Oceana Cruise Ship Review
Earlier known as ocean Princess of Princess cruise, Oceana switched over to P&O Princess in 2003. In effect, Oceana caters to the needs of exclusively British passengers cruising from UK to Mediterranean and Scandinavia during summers and from Barbados to Central America during winter.
In Oceana, every activity takes place with clock- like precision, with British officers and cruise staffs. Though Oceana is not the largest in size, it offers a very high quality of cruise.
Special mention has to be made about the dining who price is very reasonable. The prices of other commodities onboard are reasonable too, as service charges are not added to the prices of drinks. Two almost identical restaurants Ligurian and Adriatic offer consistent services which are flawless.
Oceana has now adapted to the “anytime” dining facilities and the services are very good. “The horizon” offers delicious menu with the privilege of dining in the tables under the stalls on the deck. The four deck atrium is the highlight of the ship. There are 975 cabins and half of them have balconies, which is a great place for a breakfast or a shady drink.
Three grades of mini suites are accommodated in Oceana. As far as entertainment is concerned, there is a myriad of activities, ranging from dance classes to computer classes, film shows and many sports activities including tennis, table tennis, golf, basketball and soccer.
There is a small but well= equipped fitness center and a whirlpool sauna and plunge pool. Aerobics classes are conducted for teens and for children. There is no scarcity for activities like video game, disco or their own fun pool. As far as the dress code is concerned, in a two week cruise, there are four to five formal nights and the rest of the time, it is smart causal.
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