Oceania Cruises has expanded its cruise resumption plans to three more ships as part of the wider cruise restart announcement by parent company Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings.
Oceania Cruises has upgraded its onboard dining experience ahead of its scheduled return to service with its ship Marina in August.
Oceania Cruises has introduced the Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center, which will be available across its fleet of six ships by the end of January, 2020.
Oceania Cruises has completed a bow-to-stern refurbishment on a second cruise ship, Sirena, as part of the US $100-million OceaniaNext brand enhancement program.
After several weeks in dry-dock, Riviera has emerged from a major refurbishment as part of the OceaniaNext fleetwide enhancement program.
Oceania Cruises has unveiled a new on-board menu that is sure to prove popular with Middle East guests, because although its vegan, it’s also therefore halal by default.
Oceania Insignia has left dry-dock following a 16-day refurbishment that saw almost all of the ship’s cabins and public areas redecorated and upgraded ahead of her 180-day World Cruise, which includes a […]