About This Line
Midsize Ships: Oceania’s deluxe ships are quite manageable in size: three have fewer than 850 passengers, the largest fewer than 1,300 passengers.
Great Destinations: Oceania itineraries are destination oriented and offer overnights in many top ports.
Cuisine: Oceania Cruises’ chefs are serious about food and serve noteworthy cuisine in all restaurants on board.
Surprisingly Affordable: Cruises on Oceania approach true luxury in style, but not when it comes to fares—they are quite affordable.
No Smoking: Oceania ships are almost entirely smoke-free, with small, designated areas set aside for smokers.
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