Excellent menu and presentation, 5-star service throughout the ship. Fabulous ports of call with very diversified tours. People where all well traveled and open to conversations and friendly. Oceania is an above average, luxury cruise line attracting well traveled, higher educated people all interested in the itinerary and gourmet food services at a high standard.
Though this ship offered this environment the ship seems a little Tired and could use some refurbishing again to keep up in this category.
The ports where diversified and everyday was filled to exhaustion. With 6 sea days the trip was both relaxing and interesting to sail. Entertainment is not what you choose Oceania for but at this price category they need to improve or may see a decrease in repeat customers who are having other ships that are newer, brighter and offering more choices.
Regardless of minor problems we will make Oceania our first choice for a future cruise.
Small bathroom with no room to move around. Towels where plentiful but very hard to the touch, need softer fabric. Veranda most disappointing with old tired lawn chairs, need a complete change. Bed and sheets and pillows where excellent but TV, though not important was terrible reception and stations where but few. Room service -5 stars. Turn down service was again 5-stars.