Oceania Cruises operates six ships, of which four accommodate only 684 passengers, very much like our previous post on Azamara. Oceania is best known for their port rich itineraries AND for their dining – the food is wonderful!
These four ships, Insignia, Nautica, Regatta and Sirena, have all been recently updated beautifully and they sail various itineraries, world wide. (The other two ships in the Oceania fleet are the Marina & the Riviera and, while we love these ships, they carry over 1200 guests and so they are not part of our blog series of small ships with ‘ under 1000 passengers’.) Offerings vary from year to year, but generally their departures include Alaska, Asia, Australia, Europe, Middle East, Canada/New England and even some Caribbean.
Oceania invites you to savor your experience with imaginative insider tours that immerse you in the heart of the destination’s culinary and cultural traditions.
Promotional offers from Oceania often feature their “O Life” fares, as seen below; ask us for details when you are ready.
Look for our next Small Ship Cruising post featuring Paul Gauguin Cruises…..