Oceania Cruises’ ships really are special. Not just because of the line’s proud boast that it serves “The Finest Cuisine at Sea.”
Oceania Cruises also takes its guests to some of the best destinations – their perfect size means they take you to places the bigger ships can’t reach.
And the good news is you can now experience the OLife Difference at a very special price with Oceania Cruises’ OLife Ultimate offer –
Book before the end of March, and you’ll save up to 25 per cent, plus receive all amenities for free with the OLife Ultimate package – this includes up to eight free shore excursions, free internet, a free house beverage package and up to US$800 shipboard credit on select itineraries.
The special offer is available on a selection of different itineraries this year, including Europe voyages.
The 684-passenger Sirena has a seven-day voyage from Monte Carlo to Rome departing on 16 August, where you will be entitled to four shore excursions, a beverage package, free internet and US$400 shipboard credit (amenities are per stateroom, based on dual occupancy).
Apart from iconic Venice and stunning Rome, this cruise will call at Antibes, Toulon, Mahon, Ajaccio, Portofino and Porto Santo Stefano.
Fares start from just $2,725 per person.
Or how about a 12-day itinerary from trendy London (Southampton) to beautiful Barcelona, departing on 2 October on board the 684- passenger Nautica with six complimentary shore excursions, a beverage package, free internet and US$600 shipboard credit (amenities are per stateroom, based on dual occupancy).
The cruise will visit St Peter Port, Brest, La Rochelle, Bordeaux, Lisbon, Cadiz, Granada, Alicante and Barcelona. Fares start from only $4635pp
The 1250-passenger Marina has a 7-day itinerary from Rome to Monte Carlo departing on 4 November which offers four complimentary shore excursions, a beverage package, free internet and US$400 onboard credit. Fares start from $2850 per person.
If you are looking to cruise from Venice to Rome, the 684-passenger Nautica has a 10-day itinerary departing Venice on 7 November which entitles you to six free shore excursions, a beverage package, free internet and US$600 onboard credit. The cruise will visit Umbria, Dubrovnik, Tirana, Corfu, Messina, Naples/Pompeii, Gaeta and Rome. Fares start from $4550pp.
There are no surcharges for dining at specialty restaurants aboard Oceania Cruises. With open-seating, you have the freedom to dine whenever and with whom you want. Guests also have complimentary and unlimited non-alcoholic beverages, free 24-hour room service and free shuttle service from ship to many city centres.
That’s living the OLife.
Fresh from a comprehensive facelift, Oceania Cruises’ newly refurbished Insignia visited Sydney earlier this month, as part of its 180-day world cruise from New York to Miami.