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Oceana 5
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Itinerary

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Day 1
SOUTHAMPTON
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Day 2
At Sea
Day 3
Hamburg, Germany
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Day 4
Hamburg, Germany
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Day 5
Zeebrugge (Bruges), Belgium
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Day 6
SOUTHAMPTON
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Feb 1998

Built

2016

Total Passengers

2.27

Crew to Passenger Ratio

10

Number of Decks

0

Total Cabins

0

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Oceana Features

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Adriatic Restaurant on Oceana
Adriatic Restaurant

Enjoy the same seat each time you dine at this restaurant. This is one of the main dining rooms with sittings at either 6:30 or 8 p.m. You do have to select which time you prefer to dine when you book your cruise. The wooden décor creates a warm and intimate setting for special occasions complete withy white linens and sparkling silverware.

Explorers Bar on Oceana
Explorers Bar

At the base of the atrium is Explorers Bar. Adjoining the Explorers tour desk, this is a great meeting point for activities throughout the day and into the night. The bar serves a selection of speciality coffees, as well as a full range of drinks, and there are also several PCs with internet access for your convenience.

Crystal Pool on Oceana
Crystal Pool

The open Lido deck here is a natural focus point from sunrise to sunset and beyond. During the day the broad and spacious decks surrounding the glistening pools and bubbling jacuzzis are the most popular places for sunbathing on the ship - as the area is sheltered from the wind on all sides by the Sun Deck above. At night, this section of Lido Deck is a hive of activity, with deck parties, dancing and live bands performing for your entertainment.

Atrium on Oceana
Atrium

With the Reception Desk at the heart of its base, the Atrium soars through the upper decks and has bars, boutiques, lounges and eateries radiating from it on each deck. Filled with palm trees and other and a variety of other sub-tropical plants the Atrium boasts a breathtaking array of floating staircases, glass domes, marble inlays and gleaming glass fronted lifts. Comfortable seating in this magnificent setting makes for a great rendezvous point with family and friends.

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