Oceania is a luxury cruise line founded in 2002. Starting with 2 Regatta-class ships, the line quickly expanded to a fleet of 6 with plans for further expansion. Oceania launched with a goal to build a cruise line that emphasized a destination-intensive floating-hotel experience with top-notch food and superior service on small ships. Below are details on Oceania’s current and future fleet.
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|Launched||2011 / 2012|
|Refurbished||2021 / 2019|
|Length / Beam||785’ / 106’|
|Crew-to-Passenger Ratio: 1||1.6|
Marina & Riviera
The Marina and Riviera are sister-ships custom built for the Oceana line. In addition to staterooms with veranda, these ships offer a small number of Inside Staterooms and Deluxe Ocean View Staterooms.
Guests can dine at any of the 9 onboard restaurants, or splurge on a private dining experience at Privée. Guests that want to try their hands at preparing their own dishes can visit the Culinary Center, offering hands-on cooking classes. The ships also have 6 bars, a small casino and the Lounge where most evening entertainment is presented. A full-service spa is available, as well as a well-equipped fitness center. Guests can use the ships laundry service or use the launderettes (for a small fee) to refresh their attire on their own. Both ships boast 2 pools and 2 hot tubs. Addition outdoor areas include a putting green, shuffleboard, paddle tennis, and croquet/bocce.
|Launched||1998 / 1998 / 1999 / 2000|
|Refurbished||2018 / 2019 / 2019 / 2022|
|Length / Beam||594’ / 84’|
|Crew-to-Passenger Ratio: 1||1.8|
Insignia, Regatta, Sirena & Nautica
Sister-ships that were originally built for the now defunct Renaissance Cruises, these ships became the initial fleet of Oceania. In addition to staterooms with veranda, these ships offer Ocean View and Deluxe Ocean View Staterooms as well as a limited number of Inside Staterooms.
Although smaller than the Marina & Riviera, these ships still offer guests 6 dining options, 5 bars, a small casino and the Lounge, just like the larger ships. The slightly smaller spa is able to offer the same services and the fitness center easily meets the needs of guests. These ships offer laundry service and launderettes for a small fee. Outdoor space includes 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, a putting green and shuffleboard.
|Launched||2022 / 2025|
|Length / Beam||823’ / 105’|
|Crew-to-Passenger Ratio: 1||1.5|
Vista & Unnamed Allura Class Ship
The newest additions to the Oceania Fleet, these ships will elevate Oceania’s passion for serving The Finest Cuisine at Sea®. New restaurants include Ember, with a menu of inventive American creations blended with time-honored classics, and Aquamar Kitchen, offering indulgent, wellness-inspired dishes. The new ships will also include the Culinary Center found on the Marina and Riviera.
1 The number of passengers per crew member. A lower number tends to mean more attentive service. All of our partners have industry leading passenger to crew ratios.
2 The gross tonnage of the ship per passenger. A higher number means more space on board per passenger. Our partners typically have ~2x the industry average.