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Oceania Cruises

Travelers looking for a luxurious, upscale cruise that visits desirable destinations, provides world-class enrichment, and offers the finest cuisine at sea, all tied together with a country club-casual atmosphere, should look no further than Oceania Cruises. The mid-sized ships of Oceania Cruises provide the ideal size to allow for the certain intimacy, warmth, and elegance, setting them apart from much of their competition. The warm and caring staff onboard each of Oceania’s ships takes great pride in providing you with exceptional service, showing you what it’s like to cruise the seas in true luxury. Onboard Oceania Cruises, no request is too big or small – they will cater to your every need.

What are Oceania Cruises Like?

The sumptuous accommodations available onboard each Oceania cruise ship will provide you with a home away from home feeling. All staterooms, many of which are suites, feature soothing colors, soft textures, plush furnishings, and custom-milled French and Italian toiletries, giving you a great place to relax and recharge. Suite guests can enjoy up to 2,000 square feet of ultra-luxury (dependent on ship), in addition to 24-hour butler service and a host of opulent amenities reserved exclusively for guests staying in the best of accommodations.

Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center, available aboard each Oceania ship, is where you can indulge your body and soul in a tranquil, almost meditative atmosphere. Among the many treatments available are their signature massages, as well as an open-air Thalassotherapy Whirlpool. Guests staying in a Concierge Level or Suite accommodation enjoy FREE unlimited access to a beautifully appointed spa terrace that is certain to bring you even further bliss.

Oceania Dining

Oceania Cruises is best known for their celestial cuisine, with their dining program overseen by world-renowned Master Chef Jacques Pepin. Each vessel features at least six mouthwatering restaurants where you can dine to your heart’s content, with a few ships featuring extra-special dining venues at an additional cost. Dining onboard Oceania’s ships is run with an open-seating policy, meaning that you have the freedom to dine wherever, whenever, and with whomever you want. Simply request a table when it pleases you, and their staff will see to your wishes.

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Why Choose Oceania Cruises?

Fine Dining at Sea

Oceania Cruises boasts that their cuisine is the “finest at sea,” and they just might be right! Legendary master chef Jacques Pepin is Oceania’s Executive Culinary Director, providing inspiration and guidance to the talented chefs onboard each of Oceania’s cruise ships. Menus reflect the regions each ship sails in, featuring fresh ingredients. Their amazing food combines with their relaxed open-seating restaurants to result in a wonderful dining experience.

Daily, at four o’clock in the afternoon, is when Oceania hosts a wonderful afternoon tea event onboard each of their ships. As a classical string quartet plays softly in the background, the stage is set for Oceania’s staff to display their pastry chefs’ talents. It’s a great time to just sit back and relax, and certainly not an experience to miss.

The Culinary Center aboard Marina and Riviera are the first hands-on cooking schools at sea. When sailing on these ships, you will have the opportunity to learn how to prepare a variety of exquisite dishes at your own fully equipped workstation in a state-of-the-art teaching kitchen, under the guidance of master chefs from around the world.

Country Club Casual

Oceania Cruises wants you to feel right at home while cruising with them. To help ensure this, Oceania has a country club casual dress code onboard their ships, rather than the more formal approach that some of their competitors take. Tuxedos and gowns are never required! Being able to be yourself allows for a refreshingly casual and friendly onboard atmosphere, further enhancing your overall experience on an Oceania cruise.

Enrichment

There is a fabulous enrichment program available onboard each of the ships in the Oceania Cruises fleet. The esteemed and often-famous guest lecturers provide inside knowledge through personal insights, historic outlooks, and vast expertise regarding the beautiful ports of call being visited on each cruise. Besides their lecturers, there is also a vast English-style library onboard each Oceania ship, as well as Oceania Currents (their shipboard daily that highlights your next port of call). Select cruises also feature the Artist’s Loft, where you can learn painting and craft techniques from professional artists, and computer classes in the Oceania@Sea internet center.

What’s New?

Oceania Cruises, and sister company Regent Seven Seas Cruises, were acquired by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. in November of 2014. Shortly thereafter, Oceania entered into an agreement with Princess Cruises to purchase the ship Ocean Princess. Planned to be renamed Sirena, the 684-passenger ship will be added to the Oceania fleet. Prior to its acquisition by Princess Cruises, the ship was formerly the R-4 sailing in the (now defunct) Renaissance Cruises fleet – making the vessel a sister ship to Oceania’s Regatta, Nautica, and Insignia, all of which are former R-class ships. In March 2016, Sirena will undergo a 35-day, $40 million refurbishment, elevating the ship to the standards expected of an Oceania Cruises vessel. Voyages aboard Sirena start with April 2016 departures.

In 2014, Oceania went through a massive $50 million fleet update. This update comprised of refurbishments of Regatta, Insignia, and Nautica. All staterooms received a face lift with new décor and fresh styling. Among the public areas to get a touch-up were Terrace Café, all Main Lounges, Martinis, Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center, and the Sports and Pool Decks. A brand-new Baristas coffee bar was also added to all three ships.

A sister ship to the 66,084-ton Oceania Marina, Oceania Riviera, debuted in April of 2012. These two 1,258-guest Oceania Class ships are the largest ships in Oceania’s fleet (in comparison to the 30,277-ton ships). Each Oceania Class ship has six open seating restaurants, as well as a variety of luxurious suites.

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Oceania Cruises Ships
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Insignia
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  • Year Built: 1998 (Refurbished in 2014)
  • Tonnage: 30,227
  • Passenger Capacity: 684
  • Passenger Decks: 9
Insignia
Marina
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  • Year Built: 2011 (Refurbished in 2016)
  • Tonnage: 66,084
  • Passenger Capacity: 1,250
  • Passenger Decks: 11
Marina
Nautica
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  • Year Built: 2000 (Refurbished in 2014)
  • Tonnage: 30,227
  • Passenger Capacity: 684
  • Passenger Decks: 9
Nautica
Regatta
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  • Year Built: 1998
  • Tonnage: 30,227
  • Passenger Capacity: 684
  • Passenger Decks: 9
Regatta
Riviera
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  • Year Built: 2012 (Refurbished in 2015)
  • Tonnage: 66,084
  • Passenger Capacity: 1,250
  • Passenger Decks: 11
Riviera
Sirena
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  • Year Built: 1999 (Refurbished in 2019)
  • Tonnage: 30,227
  • Passenger Capacity: 684
  • Passenger Decks: 9
Sirena
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  • Expected Debut: April 26, 2023
  • Tonnage: 67,000
  • Passenger Capacity: 1,200
  • Passenger Decks: 11
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