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Marina Cruise Review to South America
33 Night Fauna To Fair Winds (Miami To Buenos Aires)
Sail date: January 22, 2020
Cabin type: Suite
Cabin number: 11071
Traveled as: Couple
Reviewed: 1 year ago
Review summaryWe love Oceania , it is our favorite cruise line for the type of cruises we want to be on. The ships are a good size for us, and there are few young children. The clientele is older, which sometimes results in a pace slower than we like, but overall people are polite and don’t drink too much or cause other problems. The few and staff are simply the best, and the experience is well worth the money. The specialty restaurants are wonderful and the food is very high quality all over the ship. The excursions are increasingly more expensive than they should be, and the WI-FI is really frustrating. The WI-FI is their weakest point; it is available to one person per cabin at a time, but the worst thing is that it is so difficult to get on, stay on, and log off, so the other person can get on. I also wish they had an onboard app to be able to communicate with family an friends. Laundry facilities are available and free. Our butler service and our concierge was fantastic. Valuable discounts for booking future cruises are available if you book onboard, and the staff in the Ambassador Club is great. The food is great and cleanliness is top notch.
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
Try all of the restaurants. They are fabulous. And do not cost extra. If you go to Brazil, there is a 25% surcharge to anything you buy onboard, so plan to pre-purchase wine for meals before you enter Brazilian waters.
Ports of call
Devils Island, French Guiana Did not visit port