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About Oceania Cruises

From discovering the wonders of Polynesia to the exotic culture of the Far East, passengers with Oceania Cruises sail the globe in luxury. Suited to the seasoned, sophisticated and mature traveler, Oceania Cruises pride themselves on delivering high-quality service, decadent ambience and the finest culinary experience at sea.

Formed in 2002, Oceania Cruises offer a fleet of six ships. Built in 2011 and 2012 respectively, Marina and Riviera are Oceania-Class ships with a guest capacity of 1,250 each, featuring suites designed and furnished by Ralph Lauren Home and interior designer, Dakota Jackson. The Regatta-Class ships host 684 guests each and include the Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena.

Voyages encompass more than 400 destinations, across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and the Americas. Passengers choose from an array of exciting itineraries, ranging from 10-night journeys across the Mediterranean, to 35 nights in the Far East and Grand Voyages crossing the globe.

A 21-night cruise aboard the Sirena takes guests from Rio de Janeiro, to explore destinations including the Amazon River, Jamaica and Antigua. A 28-night Timeless Wonders Oceania cruise takes in ports of call such as Mumbai, Dubai, Muscat, Jerusalem, Rhodes, Santorini and Sorrento. Passengers enjoy stops at Barcelona, Valencia, Rome and Monte Carlo, on a 10-day Western Mediterranean cruise.

Shore excursions range from relaxing walking tours to thrilling adventures. In Barcelona, passengers explore the architecture of Antoni Gaudí, including La Sagrada Familia. On Oceania cruises to France, a Bordeaux stop allows the opportunity to hike up Europe’s tallest sand dune and visit a local oyster farm. An itinerary including Bali offers shore excursions to the Bali Classic Culture Center, for dance performances, workshops, craft and traditional Indonesian food.

Onboard the Marina and Riviera, suites and staterooms are decorated with lush fabrics and original artworks. Luxurious amenities include goose-down pillows, flat-screen TVs, teak verandas, thick cotton robes and slippers. For a more lavish vacation, Penthouse Suites feature oversized living rooms, dining areas, marble and granite bathrooms and walk-in closets.

The flagship of the Oceania Cruises fleet, Regatta, offers suites characterised by rich fabrics, original art and traditional hardwoods. Owner’s Suites span nearly 1,000 square feet, with oversized showers, verandas, two flat-screen TVs, laptops, 24-hour butler service, free unlimited internet, complimentary in-suite bar set up and priority ship embarkation.

Along with exciting shore excursions and luxury suites, there’s plenty to do for guests onboard all Oceania cruises. Social venues range from intimate bars for cocktails to lounges featuring comedians and magicians. Musicals, tributes and folkloric shows keep passengers entertained late into the night, as well as onboard casinos. During the day, guests take advantage of large decks with heated pools, whirlpool spas, luxurious day beds and sports, including shuffleboard and golf.

For the ultimate in relaxation, spas deliver healing therapies, including massages and beauty treatments. Guests may take part in fitness classes also, with yoga, Pilates, aerobics and personal training available. Cultural enrichment is another interesting option, with lectures by historians, naturalists and local ambassadors.

Eating is full of variety across the entire fleet, with the Grand Dining Room changing menus daily, to incorporate fresh dishes. The Bistro is home to French cuisine and regional specialties. Casual dining in the form of a classic steakhouse is available at the Polo Grill and Toscana serves up Tuscan, cuisine presented on custom-designed Versace china. Guests also enjoy room service, afternoon tea and cafes for coffee and snacks.

No matter which ship passengers choose, an Oceania cruise provides a luxurious base from which to discover exotic destinations, while enjoying exquisite dining, entertainment and lavish amenities.

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7.5
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Alaska
Regatta
Night Awe Of Alaska
Thu Aug 9 - Thu Aug 16 (7 nights)
Oceania Cruises
Seattle Cruise Inside Passage Ketchikan Holkham Bay/Alaska Sitka Prince Rupert Cruise Outside Passage Seattle
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Seattle
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Ketchikan
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Holkham Bay/Alaska
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Sitka
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Prince Rupert
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Cruise Outside Passage
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Seattle
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8.0
Excellent
Alaska
Regatta
Night Majestic Frontiers
Mon Aug 27 - Fri Sep 7 (11 nights)
Oceania Cruises
Seattle Cruise Inside Passage Ketchikan Wrangell Juneau Skagway Icy Strait Hubbard Glacier Sitka Cruise Outside Passage Victoria/Canada Seattle
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Seattle
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Cruise Inside Passage
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Ketchikan
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Wrangell
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Juneau
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Skagway
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Icy Strait
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Hubbard Glacier
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Sitka
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Cruise Outside Passage
11
Victoria/Canada
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Seattle
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8.0
Excellent
Transatlantic
Sirena
Night Atlantic Wayfarer
Fri Aug 31 - Sun Sep 16 (16 nights)
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Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy St. Tropez, France Barcelona, Spain Cartagena, Spain Malaga (Granada), Spain At Sea Funchal, Madeira At Sea At Sea At Sea At Sea At Sea St. George's, Bermuda St. George's, Bermuda At Sea At Sea Miami, Florida
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Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
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St. Tropez, France
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Barcelona, Spain
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Cartagena, Spain
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Malaga (Granada), Spain
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At Sea
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Funchal, Madeira
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At Sea
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At Sea
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At Sea
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At Sea
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At Sea
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St. George's, Bermuda
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St. George's, Bermuda
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At Sea
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At Sea
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Miami, Florida
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7.6
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Alaska
Regatta
Night Majestic Frontiers
Thu Aug 16 - Mon Aug 27 (11 nights)
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Seattle Cruise Inside Passage Ketchikan Sitka Skagway Hubbard Glacier Icy Strait Juneau Wrangell Cruise Outside Passage Victoria/Canada Seattle
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Seattle
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Cruise Inside Passage
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Ketchikan
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Sitka
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Skagway
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Hubbard Glacier
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Icy Strait
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Juneau
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Wrangell
10
Cruise Outside Passage
11
Victoria/Canada
12
Seattle
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7.9
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Europe
Marina
Night Baltic Marvels
Wed Aug 29 - Wed Sep 5 (7 nights)
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Copenhagen, Denmark Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany At Sea Tallinn, Estonia St. Petersburg, Russian Federation St. Petersburg, Russian Federation Helsinki, Finland Stockholm, Sweden
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany
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At Sea
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Tallinn, Estonia
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St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
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St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
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Helsinki, Finland
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Stockholm, Sweden
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7.8
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U.S. - All
Insignia
Night Cottages Coves & Coasts
Fri Aug 24 - Mon Sep 3 (10 nights)
Oceania Cruises
New York, New York Newport, Rhode Island Boston, Massachusetts Bar Harbor, Maine Halifax, Nova Scotia At Sea At Sea Hamilton, Bermuda Hamilton, Bermuda At Sea New York, New York
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New York, New York
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Newport, Rhode Island
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Boston, Massachusetts
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Bar Harbor, Maine
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Halifax, Nova Scotia
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At Sea
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At Sea
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Hamilton, Bermuda
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Hamilton, Bermuda
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At Sea
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New York, New York
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8.2
Excellent
Europe
Marina
Night Scandinavian Treasures
Sun Aug 19 - Wed Aug 29 (10 nights)
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Stockholm, Sweden Tallinn, Estonia St. Petersburg, Russian Federation St. Petersburg, Russian Federation St. Petersburg, Russian Federation Helsinki, Finland Riga, Latvia Klaipeda, Lithuania At Sea Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany Copenhagen, Denmark
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Stockholm, Sweden
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Tallinn, Estonia
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St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
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St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
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St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
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Helsinki, Finland
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Riga, Latvia
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Klaipeda, Lithuania
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At Sea
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Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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8.1
Excellent
Europe
Riviera
Mon Aug 13 - Thu Aug 23 (10 nights)
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Venice/Italy Venice/Italy Koper Rijeka Split Dubrovnik Kotor Argostolion Catania Amalfi Rome/Civitavecchia
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Rijeka
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Split
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Dubrovnik
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Kotor
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Argostolion
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Catania
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Amalfi
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Rome/Civitavecchia
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Bermuda
Insignia
Night Cottages Coves & Coasts
Tue Aug 14 - Fri Aug 24 (10 nights)
Oceania Cruises
New York, New York Newport, Rhode Island Boston, Massachusetts Bar Harbor, Maine Halifax, Nova Scotia At Sea At Sea Hamilton, Bermuda Hamilton, Bermuda At Sea New York, New York
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New York, New York
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Newport, Rhode Island
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Boston, Massachusetts
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Bar Harbor, Maine
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Halifax, Nova Scotia
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At Sea
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At Sea
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Hamilton, Bermuda
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Hamilton, Bermuda
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At Sea
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New York, New York
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Departure Ports for Oceania Cruise Lines

Seattle
Civitavecchia
New York
Venice
Cruise Calendar for Oceania Cruises
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Cruise Ships of Oceania Cruises

Sirena

For the ultimate in luxury and relaxation, a cruise aboard the Sirena, built in 1999 but refurbished in 2016, is a great option. This supremely elegant and spacious ship offers a decadent space in which to unwind and get away from it all. 16 different cabin types range from comfortable inside staterooms to carefully designed luxury suites. Standard cabin amenities include flat screen TVs, minibars, DVDs and writing desks.

Destinations visited include Miami, Buenos Aires, and Rio de Janeiro, for passengers looking for sunny, warm weather. From climbing Sugarloaf mountain to enjoying fine Argentinian steak, the Sirena visits some truly unique and incredible destinations on its journeys. Passengers choose from itineraries such as the 33-day 'Tempos & Treasures', the 21-day 'Amazon Discovery' and the 11-day 'Southern Medley'.

Time spent on board offers plenty of world-class dining, entertainment, and activities. Guest enjoy enjoy fine dining at a selection of restaurants including the Sea Tuscan Steak restaurant, Polo Grill and the famous Red Ginger restaurant, serving some of the world's best Asian cuisine. Treatments at the spa, workouts at the gym, shopping at the boutiques and cocktails in a number of lounge areas are popular activities.

As night falls, guests may try their luck in the Monte Carlo-style casino and enjoy a range of entertainment. This may include colorful folkloric shows, string quartets, karaoke, acoustic musicians, live piano music and musicals. Sirena is best for mature, discerning passengers and, while children are allowed, they’re not necessarily catered for.

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Regatta

Regatta, Oceania Cruises’ flagship cruise liner, offers an intimate and opulent experience. The 594-ft ship, which was built in 1998, underwent a multimillion-dollar transformation in 2014, creating a virtually new vessel that promises a fun and indulgent getaway.

The ship offers a number of cruises, including the 10-night Great Northwest voyage, from San Francisco to Vancouver, and the 31-night Pacific Sojourn, from Sydney to Los Angeles. Destinations range from Bali and Miami to Honolulu and San Francisco. Highlights might include driving into the mountains of Antigua when stopping at Puerto Quetzal in Guatemala, a food and wine tour in San Diego, or taking a surfing lesson on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu.

The Regatta caters to 684 guests and has a crew of 400. There are a number of suites and staterooms to choose from, all of which offer generous space and stylish interiors. Many even have a private veranda. In-room amenities include flat-screen TV with satellite channels, thick cotton robes and slippers, mini-bar, hairdryer, and safe. For the best of the best, the Owner’s Suite spans almost 1,000 square feet, has 24-hour butler service, and priority online restaurant reservations.

There are many dining options on board, with a main dining room, speciality restaurants, casual eateries, bars, and cafes. Entertainment and relaxation features include a swimming pool, a world-class fitness center and spa, tribute shows, and a casino. Whatever you’re in the mood for, you’ll find it on one of the nine guest decks.

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Riviera

Riviera, one of Oceania Cruises’ lavish Oceania-class ships, is an intimate experience with designer touches throughout and luxury at every turn. Built in 2012 and refurbished in 2015, this 785-ft ship was designed to be special and distinctive – the breathtaking Lalique Grand Staircase is just the beginning.

There are plenty of cruises to choose from on this ship, including the seven-night European Serenade, from Rome to Venice, or the 29-night Seas of Inspiration, from London to New York. Destinations range from Venice and Monte Carlo to Miami and Barcelona. Many great onshore excursions are offered, whether it is a culinary tour in Tangier, Morocco, or exploring the Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda.

The Riviera carries 1,250 guests and a crew of 800, ensuring a highly personalized experience. An ideal ship for couples, there are a number of different staterooms and suites to choose from. The Inside Stateroom is the most cost-efficient option, yet still offers extra touches such as thick cotton robes and slippers, a flat-screen television, and mini-bar. Guests staying in a suite can expect exceptional butler service, with everything from complimentary garment pressing to course-by-course in-suite dining.

There are 13 food and dining options, including restaurants, cafes, bars, and lounges, as well as a coffee bar, afternoon tea, and an exclusive, private dining venue. Entertainment features include informative guest lectures, a casino, spa, pool, tribute shows, and musical performances such as a live pianist or classical string quartet.

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Insignia

Insignia, an Oceania Cruises luxury ship, caters to 684 guests, with a 1:71 to 1 guest to staff ratio. For personalised and attentive service, this cruise ship is a great choice. The ship, which was built in 1998, recently underwent a multimillion-dollar refurbishment in 2014, offering a modern and luxurious feel throughout.

There are a number of Insignia cruise itineraries to choose from. Destinations are global and include top traveling spots such as Sydney, Tahiti, New York and Hawaii, so there really is something for everyone. Shore excursions allow passengers the chance to delve into local culture, such as snorkelling and Polynesian lunch in Bora Bora or discovering Pearl Harbor in Honolulu.

Onboard, guests can choose from a variety of suites and staterooms. The most luxurious is the Owner’s Suite, which is lavish and incredibly spacious. There are six Owner’s Suites, which are fit for royalty, with cashmere lap blankets, Bvlgari gift sets, unlimited spa access and complimentary in-suite bar setup. No matter what stateroom guests choose, all are equipped with an exclusive Prestige Tranquility bed.

Life on deck is an opulent one, with the Grand Dining Room impressing in terms of style and menu variety, which changes daily. Other food and dining options include a coffee bar, afternoon tea, room service, a casual grill, terrace café, Italian restaurant, classic steakhouse, and French bistro restaurant. There is plenty to keep guests busy too, including a pool and sports deck, library, casino, spa, artist loft, boutiques and lots of onboard shows and tribute acts. Insignia is best suited to couples and mature travelers, and doesn’t necessarily cater to children.

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Marina

Marina is a blend of the contemporary and the sophisticated. Launched in 2010 and refurbished in 2016, this Oceania Cruises ship has an elegant yet casual ambience and stunning finishing touches throughout. The 785-ft ship caters to 1,250 passengers and has a crew of 800, meaning guests will benefit from a highly intimate service while on board.

Marina travels all over the world, stopping at destinations such as Miami, Los Angeles, Stockholm, Montreal, and London. Take a 20-day voyage from London to Stockholm or a 28-day voyage from New York to Barcelona – the route options and trip durations are numerous. Highlights might include South Beach's Ocean Drive in Miami or the fascinating Oceania Select Excursion in Montreal.

There are plenty of suites and staterooms to choose from, all of which are spacious and offer contemporary luxury. At the highest end of the scale, there is the incredible Owner’s Suite, which provides generous amounts of space, comfort and opulence. The most cost-efficient room is the 174-square-foot Inside Stateroom, which includes a marble-tiled shower, mini-bar, breakfast table, and vanity desk.

Dining options on board the Marina cater to everyone. The Grand Dining Room has a daily-changing menu and there are a number of international restaurants, a coffee bar, afternoon tea, as well as private, exclusive dining areas. Plus Oceania Cruises promises no restaurant queues.

Onboard entertainment includes the Artist Loft where guests can get their creative juices flowing – create a collage, sketch, paint or simply experiment. Other facilities include a spa, culinary center, sports and swimming pool deck, library, casino, and boutiques. And don’t miss one of the tribute shows!

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