Famous for sea, sun and swaying palm trees, Miami is a young and trendy city which dazzles visitors with its subtropical climate and cosmopolitan lifestyle.
Key West is the furthermost point south on the US mainland and only 60 miles north of Cuba. Here where bohemians and artists reside in wooden houses amid lush tropical vegetation, is a religion for whom the term "laid back" might have originally been coined.
On Colombia’s Caribbean-facing coast, Cartagena is a handsome and historic city, with distinctive Colonial architecture dating back to the sixteenth century.
Puntarenas, which means "Sandy Point" in Spanish, is the capital and main city in the province Puntarenas, Costa Rica, at the Pacific coast. The oddly-shaped province has its largest section in the South, far from the capital. A mountainous country, Costa Rica ranges from sea level to peaks as high as 13,000 feet and a succession of white, sandy beaches follow one another along the Pacific Coast. The country was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1502.
Nicaragua’s largest port, Corinto sits on an island connected to the mainland by bridges. Nicaragua is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, and the area offers long stretches of white sand and clear blue waters. Visit the nearby city of León to see the wonderful cathedral, monuments and colonial buildings as well as the ruins of León Viejo, one of the oldest Spanish settlements in the Americas.
Go whale-watching, snorkeling, rainforest ziplining, deep-sea fishing or horseback riding. Or enjoy world-class shopping, tequila-tasting and people-watching along the Malecon, which also boasts sculptures created by world famous artists.
Los Angeles is a hub of glamour, ambition and hard-work. Enjoy its laid-back beachfront living, prestigious museums and galleries, fashionable celebrity haunts and exhilarating theme parks.
From the impressive Golden Gate Bridge to the famous Alcatraz Island, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do in the city by the Bay.
San Diego is living proof that a big city can still feel like a small town. Its Spanish heritage is evident at popular sights like the Junípero Serra Museum, where the first mission was founded, and at Point Loma, which is dominated by a statue of explorer Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo. The breathtaking point is also a great spot to watch for migrating Pacific gray whales. Other noteworthy attractions include the thought-provoking San Diego Museum of Man, the peaceful Botanical Building and Lily Pond, and the signature San Diego Zoo, where rare species such as giant pandas and lowland gorillas are exhibited. Ship buffs will enjoy the maritime museum, where you can board and tour the vessels
On the southern tip of the Mexican peninsula that borders California, its dramatic coastline, protected marine reserves and fun-filled bars make it a popular destination for sun-kissed adventure.
Acapulco is a resort destination with extensive history, a beautiful natural setting, a wide variety of recreation opportunities and fabulous shopping. It's also known for its almost perfect weather – sunshine 360 days a year on average.
Visit the Regional Museum of Anthropology and History of the Soconusco and admire pieces from the Pre-Classic Maya period. Journey into the Sierra Madre Mountains to discover one of the oldest coffee plantations in the region.
Drive into the mountains to beautiful old Antigua, once the country's colonial capital, and discover its lovely bougainvillea draped buildings and breathtaking views of emerald volcanoes.
An important port city in the Province of Manabí, located in a dry forest area, with some of the most beautiful beaches in South America.
The colourful capital of Peru, Lima has long been renowned for its rich history.
Wander through this entrancing fishing village at the edge of the desert; it rains only once every 25 years. Marvel at the Nazca Lines, geoglyphs carved into the desert floor by pre-Incan societies, over 300 figural drawings that remain virtually undamaged through the centuries.
In 1550 the city's spectacular harbor first attracted the Spanish, who stayed to mine deep reserves of copper and gold. After a tour of the city's scenic attractions, including the lighthouse, the graceful cathedral built in 1844 and the archaeological museum, visit the Enchanted Valley's stone engravings and the Tololo Observatory perched 6,000 feet above the Elqui Valley.
Enjoy the Bavarian ambiance of the Lake District as you visit the edge of the Patagonian wilderness, seeing pristine wood forests, vast lakes, soaring waterfalls, snow-capped peaks and spectacular vistas.
Experience a bit of rugged Patagonia with a drive into the Andes Mountains through a stunning valley to the Rio Simpson National Reserve and the town of Coyhaique. Or visit the magnificent private Aikén del Sur Park with its many waterfalls, wetlands, forests and mosses.
Be awed by the huge and incredible San Valentin Glacier, one of four that move in every direction from soaring San Valentin Mountain. As your catamaran enters the lagoon through a narrow opening, you'll pass floating pieces of ice. Before you stands the brilliant and dense glacier. Keep your camera handy and listen for the distinctive crack and resounding crash of the glacier calving.
Explore the town and its history and enjoy stunning views over the Strait of Magellan to fabled Tierra del Fuego. Discover the scenic Patagonian countryside and visit a local sheep farm. The highlight is the Magellanic penguin rookery at Otway Sound. Or fly to Chile's magnificent Torres Del Paine National Park.
Widely considered to be the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia’s sea, mountain and forest views have captivated tourists for years.
The capital of the Falkland Islands, Stanley, offers you a base from which to explore South Atlantic wildlife, sights and natural beauty.
Populated by Welsh immigrants during the nineteenth century, Puerto Madryn is a beachfront city with lovely landscapes and diverse wildlife.
Buenos Aires is the confident capital of Argentina. Beside the busy port is a metropolis boasting eclectic architecture, delicious parrilla-based cuisine and passionate Porteños.
Founded as a Spanish citadel in the eighteenth century, Montevideo has grown into a bold, intellectual and cosmopolitan city.
Spend the day enjoying this beautiful, chic beach resort, its marinas and interesting shops. See amazing works by Dali, Chagall and Miro at the Ralli Museum. Or venture into the equally stunning countryside and visit a cattle station. Shopping:
Explore this lovely old Portuguese city, its gracious squares and beautiful churches. Visit the Museum of Sacred Art and the fascinating oceanographic museum. Or see the vast pampas and feel the gaucho life on a local estancia. Shopping:
Perched on a lovely peninsula in southern Brazil, Porto Belo is revered for its beaches, most especially Bombas and Bombinhas, which share a beautiful emerald-green bay. In fact, the area is called the "Emerald Coast." Diving and snorkeling are spectacular in the nearby Marine Reserve of Arvoredo because warm and cooler waters meet here, attracting an incredible diversity of marine life.
Journey inland to vibrant São Paulo and see its modern skyscrapers and monuments and visit the beautiful art museum. Or explore charming Santos and its extraordinary botanical garden, including an orchidarium with over 100 flower species and an aviary alive with macaws, toucans and parrots. Take a scenic drive to Guaruja and visit the resort town's fascinating aquarium.
Savor this gem of a historic town with its beautifully preserved Portuguese colonial architecture, charming narrow streets, imposing fort and exquisite churches. Enjoy a leisurely schooner cruise through this group of lush islands past quaint fishing villages and pristine beaches. Stop at a beach to swim, snorkel or just relax.
Enjoy exploring this beautiful island, hiking its trails, kayaking, snorkeling, diving to spectacular sites or simply relaxing on its gorgeous beaches. Savor the dense tropical forest with its diversity of birds, flowers, iguanas, monkeys and myriad wildlife found in this protected reserve.
Considered the St. Tropez of Brazil, Buzios boasts a cosmopolitan style reminiscent of the French Riviera. Sunbathe at one of the twenty beaches, including Azeda Beach with its calm and crystal-clear waters. Horseback riding, fishing, diving and catamaran cruises are also popular. Take a walking tour of the Emerências Reserve, where you'll find exotic plants, bromeliads and even the last golden lion tamarin monkeys in the region. At the Tauá Reserve, see more than 300 species of butterflies and 60 types of birds.
Hot all year round and with a tropical rainforest extending down to the sea, it’s easy to understand why Rio de Janeiro is known as “Cidade Maravihosa” (“The Marvellous City”).
Discover colonial Brazil in Recife and nearby Olinda and step back in time along narrow, winding streets amid meticulously restored homes, churches and lovely plazas. Admire the scenic views from the Malakoff Tower and Olinda's hilltop plaza. Visit the old Dutch fort, the Jewish Historic Archive and a local artist in his workshop and gallery.
Today one of Brazil's major cities, with a colourful harbour area and a colonial history dating back to 1612, Fortaleza has developed around the ancient fortress of Our Lady of Assumption (Fortaleza Nossa Senhora de Assuncao). There's much to enjoy in its old centre, where you visit the magnificent iron structured Teatro Jose de Alencar and various museums or you can bargain in the market for embroidery, lace and other local handicrafts. In recent times, the city has made attempts to expand the tourist trade and to encourage the construction of luxury hotels along the city's fine beaches.
Enjoy charming São Vicente and the amazing landscape here and on nearby Santo Antão. Stroll through town past vibrant markets and the replica of Lisbon’s Belem Tower. Visit the stark but lovely lunar-like beach at Catfish Bay. On Santo Antão see lush and rugged landscapes and picturesque villages.
After three centuries of French rule, Dakar can't help but exude a certain French flair, especially architecturally. Senegalese attire tends to be rather formal and conservative, but the city is full of life. Art galleries are plentiful, the beaches inviting, and the views fantastic from the Les Mamelles Lighthouse.
Although the capital of Gambia, Banjul remains one of Africa's smallest cities. Nestled on St. Mary's Island at the mouth of the Gambia River, it exudes a village-like atmosphere. Spend a carefree day admiring the 19th century architecture in MacCarthy Square or visiting the landmark King Fahad Mosque with its twin minarets.
The Ivory Coast's largest city and former capital, skyscraper-studded Abidjan curves around placid Ebrié Lagoon. Being one of the world's largest French-speaking cities, it's often referred to as the "Paris of Africa." Abidjan's more affluent Le Plateau and Cocody neighborhoods exude a palpable European ambiance.
The twin city of Sekondi-Takoradi was Ghana's first deepwater seaport and has prospered greatly. Still, the ambiance is rather laid-back, especially in the inviting beach areas. Monkey Hill, a tropical reserve for primates, lies in heart of city. Nearby Fort Orange was built by the Dutch in the 17th century and now serves as a lighthouse.
Wedged between a lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean, Togo's convivial, beach-rich capital of Lomé has emerged from its colonial past as pure African. For a glimpse of its history and unique Togolese art, visit the National Museum. The spired Lomé Cathedral is also noteworthy.
Dine on freshly-caught fish and home-grown oysters as you explore Walvis Bay's outstanding conservation areas and its Germanic history.
With its spectacular scenic views, wonderful wildlife and fantastic food and drink, Cape Town is a dream destination for any travel enthusiast.
With an average of 320 sunny days a year, Mossel Bay has the second mildest climate in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Enjoy walks along the beautiful beaches, horseback riding and whale and dolphin watching. Track big game on a thrilling safari or take a cruise to Seal Island, populated by over 2,500 Cape fur seals.
British colonial architecture prevails in Durban, yet natural beauty is what characterizes this charming city on the Indian Ocean. Its Golden Mile beach area attracts sunbathers, of course, but also shoppers and those who enjoy walking the promenade. The Juma Masjid deserves a visit, as it's the largest mosque in the southern hemisphere.
Take an excursion to one of the nearby game reserves or simply gaze over the surrounding waters, where you might get a glimpse of dolphins, whales and kite-surfers. The best view is from the lookout point at Alkantstrand Beach. Richards Bay is a busy port and the myriad of specialized ships will intrigue marine buffs.
Sandy white beaches. Dazzling turquoise waters. Charming people, verdant countryside. The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius has it all.
Made up of 26 ring-shaped atolls, this picturesque Indian Ocean nation is exceedingly romantic and an ideal place to get away from it all
Cultural Cochin - ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’ - is surrounded by historical towns and considered the regional centre for the arts.
Sri Lanka's naturally wonderful landscape has been shaped by Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim and European influences for a fascinating multicultural heritage.
Nestling on the Irrawaddy river delta, the city of Yangon is a fascinating fusion of historic traditions, glittering religion and intriguing everyday life.
Experience the many aspects of beautiful Phuket, from its lush landscape and gorgeous beaches to its 19th century Chinese and Western architecture and stunning temples. Visit the fascinating Sea Shell Museum, see the ornate Wat Chalong, watch elephants go through their paces at the elephant camp, and explore the unique and breathtaking Phang Nga National Park. Or just play on one of the island's fabulous beaches.
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, Penang is a must-visit jewel in the Malaysian crown. Popular with tourists for generations and valued by lovers of both food and culture.
In the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, head straight for the city where historic temples unite with fashionable skyscrapers and lush parks.
Diamond-shaped Pulau Ujong is Singapore's main island and it's bursting with colour, energy and culture.
Explore this idyllic, forested island and its pristine beaches. Visit the giant Buddha at Wat Phra Yai, the elephant camp where these intelligent animals display their work skills and a plantation where monkeys harvest coconuts. Head to the interior and see majestic cascading waterfalls and how rubber trees are tapped. Enjoy the gorgeous beaches.
A busy, cramped and frenetic city, Bangkok has a reputation of bombarding your senses. Centuries of history collide with a fast-paced modern lifestyle.
Cruising along the Mekong River past hidden villages, mystical jungles and towering mountains affords a southeast Asian experience like no other
Cruising along the Mekong River past hidden villages, mystical jungles and towering mountains affords a southeast Asian experience like no other
Visit the intriguing Cham Museum, filled with wonderful artifacts of the Cham culture, and famed China Beach. But Hue, the former imperial capital on the Perfume River, beckons. Enjoy its lovely temples, pagodas and imposing citadel protected by a moat.
Drink in the exquisite beauty of Ha Long Bay with its breathtaking monolithic limestone islands and famous morning mists before traveling along the Red River to Vietnam's capital city, Hanoi. Enjoy the broad boulevards, French colonial architecture and wonderful Old Quarter. Visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Vuon Bach Thao park where locals practice Tai Chi.
From the exceptional views across its famous harbour to the sizzling dishes in its glamorous restaurants, you’re sure to fall in love with Hong Kong.
Xiamen has been a major seaport since ancient times and is known today as one of China’s most livable and most romantic cities. The natural beauty of the island and the clean environment have attracted thousands of egrets to the area. Visit South Putuo Temple, a beautiful complex built in the 17th century, and Gulangyu Island, a lovely and serene community that only allows electric-powered vehicles.
China’s second most populous city embraces its history, future – and visitors – in an equally delightful fashion. Architectural treats from centuries past remain, with influences from all corners of the globe.
Tianjin may not be as well-known as Beijing or Shanghai, but ‘the place where the emperor crossed the river’ has a huge amount to offer visitors.
Revered as an idyllic honeymoon hotspot, the volcanic island of Jeju (known locally as Jeju-do or Cheju) is the southernmost province of South Korea. Famed for its free-diving haenyeo (sea women) and maze of lava tubes, the island offers a wealth of cultural attractions, natural landmarks and tempting activities. Its populous capital is Jeju city, also referred to as Jeju-si.
Discover remnants of old Nagasaki beside the modern city. Visit the Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Museum. Or travel to Arita, home of magnificent Japanese ceramics, and tour famous Kakiemon Kiln, which continues a 400-year-old tradition. Experience feudal Japan and the natural wonders of Shimabara Peninsula with its volcanoes and hot springs.
Visit the exquisite Iso-Teien Garden and its villa, built in 1660, and enjoy its gorgeous views before a short ferry ride to smoking Sakurajima for a close-up view of the volcano and its lava fields. Or journey into the countryside to Chiran and its well-preserved streets lined with samurai homes. Enjoy the beautiful landscape of Lake Ikeda and the stunning vistas of the Satsuma Peninsula.
Visit the skeletal A-Bomb Dome, the Peace Memorial Park and Museum and the statue dedicated to the children who died after the atomic bomb was dropped on this city in 1945. Stroll through beautifully landscaped Hiroshima Gardens, visit the rebuilt Hiroshima Castle or journey to the exquisite sacred island of Miyajima and see the extraordinary Itsukushima Shrine.
Visit the breathtaking temples and shrines of Japan's old imperial capital, Kyoto, or explore ancient Nara, the cradle of Japanese arts, literature and crafts, with its magnificent shrines and temples that predate Kyoto's. Stroll through Nara Park, famed for its deer and impressive Kasuga Grand Shrine. Then travel on to Osaka and its famed castle. In Kobe, visit historic Himeji Castle, a huge edifice built entirely of wood and tile.
A city where you’ll find centuries-old culture jostling for position next to cutting-edge technology – a fabulous blend of history and modernity that has to be seen to be believed.
Explore Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan from the base of Hakodate or fall in love with the city itself.
The port of Kodiak is located on the Chiniak Bay on the north-eastern coast of Kodiak Island, Alaska. Also known as the fishing port, Kodiak is famous for its fresh fish as well as its flora and fauna where the Alaskan brown bear, wild eagles and moose live.
While most cruise ships merely turn around here, Regatta actually calls on Seward, which is named for the U.S. Secretary of State who negotiated the purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867. The Seward Museum is a treasure trove of artifacts. The Alaska SeaLife Center showcases the abundant marine life, and nearby Chugach National Forest is a natural paradise.
Migrating whales, rivers of ice and super fresh seafood capture the hearts of its visitors, although Alaska’s capital city also has a strong mining history. Once the sacred territory of the Auke and Taku tribes, Juneau was named after the gold prospector Joe Juneau.
Called "Shee Atika" by the Tlingit Indians, then "New Archangel" by the Russians who ousted them, Sitka boasts a multicultural heritage. Two dozen of its attractions are on the National Register of Historic Places, including Castle Hill and Building 29, a structure built by the Russians in 1835. The Sheldon Jackson Museum exhibits one of Alaska's oldest native culture collections.
British Columbia's most northern coastal city, Prince Rupert sits on the very edge of the wilderness. The majority of its attractions revolve around the outdoors, such as sport fishing or a walking tour of the bonsai-like forest at Oliver Lake. Wildlife abounds, including bears, mountain goats and a variety of migrating whales.
Western Canada's oldest city, Victoria proudly displays its British heritage. Explore lavish Craigdarroch Castle, built in the late 1800s for a Scottish coal baron. Trace the area's early British seafarers in the Marine Museum of British Columbia. There's even a Royal London Wax Museum with likenesses of King Henry VIII and Winston Churchill.
The oldest American settlement west of the Rockies, Astoria was established in 1811 on the Columbia River. The city is known as the "Little San Francisco of the Pacific Northwest" because of the colorful Victorian homes clinging to its steep hills. A fine example of that late 1800s architecture is the Flavel House, now a museum with period furnishings.
From the impressive Golden Gate Bridge to the famous Alcatraz Island, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do in the city by the Bay.
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Beautifully designed with style and flair, these delightful private retreats boast 160 square feet of luxury. Highlights include a comfortable seating area, vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar and plenty of storage. The ingenious use of space is complemented by the rich decor. Inside Stateroom Amenities: Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens Complimentary and extensive 24-hour room service menu Plush cotton towels Thick cotton robes and slippers Bulgari amenities Handheld hair dryer Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming DVD player with extensive media library Wireless Internet access and cellular service Writing desk and stationary Security safe
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With the curtains drawn back and the natural light streaming in, these inviting 165-square-foot staterooms feel even more spacious. A generous seating area, vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar and breakfast table are perfectly complemented by the rich hues and stylish fabrics of the welcoming décor. Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom Amenities: Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens Complimentary 24-hour room service Wireless Internet access and cellular service Writing desk and stationary Plush cotton towels Thick cotton robes and slippers Bulgari amenities Handheld hair dryer Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu Security safe
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The light from a classic porthole illuminates the stunning decor in these 165-square-foot staterooms, tastefully designed to maximize space and convenience. Enjoy a comfortable seating area with a sofa on which to stretch out, as well as a vanity desk, breakfast table and refrigerated mini-bar. Ocean View Stateroom Amenities: Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens Complimentary 24-hour room service Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service Plush cotton towels Thick cotton robes and slippers Bulgari amenities Handheld hair dryer Wireless Internet access and cellular service Writing desk and stationary Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu Security safe
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Centrally located on deck 6, these elegant 143-square-foot staterooms offer stylish furnishings and a panorama window with obstructed views. Features include a vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar, small breakfast table and an ample closet. Ocean View Stateroom Amenities: Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens Bulgari amenities Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service Complimentary 24-hour room service Flat-screen television with DVD player and extensive media library Wireless Internet access and cellular service Writing desk and stationary Plush cotton towels Thick cotton robes and slippers Handheld hair dryer Security safe
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Elegant décor graces these handsomely appointed 216-square-foot staterooms that boast our most popular luxury – private teak veranda for watching the ever-changing panoramas. The conveniences within each stateroom are just as accommodating and include a vanity desk, refrigerated mini-bar, breakfast table, and spacious seating area. Veranda Stateroom Amenities: Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises Exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens Private teak veranda Twice daily maid service Complimentary 24-hour room service Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service Plush cotton towels Thick cotton robes and slippers Bulgari amenities Handheld hair dryer Wireless Internet access and cellular service Writing desk and stationary Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming DVD player with extensive 24-hour room service menu Security safe Note: Some cabins have obstructed views. CAT B2 6086 – 15% 6089 - 15%
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Located in the most desired of locations, Category A Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms offer an unrivaled combination of luxury and value. A wealth of amenities and a host of exclusive privileges (listed below) elevate the experience to the sublime. You will even have the services of a dedicated Concierge. These luxurious accommodations feature a wealth of amenities, including many of those found in our Penthouse Suites. These tasteful 216-square-foot staterooms offer a private teak veranda, refrigerated mini-bar and plush seating area, as well as the added luxury of exclusive Concierge Level amenities and privileges. Concierge Level Privileges: Room service from the Grand Dining Room menu during lunch and dinner FREE laundry service – up to 3 bags per stateroom+ Priority noon ship embarkation Complimentary welcome bottle of Champagne Priority online specialty restaurant reservations Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch® private Spa Terrace iPad® upon request for your enjoyment onboard++ Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda Complimentary shoe shine service
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Our collection of 322-square-foot Penthouse Suites has been completely transformed with splendid new decor and exquisite furnishings in serene shades of the sea and sky. Spacious enough for private in-suite dining, the living area features a refrigerated mini-bar a vanity desk and the granite-clad bathroom is large enough for an indulgent walk-in shower. Relax on the beautifully furnished private teak veranda. Penthouse Suite Privileges: Free laundry service – up to 3 bags per stateroom+ Priority 11 am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery 24-hour Butler service Priority online specialty restaurant reservations Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch® private Spa Terrace Complimentary iPad® Variety of Bulgari amenities Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda Complimentary shoe shine service Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation++ Note: Some cabins have obstructed views. 8062 – 15% 8065 – 15%
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Named for their sweeping views over the ship's bow, the four Vista Suites each sprawl over 786 square feet. Every imaginable comfort is here, including a second bathroom for guests as well as a master bathroom newly redesigned in onyx and granite with a luxurious new shower. Relax on the private teak veranda, listen to music in enhanced surround sound or watch a DVD on one of the two flat-screen televisions. Access wireless Internet on a complementary iPad® . Vista Suite Privileges: Free laundry service – up to 3 bags per stateroom+ Priority 11 am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery 24-hour Butler service Complimentary in-suite bar setup with 6 full-size bottles of premium spirits and wines from our suite beverage menu Complementary welcome bottle of Champagne Fresh fruit basket replenished daily Priority online specialty restaurant reservations Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch® private Spa Terrace Complimentary iPad® Bulgari gift set and variety of amenities Choice of daily printed newspaper Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag and personalized stationery Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda Complimentary shoe shine service Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation++ Choice of pillow from a luxurious selection
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The Owner’s Suites furnished exclusively with Ralph Lauren Home are signature elements of the Oceania Cruises brand and are truly iconic, reflecting Ralph Lauren’s appreciation for sailing, Hollywood glamour and timeless, classical beauty. Attention to detail is paramount and the rooms are layered in a way that only a Ralph Lauren Home room would be dressed. Even details such as the red, white and blue striped fabric selected for the outdoor cushions on the suites’ verandas harken back to Mr. Lauren’s label as “America’s designer” and reminding us of his charitable work in restoring the Star-Spangled Banner at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. Owner's Suite Privileges: Free laundry service – up to 3 bags per stateroom+ Personalized priority 11 am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery 24-hour Butler service Complimentary in-suite bar setup with 6 full-size bottles of premium spirits and wines from our suite beverage menu Optional private in-suite lunch on embarkation day from noon to 2 pm Fresh fruit basket replenished daily Priority online specialty restaurant reservations each evening++ Extensive selection of afternoon canapes Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch® private Spa Terrace Complimentary iPad® Bulgari gift set and variety of amenities Choice of daily printed newspaper Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag and personalized stationery Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda Complimentary shoe shine service Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation++ Choice of pillow from a luxurious selection One complimentary 25-minute personal fitness session at Canyon Ranch® Spa
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Following a dramatic re-inspiration, Insignia is now a completely transformed ship without peer. Each luxurious suite and stateroom is entirely new from floor to ceiling, including the bathrooms. The public spaces have been tastefully refreshed with a soft sea and sky palette of fabrics, designer furnishings and custom light fixtures that exquisitely showcase the inimitable style and comfort of Oceania Cruises. Insignia features four unique, open-seating restaurants, a world-class fitness center and spa, eight lounges and bars, a casino and 342 lavish suites and luxurious staterooms, nearly 70% of which feature private verandas. From the bejeweled new chandeliers in the gracious Grand Dining Room to the beckoning Reception Hall, Insignia invites you to celebrate a rejuvenation so sweeping, you will find it positively unimaginable to resist her welcoming embrace.Ship info Deck plans