Cruise Style: Premium
"premium deluxe" cruise line, Oceania Cruises has set sail
to carve a unique niche in the cruise industry. A cut above
"premium" and not quite "luxury"—it is
difficult to categorize this distinctive cruise line.
The on board décor
is English country house-inspired and the atmosphere is relaxed and
cozy. Supremely comfortable
Tranquility Beds pamper passengers in every stateroom with firm
mattresses, 350-thread count linens, goose down pillows, and
silk-cut duvets. Butlers are on hand to satisfy the needs of suite
destination-rich itineraries are a hallmark of Oceania Cruises.
Leave the formal attire at home—attire on Oceania ships is
"country club casual" every evening, although some guests
can't help dressing up to dine in the beautifully appointing
master chef Jacques Pépin, Oceania Cruises' Executive Culinary
Director has crafted 5-Star menus sure to please the most
discriminating palate. Oceania passengers enjoy the flexibility of
four open seating restaurants: the Grand Dining Room; Toscana and
Polo Grill, the reservations-required alternative restaurants; and
Terraces, the buffet restaurant, which transforms into Tapas after
dark with a relaxed atmosphere and al fresco dining. Casual
fare is offered at Waves Grill poolside.
Canal; Eastern and Western Mediterranean; Greek Isles; Transatlantic;
appeal to singles and couples from their late-30’s to
well-traveled retirees who prefer destination-rich itineraries and
longer cruises. Most are attracted to the casually
sophisticated atmosphere, creative cuisine, and European service.
Cruises are adult-oriented and inappropriate for infants and
toddlers. No dedicated
children’s facilities are available and parents are responsible
for the behavior and entertainment of older children.
8120 NW 53rd Street,
Miami, FL 33166
- Benefits for past passengers