Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises


Oceania Cruises appeals to discerning, sophisticated travelers in search of world-class cuisine, unparalleled personal service, a luxurious onboard ambiance and enriching destination experiences.

Oceania Cruises is a Miami, Florida, United States-based shipping company that operates six premium cruise ships on worldwide itineraries. The sixth ship, formerly “Ocean Princess” and renamed “Sirena”, joined the fleet in 2016.

The company chartered the former Renaissance Cruises ship R Two from Cruiseinvest and renamed her Insignia in October 2002. In April 2003 the Insignia was chartered to the French travel agency TRM for three months, during which Oceania Cruises operated no vessels. On 15 June 2003 Oceania Cruises re-commenced service with two ships: the Insignia was renamed Regatta and a new ship (R One, a sister ship of the Insignia/Regatta, also chartered from Cruiseinvest) entered service as the new Insignia.

While it also offers shorter cruises, Oceania is also known for its long cruises lasting up to 180 days. The line’s president is Kunal S. Kamlani.

Subsidiary of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.



Miami, USA

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