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Venice to the Mediterranean Oceania Sirena Cruise Reviews

4.5 / 5.0
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230 reviews
8 Awards
Red Ginger Restaurant 3-11-20
Picture of cabin 6004 looking from window to entry.
Pool deck. Small, but nice. A miniature version of Marina.
Sirena, port side. Cabin 6004 is the circular porthole second from the fron
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1-10 of 5 Venice to the Mediterranean Oceania Sirena Cruise Reviews


Oceania Cruise was relaxing and met expectations.

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mk960072
6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

We chose this cruise due to the itinerary since it focused heavily on Italy’s west and east coast. We had cruised Oceania three years ago seeing the Mediterranean. The Sirena was still fresh and beautiful from her refit in May. Love the new decor in the staterooms. We had a concierge balcony which was a guarantee. Oceania was oversold on this cruise and offered us an upgrade to a penthouse ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


Cost control may be this line's priority.

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swottawa
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We have sailed with the line before and the overall experience is on a downward slope. We sailed from Vienna to Lisbon, departing in late May. The ship had come out of dry dock a couple of weeks earlier, which may account for some of the issues. It is a smaller ship, and the cabins were fully occupied. On the plus side the crew were without fail helpful, friendly and when you could get their ...
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Sail Date: May 2019


So many issues, where do I begin!!!!!!!

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Nancydee18
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

My room was in bad need of repairs, which should have been done, before I stepped aboard. I had to spend the first 3 days, asking for repairs. This was a concierge room. The lunch was only open until 2pm, and if you left to go ashore , you returned to only a grill by the pool. Food should be supplied to everyone especially lunch on a fancy cruise. the ice cream closed at 4pm for the day. ...
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Sail Date: May 2019

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


Recently refurbished ship, loved the ports, cuisine quality was inconsistent

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JanfromAtlanta
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Ports: We chose this cruise mainly for the ports... and they were beautiful. For Santorini, 5 ships were there, was really crowded, and long wait to come back down on the cable car. Otherwise, we had great weather and enjoyed the cruise. Ship: Just remodeled in Marseilles France May 2019 so looked great. The decor has all been upgraded, all new cabins, and mostly new public spaces. The ship ...
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Sail Date: May 2019

Cabin Type: Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom


11 Days Between Venice and Barcelona

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Jan.and.John
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

We chose this cruise - our 4th on Oceania ships - for the September timing and the itinerary. We explored Venice for a few days prior to embarkation (is there a better port for a sailaway?) and were delighted to combine old favorites (Sorrento, Civitavecchia, Monaco and Barcelona) with new-to-us ports like Kotor, Montenegro, Corfu and Taormina. This was our second cruise on Sirena, and the ...
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Sail Date: September 2017


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