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Oceania Cruises

Travelling to over 400 classic ports and far flung destinations around the globe, Oceania Cruises invites guests to discover places like locals with extended port stays and overnights featuring in their itineraries. Discover alluring journeys from the natural wonders of Alaska to Japan’s cultural shores or the sundrenched Mediterranean, all aboard small and mid-sized luxury ships where an immersive and delightfully epicurean experience awaits.
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Popular Destinations View all Explore the following regions on one of 494 cruises with Oceania

Alaska Cruises with Oceania

26 Cruises

Asia Cruises with Oceania

83 Cruises

Oceania Australia Cruises

31 Cruises

Caribbean Cruises with Oceania

86 Cruises

Europe & Med Cruises with Oceania
Europe & Med

141 Cruises

Oceania New Zealand Cruises
New Zealand

11 Cruises

Northern Europe Cruises with Oceania
Northern Europe

51 Cruises

South America Cruises with Oceania
South America

32 Cruises

South Pacific Cruises with Oceania
South Pacific

38 Cruises

Transatlantic Cruises with Oceania

35 Cruises

Oceania UK & Ireland Cruises
UK & Ireland

32 Cruises

Western Europe Cruises with Oceania
Western Europe

54 Cruises

Cruise Fleet View all Inclusions, itineraries, onboard facilities & deck plans of each Oceania cruise ship.

Oceania Allura
Ship Class: Oceania-Class

Welcome aboard Oceania Allura, a ship that embodies the spirit of adventure and discovery as you set sail to explore the world's most captivating destinations. With its debut in 2025, Allura promises an enchanting cruise experience for all...

Oceania Vista
Ship Class: Oceania-Class

Step aboard Vista in 2023 on her inaugural Season and you'll sail to boutique and marquee destinations across Europe that unlock enchanting experiences celebrating the continent’s dazzling mosaic of cultures, cuisines and history....

Oceania Nautica
Ship Class: Regatta-Class

Following closely in her Regatta-Class sister ships’ footsteps, Nautica’s mid-2020 re-inspiration will bring refreshed accommodation and public spaces to the seas. Home to the luxuries guests have come to expect of Oceania Cruises, she...

Oceania Marina
Ship Class: Oceania-Class

Sharing her fleet’s casually elegant ambiance, Marina is decorated with touches that highlight fine residential design without compromising on the things that make passengers feel right at home. Bringing her 1250 guests contemporary...

Oceania Cruises Reviews

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A wonderful first cruise with Oceania!     1 , VIC, Australia, Oct 2023
We chose this cruise for the itinerary starting in Trieste and including Adriatic ports, Greece and Türkiye. The Riviera was a good size, not too small and big enough to have plenty of facilities and restaurants. Our Oceanview cabin was very spacious with a panoramic window and a large newly renovated bathroom. The food was of a high standard and they ...read more catered very well for those on special diets. We also had four specialty restaurants included, our favourite was Red Ginger. The highlight of our cruise was our visit to Ephesus (from Izmir) and Istanbul. The cruise finished in Greece so we included a short stay in Athens where we saw the Acropolis and the fascinating Acropolis Museum.
Mediterranean cruise, Italy, Croatia and Greece   1 , WA, Australia, Jul 2023
We had an amazing 3 weeks away cruising the med with Oceania cruises on one of their smaller ships the Sirena. Georgie from Global Journeys organized our flights and cruise and was super helpful giving lots of info and options and answering all my questions, there were many as we had never cruised before. Our cabin was in a great position, the views ...read more were spectacular and was amazing waking up in a new location every day. We got to see so many places and everything went very smoothly with the whole trip from start to finish.
Delightful cruise visiting many ancient historical sites     2 , NSW, Australia, Jul 2023
A most enjoyable 10-day cruise to places of historical significance. Our favourite place in Turkiye was Istanbul where we spent an extra couple of days in order to take in the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Basilica Cistern and Sirkeci Station, the old terminus of the Orient Express. Bodrum in Turkiye, particularly the Castle and Museum ...read more of Underwater Archaeology, gave an insight into how ancient cultures dominated the area over the centuries. We also got an interesting demonstration of Turkish carpet weaving. In Ephesus we learned the origins of the Nike fashion brand name and logo.

The highlights of Greece were the tours through the island of Syros and its narrow streets only accessible by donkey and through the islands of Santorini & Mykonos with their windmills and numerous other tourists. In Athens we enjoyed the tour to the Acropolis as well as watching the changing of the guard outside the Parliament House. All this was done whilst temperatures reached the mid 40's C and preceded the evacuation of some islands due to bush fires after our cruise.

Oceania Cruises was well organised with a good itinerary, good food and reasonably priced excursions. The Nautica is a comfortable ship with a quality feel about it and we would definitely sail with them again. And finally Global Journeys and Georgie Walpole were very helpful and great to deal with throughout the booking process.
Recent cruise on Oceania Sirena Cruise     10 , VIC, Australia, Oct 2022
This was a 24 days cruise from Portsmouth, UK to Barcelona, Spain, travelling through western coastal France, top of Spain, Portugal, Canary Islands, Morocco. As always the cuisine was superb, the service was great. Many of the crew were new, they were most pleasant and tried very hard, but much more for them to learn. Many fellow cruisers agreed that ...read more after COVID the standard in Oceania has dropped. This is a coast saving strategy, we suppose. Fellow cruisers are experienced travellers, very friendly group, almost all are over 65. My photo was taken in Madeira, an island off the coast of Africa.

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Tropics & Exotics (2025-26)

Set sail beyond the ordinary with our new 2025-2026 Tropics & Exotics Collection, featuring more than 130 voyages. Venture to dynamic cities across Asia for unexpected adventures, or uncover the unity of culture and nature throughout Africa. Experience the heart and soul of the Caribbean, discover the stirring extremes of South America or connect with the isolated beauty of the Oceania region. And...more with our new simply MORE™ offer, you’ll enjoy exceptional value while experiencing it all.
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Intimate & Luxurious Fleet
Intimate & Luxurious Fleet

Oceania Cruises welcomes just 684 or 1,250 guests on her Regatta-Class and Oceania-Class ships respectively. These intimate vessels with fewer guests foster a warm sociable environment without the queues or crowds to contend with.

Across the six ships in the fleet there is an element of luxury in every little detail, from the carefully curated artwork to the craftmanship of the elegant chandeliers. Welcoming social spaces and dining venues invite guests to engage with friends new and old, and private staterooms and suites are personal havens designed in the finest residential style.

The Finest Cuisine At Sea
The Finest Cuisine At Sea

Oceania Cruises prides itself on the epicurean experience on board every ship, on every voyage. A culinary program designed by renowned Master Chef Jacques Pépin is delivered by talented chefs using the best ingredients, treating guests to gastronomic masterpieces time and time again.

With six distinctive open-seating restaurants offered at no additional charge, these hallmark gourmet delights are all part of the Oceania Cruises experience.

Enjoy Italian flair to spirited Asian flavours, plus extensive plant-based options that are creative, bold, and continue to deliver on the Oceania Cruises trademark offering – The Finest Cuisine at Sea.

Country Club Casual
Country Club Casual

Without compromising on the elegant setting or sense of luxury on board, there is a relaxed atmosphere that makes guests feel right at home.

Warm personalised service is delivered by staff who know passengers by name, made possible by the exceptional staff-to-guest ratio on board. For every three guests there are approximately two staff members on hand to cater to every need with impeccable etiquette and genuine warmth.

Jackets and ties are not required on any sailing, and the elegantly casual ambiance fosters a comfortable country club setting for a cruise to remember.

Immersive Itineraries & Onboard Enrichment
Immersive Itineraries & Onboard Enrichment

With itineraries calling on more than 400 incredible destinations around the globe and onboard programs to further enrich your journey, a holistic travel experience awaits with Oceania Cruises.

Carefully curated itineraries blend classic destinations with boutique ports, made possible by the size of the fleet. Featuring overnight visits and extended port stays, guests can experience new places and old favourites in a different and more intimate way.

Choose from sensational destination-intensive journeys with rich shoreside experiences that highlight everything from history to nature, adventure, cuisine, wellness, and much more.

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Oceania Cruises: Your Health, Wellbeing and Safety

19 August, 2020

Oceania Cruises: Your Health, Wellbeing and Safety

Oceania Cruises Health and Safety Protocols have been developed by their Healthy Sail Panel – a team of cross-disciplinary experts enlisted to guide the cruise industry’s way forward in response to COVID-19. The panel is comprised of globally recognised specialists in public health to develop,...

Unlock Extra Value with Oceania Cruises’ OLife Offers

09 January, 2020

Unlock Extra Value with Oceania Cruises’ OLife Offers

Oceania’s OLife offers allow guests to personalise their cruise holiday, adding more value with included extras that matter to you. Find OLife Choice bonuses across a huge range of Oceania cruises, as well as all the added perks of their OLife Ulitmate promotion on select stateroom/suite...

Choosing Your Oceania Cruise: Regatta Class vs Oceania Class Ships

06 January, 2020

Choosing Your Oceania Cruise: Regatta Class vs Oceania Class Ships

Oceania Cruises’ fleet consists of six ships across two classes – Oceania Class (O Class) and Regatta Class (R Class). The two O Class vessels were custom built for Oceania in 2011 and 2012, while the R Class vessels previously sailed under the Renaissance Cruises flag and have since been...

Culinary Program Makes Oceania Cruises a Top Choice for Foodies

03 January, 2020

Culinary Program Makes Oceania Cruises a Top Choice for Foodies

Oceania prides themselves on their trademark culinary offering – The Finest Cuisine at Sea. At the hands of talented chefs from around the world, the very best artisanal ingredients are transformed into culinary masterpieces that wow guests, dish after dish. Every recipe has been carefully...

Oceania Cruise FAQ's Frequently asked questions for those considering travelling with Oceania Cruises

What does the cruise fare include?
  • Full on board accommodation;
  • Free 24 hour room service (alcohol excluded);
  • Pre-paid Service Charges;
  • Complimentary on board dining within prescribed hours, not including select specialty restaurants;
  • On board room service dining;
  • On board entertainment;
  • On board gym access (but not personal training and select exercise classes);
  • On board poolside activities;
  • On board outdoor pools and hot tubs;
  • Tea and Coffee, Fresh Juices, Bottled Water & Soft Drinks
  • In respect of total cruise prices, all taxes (including port charges and government taxes (as applicable); and fuel costs (subject to change).

Suite Guests receive additional amenities, based on the category of accommodation. These are outlined on our ship page or in the pricing panel on each cruise itinerary page.

What isn’t included in the cruise fare?
  • Meals in specialty restaurants La Reserve and Privee;
  • Entertainment based dining;
  • Alcoholic beverages & Energy drinks;
  • Spa treatments and salon services;
  • Select exercise classes and personal trainer;
  • Casino and gambling activities;
  • Transfers and airfares (unless pre-purchased with a Fly Cruise Package or otherwise);
  • Hotel stays pre/post-cruise (unless pre-purchased);
  • Duty Free shopping, gift shop purchases, or art purchases;
  • Shore excursions;
  • Photography;
  • Internet access unless otherwise stated;
  • Specialty on board seminars;
  • Phone calls off the ship;
  • Satellite connection for mobile phones;
  • Laundry services;
  • Use of the Medical Centre;
  • Any additional credit card and fuel surcharges; and taxes on the provision of additional services, including services that are not provided by Oceania.
Can I travel with children under the age of 18?

Yes, however infants must be at least 6 months of age on the day of boarding or at least 12 months of age on the day of boarding if the cruise has 3 or more consecutive day at sea. Any guest under the age of 18 must be accompanied by and occupy the same stateroom as an adult 18 years or older. Guests under the age of 18 cannot participate in any Oceania Cruises shore excursion or land tour unless accompanied by an adult. Oceania Cruises does not provide for the care, entertainment or supervision of children, except on select specialty cruises where the Alaska Explorer Youth Program is available. This program is supervised by experienced youth counsellors and includes games, activities and Alaska-inspired special events for age groups between 5 and 12.

Can I sail with Oceania Cruises while pregnant?

Oceania Cruises cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during, the cruise. Please notify your Global Journeys Cruise Advisor if you are travelling while pregnant to discuss documentation requirements.

What are the passport requirements for my cruise?

Oceania Cruises requires all guests to carry a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after the disembarkation date. This is as a precaution in case of an unforeseen circumstance such as a medical emergency which would require you to stay in the port longer than planned.

What Visas will I need?

You will need to contact the Embassy (Consular Services) of each country on your sailing itinerary for specific visa requirements, information, forms and fees for your nationality. More information can be found here.

There are Visa's required for my sailing. May I elect to stay on board while we are in port and not purchase the Visas?

If Visas are required for the sailing, you will need to obtain them. You may be denied boarding if you do not obtain the proper visas required for the sailing.

Should I get any vaccinations before my cruise?

Regulations in regard to vaccination certificates and other health requirements vary by destination. It is the sole responsibility of each guest to obtain and have available appropriate valid travel and health documents for their chosen itinerary. Oceania Cruises recommends that guests seek professional medical advice regarding vaccination requirements for their holiday.

I have an existing medical condition. What do I do?

Guests with any medical condition(s) or special needs that may require treatment or attention or accommodation during the voyage, or needing to travel with medical apparatus, including wheelchairs, motorised scooters, oxygen therapy and so forth, should advise their Global Journeys Cruise Advisor at the time of booking.

Please note some ports of call may not be suitable for guests with limited mobility and in such cases, may disallow debarkation with a wheelchair or motorised scooter or for any individual with limited mobility.

Am I allowed to bring a wheelchair/scooter on board?

Yes, as long as the wheelchair or scooter is collapsible, and the width does not exceed 22" inches. Please let your Global Journeys Cruise Advisor know if you intend to travel with a mobility aid or have any special requirements.

Do all of the bathrooms on board the ships have a step up into the bathroom?

On board Marina and Riviera, all staterooms except for the wheelchair accessible ones, have a step up into the bathroom. However, suites (Penthouse and higher) do not have the step. On board Regatta, Insignia and Nautica, all staterooms have a step up into the bathroom except for category G wheelchair accessible staterooms. Ask your Global Journeys Cruise Advisor if you have special requirements when booking your stateroom or suite.

What special diets are available on the ships?

Special arrangements can be made if you require diabetic, gluten-free, lactose-free, kosher, vegetarian and vegan meals. Other diets must be requested for approval and, in some cases, may require additional medical documentation. Please let your Global Journeys Cruise Advisor know if you have special dietary requirements.

Can I embark, disembark or rejoin the ship in a different port of call?

Due to constant changes in laws and regulations and in order to provide you with the most up to date information, Oceania Cruises can send an Alternate Port Request on your behalf to embark, disembark or rejoin the ship in a different port at approximately six (6) months prior to the requested embark/debark date, as long as certain criteria are met. Please ask your Global Journeys Cruise Advisor if this is something you are interested in.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance?

Oceania Cruises recommends all guests to have adequate insurance cover against cancellation, medical expenses, loss of luggage and so on, and it is the guest's responsibility to ensure that adequate insurance is taken to cover the full purchase price of the cruise, including any air, land programme, accommodation or other third party service costs applicable to your itinerary, or which form part of a Fly Cruise Package, valid from the date of deposit being made.

Where do I find my cruise reservation documents?

All final cruise documents will be sent approximately 21 days prior to the sail date by your Global Journeys Cruise Advisor.

What is 'My Oceania'?

My Oceania allows you to manage your cruise reservation from one location. The Manage Reserve program features available shore excursions and documentation associated with your cruise. Guests are also able to make dining reservations for their cruise.

When are shore excursions available to book?

Shore excursions are available to book at 180 days prior to sailing and may be booked until seven days prior to sailing based on availability.

Which shore excursions can be selected as part of the OLife Choice Free Excursions amenity?

Any standard shore excursion that is not designated as an Oceania Select, Oceania Exclusive, Culinary Discovery Tour or any private vehicle offered as part of the Executive Collection program, may be selected as part of the OLife Choice Free Shore Excursion amenity.

Can I use my Shipboard Credit prior to cruise departure?

Shipboard credits are available to spend, online, prior to cruise departure. Guests may reserve shore excursions, culinary classes, La Reserve experiences and purchase beverage packages with shipboard credit prior to embarkation.

When can I make reservations in the specialty restaurants?

Specialty restaurant reservations may be made in advance in the Booked Cruises section of My Account on Oceania Cruises’ website according to the schedule below and may be changed up until 7 days prior to sailing. Your cruise booking must be paid in full prior to making reservations. Reservations may also be made on board. Guests with priority embarkation privileges (Concierge and above) will have Priority Reservations from 11:00am until 1:00pm in Polo Grill. Guests in other staterooms can make their specialty restaurant reservations from 1:00pm - 5pm.

Owner’s Suite, Vista Suite and Oceania Suite: Advance reservations may be made on the date final payment is due and has been received, which varies between 90 and 150 days, depending on length of sailing.

  • Penthouse Suite: Reservations may be made 75 days prior to sailing.
  • Concierge Level Veranda: Reservations may be made 60 days prior to sailing.
  • All Other Categories: Reservations may be made 45 days prior to sailing.
Can I invite my friends for dinner in the Specialty Restaurants?

Yes, depending on the date that the dining reservations open, the booking in the higher category can “invite” guests in the lower categories, provided final payment has been made.

What are the available dining times for reservations in the specialty restaurants?

The available dining times for reservations in the specialty restaurants are 6:30, 7:30, 8, 8:30 and 9 pm..

How do I get luggage tags?

If you did not receive luggage tags with your Cruise Vacation Guide prior to departure, you will receive luggage tags at the pier before embarking.

How much luggage can I bring?

Luggage must be able to be stored under the bed or in the closet. Each Guest may bring up to 30kg of baggage on board a cruise. Guests travelling by air will need to check with the applicable airline, if you have booked a Fly Cruise Package or flights otherwise form part of your itinerary, for specific restrictions.

What on board dress code should I pack for?

Recommended on board clothing is resort or country club casual. For evening dining, elegant casual resort wear is suggested. Oceania Cruises requests that casual jeans, shorts, t-shirts, baseball caps, or tennis shoes not be worn in the restaurants after 6pm. Baseball caps may be worn in the Terrace Café after 6pm.

What am I not allowed to bring on board?

The following items are prohibited on board Oceania vessels. These items will be confiscated and not transported aboard. When an item is determined to be illegal the appropriate authorities will be informed.

Prohibited Items

  • All illegal narcotics/drugs. (Including Marijuana prescribed for medical purposes and other items used as drug paraphernalia. This includes Hookah Pipes).
  • All firearms and weapons including replicas, imitations, non-firing weapons, starting pistols, stun devices, spear guns, knives, swords, blunt weapons, explosives, replicas, fireworks, ammunition and firearm components
  • Items containing incapacitating substances (e.g. gas guns, tear gas sprays, mace, phosphorus, acid and other dangerous chemicals that could be used to maim or disable)
  • Open razors
  • Restraining Devices (i.e. handcuffs, leg, and head restraining straps)
  • Flammable substances and hazardous chemicals. (e.g., petrol, methylated spirits, paint thinners, lighter fuel, etc.)
  • Large batteries
  • Items brought on board the vessel and not supplied by the Company containing any kind of heating element, such as but not limited to: immersion heaters, heating blankets, flat irons, water heaters, coffee machines with heating/hot plates, etc.
  • Any remotely controlled or autonomously flying devices, toys or drones
  • Self-balancing hover boards, air wheels, scooters, or Segways
  • Compressed gas tanks, bottles, cylinders including dive tanks, propane tanks and large aerosol cans
  • Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRB), ham radios, satellite phones, transformers, lasers and laser pointers
  • Any form of radio/ telephone signal jamming equipment

What kinds of outlets do the staterooms have?

Each stateroom has 2-110 volt outlets and 2-220 volt outlets which can be used for items such as battery chargers, hair dryers, razors and personal hygiene items.

Does Oceania Cruises provide free shuttle service?

The decision on whether free buses will be offered will be based on the port used and will be made closer to or during the sailing. Once on board, a list of ports that will offer a complimentary shuttle into town will be provided. Free shuttle buses are offered when:

  • The ship is docked a long walk from the main thoroughfare
  • Taxis and or public transportation are not easily accessible from the port
  • The port is industrial and not pedestrian-friendly
Is Wi-Fi available on the ships?

Yes, wireless Internet service is available throughout all ships. Limited promotions may also offer FREE internet.

Can I use more than one device for the FREE internet?

Yes, but only one user can be logged on at a time unless you are booked in one of the top suite categories (Owners Suites, Vista Suites or Oceania Suites) where the free Wi-Fi promotion applies to both guests and you receive two logins per suite. Additional logins may be purchased once on board. Pricing options will be provided on board.

What computer facilities are offered on the ship?

There are 16 computers available in the Oceania@Sea Internet Cafe on board each ship. The Oceania@Sea Internet Cafe is open 24 hours, until the last night of the cruise, when it closes at 11 p.m. Two additional computers are available in the library.

What is the alcohol policy for bringing bottles on board?

The maximum of 3 bottles of independent wine (per stateroom, per cruise) can be brought on board at embarkation for the duration of the cruise. This includes guests flying with their own wine or purchasing it on shore. Please let your Global Journeys Cruise Advisor know if you plan to take wine on board, so the ship can be advised.

Guests are welcome to enjoy their wine in the comfort and privacy of their stateroom or suite, or, if they prefer, may enjoy their wine in one of the ship’s dining rooms. Any wine consumed in the dining room or a public area will be subject to a corkage fee of $25.00USD per bottle.

Can I purchase bottles of wine at ports of call and bring them on board

Any additional alcohol purchases made in ports during the cruise, above and beyond the three bottles that can be brought aboard when you embark, may be held for you until the end of the cruise.

Can I book additional Specialty Restaurant Reservations on board?

Additional reservations for the Specialty Restaurants can be requested once on board by visiting the restaurant reservations desk. The additional reservations are subject to availability.

Does Oceania Cruises have valet and laundry facilities?

On board dry cleaning and laundry services are offered. Both regular and express services are available at an additional fee. Self-service laundry facilities are also available complimentary to all guests.

Do Oceania Cruises have medical services on board?

Each ship is equipped with limited medical facilities and staffed by international medical personnel. Customary Emergency Room fees and charges do apply for medical services and are dictated by the services performed by the ship's medical staff. Select medical services are included in the Exclusive Prestige Package on the Around the World cruises, ask your Cruise Advisor for further details.

Can I smoke on board?

For the safety and security of all guests and staff on board, Designated Smoking Areas are available on the forward, starboard corner of the Pool Deck and in the aft, port corner of Horizons. These areas are comfortably furnished and conveniently located near food and beverage areas. Smoking is expressly forbidden in all staterooms and suites, on verandas, or in any areas of the ship other than Designated Smoking Areas. Cigar and pipe smoking is only permitted on the forward, starboard corner of the Pool Deck. The use of electronic cigarettes is allowed within designated smoking areas only.

What currency is used on the ship?

Oceania Cruises uses a cashless system based on the US dollar. All on board purchases and services, other than the casino, will be billed to an on board account. You will be required to register an American Express, Mastercard or Visa card during the embarkation process.

Can I exchange my money for local currency?

For European voyages, Euros may be purchased from reception. For destinations in Europe that do not utilise the Euro, along with Far East and China, South America and the Caribbean, Oceania Cruises will endeavour to provide currency exchange services on board or provide the guest with information on currency exchange services available ashore. All foreign currency exchange transactions will be charged to the guest's on board account and a 5% transaction fee will be applied by Oceania Cruises.

Can I use my credit card to get a cash advance on the ship?

Cash advances are available at the reception desk. A daily limit of $500 per registered card can be billed to the guest's shipboard account. A 5% transaction fee will be applied to your account.

Are there ATM machines on board?

Currently there is an ATM on board Riviera only.

Can I use my mobile phone on board?

While at sea, guests can use their own mobile phones to make and receive calls, text messages and for data services. International roaming charges will apply and will be billed by your regular service provider. Consult your service provider for their International Roaming arrangements.

What is Oceania Cruises’ on board gratuity policy?

For your convenience, service charges have been included in your cruise fare. An additional gratuity per guest per day has also been included in any cruise fare for guests occupying Penthouse, Vista or Owner Suites where butler service is provided. An 18 percent gratuity is automatically added to bar bills, the bill for extra-charge eatery La Reserve and for services at ship spas.

Is room service available on board?

For your convenience, complimentary room service is available 24 hours a day from the extensive room service menu.

Is there a fee associated with the specialty restaurants?

Oceania Cruises does not charge an additional fee should you wish to dine in one of the specialty restaurants. Wine and Champagne experience or room reservation surcharges apply in La Reserve and Privee.

Are there any in-suite dining options on board the ships?

All Owner's Suites, Vista Suites, Oceania Suites and Penthouse Suites include a Butler to assist guests. On board Regatta, Nautica and Insignia, each Butler is assigned to 15-16 suites and each ship has 4 Butlers. Butler Service is available from 6:30 am to 10:00 pm.

On board Marina and Riviera, Butler Service is 24 hours per day. This is in addition to the cabin steward and assistant steward. Butlers can assist guests with a variety of services including: Course by course in-suite dining offered in all suite categories, Owner’s Suite, Vista Suites, Oceania Suites and Penthouse Suites.

Guests in suite accommodations can order in from any of the specialty restaurants, in addition to the standard items available on our 24-hour room service menu. Meals from the specialty restaurants may only be served during regular dining rooms in the suites. All guests must order from the same menu.

Can I upgrade my OLIFE House Select Beverage package?

Yes, guests may upgrade the House Select Beverage Package to the Prestige Select beverage package once on board only. The cost to upgrade is USD$ 20 per guest per day.

Do both guests need to upgrade the beverage package?

Both guests are not required to upgrade their House Select Beverage Package. If only one guest wishes to upgrade, they may do so once on board.

What is Oceania Club, and how do I become a member?

Once you travel with Oceania Cruises, you become a valued member of the Oceania Club and enjoy rewards such as exclusive cocktail receptions, exclusive savings and offers, shipboard credit and even free cruises. But most importantly, you become part of the Oceania Cruises family. Feel the warmth, friendliness and joy of becoming part of a family that makes you feel right at home, pampers you and makes certain that the more you sail, the more benefits you earn.

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