocktail each evening. The stateroom furniture was nicked ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


Oceania's is Great Service and Wonderful food

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Marina

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Hadja
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Our first transatlantic cruise! There were only 2 nights mid Atlantic where we needed sea sick pills because of 40 foot swells. We were unable to stop at Bermuda because of a storm, so we were 6 days at sea. It went to fast. Between working out, massages, great lectures, and of course the awesome food, we were very busy. Our cabin was beautiful and spacious. The service on the ship is top ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


NOT SO SPLENDID ON THE SPLENDOR!

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Seven Seas Splendor

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Boca Mike
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

The ship, overall service, shore excursions, entertainment were fantastic! However, the food was a disappointment especially in the compass rose dining room; cold food, poor service , over-cooked food, poor attitude of staff just a few of the complaints. I don't think the ship really offers 5 star dining! For the cost of the cruise, as well as our continuation on the next leg, the food should ...
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Sail Date: March 2024

Traveled with children


A millennials love/hate relationship with Oceania.

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Oceania Vista

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The Boys of Boca
First Time Cruiser • Age 40s

Let me give you all some background so you understand the perspective we are coming from. My husband I are both millennials and have almost exclusively sailed on the so-called “ultra-luxury” lines, i.e. Regent, Silversea, Crystal and Seabourn as we prefer the small ship experience. Since childhood, my husband had always wanted to take a transatlantic cruise. Thanks to the fact that ships are ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Where #1 is the almighty dollar.

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Oceania Vista

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Robert Reitano
2-5 Cruises • Age 80s

The entertainment was excellent. The cabin was excellent. The food was very good if under salted and under-spiced. The excursions were almost all excellent. So why two stars? Well we did not visit nine of the nineteen ports advertised. Some because of weather and others because of technical problems on the vessel. And some of the skipped ports were the reason we’d booked the cruise. ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Good cruise all in all

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Oceania Vista

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Linda wadle
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

Nice cruise! Lost two ports due to bad weather. Royal Navy Shipyard and The Azores. First time on Vista. Cabins are not sound proof! We could hear our neighbors loud and clear! Horizons has changed no coffee machines and no food! Also coffee machines continued to be out of order in the concierge lounge! Loved the new Embers restaurant. Staff was excellent! Cabin was very nice had a concierge ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Oceania Cruises, A Truly Wonderful Way to Travel!

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Oceania Vista

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Critic1955
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

Just finished my first trans-Atlantic cruise on Oceania's new Vista. What a special experience. I have loved cruising on other Oceania vessels (Marina, Riviera, Nautica) over the years and was really looking forward to being on the new Vista and it did not disappoint. The ship is lovely, the service, food, and quality outstanding. The staff is very professional, friendly, and service oriented. ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Really enjoyable transatlantic on this new ship

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Oceania Vista

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Harters
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

This was our third Oceania cruise and the first on Vista (previous ones on Marina and Nautica). It was also our first transatlantic and we were really looking forward to all those sea days – we knew it would be a much more relaxing holiday than O’s usual port intensive cruises. We’d flown from our local airport to London, on the Sunday, staying overnight at Heathrow, then on to Miami the next ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


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