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4.57 / 5 based on 145 Reviews
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- "Had an inside cabin which was quite small but had everything you needed, the staff were amazing and went out of the way to make your cruise totally enjoyable , the food well it was just fantastic couldn't of asked for better so much choice,the entertainment was always very good." in 2 reviews
- "cruises are so much fun and this cruise line was lovely i had an amazing trip " in 1 review
- "i could tottally go on a cruise, i am in need of one, lol these are great you can never go wrong," in 1 review
- "Great cruise line!" in 1 review
Food! Its expensive but food is a definite for me and this ship delivers. The staterooms are nice and amenities are first rate. Overall the the ships are smaller than RCI and NCL so there's less entertainment venues and options but if food is on the top of your list and curling up with a book during your downtime is all you need then this is as good as it gets.
One word, LUXURY. This cruise line deserves five stars in every category. The food is excellent and the staff superb and very attentive. Whenever I need something, someone is always there to serve. The entertainment is great and appropriate for all ages and taste. The decor is beautiful and I definitely feel like royalty when cruising with Oceania.
We booked adjoining suites on Oceania for a Tahiti cruise with my 80+ year old mother, and it was the experience of a lifetime. The cabins were amazing--spacious and well-appointed. The service was unparalleled and the food amazing, but everything was dwarfed by the grandeur of French Polynesia. Just do it if you have the chance. It's the trip of a lifetime.
Absolutely beautiful cruise line. My husband and I traveled with them to French Polynesia and we stayed in one of their suites. We were treated like royalty. There were tons of activities to enjoy on the ship from art classes to exciting shows. We had an incredible time and it is a vacation we will never forget!
I have been a passenger numerous times and can vouch that Oceania is the best cruise line for experienced cruisers who want a relaxed experience without the formal nights and photos. The ships are smaller and can visit smaller ports the bigger ships cannot.
I've been on three cruises with Oceania. I'm always just about the youngest person on the boat, but the locations, boats, and excursions are all great. Also lots of options to eat on the boat, you're not stuck eating in the same dining room every night.
Great cruise line! The food was excellent and the staff went above and beyond to be helpful. I also thoroughly enjoyed the entertainment on board. The shows were fun, the games were inventive, and the cooking demonstrations taught me so much!
Oceania Cruises attracts affluent retirees looking for a refined, no-frills experience. That said, Oceania's sophisticated atmosphere also draws solo travelers and couples in their 30s who are looking for an atmosphere sans kids. Regardless of which cruise you choose, expect to sail with an American crowd.
Pretty decent cruise line. They had good food, although the cabins are kind of small. Pretty generic with the things to do all the typical pool, casinos, bars. Service was nice expected but nothing extraordinary that I would have liked.
Nice service for everyone. All my family love this products . Good quality and great price . Healthy products for everyone and so nice . I am using this every week. I will buy it again and will recommend to friends.
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