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Oceania Cruises

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  • Oceania's 2016 world cruise selling fast

    Cabins are selling out for Oceania Cruises' Around the World in 180 Days cruise departing Miami on Jan. 4, 2016 aboard its 684-guest Insignia ship.
  • Norwegian to acquire Prestige Cruises in $3 billion deal

    Norwegian to acquire Prestige Cruises in $3 billion deal
    Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is expanding its cruise portfolio with the acquisition of Prestige Cruises International Inc., the operator of Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. On Tuesday, the company, which operates as Norwegian...

    Cruise lines offer up an education with your vacation

    Cruise lines offer up an education with your vacation
    The days when people went on a cruise vacation and returned home satisfied with just a tan have long been gone. Now passengers want more: to learn and accomplish something during their cruise – perhaps learning about local wines or how to...

    Regent Seven Seas completes fleet refurbishment

    Regent Seven Seas completes fleet refurbishment
    On the high-end side of the cruise spectrum, the all-inclusive line Regent Seven Seas has finished a multimillion refurbishment program of its three-ship fleet with the completion of the Seven Seas Mariner renovation. "Regent Seven Seas Cruises sets...

    Oceania to launch inaugural 180-day world cruise from PortMiami

    Oceania to launch inaugural 180-day world cruise from PortMiami
    Oceania Cruises said recently its first ever Around the World in 180 Days cruise aboard the 684-guest Insignia will depart PortMiami on Jan. 10, 2015. The world cruise, which returns July 8, will visit five continents, 44 countries and 89 ports of call,...