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Vintage Dom Perignon tastings, Greek cooking classes and Ralph Lauren Home furnishings in your suite – these are just a few of the luxuries guests will find onboard Oceania Cruises.

Oceania Cruises’ world-renowned fleet is small in size and big on luxury. Its newest cruise ships, the purpose built Marina and Riviera, accommodate just 1,250 guests each with close to 800 staff, while its four Regatta Class ships accommodate just 684 guests.

It’s rare to get a glimpse at the opulent details on board. Oceania Cruises’ luxury cruises boast custom-made Italian beds, Lalique staircases and Bulgari amenities.

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Hint: It includes $500 worth of fine wine as well as other attractive onboard amenities.

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O Class Pool Deck
O Class Pool Deck

Good cruises come in small packages

Safety is a number one priority for most cruise guests following the pandemic. Whether it’s a New Zealand cruise, or a cruise around the world, Australians are searching for smaller, more experiential adventures.

Oceania Cruises’ high staff to guest ratio ensures impeccable service. On board Marina and Riviera, the ratio is one staff member to every 1.5 guests, and 1.7 on InsigniaSirenaRegatta and Nautica.

The small size means the best of everything, especially when it comes to service.

Oceania Cruises’ guests staying in suites receive flowers and a turndown note from their personal butler each night and the incredible Grand Dining maître d remembers each guest’s dinner preferences when they return to sail on a second, third or fourth cruise.

Marina and Riviera also boast an Artist Loft, where you can channel your inner Rembrandt with guidance from an artist-in-residence, or head to The Culinary Centre, the first hands-on-cooking school at sea.

O Class Penthouse Suite
O Class Penthouse Suite

Food, glorious food

The chefs onboard Oceania Cruises’ luxury ships have spent years working at some of the world’s most applauded restaurants. And they bring their culinary talents to multiple fine-dining establishments at sea, with meals included at no extra cost.

Expect jazz nights, perfectly-made martinis, and premium tastings of scotch and champagne. Savour the bold flavours of Asia at Red Ginger (Marina and Riviera) and upscale Italian at Toscana.

In La Reserve onboard Marina and Rivera, you can enjoy one of three pairing dinners, including The Dom Pérignon Experience, which is sophisticated, memorable, decadent, and fun. Think vintage Dom with a degustation menu.

And then there’s the option of savouring the chef’s ‘Market Dinner’, curated using only produce, wines and cooking techniques from a region you’re cruising through.

MS Insignia grand dining room
Grand Dining Board on Regatta Class ships

Oceania Cruises’ shore excursions

Oceania Cruises crafts in-depth, bespoke shore excursions for luxury cruise guests who really want to get under the skin of a destination.

When you’re in Venice, it’s a rite of passage to cruise a canal in a gondola. But you should also watch the Murano Island glass blowers, find bartenders who have perfected the art of mixing the Bellini (it was invented here, after all), and speak with locals who will show you the best vantage to catch a sunset.

Picture yourself sampling traditional tapas on the streets of Barcelona, and then returning to your Oceania Cruises ship to learn how to prepare them in The Culinary Centre. Or arriving in Shanghai and enjoying sunrise tai chi in a park with a private instructor.

Experiencing destinations like a local is what Oceania Cruises’ shore excursions are all about. Their immersive shore excursions reveal insider secrets that only come from decades of experience and innumerable connections.

Milford Sound, New Zealand
Milford Sound, New Zealand

Cruises are filling up fast

Luxury cruise companies have reported record-breaking cruise sales for 2022 and 2023 with some sailings selling out in ONE day.

It’s clear that Australians can’t wait to get back out on the high seas again.

Book your luxury 2022 or 2023 Oceania Cruises journey today, before you miss the boat.

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Fun on the pool deck of MS Insignia
Fun on the pool deck of MS Insignia © Jerry Wyszatycki/Avatar Productions

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Lead image: Riviera in Istanbul

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