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Oceania Cruises


Welcome to the World of Oceania Cruises

Formed in 2002 by luxury cruise industry veterans Joe Watters and Frank Del Rio, Oceania Cruises is the world's largest upscale cruise line. The finest cuisine at sea, award-winning itineraries and outstanding value define Oceania Cruises' five-star product and have positioned the company as the cruise line of choice for travelers seeking a truly refined and casually elegant travel experience.

Our three intimate and luxurious 684-guest ships allow you to explore the world in unequalled style and comfort. Elegant and mid-size, you'll find the onboard atmosphere is extremely convivial, and with more than 400 staff members at your disposal, you will experience a level of personalized service that is unrivaled.

The Finest Cuisine at Sea

You will enjoy the flexibility of four open seating restaurants; you dine when, where and with whom you choose. Our 5 Star menus are crafted under the meticulously watchful eye of renowned master chef Jacques Pépin, our Executive Culinary Director. Host of numerous public television series, he is one of America's best known chefs, food columnists and cook book authors. He has also served as the personal chef to no less than three French heads of state, including Charles de Gaulle.

Award-Winning Itineraries

Regatta, Insignia and Nautica sail itineraries that span the globe. With an entire world of exotic destinations at your disposal, your choices are virtually boundless. The Far East and China beckons with overnight stays in such famed cities as Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Shanghai, Hanoi, Saigon, Kyoto, Bombay, Luxor and Dubai.
 
South America will capture your fancy with its seductive nature, natural beauty and historical depth as you travel to chic Rio de Janeiro, the rugged outpost of Port Stanley, or sail amidst the majesty of Chile's glacier-laden fjords. Europe is yours to discover as Regatta, Insignia and Nautica leave virtually no port unexplored, cruising to more than 80 ports in Scandinavia and Russia, Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, the Greek Isles, the Black Sea and such esoteric locales as Libya, Tunisia and Morocco.
 
The Caribbean's azure blue seas and silken beaches present a tempting diversion from the winter doldrums. From the yachtsmen's haven of Antigua to tony St. Barts or to the lush jungles of Central America, you will experience a world of tropical bliss that you never knew existed.

A World of Destination Expertise

In each and every destination we call upon, our goal is to provide you with the most rewarding, enriching destination experience possible. In many ports, you'll stay overnight which allows for two days of exploration and provides you with the opportunity to immerse yourself in the history, culture and cuisine. Our goal is for each and every guest to experience the destinations, not merely visit.

Customer Profile

Oceania Cruises appeals to discerning, sophisticated travelers in search of world-class cuisine, unparalleled personal service, and an enriching, in-depth, destination-oriented experience.

The Fleet
Insignia
Marina
Nautica
Regatta
Riviera
Sirena

 

Destinations
Abu Dhabi
Africa
Alaska
Amazon
AndalucĂ­a
Arctic Circle
Asia / Far East
Australia
Australia/New Zealand
Bahamas
Baltic
Bermuda
British Isles
Canada
Canada/New England
Caribbean
Central America
Colombia
Croatia
Cuba
Denmark
Eastern Caribbean
Egypt
England
Europe
Flanders
France
Great Britain
Greece/Greek Isles
Greenland
Hawaii
Holy Land / Faith Based
Iceland
India
Italy
Maldives
Mediterranean
Mexico
Middle East
Montreal
New England
New Zealand
Northern Territory
Norway
Pacific Coastal
Pacific Northwest
Panama Canal
Queensland
Russia
Scandinavia
Scotland
Seychelles
South America
South Australia
South Pacific
Southern Caribbean
Spain
Tahiti
Trans-Atlantic
Trans-Pacific
Turkey
United Arab Emirates
USA
Victoria, AU
Victoria, B.C.
Wales
Western Australia
Western Caribbean
World Cruise (Full & Segments)