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About Oceania Cruises

Sophisticated travelers who like a casually elegant atmosphere flock to Oceania. In addition to three 15-year-old former Renaissance ships — the Nautica, Regatta, and Insignia — Oceania has two new builds: the Riviera and Marina. The new ships may be the “foodiest” at sea, with the eponymous Jacques Pepin bistro and an authentic Pan-Asian restaurant, Red Ginger. Take time to explore the impressive art collections, which include pieces by Pablo Picasso and Damien Hirst.

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Best For

Sophisticated couples or friends who like great food, wine, design, art, and service.

Not For

Families, since the line just launched its first kids’ club program on a limited basis. 

We Love

  • Foodies will be stunned by the offerings on Riviera and Marina.
  • The wine-pairing restaurant on the two new builds — La Reserve — is elegant and beautiful, and serves modernist cuisine using techniques like sous vide. 
  • Oceania's art collections include pieces by Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, and Damien Hirst.
  • The Ralph Lauren suites on the newer ships are as elegant as boutique hotel suites on land, which is not a statement we make often
  • The new ship’s cooking school offers market tours, visiting chefs, and do-it-yourself, hands-on classes.
  • The Artist Loft offers classes on sea days by a rotating list of artists in residence.

We Could Live Without

  • The three older ships in Oceania's fleet lack some of the bells and whistles of the newer ones.

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What Cruisers Say

  • dkaplan says ...

    Excellent service and attention to detail. The staff always greeted us by name throughout the ship. Read Full Review
  • bbross says ...

    Grand Dining Room is almost as large as the ones on Marina and Riviera. Ask waiter about portions and add a side dish if you think the portion of the entree may be small for you. Read Full Review
  • lwortzman says ...

    Some of the carpets near the stairs could use replacing Read Full Review

6 Oceania Cruises Ships


Price: $$$    Ship Size: S
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With luxurious amenities, exceptional service, and a country-club casual atmosphere, the intimate ne...

Sails to:
Other (Asia/Africa/Middle East) South America Transatlantic World Cruise Cuba
Sails from:
Miami, Florida Singapore Tokyo, Japan Los Angeles, California Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy London, England Sydney, Australia Dubai, U.A.E.


Price: $$$    Ship Size: M
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The all new Oceania Marina epitomizes the refined Oceania Cruise experience. This mid-size ship will...

Sails to:
Europe - Mediterranean Transatlantic South Pacific Europe - Western Mediterranean Panama Canal, Central America
Sails from:
Barcelona, Spain Papeete, Tahiti Monte Carlo, Monaco Callao (Lima), Peru Lisbon, Portugal New York, New York


Price: $$$    Ship Size: S
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The luxurious mid-size Nautica combines casual elegance, personalized service, and warm conviviality...

Sails to:
Other (Asia/Africa/Middle East)
Sails from:
Singapore Hong Kong Dubai, U.A.E. Cape Town, South Africa Shanghai, China

Ship Size:

  • XL: 4,000 + passengers
  • L: 2,000 to 4,000 passengers
  • M: 500 to 2,000 passengers
  • S: Less than 500 passengers


  • $$$$: $1500 and up
  • $$$: Up to $1500
  • $$: Up to $1000
  • $: Up to $500

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