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Oceania Cruises

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About Oceania Cruises

Oceania is a small-ship cruise line for grownups, with an emphasis on destination-intensive itineraries. A focus on culinary exploration translates into multiple onboard dining venues with no surcharges, wine-pairing dinners and a series of unique foodie tours in port.

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  • Who goes on Oceania cruise ships?

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20 Nights

Southeast Asia Cruise

Port: Hong Kong • South China Sea • Hanoi • Hue • South China Sea • Ho Chi Minh City +9 more

445 reviews
Jun 3, 2025
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Oceania's new Vista docked alongside in Valletta, Malta on May 8, 2023 (Photo: Aaron Saunders)
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Drinks in Martinis on Deck 6 aboard Oceania's Vista (Photo: Aaron Saunders)
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Sailing the Mediterranean aboard Oceania's Vista (Photo: Aaron Saunders)
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Stateroom aboard Oceania's Vista (Photo: Aaron Saunders)
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120 Nights

120 Night World Cruise

Port: San Diego • Honolulu • Kailua • Nuku Hiva • Rangiroa • Moorea • Tahiti • Bora Bora +60 more

117 reviews
Mar 7, 2026
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16 Nights

Australia Cruise

Port: Sydney • Paihia • Auckland • Tauranga • Napier • Picton • Akaroa • Dunedin • Milford Sound +2 more

445 reviews
Jan 25, 2025
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41 Nights

World Cruise

Port: Boston • Newport • Hamilton • St. George • St. Barts • Antigua • St. Lucia • Barbados +18 more

233 reviews
Oct 27, 2025
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10 Nights

Canada Cruise

Port: Montreal • Troisrivieres • Baie-Comeau • Gaspe • Charlottetown • Sydney • St. Pierre • Sept-Iles +2 more

233 reviews
Sep 26, 2024
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7 Nights

Bermuda Cruise

Port: Boston • Newport • Atlantic Ocean • St. George • Hamilton • Atlantic Ocean • Boston

406 reviews
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12 Nights

Canada Cruise

Port: Montreal • Quebec City • Saguenay Fjord • Sydney • Halifax • Portland • Boston • New York +4 more

406 reviews
Oct 28, 2024
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15 Nights

Southeast Asia Cruise

Port: Hong Kong • Hanoi • Hue • Ho Chi Minh City • Singapore • Koh Samui • Bangkok

301 reviews
Feb 6, 2026
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19 Nights

World Cruise

Port: Vancouver • Inside Passage • Ketchikan • Sitka • Klawock • Prince Rupert • Outside Passage +10 more

445 reviews
Sep 14, 2024
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15 Nights

Southeast Asia Cruise

Port: Singapore • Koh Samui • Bangkok • Sihanoukville • South China Sea • Ho Chi Minh City • Nha Trang +4 more

804 reviews
Jan 12, 2025
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18 Nights

Transpacific Cruise

Port: Los Angeles • Pacific Ocean • Kailua • Honolulu • Hilo • Pacific Ocean • Raiatea • Bora Bora +2 more

406 reviews
Jan 8, 2025
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10 Nights

Tahiti Cruise

Port: Tahiti • Moorea • Tahiti • Nuku Hiva • Rangiroa • Bora Bora • Raiatea • Tahiti

445 reviews
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7 Nights

Mediterranean Cruise

Port: Athens • Katakolon • Rome • Florence • Monaco • Marseille • Barcelona

830 reviews
Jun 9, 2025
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15 Nights

Tahiti Cruise

Port: Honolulu • Kauai • Maui • Kailua • Hilo • Nuku Hiva • Rangiroa • Raiatea • Bora Bora +1 more

445 reviews
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12 Nights

Transatlantic Cruise

Port: Miami • King's Wharf • Horta • Ponta Delgada • Lisbon

233 reviews
May 4, 2026
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Oceania Cruises Tips, Activities, and Overview

Who goes on Oceania cruise ships?

Passengers tend to be 50-plus and well traveled, hailing mostly from the U.S. and Canada; generally, the longer the cruise, the older the cruiser. The line also draws travelers from the U.K., Ireland, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

Generally, Oceania doesn't have a formal children's program or onboard facilities, but in Alaska the line offers the Alaska Explorer Youth Program for kids between the ages of 5 and 12, with activities that reflect the region.

Do I have to dress up on a Oceania cruise?

The dress code onboard Oceania cruise ships is country club casual, intended to partner perfectly with the line's "whatever you want, whenever you want" mindset. Passengers typically do dress up, by their own choice, for occasions like a night dining in Jacques Pepin's onboard restaurant, and you won't see jeans, shorts, T-shirts or tennis shoes in the dining venues.

Is everything free on Oceania cruises?

Oceania is partially inclusive. All Oceania cruisers get free and unlimited soft drinks, bottled water, specialty coffees, teas and juices, as well as free unlimited internet and at least one reservation at the specialty restaurants. (Repeaters can go again by getting placed on a waiting list.)

Oceania cruisers have two fare options: Cruise Only or OLife Choice. Those who select the higher-priced OLife Choice fare receive complimentary round trip airfare and their choice of one of three options: up to eight shore excursions, a free beverage package or up to $800 shipboard credit. Passengers in the same stateroom must select the same amenity.

Extra costs include shore excursions, alcoholic beverages, spa and beauty services, and shop purchases. Cruisers in higher accommodation categories may have more inclusions.

What are Oceania’s most popular activities?

The spotlight onboard an Oceania sailing is on the destination, and enrichment lectures are always well attended. When the ships are at sea, many passengers head for the English-style library to stake out a huge leather chair and a good book along with pastry and coffee. The fitness center and spa also get a lot of use, and on Marina and Riviera, the large Artist's Loft studio is usually filled to capacity for creative workshops in painting and drawing, as are the Culinary Center's hands-on cooking classes.

Cruisers also show up for martini and wine tastings, lavish afternoon teas and classical string ensembles.

Why go with Oceania?

  • Luxury, destination-intensive sailing focusing on dining, service.
  • Country club casual dress code onboard.
  • One of the best value-for-money options in cruising.

Best for: Foodies, and those who want a more a la carte upscale experience

Not for: Night owls who want a variety of entertainment options

Oceania Cruises Cruiser Reviews

Iceland Adventure

00 for a drink with a one ounce shot plus the automatic 20 percent tip.While I applaud their comradery, it left us With limited places to sit and enjoy the amenities The mandatory 20 percent tip for many services seems excessive.Read More
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Senior Traveller 76

few6-10 Cruises

Age 77s

Last attempt to have Oceania Redeem itself gails

Waves Restaurant has been closed for days with no end in sight.It’s been three days and three poorly prepared meals, unprepared staff, problematic items.Read More
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Jakeforschools

few6-10 Cruises

Age 52s

Alaska Experience

The food was good, specialty steak restaurant was wonderful- specialty Italian restaurant was only ok.Staff was wonderful and extremely helpful.Read More
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Alaska June experience

many10+ Cruises

Age 71s

Food and service

Good choice of alcoholic beverages with very knowledgeable bar tender.One night Chicken a la Keiv was offered which is our favorite dinner choice but it was so extremely dry!Read More
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Susan RitterPi

couple2-5 Cruises

Age 67s

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