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Oceania Cruise - This December, San Juan PR to Miami

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Anyone familiar with this cruise line? Can't really find reviews of it or this particular itinerary.

It is a 10 day cruise from Puerto Rico to Miami. 8 out of the 10 days we are in port at various Caribbean locations (Ex: Basseterre, Gustavia St. Bart's, Kingstown, St. George's...), . We can get an inside cabin (the cheapest) for $1699 pp. All gratuities, free internet and a $200 on board credit are included. We would get our own airfare and thus they took off $300/pp from the original fare of $1999pp.

There is a 4 person wait list at the moment.

This is on the "Insignia" which has recently undergone a renovation.

We are not real cruisers. Been on a 65 person cruise to Alaska and a Vikings River cruise in Russia and are not interested in a ship that carries 2,000 passengers (even though it would be cheaper!).

So again, anyone familiar with them?

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