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 […]