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Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises offer an appealing proposition – port-intensive itineraries with long days in port, great food, and a relaxed, unpretentious style that will just suit the inquisitive traveller.

Whether you choose one of the classic smaller R class ships, the purpose built slightly larger O class, or the new A class ships, you can expect the same levels of Oceania Cruises delivery, with a huge emphasis on excellent food, and fascinating worldwide itineraries which can be combined to create lengthy trips.

Our Insight

Why Oceania Cruises?

The four classic Oceania ships, Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena, all refurbished to Oceania's high standards, are an appealing size with just under 700 passengers. The larger Marina and Riviera, with a capacity of 1,250, are perhaps better described as 'medium-sized' rather than 'small' ships, but they still feel intimate and spacious, and are able to offer even more choices of venue on board. The first of two new 1,200-guest 'Allura class' ships, Vista, launched in 2023, with sister ship Allura setting sail in 2025.

What we love about Oceania Cruises is their clarity of vision: right from the start they (and we) knew exactly what they were about. Outstanding food is top of the list for them, and they deliver exactly that on all ships, with relaxed open seating dining and a choice of restaurants, which is even more extensive on the larger Oceania ships.

Alongside that, it is all about the itineraries: except when it is just not possible, you can expect to be in port more or less every day on your Oceania cruise, and the assumption is that you will spend as much time ashore as you possibly can. In more exotic and remote destinations, many of the itineraries are quite lengthy, and even the shorter ones can be combined to make a long voyage.

Oceania assume that you'll be spending lots of time ashore and so they tend to have a more relaxed dress code - the thinking is that you don't want to have to race back on board to spend time getting your finery sorted for the evening.

Finally, just because they are not aiming for the refinements of the Best of the Best, doesn't mean that Oceania cannot cater to the most demanding tastes, and we consider the top accommodation on the newer ships to be some of the best afloat. We're not the only ones who think that, so you need to book early to get the suite you want.


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Our reputation

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We're proud to have been recognised as one of Oceania Cruises' key agents and are members of the Oceania Cruise Connoisseur Club programme.

2023 Cruise Connoisseur Club Member
2024 Cruise Connoisseur Club Member

”I have always been impressed by their service levels, the care and attention given to every booking and the fact that every individual’s needs are taken care of. ”

Bernard Carter, Managing Director, UK & Europe, Oceania

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect cruise holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7670 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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Mundy Cruising office in Russell Square, London