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Oceania Cruises Blog

Visit our official blog – now with a fresh new look and feel – for luxury travel posts, exclusive looks at The Finest Cuisine at Sea™, expert destination guides, delicious recipes, valuable insights from other guests, Oceania Cruises insider tips and much more.
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    From The Blog

    Vegan Cuisine Options on Oceania Cruises

    The Finest Cuisine at Sea™ now includes an array of delicious plant-based options at The Grand Dining Room. We recently debuted the most expansive vegan menu offerings and the only cold-pressed raw juice and vegan smoothie bars at sea. Try…

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    Guest Reviews

    Why Do I Like Cruising on Oceania

    Why do I like cruising on Oceania. Firstly I would say it's the staff and friendliness of all the crew on board.  They make one feel special and welcome at all times and nothing is too much trouble for them.  Next the food.  I have sailed coming up 40 times (244 days since November 26th 2017 till January 16th this year).  The food quality has never gone down and is always first class.  Also I prefer the smaller ships of the fleet.  When I board I feel I have come home.  I am leaving April 2nd on my 40th cruise and have already booked the around the world 2020 and just booked around the world 2021. 

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    Media Reviews

    I Went on a Wellness Cruise and It Was Actually Pretty Awesome

    I’d never thought much about cruise ships until last year, when I noticed that wellness had become a serious focus for an industry better known for all-you-can-eat buffets. As the editor of Bon Appétit’s sister brand Healthyish, I spend a lot of time thinking about the lifestyle these cruise lines promise—filled with vegan grain bowls and therapeutic massages—but embarrassingly little time actually living it.

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Featured Cruise

Rome to Monte Carlo

The Coasts of Italy and Beyond | Sail from ancient Rome around the boot of Italy and north to an overnight stay in Venice, stopping to visit Greece, Montenegro and Croatia along the way.