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Oceania Buenos Aires Cruise Reviews
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3.7
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41 reviews
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"Having cruised with Oceania before for a total of 63 days on two cruises, we knew what to expect. Small cabins (even the conceriage cabins have only 165 sq ft of living area) and a buffet that is overcrowded..."Read More
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Mary Jaqua

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

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An Unexpected Adventure on the High Seas. Never Got to Lima or Machu Picchu

Review for Marina to South America

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joggerbill1943

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

Wow! The Coronavirus caused us to have quite the unexpected journey. Fortunately no one on the ship was infected with the virus. We were sailing to Pisco, Peru on day 18 of our planned 20 day cruise when the captain announced Peru had closed all its ports to cruise ships. Responding to this, our ship reversed direction and started sailing south with plans to return to the port of San Antonio, ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Concierge Level

Traveled with disabled person

8 Helpful Votes


Great cruise - even with the impact of the Coronavirus

Review for Marina to South America

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kjones121

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

The biggest take-away from this cruise is to say that if you do take medications, take an extra seven days worth with you. We were lucky and did, which we have done on previous cruises. You never know what may happen. After you read the rest of this you'll understand. We chose this cruise for the itinerary. This was a Buenos Aires to Lima cruise around Cape Horn. We were also looking forward to ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite

23 Helpful Votes


South America 12/19 - 01/22 Fantastic!

Review for Marina to South America

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Rob the Cruiser

10+ Cruises

Age 50s

Short attention span version - Fabulous! The itinerary was Buenos Aires - Miami 34-day "Grand Voyage", AKA B2B. Captain - Luci Manzi General Manager - Dominique Nicolle Cruise Director - Peter Roberts First impression: Marina is in outstanding condition. DW and I didn't observe any unsatisfactory issues as some have described. Excellent dining in GDR, Wave Grill and ...
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Sail Date: December 2019

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Verandah Stateroom

7 Helpful Votes


How disappointing

Review for Marina to South America

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Vazco

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We have cruised on different cruise lines and are Princess platinum members. We are celebrating a special anniversary and based on the Oceania marketing decided to spend twice as much money as any other cruise line would charge to experience the “above and beyond” the Oceania offers. And in my mind the first thing would be exceptional service and attention from the cruise staff. So, here is ...
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Sail Date: December 2019

Departure Port: San Francisco

11 Helpful Votes


Stellar Cape Horn/Patagonia highlights on beautiful ship with fantastic service

Review for Marina to South America

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GYPSEA2010

First Time Cruiser

Age 60s

We chose this trip for a few reasons: 1) the itinerary - to sail around Cape Horn/southern ocean 2) Timing - wanted a trip over the holidays (this one was from Dec 19-Jan 4) 3) Friends had sailed on the Oceania Marina ship To the Baltic a couple of summers ago - and had raved about their experience SERVICE: Overall, the service was fantastic - ratio of Crew to Passengers is 1.56:1 - - ...
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Sail Date: December 2019

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite

23 Helpful Votes


Wonderful adventurous cruise

Review for Sirena to South America

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Bcath

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

The itinerary was spectacular from hot Buenos Aires to chilly Falkland Islands, around the Horn into icy Patagonia, then back into warmer climate into Peru. So, we did not use outdoor spaces much for about half the trip. Favorite stops were Punta Del Este, Falkland Islands (so many penguins), Amalia Glacier in Patagonia, Chilean Andes from Coquimo, Orsorno Glacier from Puerto Montt, Valparaiso, ...
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Sail Date: February 2019

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

4 Helpful Votes


Wonderful luxurious retirement cruise

Review for Sirena to South America

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AngieKP

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

We were looking for the cruise of a lifetime, in the best cabin. It was our first cruise with Oceania, but our 7th overall. There was a lovely mix of nationalities, mostly American and Canadians, then Brits like us, Aussies and others. English was the majority main language. We are in our 50s and found we were amongst the youngest onboard. The median age was around 70. Our fellow cruisers were ...
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Sail Date: February 2019

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Owner's Suite

5 Helpful Votes


EXTREMELY BORING CRUISE!!

Review for Sirena to South America

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TravelguruDanville

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We have been on many Oceania cruises and loved them all. We selected this 33 day cruise that started in Buenos Aires and ended in Miami, primarily because my husband wanted to experience the Amazon. The ship is almost exactly like the other three smaller Oceania ships and the staff were really attentive and friendly. I didn't feel that way with the Officers. When I completed my mid-cruise ...
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Sail Date: March 2018

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

12 Helpful Votes


Love the Library!

Review for Sirena to South America

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Kirochka

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

Our first cruises were on Riviera and Marina, both commencing in Barcelona. We chose this cruise to see Rio and escape the cold Canadian winter. Wasn't Sure whether the smaller Sirena would be as nice as Riviera or Marina, but I liked it even better. Beautiful European decor and all the same function rooms including a library to die for! The balcony stateroom was slightly smaller than Riviera ...
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Sail Date: March 2018

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

9 Helpful Votes


SIRENA delivers on food, fails on excursions

Review for Sirena to South America

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duxsailor

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We are seasoned luxury cruisers, based in Switzerland, and booked SIRENA because of the itiniary from Buenos Aires to Lima on the 11th of November 2017. Comparisions are with a view to other luxury ships, specifically to SEABOURN. The much advertised food on SIRENA is a fact in the dining room and speciality restaurants, somewhat less so on the buffet, but still good. The meals are well ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom

3 Helpful Votes


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