Great ports, service and cuisine has deterioated by janetmbirnkrantVerified Review / Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple
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Set to debut in March 2016, Sirena will deliver every luxury you've come to expect from Oceania's casually elegant mid-size ships. Featuring four unique open-seating restaurants including Toscana and Polo Grill, eight lounges and bars, and a world-class fitness center and spa, this graceful ship will offer the casual elegance and relaxed atmosphere of a private country club at sea. With her opulent staterooms and public areas, impeccable service, and fine cuisine, a cruise aboard the Sirena is perfect for both seasoned world travelers as well as passionate cruisers as they experience her destination-rich itineraries.
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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.
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