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Sirena is a small ship, carrying 684 passengers and 400 crew, and sails from Miami, Florida and Barcelona, Spain.

Sails from:

Monte Carlo, Monaco , Venice, Italy , Barcelona, Spain

Cruises to:

Europe - Mediterranean , Cuba , Coastal - West Coast

Cruises on Sirena

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4.8 out of 5

A Study in Contrasts by jefeldman

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Luxury ship in stark contrast with Cuban lifestyle.

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4.2 out of 5

Cruise to Cuba by Bobleen

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The cruise was as advertised. A second day in Santiago de Cuba in lieu of one of the stops in the Bahamas would have made for a better cruise.

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4.6 out of 5

South American Adventure to the End of the World by ghswartz214

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The single biggest factor for us was uncooperative weather and rough seas. It forced us indoors instead of being able to lounge on the deck. It resulted in overcrowding of the Terrace Café because no one wanted to eat outdoors. Some indoor activities were filled up before the scheduled times because being outdoors was not much of an option.

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2.6 out of 5

So Much Right, So Much Wrong by Jlsoftly

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There was so much right and wrong about the cruise. When you can't use the toilet in your cabin and they can't get your wife's food correct, it spoils the whole cruise experience. Our previous experience on the Oceania Marina was entirely different. My final word for Oceania is this. Viking Ocean cruises is coming for you with a fleet a brand new ships and a base cabin that is better than this ship's veranda cabin. The days with you can compete with an outdated ship and an inferior cabin (bathroom) design ARE NUMBERED. The word is going to get out. A 'luxury cruiseline'. Not on this ship.

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2.3 out of 5

Last cruise on Oceania! by jtwhitlaw

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The tour office on the ship was unpleasant and Juan was particularly difficult. We were scheduled for 8 tours and only went on 4 one of which we paid extra. We lost money on cancelled tours and were under this ship's doctor to miss two others. The ship was under quarantine because of influenza and respiratory sickness. I recommended to the doctor that masks be provided to all passengers. Nothing happened!

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Oct 07, 2016

Oceania caters mostly to an older traveler. GREAT Food, great itineraries and tours, and enough entertainment and activities to make me continue to book on Oceania. Try to find a cabin in the middle of the ship if available. Book a larger cabin if you think you'll be cramped.

Sep 01, 2016

If you enjoy a lot of shore time and less cruising time. Many days the sailing didn't start until 11 pm , when many people are getting ready to sleep.

Jun 16, 2018

Best seat in the house is at the Horizon lounge, top deck. Overlooks the bow.

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