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Baltic Cruise on the Marina
Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Warnemünde
Pros: Great size ship. Food was excellent and the staff was outstanding. Best cruise ship that we have been on.
Thoroughly Enjoyable Cruise
Pros: All crew were personable and professional. The ship was clean and well maintained. Everything ran smoothly and timely. The entertainment was enjoyable. The food service, presentation and taste were amazing.
Cons: No problems or concerns.
Cruising the Baltic
Pros: Smaller ship, great crew, great food, specialty dining included (don’t skip Red Ginger!)
Cons: Other than room service, no food available at cocktail hour
Bucket list cruise
Kristiansand Oslo Copenhagen Warnemunde Visby Helsinki St. Petersburg Estonia Stockholm
Pros: Wonderful amenities, just the right size ship.
Cons: Internet was poor
TransAtlantic: New York to London
Pros: Service and Food
Canada, Ireland , France, UK
Pros: Food, Service, Itinerary
South Pacific (French Polynesia)
Pros: Service, food, quality of ship
Cons: Lack of music at pool, overpriced excursions
Trip to Israel
Rome, Cyprus, Haifa, Athens
Pros: Cleanest ship ever been on, Delicious food, wonderful room staff, great pool and hot tubs.
Cons: No 24/7 restaurants open
Iberian Quest = Iberian Dream
Lisbon, Spain, French Riviera, Monaco.
Pros: 1200 passenger capacity is perfect for access to crew, amenities, and shipboard resources like laundry and concierge services. This was a hard working crew, and we had enjoyable interaction, response, and food.
Cons: No nit-picking here, but I would suggest some method of alerting passengers to key late night-time sites that couldn't be seen during the day while cruising between ports (eg., sailing through Strait of Gibraltar in evening with Arabic script lighting, city and harbor lighting of Monte Carlo-gorgeous).
Baltic Bliss, London to Stockholm
London,Oslo, Copenhagen, Visby, Tallin, St. Petersburg, Helsinki and Stockholm
Pros: Dinning, mid sized ship and friendly crew
Cons: Weather with rain and wind are possible
Norway, Denmark, Germany, (Visby) Sweden, Finland, St Petersburg (2 day), Estonia & (Stockholm) Sweden
Pros: Fabulous Food; Specialty Dining Included; Staff Great; Not Crowded
Cons: Cost is higher but in my opinion worth it
Marina is the best!
Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia
Pros: Perfect sized, great ports of call, excellent food
Cons: Not too many
Mediterranean Wine Cruise
Barcelona, Marseille, Monaco, Florence, Rome, Sorrento, Dubrovnik, Slovenia, Venice
Pros: Perfectly Organized and Executed
Baltic and North Seas - Copenhagen, Helsinki, St Petersburg, Tallinn, Stockholm, Warnemunde (Berlin), Skagen (Denmark), Oslo, Amsterdam
Pros: food, service, library, ports
Cons: zealous housekeeping staff
June 2 2017 Southampton to Copenhagen - Marina
north sea: honfleur; bruges; antwerp, amsterdam,kristiansand;oslo;Gothenberg,copenhagen
Pros: Overall a good cruise; Hardworking staff; decent food and entertainment. Excellent cooking class on cooking fish. Dining staff was very accommodating always.
Cons: no money changing service on board; slow internet;only one person at a time can be on internet from each cabin; dropped internet; charge for laundry use; not well organized for excursion launches
Family Trip to Spain
Pros: Our trip joined siblings from three states for a fabulous 8 day sailing. Our agents were able to put us all on the same deck and dining rooms reservations from two different offices.
Cons: Loved every stop on the trip except Casablanca. None of use as well as several other guests wanted to visit this city after viewing it from the bus ride from Oceania to the place we were to be let off. It was so unappealing that we stayed on the bus and returned to the ship.
Helsinki, St. Petersburg, tallen,klaipeda,gdansk,berlin,copenhagen,oslo,amsterdam
Pros: All the employees on the ship extremely helpful. Food was good.
Cons: Staterooms and bathroom shower really small.
Lap of luxury
Copenhagen, Denmark; Rostock , (formerly East) Germany; Riga, Latvia; Talinn, Estonia; Lithuania; St. Persburg, Russia; Helsinki. Finland; Stockholm, Sweden
Pros: Great food, terrific staterooms, tip top service from all the staff from toot bottom. interesting tours and destinations, good nighttime entertainment, good pool deck
Cons: none that I can think of
Baltic Sea Cruise
Copenhagen, Lithuania, Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Stockholm
Pros: Excellent service and efficient staff
Cons: change in confirmation times for shore excursions
Shaking off a little Rust
Lisbon, Porto, Ferrol, Bilbao, Bordeaux, Brest, St. Melo, Southampton
Pros: Nice Size Ship, excellent dining choices, good entertainment
Cons: Seemed a little out of synch with the service. Ship had undergone a major overhaul recently and crew may still be getting the teamwork down. Felt service not up to previous standards.
Boston, Bar Harbor ME, Halifax, Azores, Madeira, Lisbon
Pros: Very good food and service
Cons: Not for young, active families
South Seas for 17 days
New Zealand, Samoa, Tahitian Islands
Pros: Itinerary, staff professionalism, better than average food, beautiful ship, lovely stateroom
Cons: music and entertainment
Cruise of French Polynesia
French Polynesia (Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea, Raiatea, Nuku Hiva, Rangiroa)
Pros: Beautiful area of the world
Cons: Hot & Humid!!
Rome to Venice 9/24 to 10/4
Rome, Sorrento/Capri, Amalfi/Positano, Taormina (Sicily), Argostoli (Greece), Kotor (Montenegro), Zadar (Croatia), Ravenna (Italy), Koper (Slovenia), Venice (Italy)
Pros: Exellent food, great service, comfortable bed and linen.
Cons: Carpet needed steam cleaning, bed sham was stained and needed replacing.
Amsterdam to Barcelona
Pros: efficient, good choice of specialty restaurants, cooking classes, etc.
Cons: check in in Amsterdam was a mess. They were training all new people and did not have enough people to assist them. Gal we had looked frightened and we were concerned she was not doing the right things for us.
We went to eleven countries in the Baltic region.
Pros: The food, service, accommodations, and ports were outstanding. That is why we have been on our last five cruises with Oceania.
Cons: The only suggestion to the ship would be upgrade their regular coffee, because their Barista cafe is great.
Ireland, Scotland, Wales, UK
Pros: Excellent service, cuisine 4-5 * calibre, great shows and adequate suite staerooms
Cons: Cruise itinerary OK and shore excursions not good
The sunny Baltic
Pros: Great food, service, itinerary, and ship.
Cons: Airline service package pretty bad.
NewZealand,new caledonia,Samoa,Fiji,Tahiti islands.
Pros: Cabin,food,staff excellent.
Cons: Very sedate,older crowd,mostly in bed early. No nightlife. Casino and two shops we rated a D. Shore excursions way over priced for the islands they were in.
Buenos aires to Valapariso
Pros: Fabulous luxurious cruise for all ages 16 - 61
Cons: Poor internet
Pros: Beautiful new ship, very good food
Cons: Excursions were not very good.
Ten Glorious Days
Monaco, Italy, France and Spain.
Pros: Great ports and great food.
Cons: Over too soon.
Oceania Marina October 2015
Venice Croatia Montenegro Greece Messina Amalfi Coast Florence Rome Monte Carlo Nice
Pros: Amenities, crew and staff, condition of room and ship in general. ports of call, ease of transfers all excellent
Cons: Meat in specialty restaurants
Great Cruise Itinerary and Execution
Lisbon, Portugal; Gibraltar; Tangier, Morocco; Malaga, Valencia and Barcelona , Spain; Marseille and Cannes, France; Monaco; and Livorno and Civitavecchia, italy
Pros: Specialty Restaurants, excellent Terrace cafeteria-style available for all meals, experienced, friendly and English-speaking staff, large well-priced cabins, flexible credit for independent air travel, excellent early booking credits, great choice of itinerary.
Cons: Wine list could be better, grand dining room service not as good as specialty restaurants
Pros: Food, Service, Accommodations were 5 Star
Cons: You should not have to pay for internet. Add it into the total price would be better.
Copenhagen, Berlin, Klaipeda, Riga, Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallin and Stockholm
Pros: The staff was courteous and friendly, the bedding in the state rooms were comfortable and the ports that we visited were all interesting and unique. Since the ship had approximately 1000 passengers on board for this cruise, we never felt that we were in a crowded environment. The private excursions that we participated in were well done and superior to the Oceania excursions.
Cons: The on board nightly entertainment needs to dramatically upgraded. The most popular daily on board activity were the art classes, but since they were sold out everyday, we were not able to participate. The excursions for the "highlighted" port, St. Petersburg, were sold out so many of us were not able to participate in our first and second choices. At times, the staff lacks flexibility when something occurs out of the norm which takes away from the experience for paying customers.
Baltic and Scandinavian countries
Pros: The food, the service,
Cons: The closet in my cabin!!
Lima to NYC
Peru to New York
Pros: Art classes were a nice addition; cooking classes as well.
Argentina, Falkland Islands and Chile
Pros: Beautiful ship GREAT suite (Vista Suite 10000)
Cons: Bad weather and sickness - obvious neither are controllable by anyone.
Amazing Vacation with Friends!
Mediterranean - Rome, Italy, France, Monaco and Spain
Pros: Five Star Cruiseline!!!
Cons: Flights to get there - wish we could select the airline carrier of our choosing
Luxury as advertised
Pros: Comfortable Cabin, Great Restaurants & Food, Pleasant Staff/Service
Cons: Shore excursions