Book with confidence
In these uncertain times, several cruise lines are offering more flexibility for departures and deposits, as well as a range of value-added offers. Among these is Oceania, a favourite among our clients and specialists alike. Highlights include:
- Cancel for any reason, up to 48 hours prior to departure, and receive a Future Cruise Credit equal to 100% of the cruise fare paid
- Book with confidence, knowing that up to the day of sailing, you'll be able to take advantage of any better price or value option available on your selected cruise departure
Now celebrating their 15th anniversary, the world’s largest upper premium cruise operator Oceania Cruises brought a fresh face to the industry aboard their stylish cruise ships. Oceania combines worldwide itineraries with a casual yet elegant lifestyle on-board, similar to that of a typical English country club. Onboard, guests can enjoy the finest cuisine at sea with renowned chef, Jacques Pepin serving as the culinary director. Guests can experience four distinctly different restaurants aboard Sirena, Regatta, Insignia and Nautica and six restaurants aboard Marina and Riviera. Each restaurant operates an open-seating policy, allowing guests to dine where, when and with whomever they want.
With just 684 guests aboard the Sirena, Regatta, Nautica and Insignia, and 1,250 aboard Marina and Riviera, you’ll experience a welcoming atmosphere with an exceptional level of personal service. Oceania create dazzling global itineraries which visit more than 330 enriching ports of call including those in Europe, North and South America, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Savour the World with the Finest Cuisine at Sea
Top itineraries for Oceania Cruises
Soak up the colourful and welcoming cultures of the Middle East and India, where beguiling traditions mingle effortlessly with the exhilaration of 21st-century life. Spend extra time in the Maldives before exploring India further on a Golden Triangle private tour.
Soak up the colorful and welcoming cultures of the Middle East and India, where beguiling traditions mingle effortlessly with the exhilaration of 21st-century life, and spend extra time in the Maldives for a glimpse of paradise.
Marvel at sophisticated cities that have flourished in the starkly beautiful desert landscapes of the Middle East, where gleaming skyscrapers and world-class museums share space with bustling souks that evoke the nomadic life of centuries past.