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Oceania is positioned at the top end of the premium category and the beginning of the luxury category. With more included features, and ships with an emphasis on beauty, and food that is crafted to be spectacular. Air, excursions, and more can be bundled in, and most specialty restaurants are also included for free, as well as non-alcoholic beverages.
There will be very few kids, and there are very limited kids options on the ship.
There are 2 classes of ships in the Oceania fleet. The small Regatta Class ships that hold approx. 684 passengers (ms Regatta, Nautica, Insignia, and Sirena), and the medium sized Oceania Class, which carry 1250 passengers (ms Marina and Riviera). 2 Additional 1200 person ships are on order. These ships are all kept very modern, warm and elegant.
The food on an Oceania ship is highly regarded as the Finest Cuisine at Sea, and most specialty dining options are included in the fare and have no additional charge. Wifi is also included at no extra charge. Flights are often included in the pricing, but can be removed for a savings. Flights through Oceania can sometimes be a good value, but not always. We can look at the options for you.
Promotions on Oceania come is 2 major groups... Olife Choice, which is Oceania's always running promotion. This allows you to get your choice of onboard credit, drink package, or shore excursion credit with your booking. While more expensive than the no promotion rate, it is usually a good value. We offer additional exclusive offers as well, typically in the form of either additional onboard credit or prepaid gratuities (these offers run at various intervals). I always make sure you receive some extra onboard credit as well... it's what we do! Oceania raises its prices on a fixed schedule. They never go down. Booking early is always the best promotion you can have.
Oceania runs generally 7 night and longer cruises throughout the world. These cruise often times do not repeat regularly. Most, but not all, are 1 way cruises that start and end at a different port. Plus being a smaller ship, they tend to go to many ports that the bigger ships can't go to. Often the ship will stay overnight, allowing you to explore the local nightlife.
(photos provided by Oceania)