All posts in Oceania Cruises

Oceania Insignia

Oceania’s Insignia is an upper-end, premium cruise ship that features elegant public spaces and beautiful appointments in its staterooms. It was the first R-ship built for the now-defunct Renaissance Cruises (sailing as Columbus 2), and it has recently received an extensive retrofit and renewal to fit in with Oceania’s high standards of luxury. Read more [...]

Oceania Sirena

Oceania Cruises’ ship Serena offers the same high standard of elegance as other ships in the line’s fleet, such as the Oceania Nautica. Sirena caters to seasoned world travelers and passionate cruisers, providing access to gorgeous teak decks, custom-tiled flooring, and other design delights. Sirena is ideal for travelers who like a sophisticated space for cruising that is not pretentious in any way. Read more [...]
Oceana Insignia

Oceania Insignia

With so many cruise lines to choose from, how do you which will give you the cruise experience you want? You have to do research of course, to find out about the itineraries, ship offerings, and cruise prices on various cruise lines. If you already know you want to take a luxury cruise aboard an intimate ship, to an exotic locale like Hong Kong, the Caribbean, or the Mediterranean, we can help you narrow down your options. We think Oceania Insignia is a top ship for cruising to beautiful and exciting destinations, such as the ones we mentioned and Africa, Central America, and the South Pacific. Read more [...]
Catalina Cruises

Catalina Island Cruises

Looking for adventure off the coast of Southern California? Take a Catalina cruise and visit an island that offers hiking, dining, shopping, wildlife observing and many other wonderful things to do and see. Catalina Island Cruises can be enjoyed on big and small ships. Visitors to California often like to board big cruise vessels and venture off to Catalina, and then head down to Baja Mexico for more fun. Read more [...]

Oceania Cruises: An Overview

Oceania Cruises, sometimes called "Oceania Cruise Line" or just "Oceania," is a luxury cruise line based in Miami, Florida. It is owned by Apollo Global Management, the enormous American private equity firm that also owns (among many other things) another luxury cruise line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Oceania operates four vessels and is the largest luxury cruise line in the world. (Although the word "luxury" is somewhat imprecise, so perhaps a larger cruise line that calls itself "luxurious" - an attractive marketing word - is larger.) Like other luxury cruise lines, Oceania Cruises is less well-known than some of the giants of the cruise industry, so below we shed some light on the company and its cruises. Read more [...]

Seattle Cruises

Five major cruise lines feature weekly service from Seattle aboard 10 premier vessels. Norwegian Cruise Line and Celebrity Cruises depart from the Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal at Pier 66. Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and Royal Caribbean depart from the Terminal 30 Cruise Facility. Read more [...]