There are no special facilities or programs for children or teens, and Oceania makes no bones about the fact that its ships aren't the best for kids. There's little, aside from the pool, Ping-Pong table and miniature golf facilities, to interest the young set. The only nods to families are cabins available with Pullman beds or sofa beds, and a few cabins with adjoining doors. However, any children younger than 18 must occupy the same stateroom as an adult.
Infant passengers must be a minimum of 1 year of age as of the first day of the cruise. And if you're pregnant, you're not allowed onboard if you've entered your 24th week of pregnancy or if you will enter it at any time during the cruise.