Oceania Cruises in Alaska
Oceania Cruises is the world’s largest upper premium cruise line – making it the cruise line of choice for those looking for a refined and casually elegant Alaska cruise experience from Canada.
Their intimate and luxurious ships are a superb way to travel in style around Alaska, Canada and New England, with a convivial atmosphere on board these sophisticated vessels, which have exceptional levels of customer service thanks to a high staff to guest ratio. Stretch out in your luxurious, beautifully-appointed cabin, dine in style under spectacular chandeliers, be delighted by the entertainment options available, including musical reviews, movies under the stars, casinos, bars, lounges, gyms and spas, and take your pick from a range of exciting shore excursions.
Itineraries range from short cruises to grand voyages – Montreal to Miami, Vancouver, via the Inside Passage to Alaska, and New England in all its splendour to Nova Scotia and the rugged landscape of Canada.
Whether you are a seasoned cruiser, or looking to try it for the first time on your next trip to Canada, our team of Canada professionals will ensure that you choose the right cruise for you.
Oceania Cruises is an upscale line that operates 5 premium cruise ships. It has worldwide itineraries, including Alaska. It was founded in 2002 by Joe Watters and Frank Del Rio, two veterans in the luxury cruise industry. In 2007, majority of the company’s stocks were sold to the Apollo Management. In 2014, Norwegian Cruise Line purchased the parent company of Oceania Cruises, Prestige Cruise Holdings. The fleet can carry anywhere between 500 to over 1000 passengers.
Suites and staterooms aboard Oceania Cruises vary by ship and category. Regatta class ships boast of luxurious suites & staterooms, fully equipped with comfortable Prestige Tranquility bed, full-size bathtub, refrigerated mini bar, flat screen TV, wireless Internet access, complimentary and extensive 24-hour room service menu, Bulgari amenities, and signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service, among others. Guests can choose among several room categories, such as Owner’s Suite, Penthouse Suite, Veranda Stateroom, Vista Suite, Inside Stateroom, Concierge Level Veranda Stateroom, and Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom.
Food offered aboard Oceania Cruises can only be described as culinary masterpieces. Prepared by world-class chefs and served in luxurious settings, it will be an unforgettable dining experience. The Grand Dining Room offers European-inspired cuisine served by classically trained wait staff. Polo Grill is a classic steakhouse that offer time-honored favorites – beef dishes, seafood and salad. The Terrace Cafe is where guests can enjoy informal and carefree dining, alfresco or inside a restaurant overlooking the ocean.
Other places guests can dine in include Toscana,Red Ginger, Waves Grill, Prices, and La Reserve.
There are many ways to have fun aboard Oceania Cruises. It really depends on what you want to do at the moment. Catch up on your reading at the library. Take a dip or get a tan at the Pool and Sports Deck. Enjoy a cocktail or party all night in the ship's bars and lounges. Take your chances in a game of luck at the Casino.
There are also entertainment and onboard shows that guests can enjoy, ranging from musical performances to magic shows. Enrichment programs, on the other hand, include unique voyages, exploring various themes in wine, health and wellness, music and culinary. Kids and teens can sign up for the Alaska Explorer Youth Program when aboard the Regatta. This gives children between ages 5 and 12 an opportunity to explore Alaska and the Northwest Coast in an enriching way.
Book early and receive exceptional savings plus lots of freebies through the OLife Early Booking Advantage. Freebies include FREE gratuities, shipboard credit, and unlimited internet. Sign up for the 180 DayWorld Cruises and travel the world with Bonus Savings of up to 43%. If you want to explore Alaska aboard Oceania Cruises, there are several All Alaska Cruises to choose from, with ports of call in Anchorage, Haines, Icy Straight Point (Hoonah), Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Skagway and Wrangell.