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Cruise was scheduled to depart Buenos Aries and sail to Lima in late February. We didn't make it to Lima, however; as Peru closed their ports. Everyone was checked for recent travel to or from Asia in the last couple months prior, as the cruise line was quite interested in our health. If you had, you were refused boarding. They also checked everyone for a fever. Thankfully, our ship was not impacted by the virus the entire trip. We enjoyed a Penthouse Suite, which was quite roomy and comfortable, complete with a butler, and he was heavily utilized. The restaurants are quite amazing on this ship and we loved each of the specialty restaurants. This ship was cleaner than a hospital operating room to start, and they even instituted another higher level of sanitation given the situation. After the ports closed the cruise line had to figure out a way to get everyone home, and I have to say they did a spectacular job of doing that. We spent an extra nine days at sea until we arrived in Miami. We continued to enjoy the cruise as if nothing happened. They ran out of nothing, so life went on with a high level of customer care. Our kudos to Oceania for an awesome job overall. Can't wait for our next Oceania adventure in December.
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Sail Date: February 2020
Cabin Type: Suite
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Destination: South America
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Oceania Marina

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About
Passengers: 1,250   |   Crew: 800
Passengers to crew: 1.56:1
Passengers to space: 51.6:1
Launched: 2011   

Decks

  • Deck 16
  • Deck 5
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 8
  • Deck 9
Additional decks
Deck 16 layout
 
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Golf Putting Greens
Paddle Tennis

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Cabin size: 282 - 282 sq. ft.
Connected rooms: 10
Accessible rooms: 0
Maximum passengers: 3
Number of cabins: 444
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My husband and I was on a 32 days cruise to South America with Oceania marina. This is the first time I cruise with Oceania. (We cruised with holland, Norwegian, celebrity, Royal before)Besides the food is quite salty,otherwise is 👍. Lobster, crab claw, different kind of steak,
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Cruise was scheduled to depart Buenos Aries and sail to Lima in late February. We didn't make it to Lima, however; as Peru closed their ports. Everyone was checked for recent travel to or from Asia in the last couple months prior, as the cruise line was quite interested in our
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We sailed on the marina in February, 2020. We started in Rio, supposed to end in Lima (32 day cruise). Because of the virus we were forced to remain on ship for extra week. No cases of virus on board. We were entertained, fed and kept safer than if we were at home. The
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The food was excellent in all cases as was the wait staff (World wide). The booze packages, as on most cruises were crazy, but we were allowed to take 3 bottles of wine each onboard (for room consumption). This made wine with meals more reasonable. You could have your bottles
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This was our 4th cruise with Oceania in the last 5 years and all have been first class. Accommodation, Crew, Cabin, Dining , We have cruised with other lines But they do not compare with Oceania
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