Oceania Cruises Quick Specs Oceania CruisesOCG Class: PremiumNewest Ship: RivieraNumber of Ships: 6Toll-Free (US): 855-OCEANIAwww.oceaniacruises.com ShipsSailings & ScheduleDestinationsLine Review Oceania Cruises Ships Oceania Cruises is a mid-market line with a fleet of five vessels. The line offers a variety of port-intensive itineraries around the world and is known for occasionally offering great deals that set them apart from competitors like two-for-one rates and free air. InsigniaYear Built: 1998Refurbished: 2014Passengers: 684Decks: 9Size: 30,277 tonsMarinaYear Built: 2010Passengers: 1,250Decks: 11Size: 66,084 tonsNauticaYear Built: 2000Refurbished: 2014Passengers: 684Decks: 9Size: 30,277 tonsRegattaYear Built: 1998Refurbished: 2014Passengers: 684Decks: 9Size: 30,200 tonsRivieraYear Built: 2012Passengers: 1,250Decks: 11Size: 66,084 tonsSirenaYear Built: 1999Refurbished: 2016Passengers: 684Decks: 11Size: 30,200 tons Oceania Cruises Cruise Sailing Schedule At a Glance Use the Oceania Cruises cruise schedule calendar below to find a Oceania Cruises cruise sailing by destination, departure port, or on a certain Oceania Cruises cruise ship. Click on the lowest cruise price under a month to see all cruises schedules and sailings for that cruising date and the destination, port of call, or ship. View Cruises by: Destination | Departure Port | Ship next month ›‹ prev month Departure PortAllMonthsAug2017Sep2017Oct2017Nov2017Dec2017Jan2018Feb2018Mar2018Apr2018May2018Jun2018Jul2018Aug2018Sep2018 By Monthviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewview Amsterdam, Netherlandsview view view Auckland, New Zealandview view view Bali Island, Indonesiaview view Bangkok, Thailandview view view Barcelona, Spainviewviewviewviewviewview viewviewviewviewview Beijing, Chinaview view Bridgetown, Barbadosview view Buenos Aires, Argentinaview view view Callao, Peruview viewviewview Cape Town, South Africaview view view Civitavecchia, Italyviewview viewview viewviewview Copenhagen, Denmarkviewviewview view Dubai, United Arab Emiratesview view Dublin, Irelandview view Hong Kong, Hong Kongview view Honolulu, HIview view Lisbon, Portugalview view viewview Los Angeles, CAview view view Miami, FLview viewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewviewview Monte Carlo, Monacoview view view Montreal, PQview viewview view Mumbai, Indiaview view New York, NYviewviewviewview viewview Oslo, Norwayview view Papeete, Society Islands, French Polynesiaview view viewview view Piraeus, Greeceview viewview view Rio de Janeiro, Brazilview view view view San Diego, CAview viewview San Francisco, CAview view view Seattle, WAviewview viewviewview Shanghai, Chinaview view Singapore, Singaporeview view view Southampton, Englandview view viewviewviewview Stockholm, Swedenview view viewview Sydney, New South Wales, Australiaview viewview view Tokyo, Japanview Vancouver, BCviewviewview view Venice, Italyview view view view viewview Yokohama, Japanview view Prices represent the lowest available price for a given sailing date, departure port, and/or month. All prices USD. Terms and Conditions:The prices listed are representative of actual prices provided by various cruise vendors and are not offered by TravelAgeWest.com or Northstar Travel Media, LLC. Price listed does not constitute a contract of services, implied or written. TravelAgeWest.com provides no cruise booking or purchase features. Prices are provided as a comparison tool only. Prices listed are per person, based on double occupancy and do include port taxes. Prices do not include taxes, fuel surcharges, gratuities, or airfare unless otherwise noted. Actual prices and fees are subject to vendor policies and are subject to availability, are capacity-controlled, and are subject to change without notice. Special amenities, prices, offers, and upgrades are based on select dates, ships, sailings, stateroom categories, and select fare codes. Cancellation penalties, blackout dates, and other restrictions may apply. All prices and dates may not be available at time of booking. Oceania Cruises Cruising Destinations Oceania Cruises offers a wide variety of sailing schedules allowing passengers to visit destinations and ports of call around the world. Popular Oceania Cruises itneraries include cruises sailing to Africa, Alaska, Australia & New Zealand, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, U.S Eastern Seaboard, the Mediterranean, The Orient, and more. AfricaAlaskaAustralia & New ZealandCaribbeanCentral America & Panama CanalEastern SeaboardMediterraneanOceania & South PacificScandinavia & Northern EuropeSouth AmericaThe OrientWorld Find Oceania Cruises Cruises By Departure Port Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesAmsterdam, NetherlandsAuckland, New ZealandBali Island, IndonesiaBangkok, ThailandBarcelona, SpainBeijing, ChinaBilbao, SpainBridgetown, BarbadosBuenos Aires, ArgentinaCallao, PeruCape Town, South AfricaCivitavecchia, ItalyCopenhagen, DenmarkDover, England Dubai, United Arab EmiratesDublin, IrelandHong Kong, Hong KongHonolulu, HILisbon, PortugalLos Angeles, CAMiami, FLMonte Carlo, MonacoMontreal, PQMumbai, IndiaNew York, NYOslo, NorwayPapeete, Society Islands, French PolynesiaPiraeus, GreeceReykjavik, Iceland Rio de Janeiro, BrazilSan Diego, CASan Francisco, CASan Juan, Puerto RicoSeattle, WAShanghai, ChinaSingapore, SingaporeStockholm, SwedenSydney, NSTokyo, JapanValparaiso, ChileVancouver, BCVenice, Italy travel42 Professional Review for Oceania Cruises Want to read the full Oceania Cruises travel42 Review? travel42 features professionally written reviews of more than 300 cruise ships, 78 cruise lines and more than 3,000 hotels in nearly 200 popular cruise embarkation ports worldwide, plus 7,000 additional destination hotels. Visit www.travel-42.com or call 1.866.566.8136 to learn more about subscribing. Born out of the ashes of Renaissance Cruises, a youngish line that folded in 2001, Oceania entered the cruise business with some of the same players and one, then two and now three of the former 680-passenger Renaissance ships built between 1988 and 1990. Almost from the start, the Regatta, the first ship, garnered favorable passenger reports, and Oceania did not make the mistake of excluding travel agents the way Renaissance had. The line’s pricing is often different from the pack, sometimes offering two-for-one rates and free air, but overall, the cruises are very fairly priced for what passengers receive. The ships are now owned by Prestige Cruise Holdings, a subsidiary of Apollo Management, and the company also owns Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Subscribe to travel42 to read the full review » Copyright (c) 2017 Northstar Travel Media, LLC. travel42.