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You are a major foodie; Regatta's cuisine is absolutely sublime
You want luxurious amenities without a luxury price tag
You're looking for a romantic, adult-oriented ocean cruise
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You're prone to seasickness and want the stability of a big ship
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Apparel on Oceania Cruise3 Replies
What daytime apparel is recommended or appropriate for daytime wear on Oceania cruises. I don't want to be out of line with my casual clothes. I usually wear stretch pants for casual wear but is that...
March 29, 2022|
Response from ocpony|
boards.cruisecritic.com is a sister site of Trip Advisor.
Oceania Cruise- mediterranrean1 Reply
I am planning a cruise for 2022 and would like to hear experiences of anyone who has cruised on Oceania. Should I book my flights through the company or better to book on my own? The travel agent ind...
June 30, 2021|
Response from ricardoBA|
You can actually find more answers to your questions at www.cruisecritic.com.
Oceania Cruise to Mediterranean11 Replies
I am planning on cruise on Oceania in 2022. I don't know if I should have them arrange my flights or if I should make my own flight arrangements, The travel agent seemed to indicate that it could be ...
June 30, 2021|
Response from BarbP|
I suggest you go out to CruiseCritic and look at the posts there under Oceania Cruises. There are several discussion about booking your own flights versus using the cruise lines. Usually if you devia...
Timing of Covid test requested by Oceania cruise3 Replies
El Cajon, California
I inadvertently posted this to the London forum.
We are leaving San Diego early on July 19 and boarding ship in Copenhagen on the afternoon of 21st. If we get a PCR test late on the 18th will the re...
July 3, 2022|
Response from EastwoodDK|
I guess that all contries count hours, not looking at the clock.
Meaning that if your are on the road for 80 hours, then its outside and the other way with less hours from test time.
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