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Oceania Sirena Cruise Reviews for Luxury to the Southern Caribbean

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April sunset over the Atlantic Ocean.
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The Oceania Sirena docked in the Seville harbor at the time of the Feria celebration.
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Sunrise along the Quadalquivir River.
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The formal tea time every day at 4 pm, with white-gloved waiters, scones with jam and clotted cream, and the music of a classical quartet was a high light of the cruise.
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"Also on our last Oceania cruise we were also provided with maps of islands or cities this time absolutely nothing to that effect.We had an issue one night with bad service but the maître d' came to the rescue and made sure we had a good place the following times...."Read More
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This cruise was all about the itinerary

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Sirena

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Gail MG
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

This is a review of the two-segment, 26-day Continental Embrace cruise (Miami to Southampton) on Oceania Sirena--our first cruise after COVID and our second on Oceania. Although, like all cruise lines after COVID, Oceania is clearly trying to recover its pandemic losses by aggressive scrimping, this cruise was highly enjoyable. The staff was exceptional--professional, cordial, kind, and ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Excellent Cruise

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Sirena

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RubyDK
First Time Cruiser • Age 80s

This is my review of the Oceania cruise on the Sirena ship from Miami to the Canary Islands that lasted 2 weeks from 27 March to 10 April 2024. The food for all 3 meals plus afternoon tea, service, both cabin, reception and dining, and entertainment were excellent. In particular, the cruise director, Leslie Howard, was fantastic. The ship was in great shape; it was very well maintained. It ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


A cruise to be forgotten

Review for a World Cruise Cruise on Sirena

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MoMoman
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

We are long time Oceania customers (7 cruises) but had to cancel our last two cruises because of COVID and health issues. Therefore we were looking forward to our back to back cruises with a line that had always met or exceeded our expectations. Things got off on the wrong foot when the company changed their business style. They went to Simply More. Before we were given onboard credit to be ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Not what we expected

Review for a Caribbean - Western Cruise on Sirena

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Appropriate Bison
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

Oceania Sirena - Miami to Panama City - March 7-17 2024 This was my third cruise with Oceania. The first was the Eastern Mediterranean in 2009, the second was Northern Europe in 2012. I really enjoyed those two cruises; this one, not so much. Based on my experiences on this cruise, it's unlikely I will take a 4th cruise with Oceania. Let's start with the good. The food was excellent. I did ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Won't do it again

Review for a Panama Canal & Central America Cruise on Sirena

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Under70
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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 ...
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Sail Date: March 2024

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


Worst cruise ever!

Review for a Caribbean - Southern Cruise on Sirena

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Paulahale
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

This cruise left out of Miami and ended 10 hellish days later in Panama City. We started out with rough seas by the second day, not Oceanias fault, so we missed our first stop. We had already been notified that our Columbia stop had been canceled. The. Cruise line never offered any compensation for these two cancelations. Then around day four we noticed that their sanitation procedures were ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


We now avoid Oceania. That says it all.

Review for a Panama Canal & Central America Cruise on Sirena

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docntx
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Oceania seems to clumsily never fail to disappoint. We had an overall previous quite disatisfactory experience with Oceania, but we thought we would give them another chance. We try to be easy, low maintenance, and Oceania ends up being an overpriced, pretentious cruise line that actually seems to not know how to allow their extraordinary crew members to have an opportunity to shine. Perhaps ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


South Caribbean on Sirena

Review for a Caribbean - Southern Cruise on Sirena

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Richk429
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

We chose this cruise to avoid winter snow up north. We have visited the Caribbean many times so the excursions and sightseeing were less important than getting away and relaxing. I gained six pounds from eating the food which was excellent. We ate almost all of our meals at the Terrace Grill which offered lobster tails, fish, lamb chops, shrimp, steaks at lunch and dinner. They had carving ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite


Oceania Sewage in room

Review for a Caribbean - Southern Cruise on Sirena

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kes62
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

Normally, Oceania is our go to cruise line with smaller less crowded ships and fabulous cuisine. 2/3rds into this cruise we woke to raw sewage spewing up through the shower drain and spilling into the room. At first, they claimed they would have us back in the room after cleanup, which of course was ludicrous given sewage on and under the carpet. Oceania had offered a measly amount discount for a ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


We Only Cruise on Oceania

Review for a Caribbean - Southern Cruise on Sirena

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ronmil
6-10 Cruises • Age 80s

The best service and dining possible. Everyone helpful and cordial. Everything organized perfectly. If you want a nice mature group of passengers that are well traveled, respectful of one another, are friendly and courteous, this is the place to be. If you want roller coasters, rock climbing and blearing rock music all day, maybe not. All restaurants are wonderful. The open air seating ...
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Sail Date: February 2024

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


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