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The luxurious mid-size Nautica combines casual elegance, personalized service, and warm conviviality to create the relaxed atmosphere of a private country club at sea. All suites offer butler service, and 70% of suites and staterooms feature teak verandas. Savor fine cuisine in a variety of unique restaurants, overseen by renowned master chef Jacques Pepin. Practice your putt surrounded by stunning vistas or unwind in the soothing spa. Enjoy art auctions, wine tastings, and expert guest lecturers. At night, play in casino or relax in one of the eight lounges while you sample martinis, catch a cabaret-style show or applaud a 12-piece orchestra.

Sails from:

Dublin, Ireland , Hong Kong , Singapore

Cruises to:

Europe - Western Europe , Europe - Northern Europe , Europe - Mediterranean

Cruises on Nautica

58 Reviews

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3.8 out of 5

British Isles and Iberian Ecstasy by valeriospina

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Oceania is a great food and service oriented line. I will sail again on the MArina and the Riviera , the 2 bigger ships with bigger staterooms and bathrooms and closet. The Nautica, Sirena and Insigna and Regatta are all smaller therefore have tiny cabins and very tiny bathrooms. I will not ever sail on these 4 ships nor can I recommend it for any one else. The Marina and Riviera are fabulous and its the same price per person per day. So bigger is better on the Oceania ships

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4.3 out of 5

A very good cruise, great staff, food service, Most port were great, except Russia, lot of time & sailing fora poor port by fourdarnell

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The bath towels were beautiful with nice embroidery, but, it was like drying with a piece of carpet!!!

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3 out of 5

Timeless wonders by Searay360

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Very disappointed in the "refurbished"ship, again small cabins, televisions,no outlets. Service in restaurants not up to the price we paid for this cruise. Food was disappointing for a luxury cruise line.

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3 out of 5

The Cruise from Hell by SafariHunter

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We missed four planned excursions due to the weather and poor planning. That equaled one-forth of our cruise trip. Missed the elephant park which we really were looking forward to, as well as Maputo, Mt. Nelson Tea and Botklierskop Private Game Reserve. Seas and weather were terrible, activities on board ship mainly mindless, and to compensate, they gave us drinks for 2 hours when seas were rough and people too sick to eat or drink. Waves 30+ feet. Oceania gave us bogus onboard credit at 7 am the morning we disembarked. Couldn't use it. They WEREN'T responsive in a way that I expected from their advertising and what I had heard. Food was good, but not phenomenal. Very old crowd. Except for one young woman, we were probably the youngest on the ship. Had to take malaria medication for a port we couldn't enter. The worst cruise we ever took!

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3.5 out of 5

retired couple by dhsamso

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We took this trip because of the itinerary and the extras offered such as paid gratuities, onboard credit, and free excursions. That was as expected. The botched airport to ship transfer was a real downer. It cost $139pp and we could have taken a direct train from the airport to Southampton for 16 euros. The ship itself was OK, but showed its age.

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skimmer
Jun 08, 2015

On this, as most other ships, dine on a lower deck during rough seas -- surprising how many persisted in not doing this on our only "rough" day.

svicol
Sep 14, 2017

Dress appropriately for the specialty restaurants and for tea time.

DavidJaSmith
Aug 24, 2015

The intimacy of the smaller Oceania Ship is special, we have sallied on Nautica twice and love the ship and the crew and would not hesitate to sail again and again.

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