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Natalya grew up in tropical North Queensland and Moved to Brisbane to Join the Globenet Team, with now 11 years in holiday planning, She likes to delight her clients with exceptional knowledge to fulfil their holiday plans. Natalya loves to explore Europe and Asia and likes to cruise at least once a year.

"If seasickness is a concern, visit the ship's doctor within the first 24 hours for "the jab". If you leave it too long to get it it won't be as effective. Also travel insurance will generally cover the cost of this (but speak with your insurer)."

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Ships visiting Australia + S-E Asia: Insignia | Marina

Oceania Cruises, based in Florida, operates six luxury cruise ships on world-wide itineraries, ranging from 7 to 180 nights. Four ships are the very popular 30,277 GT R-Class vessels – with that smaller ship ambiance couched in luxury – and two larger 66,084 GT new vessels. It is currently the world’s largest upscale cruise line, offering a destination-oriented, floating-hotel experience, with cuisine “finest at sea” and superior service at a mid-market price. Oceania is popularly known as “the foodie cruise line.” Oceania Cruises earned five first-place awards in the 2016 Cruise Critic Cruisers' Choice Award, including its fifth consecutive win for offering the finest cuisine at sea. Many new ports are added annually to its present 330 destinations, and include the South Pacific, Caribbean, South America, the Middle East and Asia. Many overnight port stays allow passengers to immerse themselves in the history, culture and local flavour of the regions.

Oceania ships offer theme cruises – Signature Sailings – exploring culinary, wine, music and health themes. Her vessels have a high ratio of standard balcony staterooms. Dress code is country-club casual, and your fellow-guests are likely middle-aged and older couples seeking relaxation. Dining is free-style in the main dining rooms and all specialty restaurants. The spas offer premium services at reasonable prices. The company offers one of the industry's best value-for-money options in cruising, offering luxury-level food and service with fewer inclusions (such as liquor, shore tours and pre-cruise hotel stays) in its base fares. Most gratuities are included in Australian fares.

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017 Ships

• Insignia
• Marina
• Nautica
• Regatta
• Riviera

Insignia 2016-2017 Insignia
Passengers:684 | Cabin sizes:14-100m²
Travel the world with one of the world’s top six luxury lines, at a competitive fare, and the most popular small ship design afloat. Look at her itineraries, select a sector of the world that looks intriguing, ... More »
Marina 2016-2017 Marina
Passengers:1250 | Cabin sizes:16-186m²
Marina sails arounds the UK and Baltic regions before leaving in mid-September for the warm Mediterranean. In late September 2016 cross the Atlantic from Spain to Rio de Janeiro at a reduced fare. Being a small... More »
Nautica 2016-2017 Nautica
Passengers:684 | Cabin sizes:14-100m²
Nautica is a premium world traveller. Follow the sun to Near Asia, Africa, Indian Ocean, Far East, Mediterranean, Arctic regions and Baltic Sea. No itineraries could be considered ordinary or repeated. Call at ... More »
Regatta 2016-2017 Regatta
Passengers:684 | Cabin sizes:14-100m²
Regatta leaves the Alaskan fjords to head, in September 2016, for the US and Canadian maritime states with their magnificent colours during the northern Fall. Late in the year cruise the Caribbean, and there’s ... More »
Riviera 2016-2017 Riviera
Passengers:1250 | Cabin sizes:16-186m²
Riviera received six UK Cruise Critic Cruisers’ Awards in 2016, including “Best Cruises Overall.” Until early November 2016 Riviera sails to all parts of the Mediterranean, from 7 to 22 nights. Just select the ... More »
Oceania Cruises — Cruiseline Review Rating: 4.8 out of 5 based on 10 ratings.

Top 10 Daily Deals for Oceania Cruises

Listed below (in descending order) are the 10 lowest daily rates found from our exclusive searches of EVERY cabin on EVERY ship on EVERY future cruise by this cruiseline. Results are updated here whenever changes are found, but this varies considerably with different cruiselines. If you want the cheapest cruise on this ship, this is where you will find it every time so check back often!

Sold out Available OBC = On Board Credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

5

OCT 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

10

NIGHTS

Dep: Barcelona


Ret: Barcelona

$1,827

$183

11

DEC 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

12

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$2,260

$188

14

APR 17

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

20

NIGHTS

Dep: Mumbai


Ret: Athens

$3,890

$195

1

NOV 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

20

NIGHTS

Dep: Athens


Ret: Dubai

$3,930

$197

15

AUG 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

11

NIGHTS

Dep: Southampton


Ret: Copenhagen

$2,210

$201

15

OCT 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

7

NIGHTS

Dep: Barcelona


Ret: Rome (Civitavecchia)

$1,420

$203

12

SEP 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

10

NIGHTS

Dep: Athens


Ret: Athens

$2,063

$206

22

SEP 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

10

NIGHTS

Dep: Athens


Ret: Athens

$2,063

$206

15

DEC 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

7

NIGHTS

Dep: Miami


Ret: Miami

$1,480

$211

28

AUG 16

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

12

NIGHTS

Dep: Copenhagen


Ret: Southampton

$2,555

$213

Oceania Cruises 2016-2017

Oceania Cruises facts

Avg star rating: 4.7 stars
Avg ship capacity: 910
Avg passenger/space ratio: 47
Avg crew/passenger ratio: 0.58

What's included? ▼

  • All main meals on-board
  • Gourmet dining for all meals
  • Specialty coffee, tea, bottled water, juices & snacks 24 hrs
  • Afternoon tea of sandwiches, cakes & pastries daily
  • Open/anytime seating & multi-venue dining
  • Specialty restaurants no extra charge
  • Captain’s welcome cocktail party (Previous guests)
  • Welcome bottle of champagne (Suites)
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Stocked in-suite mini-bar at no charge (non-alcoholic)
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Specialty lectures, workshops, classes & programs
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Butler service (Suites)
  • Concierge service
  • Port maps and/or guide books
  • Destination seminars and/or lectures
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Shuttle service port-to-CBD (many ports)

What's excluded? ▼

  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Gratuities: Staterooms USD 16 pp/night;with butler service USD 23pp/night. See Purser to adjust at your discretion.
  • Service charge: beverages, spa, La Reserve dinner 18%

Happy Customers

Thanks guys, l don't like much contact for a simple cruise, so for me it was great. Possibly for someone who has never travelled you may have given more contact and advise but again for me l was happy."

Reviewer: Trudi S, QLD
Date: 16 June 2016
Rating: 9.33

Rating: 9.8/10 from 4511 reviews
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