Oceania Cruise Ships

Oceania Cruises' ships are chic, stylish and unique, offering a premium cruising experience to each and every guest. Onboard you can expect a wealth of luxurious amenities including elegant and sophisticated public rooms and an incredible collection of diverse 5-star dining venues. Life on-board is how you make it. From an early morning run around the jogging track and a tasty afternoon tea treat to a leisurely swim and a night of gambling in the casino, there’s a little something for everyone.

A cruise aboard any of the Oceania ships is an experience like no other, so isn’t it about time you came aboard? Sailing to every region around the world including the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Northern Europe, Baltics and Alaska, this incredible cruise line ensures that they cater to everyone's needs. 

Introducing the Allura-Class

Oceania Cruises have revealed a new class of ship as the next generation of Oceania.

Bob Binder, President and CEO said: "Our new class of ships will represent an evolution of the Oceania Cruises experience with all the elements our guests treasure – a warm, intimate, residential style; the most spacious standard staterooms afloat; amazing suites, and of course, the finest cuisine at sea."

 There will be two new ships in the class, to be delivered in 2022 and 2025, each of which will accommodate approximately 1,200 guests. The additions are part of the OceaniaNEXT initiative which is seeing the Regatta-Class ships being refurbished by 2020.

Fleet

There are currently six ships within the Oceania Cruises' fleet. The Regatta-Class embodies four ships: Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena; while the Oceania-Class includes Marina and Riviera ships.

Each of the ships accommodates between 684 and 1,250, visiting scenic ports and seaside villages that the larger ships simply cannot reach. There is open-seating in all on-board restaurants, allowing guests to dine as they please with some of the Finest Cuisine at Sea.

Insignia

Marina

Nautica

Regatta

Riviera

Sirena

The Regatta-Class are currently undergoing a refurbishment initiative, OceaniaNEXT, which involves renewal of public areas, facilities, accommodation and new lighting features.

Suggested read: OceaniaNEXT: A re-inspiration of classic elegance

Oceania Cruises Ships

Oceania Sirena Cruises

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Oceania Riviera Cruises

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Oceania Regatta Cruises

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Oceania Nautica Cruises

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Oceania Marina Cruises

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Oceania Insignia Cruises

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