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Oceania Cruise Line

The Oceania cruise line brand was created in 2002 by cruise line industry veterans Frank Del Rio and Joe Watters. Oceania Cruises is considered an upper premium cruise line reaching a 5-star level.  The areas that stand out are, cuisine, comfort, service and outstanding value.  These four areas truly define the Oceania cruise line experience for any traveler seeking a casually elegant and refined experience.

The luxurious and intimate ships allow you to travel the world in style and comfort.  The distinctively mid-sized ships each contain their own jovial atmosphere, with an unrivaled detail to personal service as a result of the tremendous guest to staff ratio.

The Oceania cruise line brand has made a name for itself over the years becoming a cruise line industry leader with more than 330 ports it visits around the globe.  The itineraries are usually unique with some of the main marquee ports to see mixed in with some of the off-the-beaten-path ones.  There are always multiple overnights in ports, so that you can get a true feeling for the ports culture.

Oceania Cruises currently has four ships and one in production.  The award winning ships Regatta, Insignia and Nautica where there with the birth of the Oceania cruise line brand.  In early 2011, Marina, Oceania’s newest vessel set sail.  This is the first ship solely designed by Oceania, with another ship, Riviera, to come in early 2012.  Both the Marina and Riviera are highly anticipated throughout the cruise line industry.

Oceania Cruises continues to be a main stay in the cruise line industry continuously exceeding guests expectations.  Other companies strive to gain the notoriety that they have and will continue to have with the new ships and itineraries that are put out.


Oceania’s Insignia  Insignia: Overview Oceania Cruise Line Review Oceania’s Insignia gives you a great home away from home feel for a cruise ship.  Introduced in 1998, Insignia has set a standard of class throughout the cruise industry.  To keep these standards it was recently refurbished in 2010 and has received great reviews from guests on …

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Oceania's Marina


Oceania’s Marina Marina: Overview Oceania Cruise Line Review Oceania’s Marina is the company’s newest vessel, which debuted in January 2011. Sparing no expense, Oceania set out to take cruising to a whole new level of comfort and class. This elegant mid-sized ship seems to have it all. Showcasing its 6 distinct restaurants, culinary classes and …

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The Nautica in Sydney


  Nautica: Overview Oceania Cruise Line Review Nautica was the third ship to originally join Oceania’s fleet, which also includes Regatta, Insignia, the new Marina and the soon to come Riviera.  Nautica has the same consistent theme of the Regatta and Insignia.  It was originally built in 1998 and was recently upgraded during 2011.  Like …

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Oceania's Regatta


Regatta: Overview Oceania Cruise Line Review Oceania’s Regatta is the flagship of the Oceania Cruise fleet.  The Regatta was originally built in 1998 and recently underwent a refurbishing in 2011 to match the standards of the other vessels that Oceania offers with its luxurious staterooms and neo-classical furnishings. Regatta has four restaurants on board that …

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Riviera, Coming in 2012 Oceania’s Riviera is highly anticipated in the cruise industry and will debut in April 2012.  It will be identical to its sister ship, Marina.  It will hold 1,250 guest with luxurious staterooms, mostly with private verandas.

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