Oceania Turns Five

When you think of cruises, Oceania is probably not the first cruise line that comes to mind. If you’re not a cruise fanatic, you may have not even heard about it. It only has 3 ships (and 2 currently on order), each of which carries only 684 passengers (compared that to the 2850 Celebrity’s Solstice carries). The ships are not new, but they are superbly maintained.Oceania's Regatta They are called Regatta, Insignia, and Nautica.

Oceania caters to a mature audience, and considers itself an upper-premium cruise line, with gourmet cuisine, excellent service, luxury accomodations, and great value. It sails to more than 180 ports across the world, and prides itself in visiting ports that most cruise lines don’t touch. Some of them are St. Barts, Antigua, Dominica, Kyoto, Darwin, Komodo, Ko Samui, Mikonos, Sorrento, Tallin, etc.

I saw the Regatta a couple of years ago on a ship inspection, and these are some of the pictures I took:


Pool Area

RegattaBalcony StateroomRegattaFor their 5th Anniversary, Oceania has just announced a terrific promotion with savings of up to 72% and prices as low as $1249 per passenger. Also, single cruisers, who usually pay twice the passenger rate, only pay a 25% premium.

RestaurantFor 2009 sailings included in the promotion, passengers receive  $2000 off a reduced rate and free airfare from over 20 airports on certain categories. For some of next Winter’s sailings, the promotion includes up to $1500 off reduced prices, free airfare from major airports, $500 shipboard credit, and free gratuities.

The list of sailings that apply are (if you can’t see the list clearly, click on it and it will take you to our website):


Oceania 2009 Sale


Oceania 2010 Sale

If you’re interested in learning more about Oceania Cruises and this promotion, please contact us. We’ll be happy to help you plan your next cruise!


Enrique Brener
KC Travel
N. Miami Beach, FL
FL Seller of Travel Reg. TI-35171


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