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Anyone Here Been on Sirena Since Refurb?

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We just booked for a December Pacific Coastal on Sirena and CANNOT wait! 

The travel agent said they poured $25 million into the refurbishment.

Just curious what is new...we sailed her a couple years ago. 

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Considering booking a cruise on the Sirena so also interested in the ship.

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Hi just got off the boat, as it was our first time on the boat so can’t compare and contrast.  The boat has been completely refurbished internally new carpets furniture paintings etc.  Loves really light and fresh. Cabins are especially light and airy.  The bathroom remains very small but there is a glass door to the shower. The storage space in the room is more than adequate.  We booked a cruise on nautica while on board but have delayed it a year so we can enjoy their refurb. 

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Just got off the "Sirena", and loved the light colors, shower door, space was adequate, especially liked the better light in the bathroom, and above the desk, all in all, it has been a good refurbishment and upgrade in all regards.

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We are considering Sirena in January and cannot find any pictures of the new bathrooms.  Are the showers any larger, is there a bathtub?  We do agree, from what we can see in pictures and a small amount of available video, the new colors and furnishings are a tremendous upgrade yet the ship still has that "country club" feel to it.  Bravo, Oceania, and we are looking forward to seeing the Sirena in person.

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The shower is tiny the only difference is that there is a door, unfortunately no bath tub ( could be in the suites ) the bathroom is not great but we have decided it is not a deal breaker and booked 2 more cruises on the smaller boats 

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On 6/29/2019 at 3:08 AM, Rosie C said:

Hi just got off the boat, as it was our first time on the boat so can’t compare and contrast.  The boat has been completely refurbished internally new carpets furniture paintings etc.  

 

It's a SHIP!!!!!!! It's not a boat. Sorry, a bit of a pet peeve of mine. We'll be on the Sirena in just a few weeks and are looking forward to seeing the improvements made.

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23 minutes ago, jt1120 said:

 

It's a SHIP!!!!!!! It's not a boat. Sorry, a bit of a pet peeve of mine. We'll be on the Sirena in just a few weeks and are looking forward to seeing the improvements made.


A boat can be placed on a ship, a ship can’t be placed on a boat.

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1 hour ago, Classiccruiser777 said:


A boat can be placed on a ship, a ship can’t be placed on a boat.

Unless that boat is a submarine...was on one once and made the mistake of calling it (she) a ship.  We're on the Sirena in Feb.

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We were on at the ned of August here is a link to my OH's video of the ship

 

 

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On 10/22/2019 at 8:23 PM, jt1120 said:

 

It's a SHIP!!!!!!! It's not a boat. Sorry, a bit of a pet peeve of mine. We'll be on the Sirena in just a few weeks and are looking forward to seeing the improvements made.

You bet me to it as it’s a pet peeve of mine also. 

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