Oceania Cruises takes people to over 450+ destinations around the world.

Oceania Cruises is the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line.

The line’s 7 small, luxurious ships carry no more than 1,250 guests and feature the finest cuisine at sea and destination-rich itineraries that span the globe.

Expertly curated travel experiences aboard the designer-inspired, small ships call on more than 450 marquee and boutique ports across Europe, Alaska, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, New England-Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, Tahiti and the South Pacific in addition to the epic 180-day Around the World Voyages.

The brand has an additional 1,200-guest Allura Class ship on order for delivery in 2025.

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Headquartered in Miami, Florida, Oceania Cruises is owned by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., a diversified cruise operator of leading global cruise brands which include Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Awards: Oceania has been chosen as the Best Overall Cruise Line by Cruise Critic, Boutique Cruise Line of the Year by Food & Travel magazine, Best Onboard Dining by Travel Age West magazine and Best Premium Cruise Line, by Virtuoso.

Unique ship features: With suites and staterooms of generous dimensions, nearly 70 percent of which feature private verandas, Oceania’s cabins possess an esthetic on par with world-class hotels. This includes the exclusive Ultra Tranquility Bed, marble and granite-clad bathrooms and shower.

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Fleet: There are seven ships in Oceania’s fleet: two 1,250-passenger vessels, Marina and Riviera; and four 684-passenger vesselsNauticaRegattaSirena and Insignia.

As for the vessel layout, ships with a capacity of 1,250 guests are designed with 16 decks, a length of 784.95 feet and a beam (or width) of 105.65 feet. Oceania cruise ships with a capacity of 684 guests are designed with nine decks, a length of 593.7 feet and a beam of 83.5 feet. Smaller ships provide greater freedom in entering boutique ports while providing more intimate spaces on board.

Though its fleet is impressive, Oceania Cruises is not one to rest on its laurels. The cruise line has a multi-year project named OceaniaNEXT, which entails a number of initiatives that raise the bar of its intimate and luxurious service. By early 2022, all six ships will have received extensive refurbishments as part of OceaniaNEXT, making them all better than new.

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New Ships on the Horizon

Oceania Cruises has also announced the introduction of the Allura class ships — two new 1,200-passenger vessels, with the first one entering service in 2023. The first ship, named Vista, will exude residential-style luxury and all-veranda accommodations. Vista will also feature a new category of Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms, which we at Cruise Specialists anticipate will be very popular!

Life onboard: In terms of accommodations, Oceania’s suites measure from 322 square feet to 1,000 square feet on the smaller vessels and from 420 square feet to 2,000 square feet on the larger vessels. The ships’ intimate size lends to more socializing and relaxation. One can make new friends at the pool and sports deck, golf putting green, fitness track, bars and lounges, boutiques, and casinos.

For your entertainment, guests can enjoy live production shows; or a number of bars and lounges, such as Martinis, Grand Bar, Lounge, Horizons, Casino Bar and Wave Bar.

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