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Oceania Cruises have been offering discerning travellers unique cruise experiences for over 15 years, with a fleet of six luxury ships and a diverse array of destinations. This is traditional-style cruising at its very best – with stylishly decorated vessels, world-class dining, exceptional onboard staff and a whole host of activities to keep even the most active entertained.
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From the moment you first step aboard one of Oceania Cruises six beautifully designed ships, you can tell you’re about to experience something special...
Each ship caters for between 680 – 1,250 guests and, with a dedicated staff-to-passenger ratio of 1:16, Oceania offers superb service with a personal, intimate feel. Many of the expertly trained staff are hand-selected from some of the world’s finest 5* hotels, restaurants and resorts, whilst the impeccable team of Oceania Cruises butlers have been trained by the highly respected Guild of Professional English Butlers.
After exploring the onboard activities, retreat to your luxury sanctuary for a night of blissful sleep. Each stateroom features an exclusive Prestige Tranquillity bed, and with luxury amenities – including Canyon Ranch and Bulgari toiletries – you’ll feel like you’ve checked in to one of the world’s top hotels.
For guests sailing on the Marina and Riviera, style comes as standard. These are the only ships at sea to have been designed by respected interior designer Dakota Jackson, and furnished by Ralph Lauren Home.
No matter which of Oceania Cruises six ships you travel aboard, you’ll find a free mini bar, with unlimited soft drinks, and free 24-hour room service.
The onboard, gourmet culinary program - inspired by Master Chef Jacques Pépin - takes guests on a flavour tour of the world, with every meal prepared exclusively before each serving, never en-masse.
Stylish, open-seated dining allows guests to eat at a time that suits them, and with a range of restaurants to choose from – including continental cuisine at the glamorous Grand Dining Room, authentic Italian fare at Toscana and, onboard Oceania’s Marina and Riviera liners, the delicious Jacques French bistro – you’ll discover why Oceania claims to have "the finest cuisine at sea".
It’s not just the onboard dining that makes a cruise with Oceania so special – each trip has also been carefully planned to provide the best range of at sea entertainment and activities. Whether you want to be pampered at the indulgent Ranch SpaClub®, master your culinary skills at one of the onboard cookery classes, laze the day away by the pool, try your luck at the Monte Carlo-style casino or attend one of the varied music, comedy and guest speaker events, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice.
From historic cities to paradise-islands, seaside towns to exotic lands, Oceania Cruises offer one of the most varied and exciting choices of exotic destinations for discerning travellers.
Each of Oceania Cruises itineraries are handcrafted, with destinations carefully selected to offer a unique cruise experience. Their ships make berth in some of the less-travelled ports, and thanks to their mid-size, they are able to traverse waters that other cruise liners are unable to visit.
With extended and overnight port stays, those looking to immerse themselves in the history, culture and cuisines of new destinations will find themselves with plenty of time to explore.
Discover some of the Oceania Cruises most popular ports of call:
The largest natural port in the Caribbean, Havana is Cuba’s colourful capital, and has become one of the "must see" places to visit during the past several years, with the lifting of the former travel restrictions.
It’s not just the incredible mix of architecture – which ranges from gothic to Art Deco, neoclassical to Soviet-era – or the old-world glamour of the postcard-perfect streets that makes Havana so appealing...this is a city with a story that wants to be heard.
The locals, who cruise their multi-coloured Chevrolets around the town – stereotypically with a cigar hanging from their mouths – love to talk, and there is no better way to get to know the real Havana than through its incredibly friendly people.
No other small country can compete with the glamour, wealth and luxury lifestyle of Monte Carlo – the playground of the rich and famous for over 100 years.
As the capital of tiny Monaco, Monte Carlo is the country’s centre for all things business and pleasure, with the world-famous Monte Carlo Casino at the centre of much of the activity. As you arrive into the port, you’ll pull up alongside multi-millionaires in their superyachts and A-Listers tanning themselves on the small but popular Monte Carlo Beach.
Once you’ve rubbed shoulders with movie stars and Russian billionaires in the casino, learn about the real royals at the Prince’s Palace of Monaco. This lavishly decorated, 13th century home is still used as the official residence of the royal family today, and offers a fascinating look behind the curtain at where Grace Kelly, later Princess Grace of Monaco, once stayed.
Portofino is one of the Italian Riviera’s premium destinations, with multi-coloured houses edging out over the bluest of water, and luxury yachts lining the town’s pretty harbour.
In the summer, Portofino becomes a home-away-from-home for Italy’s rich and famous, and the cobbled streets are lined with alfresco diners enjoying their evening “cena”.
Walk around the picturesque harbour and take a stroll to the Castello Brown for one of the best panoramic views of the town below.
Finding great places to eat and drink is an easy task in Portofino, with some of the finest restaurants of the Riviera. Seafood lovers should head to the harbour-side taverns for the day’s catch, whilst those looking for authentic Italian pizza should make for the traditional-style outdoor seating of Pizzeria El Portico.
The jewel of the Greek Cyclades, this small island has become one of the most popular places to visit in the Aegean Sea.
With some of the most spectacular sunsets in the Mediterranean, Santorini is best seen at night, from one of the many panoramic restaurants or bars.
During the day, a trip to the picturesque hilltop village of Oia is worth the effort, and for those looking to explore the island’s history, the Minoan site of Akrotiri should not be missed.
Beach-goers will have plenty to smile about too: the island is home to some incredible stretches of sand, including the unusual Perivolos – also known as the “Black Beach” – and the romantic Eros Beach.
Home to one of the world’s most fascinating ancient civilizations – the Maya – Belize offers history, intrigue and culture, set against an incredible backdrop of lush jungles and azure-blue seas.
The Central American island, which has much in common looks-wise with its Caribbean neighbours, has the second largest reef in the world – The Belize Barrier Reef – making it a haven for divers, snorkelers and marine enthusiasts. There are over 500 species of fish and 100 different kinds of coral to explore in this underwater wonderland.
Back on dry land, Belize offers hiking, horse riding and zip-lining through its protected national parks, including the beautiful Mayflower Bocawina National Park.
One of Oceania Cruises most popular Caribbean destinations, the Dominican Republic is, for many, the epitome of a luxury Caribbean vacation.
Miles of white, sandy beaches are backed by swaying palm-trees, and lapped by warm blue waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Along the island’s diverse coastline, would-be adventures can also play castaway in some of the former pirate caves, or loose themselves amongst the desert-like sand dunes.
The island’s capital, Santo Domingo, is worth wandering around for the excellent examples of colonial architecture, whilst nature lovers can find their spot of serenity hiking up one of the island’s forest-covered mountains.
A melting pot of cultures, cuisines and history, Cape Town has become known as one of the finest arts and culture capitals of the world.
With more restaurant and bar options than you could possibly try, even if you spent one year in the city, foodies will find their palates more than catered for. The city also has a growing coffee scene, with artisan roaster and unique cafes popping up around every corner.
The vast Table Mountain National Park is an unmissable trip during a port stop in Cape Town, and provides the backdrop for some of the most spectacular sunsets you’re likely to see in your life. For a truly unique perspective on the National Park and the city, take one of the scenic helicopter flights as the sun goes down.