Oceania Cruises: Sirena
Based upon 14 reviews.
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Lisbon to Rome
Pros: Service was excellent. The staff was exceptional. Very clean ship.
Cons: Better entertainment. More specialty dining. There was only two.
France, Italy and Spain
Pros: The ship, the wait staff and cabin staff, the passengers
Italy and Greece
Venice, Dubrovnik, Mykonos,Santorini, Corfu, Taormina, Sorrento, Rome
Pros: Really liked smaller ship size. The Terrace Buffet was excellent. Ate majority of meals there. Staterooms were excellent. Enjoyed the excellent staff service.
Cons: The Grand Dining Room was less than anticipated. Disappointed with menu choices and quality. Service was extremely slow. Only ate there twice.
Italy & Greece Trip
Italy & Greece
Pros: Excellent Staff Food & Restaurants Entertainment Pool
Miami to Los Angeles through the Panama Canal
Pros: A wonderful trip, boat was first class along with the crew!
Cons: A scramble for deck chairs in the morning.
Pros: Small ship
Cons: Small ship
Spain, Portugal, Atlantic crossing, Bermuda and the Bahamas
Pros: The food was the best we have ever experienced on a cruise.
Cons: Stateroom movies and shows were not very good.
Australia and New Zealand
Pros: Itinerary, dining, service overall, afternoon tea, ports, very comfortable bed
Cons: Small cabins and baths, rough seas in Australia and New Zealand, slow internet, disembarking at tendered ports, large group onboard seemed to consume services
Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Guatemala
Our Honeymoon Cruise
South America and Jan ATW2017
Pros: Beautiful smallish ship, excellent service and comfortable accommodation!
Cons: The food was too good, specially the desserts!
Oceania Sirena...excellant cruise
Pros: size of ship.....ports visited....staff......food
Cons: wish I could find some....sorry
August 7 to 29, 2016 Sirena Cruise
France, Spain, Portugal and Italy
Pros: Excellent service, outstanding delicious food.
Portugal, Spain, and France
Pros: As always, the food was superb, and the dining servers were well informed, experienced, and gave excellent serivce. The side excursions organized by Nikki were superb. Great tour guides who spoke excellent English and allowed us to add on or omit wasn't right for us.
Cons: Our butler was far inferior to the previous butlers we had on Oceania. He gave ok service, and always tried to bring things when asked, but previous butlers always anticipated our needs. For instance, if we forgot to fill out our hors douvres menu, they brought something anyway. We always ate dinner after 7:30 pm, but the steward knocked on our door almost every night at 7:00 to ask us when we planned to have dinner (even when we had reservations clearly marked for 7:30). We had to get out of the shower or put on a robe just to answer the dinner time question. On one day, I asked the butler to come get two items I needed pressed, and he said he would be right there, but never showed up. I ended up finding the iron in the laundry room, and did it myself. I accidentally locked myself out onto the balcony. (the door blew shut and automatically locked. I talked to two other people who had the same experience. Our friends needed to dial 911 because one of them had low sugar due to and insulin reaction. and NO ONE EVER ANSWERED THE PHONE OR CAME TO HELP.
The new Sirena travels the Mediterranean
Alaska in 2015
Pros: Great food, efficient butler and maid, variety of excursions, talented quartet, friendly dining facilities, outstanding library for quiet reading, well-stocked fridge, recognition by officials this was our 4th Oceania cruise.
Cons: Most Oceania regulars said Sirena was not quite ready for use when we boarded. In second week, wooden railings were still being painted. The wine list in all restaurants was same as last year on Regatta; no effort made to update it. Also, was a definite lack of quality wines, especially chardonnays.