Discover delicious faraway treasures

Travel is all about exploring new places, immersing yourself in unfamiliar cultures, meeting people and learning the history of destinations from the locals’ perspective. It’s a passion that opens the mind and the heart.

Blend that sense of discovery with a healthy dose of simply relaxing, watching the sea glide by in all its glory, and you have an Oceania Cruise that we know you’ll love.

Beautiful ships deliver you to ports all over the world and offer a chance to embrace your passion for travel, in luxury.

One of our favourite things about Oceania Cruises has to be the culinary offerings. Oceania Cruises is known to have the finest cuisine at sea. Distinguished chefs source premium artisanal ingredients from around the world and prepare them in expansive, state-of-the-art galleys. You can really taste that the chefs care about every single plate of food that goes out.

Oceania Cruises ships… the Magnificent Seven

Oceania Cruises explore the waterways of the globe on their fleet of six small, luxurious ships, with a seventh on the way.

Their R-Class ships, which carry 656 guests, are Regatta, Insignia, Nautica (refurbished in 2022) and Sirena.

The two O-Class ships, Marina and Riviera each carry 1238 guests, while the seventh, Allura-class ship, Vista, which will make its splash in May 2023, carries 1200 discerning passengers. An eighth ship - Allura will be the second Allura-Class vessel and will launch in 2025.


Personalised service

We love that no matter which ship you choose, you will be very well looked after with personalised service that will make you feel at home. The average guest-to-staff ratio is 1:1.5, and every request is met with a smile. We’re also impressed with the flexibility that allows guests a choice of either a free shore excursion, free beverage package or free shipboard credits.

Elegant casual

On board, it’s as if you’re visiting your own private country club. It’s sophisticated and elegant but relaxed and stylishly comfortable. Tuxedos and gowns are never on the itinerary.

Food for thought

As well as tasting all the culinary delights on board, guests can also learn how to cook some new dishes. Oceania Cruises was the first to have a hands-on cooking school at sea. If this sounds like you, cooking schools are available on Marina, Riviera and Vista.

Nurturing body and soul

Oceania Cruises ships also should be top of mind for those who love pampering and wellness. The Aquamar Spa + Vitality Centers provide a blissful wellness retreat at sea, along with fitness, healthy cuisine and a menu of delightful treatments to nurture body and soul.

Where in the world?

Oceania Cruises visits 450 ports across Europe, Alaska, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, New England-Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, Tahiti and the South Pacific. Itineraries range from seven days to 180-day Around-the-World voyages. Oceania Cruises’ ships can visit smaller ports and remote harbours that bigger vessels cannot access.

More time on shore

And another bonus – Oceania Cruises offers at least 30 per cent more time in port than other premium cruise lines. That means you can enjoy full-day excursions or have dinner ashore, thanks to many late-evening departures. As for the range of tours, don’t think run-of-the-mill offerings. We recommend Oceania Cruises because you can count on imaginative insider tours that will take you into the heart of a destination’s culinary and cultural traditions.

An itinerary you'll love

Discover the Land of the Rising Sun on the 12-day Riviera cruise, in and out of Tokyo. The ship will visit Shimuzu, admire the temples and shrines of Japan’s old imperial capital, Kyoto, and visit Beppu before sailing the Kanmon Strait to Busan in South Korea. Riviera will then visit Nagasaki, Kagashima, Hiroshima, Kochi and Nagoya.

— Our expert's opinion —

“Oceania Cruises is known for having the best cuisine at sea and I agree. I loved never having to line up for anything and the amazing port locations right in the heart of old town. The service was exceptional from staff who knew your name and order within a day, but almost felt invisible (not in your face all the time)."




Hidden Gem

Oceania Cruises’ specially designed collection of pre, post, and mid-cruise Overland Programs offer the opportunity to delve deeper into fascinating destinations. Guests can extend their cruise holiday with escorted land programs ranging from one to five nights. The mid-cruise program allows guests to depart the ship to explore and rejoin for the remainder of the voyage.