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Issue 5 : FEBRUARY 2013

YOUR WAY


issue 5: FEBRUARY 2013

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Mid-size, elegant ships catering to just 684 or 1,250 guests Finest cuisine at sea, served in a variety of distinctive open-seating restaurants, at no additional charge Gourmet culinary program created by world-renowned Master Chef Jacques Pépin Port-intensive itineraries featuring more overnight visits and extended evening port stays

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The finest cuisine at sea

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Follow your imagination

66 Deck Plans 68 Hotel programs

Pre- & Post-cruise hotel programs

70 OCEANIA CLUB Membership benefits

Your World

72 Experience Oceaniacruises.com

30 Caribbean, Panama Canal & South America

73 General information Terms & Conditions

38 South Pacific & Asia 41 Alaska 46 Europe 57 Cruise calendar

Country club-casual ambiance; tuxedos and gowns are never required Bon Appétit Culinary Center, the only hands-on cooking school at sea+ Acclaimed Canyon Ranch SpaClub® Extraordinarily high staff-toguest ratio ensures exemplary personalized service Youngest fleet in premiumclass cruising with 85% of accommodations featuring private balconies

Best value in upscale cruising +Available onboard Marina and Riviera

On the Cover: REgatta Naming Ceremony Barcelona, June 2003 INSIGNIA Naming Ceremony Monte Carlo, March 2004 NAUTICA Naming Ceremony Istanbul, November 2005 Marina Naming Ceremony Miami, February 2011

Recognized Worldwide for Excellence

Riviera Naming Ceremony Barcelona, May 2012


2 10th anniversary – a dream come true

In January 2003, Oceania Cruises opened its first office in Miami with fewer than 20 employees. In the 10 years since, nearly 800,000 guests have been treated to the Oceania Cruises experience of Your World, Your Way.

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Oceania Cruises co-founders Frank Del Rio and Bob Binder share their memories of the early days and the realization of a dream to create an upscale cruise line.

In honor of 10 extraordinary years at sea, Oceania Cruises Chairman, CEO and Founder Frank Del Rio, Vice Chairman Bob Binder, Founding Chairman Joe Watters and President Kunal Kamlani will each host a special celebratory voyage.

Loyal guests Peter and Pauline Pretty share memories of 11 voyages with Oceania Cruises since 2006. Whether onboard at a favorite restaurant or exploring an exotic port, the Prettys have found their home at sea.

HIGHLIGHTS of a Decade at sea

Anniversary SAILINGS

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A dream come true It is a rare event for a new cruise line to take to the seas, and even rarer for such a line to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Yet that is the enviable position Oceania Cruises finds itself in today. Such success stems from many factors, but particularly the attention to all the little details that take an ordinary vacation and turn it into an extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime experience. “As soon as you sail just once,” one guest commented recently, “you can’t ever imagine cruising with anyone else.” The fleet of mid-size ships and more than 300 global destinations that has become Oceania Cruises was just an idea on paper when founder Frank Del Rio first envisioned what he called “a different kind of cruise line.” When Regatta embarked on her first voyage nearly 10 years ago, the vision for Oceania Cruises was not just to create an entirely new style of cruising or evolve with new ships and new destinations. The passionate vision shared by the founders was to create something so special that guests would recognize the difference and yearn to return again and again. With a dedicated team of seasoned cruise industry executives, Del Rio set out to offer a cruise vacation that was considerably more refined, elegant, upscale and affordable than what was currently available. A staff of less than 20 people opened the company’s first office in Miami in January 2003. With more than 450 employees onboard today, Oceania Cruises is truly a dream come true.

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Celebrating October 2002 Frank Del Rio, Bob Binder, and Joe Watters announce the creation of Oceania Cruises

July 2003 Regatta begins her first voyage in Europe

June 2003 Marcia Del Rio, wife of founder Frank Del Rio, christens the line’s first ship, Regatta, in Barcelona

November 2003 Regatta arrives in Oceania Cruises’ hometown of Miami to begin the line’s first Caribbean season

March 2004 August 2004 Master Chef Jacques Pépin, Oceania Cruises’ executive culinary director, hosts the first of his annual culinary cruises

Virginia Watters, wife of founder Joe Watters, names the line’s second ship, Insignia, in Monte Carlo in the presence of Prince Albert of Monaco

December 2004 Insignia begins the company’s first cruises in South America

November 2005 Civic leader and philanthropist Fana Holtz christens Nautica, and the ship heads east from Istanbul to begin the line’s first cruise in Asia

March 2007 The company’s first-ever newbuilds, a pair of 65,000-ton ships, are ordered from Fincantieri in Italy

January 2008 Nautica offers the first cruises to Australia and New Zealand

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10 Years June 2009 July 2009

Oceania Cruises announces the Bon Appétit Culinary Center, the first hands-on cooking school at sea, to be offered onboard Marina and Riviera

Jacques Pépin announces the first restaurant ever to bear his name

August 2009 The first Canyon Ranch SpaClub® opens its doors onboard Nautica

April 2010 Oceania Cruises partners with Wine Spectator magazine to create La Reserve by Wine Spectator, a wine tasting and food pairing venue onboard Marina and Riviera

February 2011

November 2010 Nautica cruises to Africa for the first time

Famed TV personality Mary Hart christens Marina at a Miami gala

April 2011 President and co-founder Bob Binder becomes vice chairman of Prestige Cruise Holdings

May 2011 Regatta sails on the company’s first Alaskan cruise

September 2011 Regatta offers Oceania Cruises’ first fall foliage sailings to Canada and New England

October 2011 Kunal S. Kamlani is named the new president of Oceania Cruises

May 2012 Renowned chef and television host Cat Cora christens Riviera in Barcelona

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Highlights of a

Decade at Sea With chairman

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Starting a cruise line from scratch is no easy feat. And when undertaking such a venture during an economic downturn, one is bound to encounter a few naysayers. But this did not daunt the founders of Oceania Cruises. “So many people told us from the start that there was no chance we were going to make it,” co-founder Bob Binder remembers. “But we had this vision.” Frank Del Rio, chairman and founder, recalls the seeds of his inspiration. “We were at the shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France, and my son, Frank Jr., said, ‘Dad, we should start a cruise line of our own.’ I looked at him and said, ‘Someday we will.’”

Building the line from the ground up, co-founders Frank Del Rio and Bob Binder and 14 tireless employees designed menus, refurbished Regatta, built a travel agent network, hired a reservation team and completed countless other tasks in less than six months to launch the creation of a new cruise line.

Then a series of events transpired that put Del Rio in a position to launch Oceania Cruises. Renaissance Cruises fell victim to the challenging economic climate, and the French banks who had financed the construction loans on their ships were looking for entrepreneurs to get the new but laid up vessels back in service. Del Rio partnered with Jason Montague, now chief financial officer of Oceania Cruises, to put together a business plan to pitch to the banks. “On my birthday in 2002, I got a visit from the investment banker and the French interests, and they told me that our business plan had been accepted,” Del Rio recalls. “That was the best birthday gift I’ve ever received.” The vision that would distinguish Oceania Cruises began with creating the finest cuisine at sea. Binder says, “What got me excited was creating a dining experience that not only surpassed any other restaurant at sea but also rivaled the very best shoreside restaurants.” To do this, they looked to renowned chef Jacques Pépin. Binder says that calling up the personal chef to three French heads of state was a bit intimidating, but Pépin invited Binder to his home to discuss the concept. “We played boules and drank some wine, and suddenly Pépin was onboard.” Their vision solidly in place, the small Miami office was opened in January 2003 with a team of 14 employees, who immediately began designing menus, renovating the ship, building a travel agent network, hiring a reservation team and completing countless other tasks for Regatta’s debut in six months. Regatta’s inaugural voyage was an overwhelming success. “When guests returned from that first voyage, they were extremely excited about their experience and felt a personal connection to a cruise line they loved and helped launch,” Binder recalls. Later Insignia and Nautica joined Regatta, and all three vessels were fully booked months prior to sailing. “It didn’t take a genius to figure out we needed more ships,” Del Rio says. For the construction of Marina and Riviera, Del Rio and Binder created the interiors with the help of renowned designers such as Dakota Jackson and Ralph Lauren. “It was like going on the ultimate shopping spree with famous designers,” recalls Binder. With so much success and innovation behind them, how will Oceania Cruises continue to push the envelope? “We’re always looking for ways to improve,” Binder says. “We want to ensure that every time a guest comes back, it’s the best cruise they’ve ever taken.” This desire to exceed expectations has led to many innovations, such as the Canyon Ranch SpaClubs® and the Bon Appétit Culinary Centers onboard Marina and Riviera. “There is always something to improve upon, but we think we’ve got a winning formula, and more importantly, our guests think we have a winning formula,” Del Rio says.

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Anniversary Sailings Cele b r ate 10 Y e a r s At Se a

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11.JuN.2013 scandinavian serenade london to stockholm 14-day voyage Bob Binder, vice chairman of Oceania Cruises

On the day of Marina’s christening, standing before an enthusiastic crowd that included Marina’s godmother, Entertainment Tonight’s Mary Hart, Bob Binder shared, “When we set out to design and build our first new ship, we wanted to set new standards for comfort, service and culinary excellence.” The hard work paid off as Marina was named one of the top 10 mid-sized ships in the 2012 Berlitz Complete Guide to Cruising & Cruise Ships. Join Bob on this cruise to celebrate 10 extraordinary years at sea. Riviera

03.Jul.2013 Italian escapade rome to venice 10-day voyage Kunal S. Kamlani, president of Oceania Cruises

At the christening ceremony for Riviera, Kunal Kamlani said, “This is much more than a celebration of a ship. This is a celebration of people. Riviera has come into existence thanks to you and to every guest that sails with Oceania Cruises.” Since its first voyage 10 years ago, Oceania Cruises has remained dedicated to creating destination-oriented itineraries, excellent cuisine and personal service, all for an outstanding value. Join Kunal onboard Riviera to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Oceania Cruises. Regatta

05.Jul.2013 coAstal alask a Seattle to Seattle 7-day voyage Frank Del Rio, chairman and founder of Oceania Cruises

On 5 July 2003, Regatta began her maiden voyage from Barcelona, Spain. Soon after, emails began pouring in from guests thrilled with their experience. “The food is outstanding, the attention to detail is excellent, and the staff-to-passenger ratio is phenomenal. It’s also the friendliest staff I’ve ever encountered at sea,” gushed one happy guest. At least 80 guests aboard that inaugural sailing immediately booked future cruises. Celebrate this momentous milestone with Oceania Cruises’ founder, Frank Del Rio, and his wife Marcia, godmother of Regatta. nautica

06.SEP.2013 roman legends barcelona to Athens 10-day voyage Joe Watters, founding chairman of Oceania Cruises

“When Frank and I founded Oceania Cruises, we were very clear that it would be a high quality product offering fantastic value,” Joe Watters said, shortly after the christening of Nautica. Today this remains the guiding principle behind Oceania Cruises. After a decade of prestigious awards and accolades from loyal guests, the Oceania Cruises family is thrilled to celebrate its success on this 10-Year Anniversary Sailing. 7


Loyal guests Peter and Pauline Pretty continually return to Oceania Cruises because of the relationships they have built with the officers and crew. They look forward to seeing them each time they return. “This is like home for us,” says Pauline. “We meet so many wonderful people and we feel at home, and they’re always there to help you.”

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PRETT Y PICT U RE Peter & Pauline Pretty, Oakville, Ontario - Canada

11 voyages with Oceania Cruises

Judging by their name, one would assume Peter and Pauline Pretty have an appreciation for things of beauty, and they certainly sing the praises of the ships of Oceania Cruises. “The Marina penthouse, for me that is the best place on the entire ship,” Pauline declares. “It is so beautiful. Marina and Riviera are both so beautiful, and we can’t wait to travel on them again.” Of course, that is not to downplay the beauty of Regatta or Nautica. The Prettys reserved a penthouse on Nautica for their upcoming Grand Voyage from Cape Town to Hong Kong. Departing on 5 January 2013, this will be their longest journey yet with Oceania Cruises – 47 days exploring the continents of Africa and Asia. “We’ll have some stories to tell after this cruise!” Pauline exclaims.

Pauline and Peter Pretty

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When Peter was approaching retirement in 2006, he and his wife decided to celebrate with a cruise. They wanted to explore the Amazon, so they called their travel agent, who suggested a voyage with Oceania Cruises. Much to their disappointment, the Amazon cruise was already fully booked. Then a few days later, they received a call from their agent saying that there had been a cancellation. Peter retired in September, and shortly thereafter they boarded Regatta for their first Oceania Cruises experience of nearly a month exploring the wonders of the Amazon. “We fell in love with it,” says Pauline.


THE PRETTYs are Currently SAILING on: Sands & Safaris

Capetown to Singapore 30 days, Nautica | 5 Jan 2013

– followed by – Asian Treasures

Singapore to Hong Kong 17 days, Nautica | 4 Feb 2013

Peter agrees. “We liked the size of the ship, the people onboard, and the small ports we visited in the Amazon, like Manaus. We fell in love with Oceania Cruises and with the people, and in February 2013, when we finish our upcoming cruise, that will be our 11th voyage with Oceania Cruises.” Mr. and Mrs. Pretty have traveled all over the world with Oceania Cruises, and each region they visit has its own special appeal. Their last cruise through the South Pacific was marvelous, and they greatly enjoyed the beautiful beaches, the warm weather and the friendly people. However, a previous Arctic cruise was also fantastic, and they so enjoyed the splendid scenery that they’re hoping to return later next year. Of the many reasons the Prettys continually return to Oceania Cruises, the most important is the onboard staff. They have made many friends amongst the officers and crew, and they look forward to seeing them each time they return. “This is like home for us. We meet so many wonderful people and we feel at home, and they’re always there to help you,” Pauline says. “When we travel with Oceania Cruises, we’re amongst friends,” Peter says. “They make a very big effort to remember all of the guests. That’s a very nice personal touch.”

The Prettys also greatly enjoy the cuisine onboard, and several of the aforementioned friends they have made have been chefs, such as Fleet Corporate Chef Franck Garanger. Choosing their favorite restaurant proves to be a bit of a challenge, so they expand their options by choosing a favorite on each class of ship. On Marina and Riviera, Peter prefers Red Ginger, but Jacques is a close second. “My wife, she’s French,” Peter says, “so she probably prefers Jacques.” Pauline concurs, but her favorite restaurant onboard Regatta and Nautica is definitely Polo Grill. In fact, she has already made several dinner reservations for their upcoming cruise and is looking forward to enjoying many visits to each of the onboard restaurants thanks to their lengthy itinerary. Dining so well for so many days might threaten to expand their waistlines a bit, but the Prettys have a plan. “This time, because the cruise is longer, we’re going to have to go to the gym every morning,” says Pauline. With so many exciting destinations to explore along the way, Peter and Pauline might be able to skip the gym a few mornings.

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8 the oceania cruises experience Mid-size, elegant ships catering to just 684 or 1,250 guests

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Multiple open-seating gourmet dining venues, at no additional charge

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Port-intensive itineraries featuring must-see destinations and boutique ports

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Overnight stays and evening departures for extended exploration

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Luxurious yet relaxed country club ambiance

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Spacious, sumptuously appointed suites and staterooms, most with private balconies

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Canyon Ranch SpaClub速 treatments and cuisine

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W H ER E YOU B ELONG Our mid-size ships provide all the ingredients for you to flourish. By blending elegance and luxury with exceptional intimacy and warmth, all at an exceptional value, Regatta, Nautica, Marina and Riviera offer all of the indulgences you could possibly imagine. The generous ratio of staff to guests allows for an astonishingly high level of personalized service, while open-seating in as many as six gourmet restaurants invites you to

The comfort of smoke-free environments throughout virtually the entirety of our ships

dine when, where and with whom you wish, all without supplemental

Best value in upscale cruising

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Riviera in Portofino

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Mid-size holds great benefits | Once you sail one of our mid-size ships, you will never settle for anything less. Nor will you ever again be satisfied with anything more in regard to size, because larger ships simply cannot provide the pronounced intimacy and many advantages of Oceania Cruises. Our ships cater to just 684 pampered guests on Regatta and Nautica and 1,250 privileged guests on Marina and Riviera. Warmth and conviviality come naturally. Elegance and grace are givens. The ambiance is exceptionally relaxed and civil as we singularly focus on your individual desires. Consequently, service standards soar, guests easily develop a rapport with staff and fellow guests, and the friendships only deepen as the days pass effortlessly. All the elements for bliss | Being mid-size even facilitates going ashore, as our ships can slip into boutique ports off-limits to larger vessels. Of course, the fact that our ships are mid-size positively influences every aspect of the onboard experience. With no need to rush or worry about crowds or stand in long lines, you can savor the defining elements that make our ships so special. Our cuisine, “the finest at sea,” is carefully prepared à la minute. Appointments for spa services are readily available in the relaxing Canyon Ranch SpaClub®. A comfortable chaise always awaits should you decide to lounge by the pool. Life just seems to proceed at a more courteous pace. The differences are sizeable, noticeable and so refreshing.

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With open-seating in all our restaurants, dine where, when and with whom you please

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Cuisine never prepared in advance; every single dish created à la minute just for you

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New! value Packages Shore Excursion packages Your World Collection and Unlimited Passport Collection Beer, Wine and Spirit packages House Select and Prestige Select Internet Packages Unlimited Cruise and Anytime Minutes For more information on value packages please visit OceaniaCruises.com

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Free and unlimited soft drinks, bottled water, cappuccino, espresso, teas and juices

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Free shuttles from ship to city center in many ports of call – a daily value of up to $50 per guest

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Free and unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub® private Spa Terrace+

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You know it when you see it | Although no two definitions of value are the same, true value is quite easy to recognize. Simply stated, it is the concept of offering much more than ever imagined with absolutely no compromise in quality. You will find that traveling with Oceania Cruises is truly one of the world’s most extraordinary values. Indeed, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find so many valuable extras are included at no additional charge. Value of this sort, while rare, is the distinguishing characteristic of Oceania Cruises. Let us take care of you | We never charge a supplement to dine in our exquisite specialty restaurants. Oceania Cruises guests always enjoy FREE and unlimited soft drinks, bottled water, specialty coffees, teas and juices. Wine, beer and spirits can be purchased at an incredible value with our new beverage packages, and our new Internet packages feature enormous discounts as well. And perhaps most importantly, our new shore excursion collections offer extraordinary savings of up to 40% off à la carte prices, allowing you to explore all the exciting ports of call at substantial discounts.


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Where you belong Country club-casual ambiance; tuxedos and gowns never required

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Feel at home away from home | Isn’t it wonderful to feel welcome and comfortable when traveling? It makes the experience so much more enjoyable and encourages you to mingle with ship mates and to fully explore your ship and the exciting destinations visited. We have carefully selected the rich color of every fabric, the vibrant glow of every sconce and the plush cushion of each settee, designing each detail so that our ships naturally exude a warm, inviting ambiance imbuing everyone onboard with a sense of comfort. You are instantly put at ease, and it’s so refreshingly casual and friendly that it’s like being in a private country club where everyone knows your name.

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Stylish residential appointments exude warmth without pretense

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Grand venues and intimate private places

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Come and go as you please | This is elegance without pretense or the need for tuxedos and evening gowns. This is a world where you can be yourself. The overwhelming sense of comfort and belonging seems to kindle geniality. Striking up conversations and making new friends becomes effortless. Meet over cocktails in Martinis and recount adventures ashore. Ask another couple to join you for a friendly game of cards. You will find it exceedingly easy to be sociable. Even so, sometimes you may feel less gregarious and want nothing more than to relax by yourself. Take comfort in knowing that there are plenty of private retreats as well.

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In-suite dining – Riviera’s Penthouse Suite

8 Home at sea Every suite and stateroom features the Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises exclusive

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24-hour Butler service in all suites

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Bulgari toiletries++

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FREE room service dining 24 hours a day

Retreat into a private world | Everybody yearns for a private retreat where they can truly relax and recharge. This was the guiding principle behind our splendid suites and staterooms. We designed them to be grand, remarkably spacious and so immensely comfortable that each moment spent behind closed doors feels like being in an oasis of luxury all your own. Our accommodations are handsomely appointed with soothing colors, soft textures, stylish furnishings, luxurious linens, plush towels and custom-milled French and Italian toiletries.

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Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service

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FREE unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub® private Spa Terrace++

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Wireless Internet access+++

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Full-size tub and shower++++

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+Featured onboard Marina and Riviera ++Concierge Level Staterooms and Suites only +++Internet usage rates apply ++++Available onboard Marina and Riviera (except Inside Staterooms) and in Suites onboard Regatta and Nautica

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Largest veranda staterooms at sea+ | Marvel at a stunning sunset from the comfort of your furnished private veranda, a luxury included in all suites and the vast majority of our staterooms. The Veranda Staterooms on Marina and Riviera, measuring a generous 26 square metres, bear the distinction of being the largest at sea. Feel free to indulge in the generous amenities and watch live news, first-run movies or DVDs on your flat-screen television. When it’s time to retire, slip between the 1,000-thread-count linens of the Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises exclusive, knowing that tomorrow will be just as wonderful.


Host a private cocktail party – Owner’s Suite onboard Marina

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Impeccable service | Our ships boast an impressive staff-to-guest ratio, but it’s more than sheer numbers that elevates our personalized service into the sublime. Our staff genuinely care about making you happy and content during your voyage. Being of service comes naturally, a trait as innate as their unbridled enthusiasm. You can see it in their warm smiles and hear it in the sincere tone of their voices, as our staff zealously devote their full attention to fulfilling your wishes. Their commitment runs deep and never diminishes, no matter what the task. Only the best of the best | Not everyone holds the impeccable credentials to join our international staff. Only those who have distinguished themselves in the world’s finest hotels and most exquisite restaurants will do. They are true professionals with the rare ability to fastidiously attend to every detail and magically anticipate your wishes. The ease with which they remember your name, preferences and wants borders on miraculous. Nowhere is this talent more evident than among the English-trained Butlers who meticulously care for guests in our suites.

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Dining room and galley staff chosen from internationally acclaimed restaurants

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Butlers formally trained by members of the Guild of Professional English Butlers

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Suite and stateroom attendants carefully selected from the world’s finest 5-star hotels

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Staffed Executive and Concierge Lounges with complimentary beverages and snacks throughout the day and evening+

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Continental cuisine at the elegant Grand Dining Room

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Steaks, chops and seafood at Polo Grill

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Gourmet Italian dining at Toscana

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French country cuisine at Jacques+

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Bold, contemporary flavors of Asia at Red Ginger+

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Wine and gourmet menu pairings in La Reserve by Wine Spectator++

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Host private dinners in Privée++

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Poolside dining at Waves Grill including gourmet burgers and hand-dipped milkshakes

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Baristas coffee and sweets bar+

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Taste T H E FI N E S T C UI SI N E AT S E A Boldly claiming to serve “the finest cuisine at sea” might seem to be an overstatement. But we wouldn’t make such an immodest assertion if not for the tremendous contribution of the legendary Master Chef Jacques Pépin. As Executive Culinary Director for Oceania Cruises, he inspires our chefs to perform feats of gastronomic wizardry, from authentic Italian dishes to steakhouse fare to Asian masterpieces to French delights. Taste vintage wines perfectly paired with exquisite cuisine in La Reserve by Wine Spectator, or enjoy the ultimate in exclusivity by hosting a private dinner for up to ten guests in Privée. Whatever your tastes, our cuisine will satiate all of your culinary desires.

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8 Appetizers Sturgeon Caviar With Buckwheat Blinis and Traditional Garnish

Upside-Down Cheese Soufflé With Leek Cream Sauce

Hudson Valley Foie Gras Ballotine With Pistachio-Celeriac Sauce

Soups & Salads Maui Red Onion Soup With Ginger Foam

Clear Capon Broth With Vegetable and Chervil Brunoise

Mixed Greens and Watercress With Radishes, Celeriac and Mustard Seed Dressing

Entrées Veal Medallions Oscar With Asparagus Spears and Snow Crab Claw, Glazed with Hollandaise Sauce

Striped Bass Fillet With Vegetable-stuffed Calamari in Pancetta Wrap, Duo of Green Peas

Whole Steamed Maine Lobster With Mirror Lobster Sauce and Risotto Primavera

Roast Prime Rib of Black Angus Beef With Bordelaise Sauce and Twice-baked Stuffed Potato

Desserts Fresh Berry Tartlet Served with Mascarpone Cream

Valrhona Chocolate Pastry Served with Passion Fruit Sorbet

Apple Crumble Pie An American Classic The items shown above are just a few selections from our extensive menus

An Elegant Setting

The Grand Dining Room is a study in stateliness, a tribute to the spirit of Europe’s marquee 5-star hotel restaurants that inspired its dignified yet convivial ambiance. Remarkably, as sumptuous as the Grand Dining Room’s decor is, guests always feel completely at ease within its grandeur. Much of that is a direct reflection of the formally attired and classically trained wait staff, graciously serving course after course of continental cuisine or delectable alternatives such as healthy, savory Canyon Ranch® selections or Jacques Pépin’s signature dishes. Marina’s majestic Grand Dining Room pictured above

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8 Appetizers Chesapeake Bay Lump Crab Cake With Pommery Mustard Sauce

Colossal Chilled Shrimp Trio With Spicy Cocktail Sauce

Warm Foie Gras and Mushrooms Bundled in Short Crust Dough Served with Port Wine Reduction

Soups & Salads New England Clam Chowder Lobster Bisque Topped with Morsels of Sautéed Lobster

Classic Caesar Salad Prepared Tableside

Entrées Porterhouse 20-ounce Bone-in Steak Perfectly Seasoned and Grilled to Order

The Polo Surf & Turf Lobster Tail and Filet Mignon

Prime Rib 32-ounce Bone-in King’s Cut

Pancetta-Wrapped Veal Fillet With Bay Lobster Tail Oscar Style

Desserts Key Lime Pie With Valencia Orange Butter Sauce

Caramelized New York Cheesecake The Traditional Ending to the Perfect Meal

Seven-Layer Belgian Chocolate Fudge Cake Sumptuous Layers of Chocolate Cake and Fudge The items shown above are just a few selections from our extensive menus

A CLASSIC STEA K H OUSE IN EVER Y SENSE

Polo Grill embodies all the elements of a classic steakhouse, expressing them with timeless reverence. Each course stands as the very definition of a time-honored favorite, most notably the beef dishes. From the mouth-watering filet mignon to the venerable New York strip to the hearty bone-in rib eye, all are USDA Prime and dry-aged for 28 days to enhance tenderness and flavor. Seafood lovers have equally appealing options, such as surf and turf, jumbo shrimp, fresh fish specialties and whole steamed Maine lobster with drawn butter. No additional Charge Reservations required

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8 Appetizers Code di Scampi Avvolte nel Prosciutto Crudo di Parma Sautéed Jumbo Shrimp Wrapped in Prosciutto di Parma Ham, Served with Candied Cherry Tomato

Mozzarella di Bufala Caprese Fresh Bufala Mozzarella and Vine-ripened Tomatoes with Extra Virgin Olive Oil Emulsion

Melanzane alla Ghiotta Eggplant Rolled and Sautéed with Roasted Veal Stuffing and Basil, Baked in Fresh Tomato Sauce

Pa s ta & R i s ot t i Trio Toscana Ricotta and Spinach Tortelloni, Fettuccine Carbonara and Lobster Risotto

Linguine Cioppino Linguini Pasta with Little Neck Clams, Black Mussels, Calamari, Shrimp and Monkfish, Sautéed in Pinot Grigio and Cherry Tomato Sauce

Risotto all’Aragosta Arborio Rice Sautéed with Roasted Lobster Medallions, Shallots and Chopped Italian Parsley, Simmered in Lobster Broth

Entrées Aragosta Fra Diavolo Lobster Tail Sautéed with Garlic, Chili Peppers and San Marzano Tomatoes, Served with Homemade Taglioni Pasta

Costate di Vitello Bone-in, Milk-fed Veal Chop Topped with Wild Porcini Mushroom Sauce

Osso Buco alla Milanese Tender Veal Shank Slow-braised in a Porcini Stock, Served with Saffron-infused Risotto

Filetto di Branzino Dorato con Limoni di Sorrento e Capperi Pan-seared Sea Bass Fillet topped with an Emulsion of Sorrento Lemons, Capers and Chardonnay Wine, Served with Grilled Baby Vegetables and Roasted New Potatoes

SO AUT H ENTIC Y OU COUL D B E IN ITAL Y

Desserts Tiramisù A Classic Italian Favorite

Cannoli di Ricotta Cannoli Filled with Citrus-infused Sicilian Ricotta Cream, Served with a Marsala Cherry Ragoût

Lasagna al Cioccolato Rich Chocolate Ganache Layered with Cocoa Dough, Served with a Roasted Pistachio Sauce The items shown above are just a few selections from our extensive menus

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In Italian, Toscana means Tuscan, and just as Tuscan cuisine evolved from rich family traditions, many of our recipes originated with the mothers and grandmothers of our own Italian culinary staff. Presented on elegant, custom-designed Versace china, each dish is a masterpiece that exemplifies the essence of Tuscany and celebrates Italy’s culinary passion. No additional Charge Reservations required


8 Appetizers Terrine de Foie Gras de Canard à la Gelée de Coing Duck Foie Gras Terrine with Quince Jelly and Toasted Brioche

Escargots à la Bourguignonne Traditional Baked Escargots in Shell with Burgundy Garlic Butter

Homard et Caviar, Radis d’Hiver, Émulsion au Miel d’Acacia et Vinaigre de Xeres Steamed Maine Lobster and Caviar Salad with Daikon Radish in Acacia Honey and Sherry Glaze

Soups & Salads Gratiné à l’Oignon Baked Onion Soup with Gruyère Cheese Crust

Crème de Potiron Creamy Pumpkin Soup

Soup de Poisson Marseillaise Fish Soup with Rouille Sauce and Garlic Croutons

Entrées Carré de Veau Mariné à la Tapenade Olive Tapenade and Garlic-marinated Veal Rack

Sole Grenobloise Dover Sole Sautéed with Crispy Croutons, Lemon and Caper Butter

Gambas Sautées Provençale Sautéed Jumbo Shrimp in Lessatini Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Garlic, Parsley and Tomatoes

Canard à l’Orange Crispy Duck Breast with Orange Sauce, Potato Gratin and Braised Red Cabbage

Desserts Tarte aux Pommes à la Frangipane Jacques’ Favorite Apple Tart with Hazelnut Cream

Mousse au Chocolat Café de Paris Chocolate Mousse

A P ASSION FOR FRENC H CUISINE

Crème Brûlée à la Lavande Lavender Crème Brûlée The items shown above are just a few selections from our extensive menus

Comfortable and eclectic, the ambiance is pure French, as is the wonderfully embraceable cuisine. Luscious aromas waft from the gleaming show rotisserie, where chicken, duck, pork, rib and veal roasts slowly turn. Each dish is a classic, ingeniously interpreted by Master Chef Pépin. Available onboard Marina and Riviera No additional Charge Reservations required

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8 Appetizers Spicy Duck and Watermelon Salad Crispy Duck, Watermelon, Cashew Nuts, Mint and Basil with Sweet Fish Sauce

Beef Carpaccio Thinly Sliced Beef with Roasted Peanuts, Coriander, Shallots and Chili Oil

Caramelized Tiger Prawns Caramelized Tiger Prawns, Onions and Scallions with Chili Garlic Sauce

Entrées Miso-Glazed Sea Bass Roasted Sea Bass Marinated with Miso Sauce, Cooked in Hoba Leaf

Lobster Pad Thai Succulent Lobster with Glass Noodles, Bean Sprouts, Lime, Tamarind and Peanuts

Asian-Spiced Lamb Tenderloin Lamb Tenderloin with Kohlrabi Purée, Spinach and Five Spices

Beef Teriyaki Marinated Beef Fillet with Carrots, Lotus, Asparagus and Micro Cress

Desserts Chocolate-Lemongrass Crème Brûlée A Classic Dessert with an Asian Twist

Steamed Ginger Cake Served with Apple-cardamom Ice Cream

Caramel Tapioca Served with Mango and Ginger Cookies The items shown above are just a few selections from our extensive menus

b o l d , c o n t e m p o r a r y a SIAN CUISINE

With a nod to feng shui, Red Ginger radiates harmony and tranquility. The interior simply glows with ebony woods, a dramatic waterfall wall and striking, modern Asian artworks. To complement the stunning decor, Red Ginger’s chefs have created contemporary interpretations of Asian classics. In Red Ginger, the culinary pleasures are as striking as the visual ones. Available onboard Marina and Riviera No additional Charge Reservations required

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T H E MENU AN D MOO D e v o l v e

Informal and carefree, Terrace Café is wonderfully inviting whether you dine indoors or alfresco. In the morning, the entire space is infused with natural sunlight, stimulating the appetite for the sumptuous breakfast selections. Come lunch, the expansive menu of international dishes changes entirely. Evenings, the cuisine takes on a local flair such as a hearty paella in Spain, eggplant parmigiana in Italy or a rich beef bourguignon in France. Onboard Marina and Riviera, the Terrace Café features grilled lobster tails, jumbo shrimp, hand-cut steaks and chops, a sushi bar and hand-tossed fresh pastas.

COME AS Y OU ARE AN D D INE ALFRESCO

Sometimes the ultimate luxury is simply the world’s best burger overlooking the sea. Chefs grill gourmet burgers, tangy barbecue and succulent seafood to order, accompanying them with side dishes like garden-fresh salads and crispy, hand-cut truffle fries dusted with grated aged parmesan. Then top it off with a decadent dessert such as a creamy homemade gelato, a made-to-order hot fudge sundae or a thick hand-dipped milkshake.

TEA TA K ES CENTER STAGE

Four o’clock in the afternoon is recognized as teatime the world over, but few teatimes are as inspired as ours, a celebratory daily event that irresistibly draws guests to Horizons. With a classical string quartet softly playing, our staff glides through the room presenting four-tiered carts filled with finger sandwiches, colorful petits fours, scones with clotted cream, exquisite desserts and of course, a tempting selection of artisanal teas. 23


8 explore onboard Indulge in a signature treatment at the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®

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Learn to prepare a classic Paella Valenciana at the hands-on Bon Appétit Culinary Center+

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Watch a cooking demonstration and learn the secrets of exceptional cuisine

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Express your creativity during a painting class at the Artist Loft+

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Enjoy a Kinesis® workout wall+, indoor cycling, Pilates and the latest equipment at the state-of-the-art fitness center

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Try your hand at blackjack at the Monte Carlo-style casino

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Enrich

Shop for fine fashions and jewelry duty free at the stylish boutiques

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See full-scale production shows and critically acclaimed headline entertainers

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Dance, sing karaoke and listen to live music at Horizons

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Listen to the musical stylings of a classical string quartet

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Attend an insightful enrichment lecture by world-renowned experts

F O L LOW YO U R I M AG I N AT IO N

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Bid on classic and contemporary masterpieces at exclusive art auctions

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Read a bestseller at the English-inspired library

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Sip a selection of fine French vintages at a wine tasting

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Practice your swing at the driving range or play 18 holes on the miniature golf course+

Our ships feature a multitude of enriching activities onboard that reflect the varied interests of those with an appreciation for the finer things in life. Listen to a distinguished pianist interpret a Bach concerto, or while away the hours reading in the welcoming ambiance of the Englishstyle library. Join a Pilates class or indulge in a soothing massage at the Canyon Ranch SpaClub®. Onboard Marina or Riviera, you may even

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Play paddle tennis, bocce or croquet high atop the ship+

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Watch movies under the stars on the Pool Deck

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Enjoy power walking or jogging in crisp, cool sea air on the fitness track

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Relax on a two-person Balinese day bed poolside

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Lounge in the comfort of the Sanctuary+ or Patio

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Take a soothing dip in the thalassotherapy pool or whirlpool tubs

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+Available onboard Marina and Riviera

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take a hands-on cooking class taught by a master chef in the Bon Appétit Culinary Center. You’ll find life onboard to be entertaining, rejuvenating and enlightening, so whatever your inclinations, we encourage you to follow them.


Enjoy happy hour in Martinis on Nautica

8 E n te r t a i n

AT YOUR LEISURE Wireless Internet access+

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Whatever strikes your fancy | The immense variety of entertainment onboard our ships ensures that your interest will be constantly piqued. Enjoy one of our esteemed, often famous guest lecturers, who might be a historian, naturalist or former ambassador eager to share insider knowledge. Our musical performances are equally enriching and, depending on the voyage, may include a live pianist, classical string quartet, dynamic vocalists and spectacular headliners. Later you may wish to try your luck in the elegant Monte Carlo-style casino. Keep in touch | The Internet is a source of news and enriching entertainment, and it’s the best way to stay in touch with loved ones at home. Since our Oceania@Sea Internet Center is open 24 hours a day, staying in touch couldn’t be easier. Because Oceania Cruises features wireless Internet access, you can use your own laptop throughout the ship if you wish. You will also find laptops in all suites, while Marina and Riviera extend this complimentary amenity to guests in Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms as well. In addition, Concierge Level Stateroom and all Suite guests have access to the complimentary use of an iPad®.+

Staffed Oceania@Sea Internet Center+

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English-style library with more than 2,000 books and periodicals

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World-renowned guest lecturers

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Exclusive production shows, including Now and Forever – The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber++

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Eight-piece orchestra

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Classical string quartet

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Jazz nights at Martinis

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Disco and dancing at Horizons

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Monte Carlo-style casino action

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Driving range and 18-hole miniature golf course+++

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Paddle tennis

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Sip a freshly squeezed glass of juice in Marina’s Canyon Ranch SpaClub

8 Beauty & Wellness Canyon Ranch SpaClub® signature treatments

Rej u v e n a te

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State-of-the-art fitness center

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Yoga, Pilates, indoor cycling, aerobics, private and group fitness classes and personal training

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Kinesis® workout wall+

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Private Spa Terrace featuring thalassotherapy pool or whirlpool tubs

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Sauna+, steam room, fitness track and beauty salon

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Canyon Ranch cuisine served in the Grand Dining Room and Terrace Café

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Nutrition and lifestyle consultations; wellness presentations

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Relaxation Room and heated ceramic loungers+

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+Available onboard Marina and Riviera

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More than a spa | Healthy living and spiritual awareness are at the very heart of the Canyon Ranch philosophy. Pushing the boundaries of spa services well beyond the traditional, its award-winning health resorts have been transforming lives since 1979, when the first one was created in Arizona’s spectacular Sonoran Desert. Oceania Cruises and Canyon Ranch have recreated that unique, inspiring environment onboard our ships. Through fitness, exquisite Canyon Ranch cuisine and a multitude of healing therapies, you can discover ways to unleash your untapped potential and make positive changes in your life. Of course, the star element of any Canyon Ranch experience is a spa treatment that will leave you wondering how anything could be quite so perfect. Restore and revitalize | Lose yourself in deep relaxation with a signature Canyon Stone Massage or perhaps a Thai Massage, which originated in Buddhist monasteries. Ease into the soothing waters of the private, open-air whirlpool spa. All Concierge Level and Suite guests enjoy FREE unlimited access to the beautifully appointed Canyon Ranch SpaClub private Spa Terrace, featuring private whirlpools or a thalassotherapy pool, two-person Balinese day beds and beverage service. More opportunities await you in the state-of-the-art fitness center, where you may exercise on the latest fitness equipment or join a class in indoor cycling, aerobics, Pilates or yoga. We encourage you to attend presentations on how to enhance nutritional balance and spiritual wellness.


The Bon Appétit Culinary Center is the only purpose-built, hands-on cooking school at sea

Artist Loft enrichment center

8 E n l i g h te n

Bon Appétit Culinary Center The only cooking school at sea to offer hands-on instruction

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A hands-on approach | Considering seemingly infinite activities, life onboard can be exceptionally gratifying. While many guests prefer passive diversions, such as sipping an expertly prepared illy® cappuccino in Baristas, Marina and Riviera’s onboard enclave for java lovers, others would rather have a more active, participatory role in activities. For budding artists, there is Marina and Riviera’s Artist Loft enrichment center, where talented artists-in-residence offer step-by-step instruction. Under their watchful eye, you may paint with oils or watercolors, perfect your needlepoint skills or create amazing arts and crafts. The courses change continually, and with the masters’ guidance your talents will quickly blossom.

Produced in conjunction with Bon Appétit, America’s premier publication featuring fine food and wine

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Expert master chefs provide instruction in a professional kitchen with fully equipped cooking stations

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Expand your culinary knowledge through shoreside events and Culinary Discovery ToursTM

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Learn by experiencing | For those enthusiasts seeking enlightenment beyond that found in a library or a lecture, Marina and Riviera offer the only customdesigned, truly hands-on cooking school at sea. At the Bon Appétit Culinary Center, you will learn and actually prepare with your own hands a variety of exquisite dishes at your own fully equipped workstation in a state-of-the-art teaching kitchen. Master chefs from around the world will offer guidance and inspiration to fine-tune your techniques, but you will actually prepare the dishes yourself. It’s the ultimate way to learn and truly absorb every step of each recipe, especially since at select ports you may accompany the chef instructors while shopping for ingredients ashore at local markets.

Learn everything from regional cuisines to barbecue grilling

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Our hands-on classes are perfect for every aspiring chef

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Available onboard Marina and Riviera

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Oceania Cruises pioneered extensive overnight stays and late evening departures, allowing guests to truly experience each destination to its fullest.

Take in the scenic views of Santorini

Explore the waterways of Venice

8 Destination Specialists Award-winning, destinationintensive itineraries ranging from 7 to 63 days

Discover

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Overnight and extended stays in many ports allow for in-depth exploration and easy-going touring

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A refreshing mix of popular destinations, boutique ports and seaside villages

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Extensive variety of shore excursions focused on culture, history, adventure and cuisine

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Enjoy cocktails, dinner ashore or full-day excursions with evening departures on most voyages

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Experience the world | Nobody knows the world like Oceania Cruises, and our itineraries reflect that unbridled passion for delivering the very best the world has to offer. Being connoisseurs of the finest destinations, we continually go above and beyond by offering a wonderfully diverse blend of ports. Our mid-size ships go to where larger vessels simply cannot, effortlessly docking at even the smallest boutique destinations. The most vibrant, cultured metropolises are also found on our itineraries, ensuring that new adventures await our guests in every port of call. Time to explore | Days spent exploring these enticing locales are often enhanced by leisurely evenings ashore. Our itineraries feature many overnight stays as well as departures later in the evening to encourage unhurried, in-depth exploration. While in port, you may choose from a plethora of inspired shore excursions. Our new and highly discounted shore excursion packages allow you to make the most of your time ashore at significant savings.


8 10 reasons to book your excursions with oceania cruises

1. Excursions start pierside for convenience and security 2. Low-price guarantee from the moment excursion is booked 3. No penalty assessed if you cancel excursions up to embarkation day 4. Peace of mind knowing on-time return to ship is never in question 5. Excursions monitored by ship’s staff at all times 6. Knowledgeable Englishspeaking guides 7. Local, licensed and insured destination experts 8. Climate-controlled modern transportation 9. Personalized Your World Collection

10. Value-packed Unlimited Passport Collection

Take in Alaska’s natural beauty on an exhilarating glacier hike

Shore excursion packages

Your World Collection Flexibility to custom design your own collection of excursions

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Select your desired number of excursions from our entire portfolio

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Oceania Cruises shore excursion collections | Gain insight into the culture, history and cuisine of the fascinating ports of call you will visit, all at substantial savings from the customary à la carte list price. These collections must be reserved prior to sailing, so be sure to book your collection in advance in order to take advantage of these extraordinary savings. Oceania Choice and Oceania Exclusive excursions | While all of our shore excursions offer extraordinary experiences, Oceania Choice excursions offer unique, one-of-a-kind experiences to the passionate explorer wishing to delve deep into a region’s culture and history. For even more privacy and tour flexibility, our Oceania Exclusive excursions have a minimum participation of 10 guests, and never more than 16. Priority booking | Guests in Concierge Level Staterooms and Suites may book any à la carte excursion, shore excursion package or Oceania Choice and Oceania Exclusive excursion beginning 180 days prior to their sail date. Guests in any stateroom category who reserve either the Your World Collection or the Unlimited Passport Collection can also book 180 days in advance and receive priority confirmation of their participation and selections. A personalized brochure highlighting your voyage’s shore excursion programs will be mailed to you along with all of your vacation documents approximately 75 days prior to your sail date. For more details visit OceaniaCruises.com/shoreexcursions or contact your Travel Agent.

Save up to 25% off regular à la carte prices, subject to a minimum number of excursions when reserved in advance

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Unlimited Passport Collection Enjoy UNLIMITED shore excursion adventures throughout the voyage

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Choose from a vast array of exciting excursions all for one low price

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Save up to 40% off à la carte prices

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As an added bonus, guests will also receive discounts on Oceania Choice and Oceania Exclusive excursions

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George Town’s endless beaches are perfect for relaxation

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Swim with the iridescent marine life in the clear waters off Grand Cayman Rub elbows with the jet set at the luxury yacht marina on Antigua Transit the astounding Panama Canal Witness the extraordinary “Meeting of the Waters” in Santarém

Caribbean, Panama Canal & South America SAPPHIRE SEAS AND EMER ALD ISL ANDS South America and the Caribbean are so vast, so surprising and so filled with wonders that they are more than just destinations. The mixture of culture, history and natural beauty will always keep your interest piqued. Ancient Mayan civilizations whisper to you from the Western Caribbean, while in the Eastern Caribbean, the ties to European homelands live on in the languages and customs of these verdant islands. The Amazon lures you to explore deeper into the untamed jungle with each mysterious mile. Climb to the mountaintop hideaway of Machu Picchu, known as the “Lost City of the Incas,” or immerse yourself in the rhythms of Rio de Janeiro. Leave winter behind as you experience new adventures and warm summer nights with Oceania Cruises.

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bonus savings up to 48% Per stateroom* $300 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Bridgetown

offers expire 31 March 2013

Miami

Ultimate Southern Caribbean

miami

to

miami

14-Day Voyage | Riviera 4 March 2013 day

port

4 Mar 5 Mar

c Miami, Florida

arrive

depart

1 pm

6 pm

Embark

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

6 Mar

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

7 Mar

Oranjestad, Aruba

8 am

6 pm

8 Mar

Willemstad, Curacao

8 am

6 pm

9 Mar

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

10 Mar

St. George’s, Grenada

8 am

6 pm

11 Mar

b Kingstown, St. Vincent

8 am

6 pm

12 Mar

Bridgetown, Barbados

8 am

6 pm

13 Mar

Castries, St. Lucia

8 am

6 pm

14 Mar

St. John’s, Antigua

8 am

6 pm

15 Mar

Gustavia, St. Barts

8 am

6 pm

16 Mar

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

17 Mar 18 Mar

Disembark

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

SUITES

8 am

riviera 4 Mar 2013 Intl INTRO fare

categories AND FARES

CONCIERGE LEVEL

St. George’s

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

c Miami, Florida

c Extended stay programs available. b New port of call for Oceania Cruises.

STATEROOMS

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$15,222

$13,722

VS

Vista Suite

12,722

11,222

OC

Oceania Suite

10,722

9,222

PH1 Penthouse Suite

7,922

4,129

PH2 Penthouse Suite

7,622

4,129

PH3 Penthouse Suite

7,422

4,129

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

6,422

3,499

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

6,322

3,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

6,222

3,499

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

6,122

3,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

6,022

3,219

B2

Veranda Stateroom

5,922

3,219

B3

Veranda Stateroom

5,822

3,219

B4

Veranda Stateroom

5,722

3,219

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

5,022

2,729

F

Inside Stateroom

4,222

2,379

G

Inside Stateroom

4,022

2,379

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Castries

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bonus savings 54% Per stateroom*

up to

$500 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Key West

Cozumel

Mayan Mystique

miami

to

miami

10-Day Voyage | riviera 18 March 2013 day

port

18 Mar 19 Mar

Tulum, available from Costa Maya

c Miami, Florida

arrive Embark

Key West, Florida

depart

1 pm

6 pm

8 am

5 pm

20 Mar

Cruising the Straits of Florida

21 Mar

George Town, Grand Cayman

8 am

3 pm

22 Mar

Cozumel, Mexico

9 am

6 pm

23 Mar

Belize City, Belize

8 am

6 pm

24 Mar

Santo Tomas, Guatemala

8 am

6 pm

25 Mar

Roatan, Honduras

8 am

5 pm

26 Mar

Costa Maya, Mexico

8 am

6 pm

27 Mar

Cruising the Straits of Florida

c Miami, Florida c Extended stay programs available. 28 Mar

PLUS $500 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

Disembark

8 am

riviera 18 Mar 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

$12,755

$12,155

10,255

9,655

8,255

7,655

PH1 Penthouse Suite

5,955

2,749

PH2 Penthouse Suite

5,655

2,749

PH3 Penthouse Suite

5,455

2,749

OS

Owner’s Suite

VS

Vista Suite

OC

Oceania Suite

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

4,655

2,249

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

4,555

2,249

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

4,455

2,249

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

4,355

2,249

B1

Veranda Stateroom

4,255

2,099

B2

Veranda Stateroom

4,155

2,099

B3

Veranda Stateroom

4,055

2,099

B4

Veranda Stateroom

3,955

2,099

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

3,455

1,749

F

Inside Stateroom

2,955

1,499

G

Inside Stateroom

2,755

1,499

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

Roatan

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bonus savings up to 51% Per stateroom* $500 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Salvador San Juan

journey under the sun

rio de janeiro

to

miami

21-Day Voyage | regatta 18 March 2013 day 18 Mar 19 Mar

port

c Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

arrive

depart

1 pm

6 pm

2 pm

8 pm

Embark

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

20 Mar

Salvador, Brazil

21 Mar

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

22 Mar

Fortaleza, Brazil

23 Mar

Fortaleza, Brazil

24 Mar

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

25 Mar

Cruising the Amazon River

26 Mar

Alter do Chão, Brazil (Amazon River)

3 pm

8 pm

27 Mar

Boca da Valeria, Brazil (Amazon River)

8 am

3 pm

28 Mar

Manaus, Brazil (Amazon River)

8 am

6 pm

29 Mar

Parintins, Brazil (Amazon River)

12 pm

6 pm

30 Mar

Santarém, Brazil (Amazon River)

8 am

2 pm

31 Mar

Cruising the Amazon River

1 Apr

Devil’s Island, French Guiana

2 pm

8 pm

2 Apr

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3 Apr

Bridgetown, Barbados

10 am

4 pm

4 Apr

Gustavia, St. Barts

12 pm

8 pm

5 Apr

San Juan, Puerto Rico

9 am

8 pm

6 Apr

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

7 Apr

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3 pm

Fortaleza PLUS $500 shipboard credit per stateroom* categories AND FARES

Disembark

8 am

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

c Miami, Florida c Extended stay programs available. 8 Apr

7 pm

regatta 18 Mar 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$16,908

$15,658

VS

Vista Suite

14,408

13,158

PH1 Penthouse Suite

11,708

5,779

PH2 Penthouse Suite

11,308

5,779

PH3 Penthouse Suite

11,108

5,779

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

9,008

4,729

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

8,808

4,729

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

8,608

4,729

B1

Veranda Stateroom

8,408

4,409

B2

Veranda Stateroom

8,208

4,409

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

7,308

3,679

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

7,108

3,679

D

Ocean View Stateroom

6,508

3,679

E

Ocean View Stateroom

6,308

3,149

F

Inside Stateroom

6,108

3,149

G

Inside Stateroom

5,908

3,149

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

Amazon River

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

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bonus savings 50% Per stateroom*

up to

$300 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Bridgetown St. John’s

caribbean hideaways

miami

to

miami

10-Day Voyage | riviera 28 March 2013 day

port

28 Mar 29 Mar

Tortola

c Miami, Florida

arrive

depart

1 pm

6 pm

Embark

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

30 Mar

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

31 Mar

Tortola, British Virgin Islands

8 am

6 pm

1 Apr

St. John’s, Antigua

8 am

4 pm

2 Apr

Bridgetown, Barbados

9 am

6 pm

3 Apr

Castries, St. Lucia

8 am

5 pm

4 Apr

Gustavia, St. Barts

8 am

6 pm

5 Apr

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

6 Apr 7 Apr

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

c Miami, Florida

c Extended stay programs available. PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

Disembark

8 am

riviera 28 Mar 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

$12,697

$11,697

10,197

9,197

8,197

7,197

PH1 Penthouse Suite

5,897

2,949

PH2 Penthouse Suite

5,597

2,949

PH3 Penthouse Suite

5,397

2,949

OS

Owner’s Suite

VS

Vista Suite

OC

Oceania Suite

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

4,597

2,499

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

4,497

2,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

4,397

2,499

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

4,297

2,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

4,197

2,299

B2

Veranda Stateroom

4,097

2,299

B3

Veranda Stateroom

3,997

2,299

B4

Veranda Stateroom

3,897

2,299

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

3,397

1,949

F

Inside Stateroom

2,897

1,699

G

Inside Stateroom

2,697

1,699

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

Gustavia

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*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Caribbean, Panama Canal & South America


bonus savings up to 46% Per stateroom* $300 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Nassau

offers expire 31 March 2013

Hamilton

southern Allure

miami

to

miami

12-Day Voyage | regatta 8 April 2013 day

port

8 Apr 9 Apr

arrive

c Miami, Florida

Embark

Nassau, Bahamas

10 Apr

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

11 Apr

Hamilton, Bermuda

12 Apr

Hamilton, Bermuda

13 Apr

Hamilton, Bermuda

13 Apr

St. George, Bermuda

14 Apr 15 Apr

Charleston, South Carolina

18 Apr

Charleston, South Carolina

b Port Canaveral, Florida c Miami, Florida

8 am

8 pm

Charleston

3 pm 10 am Disembark

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

6 pm

8 am

regatta 8 Apr 2013 Intl INTRO fare

categories AND FARES

SUITES

5 pm

8 am

c Extended stay programs available. b New port of call for Oceania Cruises.

CONCIERGE LEVEL

8 am

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

b Norfolk, Virginia

17 Apr

STATEROOMS

2 pm

6 am

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

20 Apr

6 pm

8 am 3 pm

16 Apr

19 Apr

depart

1 pm

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$10,499

$9,499

VS

Vista Suite

8,999

7,999

PH1 Penthouse Suite

6,499

3,539

PH2 Penthouse Suite

6,199

3,539

PH3 Penthouse Suite

5,999

3,539

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,199

2,999

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

4,999

2,999

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

4,899

2,999

B1

Veranda Stateroom

4,799

2,759

B2

Veranda Stateroom

4,699

2,759

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

3,999

2,339

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

3,899

2,339

D

Ocean View Stateroom

3,299

2,339

E

Ocean View Stateroom

3,099

2,039

F

Inside Stateroom

2,899

2,039

G

Inside Stateroom

2,699

2,039

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

St. George

Caribbean, Panama Canal & South America

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bonus savings 47% Per stateroom*

up to

$500 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

George Town

Puntarenas

Footsteps of BalboA

miami

to

san francisco

19-Day Voyage | regatta 20 April 2013 day 20 Apr 21 Apr

Cabo San Lucas PLUS $500 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

regatta 20 Apr 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$15,199

$13,699

VS

Vista Suite

12,699

11,199

PH1 Penthouse Suite

9,799

5,229

PH2 Penthouse Suite

9,499

5,229

PH3 Penthouse Suite

9,299

5,229

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

7,999

4,279

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

7,699

4,279

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

7,499

4,279

B1

Veranda Stateroom

7,299

3,989

B2

Veranda Stateroom

7,099

3,989

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

6,299

3,329

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

6,099

3,329

D

Ocean View Stateroom

5,399

3,329

E

Ocean View Stateroom

5,199

2,849

F

Inside Stateroom

4,899

2,849

G

Inside Stateroom

4,699

2,849

port

c Miami, Florida

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depart

1 pm

6 pm

10 am

5 pm

Cruising the Straits of Florida

22 Apr

George Town, Grand Cayman

23 Apr

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

24 Apr

Cartagena, Colombia

25 Apr

Colón, Panama

26 Apr

Panama Canal Daylight Transit

27 Apr

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

28 Apr

Puntarenas, Costa Rica

29 Apr

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

30 Apr 1 May

8 am

3 pm

11 am

11 pm

8 am

8 pm

Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala

8 am

7 pm

Puerto Chiapas, Mexico

8 am

5 pm

2 May

Huatulco, Mexico

8 am

4 pm

3 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

4 May

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

8 am

3 pm

5 May

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

9 am

5 pm

6 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

7 May

San Diego, California

12 pm

11 pm

8 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

c San Francisco, California c Extended stay programs available. 9 May

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

arrive Embark

Cartagena

Caribbean, Panama Canal & South America

Disembark

8 am


bonus savings up to 49% Per stateroom* $300 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Machu Picchu, available from Lima

offers expire 31 March 2013

Quito

grand panama canal signature sailing – Wine & Food Celebration | 6 May Epicureans are in for a treat! Join celebrated chefs, wine connoisseurs and other experts for culinary demonstrations, wine tastings and more.

Guest Lecturer | Wendy Perrin, Director of Consumer News and Digital Community for Condé Nast Traveler One of the world’s most famous and trusted travel experts, Wendy will share valuable insights gained from her extensive travels. Wendy writes the magazine’s practical advice column, The Perrin Report. Her blog has been recognized by The Telegraph as “one of the world’s best travel blogs.”

lima

to

new york

20-Day Voyage | Marina 6 May 2013 day 6 May 7 May

port

c Lima/Machu Picchu (Callao), Peru

arrive Embark

Lima/Machu Picchu (Callao), Peru

8 May

Salaverry, Peru

9 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

10 May

Quito (Manta), Ecuador

11 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

12 May

Panama Canal Daylight Transit

13 May

Cartagena, Colombia

14 May

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

15 May

Oranjestad, Aruba

16 May

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

17 May 18 May

depart

1 pm 3 pm 8 am

6 pm

8 am

8 pm

10 am

10 pm

8 am

6 pm

St. George’s, Grenada

8 am

6 pm

Castries, St. Lucia

8 am

6 pm

19 May

Bridgetown, Barbados

8 am

4 pm

20 May

Gustavia, St. Barts

12 pm

6 pm

21 May

San Juan, Puerto Rico

8 am

6 pm

22 May

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

23 May

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

24 May

Charleston, South Carolina

8 am

8 pm

25 May

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

c New York, New York c Extended stay programs available.

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom* categories AND FARES Disembark

8 am

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

26 May

Oranjestad

STATEROOMS

Marina 6 May 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$18,489

$16,489

VS

Vista Suite

14,989

12,989

OC

Oceania Suite

12,989

10,989

PH1 Penthouse Suite

10,789

5,899

PH2 Penthouse Suite

10,489

5,899

PH3 Penthouse Suite

10,289

5,899

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

8,889

4,999

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

8,689

4,999

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

8,589

4,999

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

8,489

4,999

B1

Veranda Stateroom

8,289

4,599

B2

Veranda Stateroom

8,189

4,599

B3

Veranda Stateroom

8,089

4,599

B4

Veranda Stateroom

7,989

4,599

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

7,389

3,899

F

Inside Stateroom

6,689

3,399

G

Inside Stateroom

6,489

3,399

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

Salaverry

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Caribbean, Panama Canal & South America

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There are hundreds of moai scattered throughout Easter Island

8 Destination Highlights n

n

n

n

View extremely rare birds, plants and crustaceans on Fakarava, a pristine and dreamlike island Discover the remains of the HMS Bounty, the ship on which the world’s most famous mutiny was staged, off Pitcairn Island In Salalah visit the unique and stunning Darbat Waterfalls Journey to The Valley of the Moon in Jordan for an intimate view of the petroglyphs

South Pacific & Asia J OU R N E Y TO P A R A D I S E French Polynesia has cast its spell over visitors ever since Captain Cook sailed the South Pacific in 1770. Explore the coral reefs of Tahiti, visit the Fa’ahia archaeological site in Huahine and swim in the indescribably blue waters of Bora Bora. Adventures of a different sort await you on Easter Island, where ancient moai statues stand guard over this isolated realm. Or travel east on an extended tour of some of the world’s most intriguing destinations. Explore Luxor Temple and its breathtaking 14th century ruins. The Suez Canal leads you to the sacred caves and elegant beaches of Israel. Then bid Asia farewell as you sail the azure seas of the Mediterranean, bound for Greece and Italy.

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bonus savings up to 40% Per stateroom* $300 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Lima

offers expire 31 March 2013

Fakarava

Pacific Mysteries

papeete

to

LIMA

18-Day Voyage | marina 18 April 2013 day

arrive

depart

1 pm

11 pm

Huahine, French Polynesia

8 am

6 pm

20 Apr

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

8 am

21 Apr

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

22 Apr

Cruising the South Pacific

18 Apr 19 Apr

port

c Papeete (Tahiti), French Polynesia

8 am

6 pm

8 am

6 pm

Cruising the South Pacific

24 Apr

Cruising the South Pacific

25 Apr

b Adamstown, Pitcairn Islands

26 Apr

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

27 Apr

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

28 Apr 29 Apr

b Hanga Roa, Easter Island

30 Apr

Hanga Roa, Easter Island

1 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

2 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

3 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

4 May

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

6 May

8 pm

b Fakarava, French Polynesia

23 Apr

5 May

Embark

8 am 6 pm

Bora Bora

Lima/Machu Picchu (Callao), Peru

c Lima/Machu Picchu (Callao), Peru

8 am Disembark

categories AND FARES

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

c Extended stay programs available. b New port of call for Oceania Cruises.

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

8 am

Marina 18 Apr 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$16,396

$14,896

VS

Vista Suite

12,896

11,396

OC

Oceania Suite

10,896

9,396

PH1 Penthouse Suite

8,596

5,309

PH2 Penthouse Suite

8,296

5,309

PH3 Penthouse Suite

8,096

5,309

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

6,996

4,499

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

6,796

4,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

6,696

4,499

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

6,596

4,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

6,496

4,139

B2

Veranda Stateroom

6,396

4,139

B3

Veranda Stateroom

6,296

4,139

B4

Veranda Stateroom

6,196

4,139

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

5,696

3,509

F

Inside Stateroom

5,096

3,059

G

Inside Stateroom

4,896

3,059

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

Huahine

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

South Pacific & Asia

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bonus savings 50% Per stateroom*

up to

$300 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Petra, available from Aqaba

Jerusalem

Temples and the Holy Land

dubai

to

rome

21-Day Voyage | nautica 29 April 2013 day

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

nautica 29 Apr 2013 Intl INTRO fare per guest

SPECIAL fare

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$17,708

$15,708

VS

Vista Suite

15,208

13,208

PH1 Penthouse Suite

12,508

6,199

PH2 Penthouse Suite

12,108

6,199

PH3 Penthouse Suite

11,908

6,199

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

9,808

5,249

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

9,608

5,249

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

9,408

5,249

B1

Veranda Stateroom

9,208

4,829

B2

Veranda Stateroom

9,008

4,829

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

8,108

4,099

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

7,908

4,099

D

Ocean View Stateroom

7,308

4,099

E

Ocean View Stateroom

7,108

3,569

F

Inside Stateroom

6,908

3,569

G

Inside Stateroom

6,708

3,569

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depart

6 pm

9 am

6 pm

1 May

Muscat, Oman

8 am

6 pm

2 May

Cruising the Arabian Sea

3 May

Salalah, Oman

8 am

6 pm

4 May

Cruising the Gulf of Aden

5 May

Cruising the Red Sea

6 May

Cruising the Red Sea

7 May

Cruising the Red Sea

8 May

Aqaba, Jordan

6 am

8 pm

9 May

Luxor (Safaga), Egypt

8 am

10 May

Luxor (Safaga), Egypt

11 May

Cruising the Red Sea

12 May

Suez Canal Transit

13 May

Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel

14 May

Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel

15 May

Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

16 May

Santorini, Greece

17 May

Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

18 May 19 May 20 May

Embark

8 pm

8 am 8 pm 8 am

6 pm

Taormina (Sicily), Italy

8 am

6 pm

Sorrento/Capri, Italy

8 am

6 pm

c Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

c Extended stay programs available.

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

arrive

Fujairah, UAE

30 Apr

Muscat

port

c Dubai, UAE

1 pm

29 Apr

Luxor

South Pacific & Asia

Disembark

8 am


The water’s edge of Sitka features spruce forests along the seaside town

Alaska UNSPOILED WILDERNESS A N D G L O R I OU S G L A C I E R S Imagine a land where the hand of man is scarcely to be found. Wildflowers sprout from fissures in rocks worn smooth by the wind, and time is measured by the groan of glaciers, not the hands of a clock. This is Alaska, and you are invited to experience all of its many moods. Watch whales cavort just offshore, bears amble down to a secluded cove and the moon rise over a dense, untouched forest. Equally fascinating are the rare settlements where mankind has staked a claim. From the gold rush spirit of Juneau to the native spirituality of Ketchikan and the Russian influence in Sitka, Alaska will enchant you at every turn.

2 for 1 unlimited

shore excursion package save up to $499 per stateroom on select sailings*

See page 42 for details

offers expire 31 march 2013

Alaska Explorer Youth Program For guests who travel with children, our Alaska Explorer Youth Program offers the opportunity for everyone to experience the excitement of exploring the Northwest Coast and Alaska in a meaningful, enriching way. Designed for age groups between 5 and 13, the program is supervised by experienced and enthusiastic youth counselors and includes games, activities and Alaska-inspired special events. Look for this icon on select voyages.

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s h o r e e x curs i o n HI G HLI G H T S Here are a few highlights of the Alaska adventure excursions offered by Oceania Cruises.

juneau, ALASKA Glacier View & Sea Kayaking Experience the pristine beauty of North Douglas Island and views of the Mendenhall Glacier and Auke Bay. Your kayak will allow you to silently approach any wildlife in the area. Keep a watchful eye out for porpoises, seals, eagles, herons or even whales along the way.

ketchikan, ALASKA Saxman Native Village & Lumberjack Show Walk a nature trail to Tribal Clan House and participate in a native dance at Beaver Clan House. See the towering, majestic poles at the Totem Park. Watch the Great Alaska Lumberjack Show bringing to life Alaska’s colorful history, including chopping, sawing, tree climbing and much more.

sitka, ALASKA Tongass Rainforest Nature Hike Discover the diverse flora, fauna and history of the world’s largest temperate rainforest. From the Starrigavan Trailhead, the trail climbs to a unique muskeg terrain and then descends to the Starrigavan Estuary. Walk along Starrigavan Creek, a seasonal spawning ground for salmon. Explore the headlands and Mosquito Cove, a small cove on the ocean.

astoria, oregon Historic Astoria & Fort Clatsop Consider yourself a modern-day explorer as you discover a treasure trove of pioneer history. Visit Fort Clatsop, the winter home of Lewis and Clark, which is now a detailed replica of how the fort was described in Clark’s journal. You will also pass through Uniontown, see the Doughboy Monument and visit the Columbia River Maritime Museum.

For More Information on all Alaska Shore Excursion options Call Your Professional Travel Agent | Visit OceaniaCruises.com/Alaska

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Alaska


bonus savings up to 61% Per stateroom* $500 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Hubbard Glacier

offers expire 31 March 2013

Wrangell

gateway to alaska

san francisco

to

fjords & frontiers

vancouver

vancouver

9-Day Voyage | regatta day 10 May

c San Francisco, California Astoria, Oregon

12 May

Cruising the Outside Passage

13 May

Sitka, Alaska

14 May

Cruising Hubbard Glacier

15 May

Juneau, Alaska

16 May

Ketchikan, Alaska

18 May

1 pm

6 pm

Embark

12 pm

3 pm 8 pm

port

18 May

c Vancouver, British Columbia

20 May

Ketchikan, Alaska

21 May

Cruising the Tracy Arm Fjord & Sawyer Glacier

21 May

Juneau, Alaska

22 May

Sitka, Alaska

5 pm

23 May

Wrangell, Alaska

11 am

8 pm

24 May

Cruising the Inside Passage

c Vancouver, British Columbia c Extended stay programs available. 25 May

Disembark

8 am

regatta 9 May 2013 Intl INTRO fare

categories AND FARES

SPECIAL fare

arrive

depart

1 pm

5 pm

8 am

3 pm

Embark

Cruising the Inside Passage

8 am

Cruising the Inside Passage

c Vancouver, British Columbia

day 19 May

PLUS $500 shipboard credit per stateroom*

1 pm

9 pm

12 pm

8 pm

8 am

6 pm

Disembark

8 am

regatta 18 May 2013

PLUS $500 shipboard credit per stateroom*

Intl INTRO fare

categories AND FARES

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$8,899

$8,399

$9,649

$8,899

VS

Vista Suite

7,399

6,899

Vista Suite

8,149

7,399

PH1 Penthouse Suite

4,999

1,929

PH1 Penthouse Suite

5,649

2,479

PH2 Penthouse Suite

4,699

1,929

PH2 Penthouse Suite

5,349

2,479

PH3 Penthouse Suite

4,499

1,929

PH3 Penthouse Suite

5,149

2,479

VS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

Owner’s Suite

SUITES

per guest

OS

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

3,599

1,579

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

3,399

1,579

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

3,299

1,579

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

4,149

2,029

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

3,949

2,029

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

3,849

2,029

B1

Veranda Stateroom

3,199

1,469

B1

Veranda Stateroom

3,749

1,889

B2

Veranda Stateroom

3,099

1,469

B2

Veranda Stateroom

3,649

1,889

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

2,599

1,229

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

3,149

1,579

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

2,499

1,229

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

3,049

1,579

D

Ocean View Stateroom

2,199

1,229

D

Ocean View Stateroom

2,849

1,579

E

2,749

1,349

2,099

1,049

E

Ocean View Stateroom

Ocean View Stateroom

F

2,549

1,349

1,899

1,049

F

Inside Stateroom

Inside Stateroom

G

Inside Stateroom

2,449

1,349

G

Inside Stateroom

1,699

1,049

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

2 for 1 unlimited

STATEROOMS

SUITES

depart

8 am

c Extended stay programs available.

CONCIERGE LEVEL

arrive

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

11 May

17 May

vancouver

18 May 2013 port

9 May

to

7-Day Voyage | regatta

9 May 2013

STATEROOMS

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

2 for 1 unlimited

shore excursion package

shore excursion package

save $499 per stateroom*

save $499 per stateroom*

See page 42 for details

See page 42 for details

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Alaska

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bonus savings 63% Per stateroom*

up to

$500 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Prince Rupert Seattle

coastal alaska signature sailing – 10-Year Anniversary Sailing | 5 Jul Join Frank Del Rio, chairman and founder of Oceania Cruises, and his wife Marcia, godmother of Regatta, as they set sail to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of Oceania Cruises‘ inaugural sailing.

New Itinerary

seattle to seattle 7-Day Voyage | regatta 28 june | 5 july 2013 day

port

c b Seattle, Washington

Day 1

arrive

depart

1 pm

6 pm

12 pm

9 pm

Embark

Cruising the Inside Passage

Day 2 Day 3

Ketchikan, Alaska

Day 4

Cruising the Tracy Arm Fjord & Sawyer Glacier

Day 5

Wrangell, Alaska

8 am

6 pm

Day 6

Prince Rupert, British Columbia

8 am

6 pm

Day 7

Cruising the Outside Passage

Disembark 8 am c Seattle, Washington c Extended stay programs available. b New port of call for Oceania Cruises.

Day 8

Inside Passage

regatta 28 Jun 2013

PLUS $500 shipboard credit per stateroom*

SUITES CONCIERGE LEVEL STATEROOMS

per guest

per guest

SPECIAL fare

Intl INTRO fare per guest

per guest

Intl INTRO fare

categories AND FARES

regatta 5 Jul 2013 SPECIAL fare

OS

Owner’s Suite

$9,049

$9,049

$8,899

$8,899

VS

Vista Suite

7,549

7,549

7,399

7,399

PH1 Penthouse Suite

5,149

1,929

4,999

1,929

PH2 Penthouse Suite

4,849

1,929

4,699

1,929

PH3 Penthouse Suite

4,649

1,929

4,499

1,929

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

3,749

1,579

3,599

1,579

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

3,549

1,579

3,399

1,579

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

3,449

1,579

3,299

1,579

B1

Veranda Stateroom

3,349

1,469

3,199

1,469

B2

Veranda Stateroom

3,249

1,469

3,099

1,469

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

2,749

1,229

2,599

1,229

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

2,649

1,229

2,499

1,229

D

Ocean View Stateroom

2,349

1,229

2,199

1,229

E

Ocean View Stateroom

2,249

1,049

2,099

1,049

F

Inside Stateroom

2,049

1,049

1,899

1,049

G

Inside Stateroom

1,849

1,049

1,699

1,049

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

2 for 1 unlimited

shore excursion package

save $399 per stateroom* See page 42 for details

Tracy Arm Fjord

44 OceaniaCruises.com

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Alaska


bonus savings up to 61% Per stateroom* $500 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Inside Passage

offers expire 31 March 2013

Ketchikan

glacial passage

seattle

vancouver

to

7-Day Voyage | regatta 22 july | 29 julyu | 5 august s 2013 day

port

Day 1 Day 2

c b Seattle, Washington

arrive

depart

1 pm

5 pm

2 pm

9 pm

Embark

Cruising the Outside Passage

Day 3

Sitka, Alaska

Day 4

Cruising the Tracy Arm Fjord & Sawyer Glacier

Day 5

Wrangell, Alaska

8 am

5 pm

Day 6

Ketchikan, Alaska

8 am

8 pm

Day 7

Cruising the Inside Passage

Wrangell

Disembark 8 am c Vancouver, British Columbia c Extended stay programs available. b New port of call for Oceania Cruises.

Day 8

u  Reverse itinerary — times and port order vary. s Times and port order vary.

regatta 22 Jul | 29 Julu 5 Augs 2013

PLUS $500 shipboard credit per stateroom*

Intl INTRO fare

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$8,699

$8,699

VS

Vista Suite

7,199

7,199

PH1 Penthouse Suite

4,999

1,929

PH2 Penthouse Suite

4,699

1,929

PH3 Penthouse Suite

4,499

1,929

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

3,599

1,579

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

3,399

1,579

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

3,299

1,579

B1

Veranda Stateroom

3,199

1,469

B2

Veranda Stateroom

3,099

1,469

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

2,599

1,229

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

2,499

1,229

D

Ocean View Stateroom

2,199

1,229

E

Ocean View Stateroom

2,099

1,049

F

Inside Stateroom

1,899

1,049

G

Inside Stateroom

1,699

1,049

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

2 for 1 unlimited

shore excursion package

save $399 per stateroom* See page 42 for details

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Alaska

Sitka

OceaniaCruises.com 45


The views of the Tuscan countryside outside San Gimignano are stunning

8 Destination Highlights n

n

n

n

Sip a glass of limoncello at a cliff-hugging café in Sorrento or Capri Stroll along Dubrovnik’s main street weaving between medieval monasteries and churches

Europe SPLENDOR S ON E VERY HORIZON From the lavender fields of Provence and the wildly creative architecture of Gaudí in Barcelona to the bustling markets of Istanbul and the extraordinary collection of

Discover the romantic lakes and pavilions of Copenhagen’s 19th century Tivoli Gardens

masterworks in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Europe is a treasure trove

Tour the halls of the Alcázar of Seville, the residence of Spanish royalty since the Middle Ages

in an iconic gondola. Witness The Creation of Adam in Michelangelo’s marvelous

of unique and thrilling adventures awaiting your arrival. Explore the canals of Venice

fresco on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Profitis Ilias Monastery, perched atop Santorini’s highest peak, offers sweeping panoramic views of the surrounding cliffs and sea. This vast and diverse continent is yours to explore in the comfort of the luxurious ships of Oceania Cruises.

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bonus savings up to 58% Per stateroom* up to $300 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Rhodes

offers expire 31 March 2013

Crete

Accent on antiquities

athens

to

istanbul

10-Day Voyage | Riviera & nautica 15 May | 28 septemberu 2013 day

port

c Athens (Piraeus), Greece

arrive

depart

1 pm

6 pm

Nauplion, Greece

8 am

6 pm

Day 3

Aghios Nikolaos (Crete), Greece

8 am

6 pm

Day 4

Santorini, Greece

8 am

6 pm

Day 5

Marmaris, Turkey

8 am

11 pm

Day 6

Rhodes, Greece

8 am

6 pm

Day 7

Mykonos, Greece

8 am

6 pm

Day 8

Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey

8 am

10 pm

Day 9

Cruising the scenic Dardanelles

Day 1 Day 2

Day 10 Day 11

Embark

Istanbul, Turkey

c Istanbul, Turkey

8 am Disembark

8 am

c Extended stay programs available. u Reverse itinerary — times and port order vary.

Istanbul PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

PLUS $200 shipboard credit per stateroom* categories AND FARES

nautica 28 Sepu 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

Owner’s Suite

$14,399

$13,399

OS

Owner’s Suite

$11,199

$10,349

VS

Vista Suite

11,399

10,399

VS

Vista Suite

9,699

8,849

OC

Oceania Suite

10,399

9,399

PH1 Penthouse Suite

7,099

3,299

PH1 Penthouse Suite

6,999

2,949

PH2 Penthouse Suite

6,799

3,299

PH2 Penthouse Suite

6,699

2,949

PH3 Penthouse Suite

6,599

3,299

PH3 Penthouse Suite

6,499

2,949

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

OS

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,599

2,899

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,399

2,899

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

5,299

2,899

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,499

2,499

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,399

2,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

5,299

2,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

5,199

2,649

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

5,199

2,499

B2

Veranda Stateroom

5,099

2,649

B1

Veranda Stateroom

5,099

2,299

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,599

2,299

B2

Veranda Stateroom

4,999

2,299

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,499

2,299

B3

Veranda Stateroom

4,899

2,299

D

Ocean View Stateroom

4,199

2,299

B4

Veranda Stateroom

4,799

2,299

E

Ocean View Stateroom

4,099

2,049

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,299

1,949

F

Inside Stateroom

3,899

2,049

F

Inside Stateroom

3,599

1,699

G

Inside Stateroom

3,699

2,049

G

Inside Stateroom

3,399

1,699

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

Europe

STATEROOMS

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

riviera 15 May 2013

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

OceaniaCruises.com 47


bonus savings 61% Per stateroom*

up to up to

$500 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Saint-Tropez

Monte Carlo

Mediterranean Grandeur signature sailing – Wine Connoisseur Cruise | 20 May Both connoisseurs and neophytes are sure to enjoy lectures, tastings and other special onboard events hosted by some of the world’s leading wine experts.

signature sailing – Wine & Food Celebration | 23 Jun Epicureans are in for a treat! Join celebrated chefs, wine connoisseurs and other experts for culinary demonstrations, wine tastings and more.

rome

to

Monte Carlo

10-Day Voyage | nautica & riviera 20 may | 23 junEu 2013 day

port

c Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

arrive

depart

1 pm

6 pm

Sorrento/Capri, Italy

8 am

11 pm

Day 3

Amalfi/Positano, Italy

7 am

3 pm

Day 4

Florence/Pisa/Tuscany (Livorno), Italy

9 am

9 pm

Day 5

Ajaccio (Corsica), France

9 am

5 pm

Day 6

Provence (Marseille), France

8 am

9 pm

Day 7

Saint-Tropez, France

11 am

11 pm

Day 8

Cannes, France

7 am

11 pm

Day 9

Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

Day 1 Day 2

Embark

Monte Carlo, Monaco

Day 10

c Monte Carlo, Monaco

Day 11

c Extended stay programs available.

8 am Disembark

8 am

u  Reverse itinerary — times and port order vary. Olbia/Porto Cervo (Sardinia), Italy replaces Ajaccio (Corsica), France.

Provence PLUS $500 shipboard credit per stateroom*

Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom* categories AND FARES

riviera 23 Junu 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

Owner’s Suite

$10,899

$9,899

OS

Owner’s Suite

$14,699

$13,699

VS

Vista Suite

9,399

8,399

VS

Vista Suite

11,699

10,699

PH1 Penthouse Suite

6,799

2,749

OC

Oceania Suite

10,699

9,699

PH2 Penthouse Suite

6,499

2,749

PH1 Penthouse Suite

7,399

2,949

PH3 Penthouse Suite

6,299

2,749

PH2 Penthouse Suite

7,099

2,949

6,899

2,949

SUITES

OS

Concierge Level Veranda

5,299

2,249

PH3 Penthouse Suite

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,099

2,249

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,899

2,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

4,999

2,249

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,699

2,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

4,899

2,099

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

5,599

2,499

B2

Veranda Stateroom

4,799

2,099

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

5,499

2,499

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,299

1,749

B1

Veranda Stateroom

5,399

2,299

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,199

1,749

B2

Veranda Stateroom

5,299

2,299

D

Ocean View Stateroom

3,899

1,749

B3

Veranda Stateroom

5,199

2,299

E

Ocean View Stateroom

3,799

1,499

B4

Veranda Stateroom

5,099

2,299

F

Inside Stateroom

3,599

1,499

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,599

1,949

G

Inside Stateroom

3,399

1,499

F

Inside Stateroom

3,899

1,699

G

Inside Stateroom

3,699

1,699

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

48 OceaniaCruises.com

CONCIERGE LEVEL

A1

STATEROOMS

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

nautica 20 may 2013

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

Europe


bonus savings up to 60% Per stateroom* $300 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Cinque Terre

offers expire 31 March 2013

Pisa

european charms

rome

to

barcelona

10-Day Voyage | riviera 6 JunE 2013 day

port

c Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

arrive

depart

1 pm

6 pm

Sorrento/Capri, Italy

8 am

11 pm

8 Jun

Amalfi/Positano, Italy

8 am

4 pm

9 Jun

Florence/Pisa/Tuscany (Livorno), Italy

8 am

8 pm

10 Jun

Cinque Terre (La Spezia), Italy

8 am

6 pm

11 Jun

Monte Carlo, Monaco

8 am

11 pm

12 Jun

Cannes, France

8 am

11 pm

13 Jun

Saint-Tropez, France

8 am

10 pm

14 Jun

Provence (Marseille), France

8 am

6 pm

6 Jun 7 Jun

15 Jun 16 Jun

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

SUITES

categories AND FARES

CONCIERGE LEVEL

Embark

Marseille

Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

c Barcelona, Spain

c Extended stay programs available.

STATEROOMS

Disembark

8 am

riviera 6 Jun 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$14,699

$13,699

VS

Vista Suite

11,699

10,699

OC

Oceania Suite

10,699

9,699

PH1 Penthouse Suite

7,399

2,949

PH2 Penthouse Suite

7,099

2,949

PH3 Penthouse Suite

6,899

2,949

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,899

2,499

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,699

2,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

5,599

2,499

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

5,499

2,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

5,399

2,299

B2

Veranda Stateroom

5,299

2,299

B3

Veranda Stateroom

5,199

2,299

B4

Veranda Stateroom

5,099

2,299

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,599

1,949

F

Inside Stateroom

3,899

1,699

G

Inside Stateroom

3,699

1,699

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Europe

Amalfi

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bonus savings 63% Per stateroom*

up to up to

$300 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Amsterdam Stockholm

Scandinavian serenade signature sailing – 10-Year Anniversary Sailing | 11 Jun Join Bob Binder, vice chairman of Oceania Cruises, and the extraordinary crew of Marina as they celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Oceania Cruises’ inaugural sailing.

London

to

Stockholm

14-Day Voyage | Marina 11 JUNE | 10 august 2013 day

port

c London (Southampton), UK

Day 1

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Day 2

St. Petersburg PLUS UP TO $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

Day 3

Cruising the North Sea

Day 4

Oslo, Norway

Day 5

Copenhagen, Denmark

Day 6

Berlin (Warnemünde), Germany

Day 7

Cruising the Baltic Sea

Day 8 Day 9

Marina 10 Aug 2013

per guest

per guest

SPECIAL fare

Intl INTRO fare per guest

per guest

Intl INTRO fare

Owner’s Suite

$17,649

$15,899

$17,949

$16,399

VS

Vista Suite

14,649

12,899

14,949

13,399

OC

Oceania Suite

13,149

11,399

13,449

11,899

PH1 Penthouse Suite

10,049

4,129

10,149

4,619

PH2 Penthouse Suite

9,749

4,129

9,849

4,619

PH3 Penthouse Suite

9,549

4,129

9,649

4,619

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

8,549

3,499

8,649

4,059

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

8,349

3,499

8,449

4,059

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

8,249

3,499

8,349

4,059

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

8,149

3,499

8,249

4,059

B1

Veranda Stateroom

8,049

3,219

8,149

3,709

B2

Veranda Stateroom

7,949

3,219

8,049

3,709

B3

Veranda Stateroom

7,849

3,219

7,949

3,709

B4

Veranda Stateroom

7,749

3,219

7,849

3,709

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

7,149

2,729

7,249

3,219

F

Inside Stateroom

6,349

2,379

6,449

2,869

G

Inside Stateroom

6,149

2,379

6,249

2,869

50 OceaniaCruises.com

10 pm 6 pm 9 pm

7 am

9 pm

Riga, Latvia

8 am

5 pm

Tallinn, Estonia

8 am

6 pm

Day 10

St. Petersburg, Russia

8 am

Day 11

St. Petersburg, Russia

Day 12

St. Petersburg, Russia

Day 13

Helsinki, Finland

8 am

Day 14

Stockholm, Sweden

9 am

c Stockholm, Sweden c Extended stay programs available.

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees. $300 shipboard credit per stateroom offered on 11 June 2013 sailing. $200 shipboard credit per stateroom offered on 10 Aug 2013 sailing.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

5 pm

2 pm 8 am

SPECIAL fare

OS

depart

1 pm

12 pm

Day 15 Marina 11 JUN 2013

arrive Embark

Tallinn

Europe

6 pm

Disembark

8 am

6 pm


bonus savings up to 60% Per stateroom* $300 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Dubrovnik Taormina

italian escapade signature sailing – 10-Year Anniversary Sailing | 3 Jul Join Kunal Kamlani, president of Oceania Cruises, on this special voyage onboard Riviera to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Oceania Cruises.

rome

to

venice

10-Day Voyage | riviera 3 JULY | 28 august 2013 day

port

Day 1 Day 2

arrive

c Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Embark

Florence/Pisa/Tuscany (Livorno), Italy

depart

1 pm

6 pm

8 am

8 pm

Day 3

Sorrento/Capri, Italy

12 pm

11 pm

Day 4

Amalfi/Positano, Italy

8 am

6 pm

Day 5

Taormina (Sicily), Italy

8 am

5 pm

Day 6

Corfu, Greece

9 am

6 pm

Day 7

Kotor, Montenegro

8 am

6 pm

Day 8

Dubrovnik, Croatia

8 am

8 pm

Day 9

Cruising the Adriatic Sea

Day 10 Day 11

Venice, Italy

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

Positano

8 am

c Venice, Italy

Disembark

c Extended stay programs available.

STATEROOMS

riviera 3 Jul 2013

8 am

riviera 28 Aug 2013

per guest

per guest

SPECIAL fare

Intl INTRO fare per guest

per guest

Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

OS

Owner’s Suite

$14,699

$13,899

$14,699

$13,849

VS

Vista Suite

11,699

10,899

11,699

10,849

OC

Oceania Suite

10,699

9,899

10,699

9,849

PH1 Penthouse Suite

7,399

2,949

7,399

2,949

PH2 Penthouse Suite

7,099

2,949

7,099

2,949

PH3 Penthouse Suite

6,899

2,949

6,899

2,949

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,899

2,499

5,899

2,499

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,699

2,499

5,699

2,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

5,599

2,499

5,599

2,499

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

5,499

2,499

5,499

2,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

5,399

2,299

5,399

2,299

B2

Veranda Stateroom

5,299

2,299

5,299

2,299

B3

Veranda Stateroom

5,199

2,299

5,199

2,299

B4

Veranda Stateroom

5,099

2,299

5,099

2,299

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,599

1,949

4,599

1,949

F

Inside Stateroom

3,899

1,699

3,899

1,699

G

Inside Stateroom

3,699

1,699

3,699

1,699

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Europe

Sorrento

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bonus savings 56% Per stateroom*

up to

$200 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Istanbul Venice

paths of the Byzantines

Venice

to

Istanbul

12-Day Voyage | Riviera 13 JulY 2013 day

port

c Venice, Italy

13 Jul 15 Jul

Koper, Slovenia

16 Jul

depart

1 pm

Venice, Italy

14 Jul

Kotor

arrive Embark

6 pm 8 am

4 pm

Dubrovnik, Croatia

12 pm

11 pm

17 Jul

Kotor, Montenegro

8 am

6 pm

18 Jul

Corfu, Greece

8 am

3 pm

19 Jul

Santorini, Greece

1 pm

11 pm

20 Jul

Aghios Nikolaos (Crete), Greece

8 am

6 pm

21 Jul

Rhodes, Greece

8 am

6 pm

22 Jul

Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey

8 am

6 pm

23 Jul

Kavala/Philippi, Greece

9 am

4 pm

24 Jul

Istanbul, Turkey

c Istanbul, Turkey c Extended stay programs available. 25 Jul

PLUS $200 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

11 am Disembark

8 am

riviera 13 Jul 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

$16,199

$14,699

OS

Owner’s Suite

VS

Vista Suite

13,199

11,699

OC

Oceania Suite

12,199

10,699

PH1 Penthouse Suite

9,099

3,959

PH2 Penthouse Suite

8,799

3,959

PH3 Penthouse Suite

8,599

3,959

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

7,599

3,479

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

7,399

3,479

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

7,299

3,479

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

7,199

3,479

B1

Veranda Stateroom

7,099

3,179

B2

Veranda Stateroom

6,999

3,179

B3

Veranda Stateroom

6,899

3,179

B4

Veranda Stateroom

6,799

3,179

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

6,199

2,759

F

Inside Stateroom

5,399

2,459

G

Inside Stateroom

5,199

2,459

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

Corfu

52 OceaniaCruises.com

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Europe


bonus savings up to 60% Per stateroom* $300 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Limassol Athens

Sacred Sanctuaries

athens

to

istanbul

10-Day Voyage | Riviera 6 august 2013 day

port

6 Aug 7 Aug

c Athens (Piraeus), Greece

arrive Embark

Aghios Nikolaos (Crete), Greece

depart

1 pm

6 pm

8 am

6 pm

8 Aug

Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

9 Aug

Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel

10 Aug

Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel

11 Aug

Jerusalem (Haifa), Israel

12 Aug

Limassol, Cyprus

8 am

5 pm

13 Aug

Rhodes, Greece

9 am

8 pm

14 Aug

Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey

8 am

4 pm

15 Aug

Istanbul, Turkey

c Istanbul, Turkey c Extended stay programs available. 16 Aug

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

8 am 8 pm

Nazareth, available from Haifa

12 pm Disembark

8 am

riviera 6 Aug 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$14,699

$13,849

VS

Vista Suite

11,699

10,849

OC

Oceania Suite

10,699

9,849

PH1 Penthouse Suite

7,399

2,949

PH2 Penthouse Suite

7,099

2,949

PH3 Penthouse Suite

6,899

2,949

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,899

2,499

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,699

2,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

5,599

2,499

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

5,499

2,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

5,399

2,299

B2

Veranda Stateroom

5,299

2,299

B3

Veranda Stateroom

5,199

2,299

B4

Veranda Stateroom

5,099

2,299

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,599

1,949

F

Inside Stateroom

3,899

1,699

G

Inside Stateroom

3,699

1,699

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

Europe

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bonus savings 62% Per stateroom*

up to

$300 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Aghios Nikolaos Sicily

treasures & monuments

istanbul

to

rome

12-Day Voyage | Riviera 16 august 2013 day

port

c Istanbul, Turkey

16 Aug 18 Aug

Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey

19 Aug

depart

1 pm

Istanbul, Turkey

17 Aug

Florence

arrive Embark

3 pm 12 pm

8 pm

Rhodes, Greece

8 am

6 pm

20 Aug

Santorini, Greece

8 am

6 pm

21 Aug

Aghios Nikolaos (Crete), Greece

8 am

4 pm

22 Aug

Argostoli (Cephalonia), Greece

12 pm

6 pm

23 Aug

Taormina (Sicily), Italy

8 am

6 pm

24 Aug

Amalfi/Positano, Italy

8 am

6 pm

25 Aug

Olbia/Porto Cervo (Sardinia), Italy

8 am

6 pm

26 Aug

Florence/Pisa/Tuscany (Livorno), Italy

8 am

Florence/Pisa/Tuscany (Livorno), Italy

27 Aug

c Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

28 Aug

c Extended stay programs available.

PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

8 pm Disembark

8 am

riviera 16 Aug 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

$16,199

$14,899

OS

Owner’s Suite

VS

Vista Suite

13,199

11,899

OC

Oceania Suite

12,199

10,899

PH1 Penthouse Suite

9,099

3,539

PH2 Penthouse Suite

8,799

3,539

PH3 Penthouse Suite

8,599

3,539

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

7,599

2,999

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

7,399

2,999

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

7,299

2,999

A4

Concierge Level Veranda

7,199

2,999

B1

Veranda Stateroom

7,099

2,759

B2

Veranda Stateroom

6,999

2,759

B3

Veranda Stateroom

6,899

2,759

B4

Veranda Stateroom

6,799

2,759

C

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

6,199

2,339

F

Inside Stateroom

5,399

2,039

G

Inside Stateroom

5,199

2,039

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

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bonus savings up to 54% Per stateroom* $200 shipboard credit Per stateroom*

Lisbon

offers expire 31 March 2013

Bordeaux

Continental shores

london

to

barcelona

10-Day Voyage | nautica 27 august 2013 day

port

arrive

c London (Southampton), UK

depart

1 pm

5 pm

Saint-Malo, France

10 am

6 pm

29 Aug

Pont-Aven (Concarneau), France

12 pm

6 pm

30 Aug

Bordeaux (Le Verdon), France

6 am

8 pm

31 Aug

Bilbao, Spain

8 am

5 pm

1 Sep

La Coruña, Spain

9 am

6 pm

2 Sep

Oporto, Portugal

9 am

6 pm

3 Sep

Lisbon, Portugal

8 am

4 pm

4 Sep

Seville (Cádiz), Spain

11 am

7 pm

5 Sep

Cruising the Strait of Gibraltar & Mediterranean Sea

27 Aug 28 Aug

c Barcelona, Spain c Extended stay programs available. 6 Sep

PLUS $200 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

Embark

Disembark

Saint-Malo

8 am

nautica 27 aug 2013 Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

per guest

per guest

OS

Owner’s Suite

$11,199

$10,349

VS

Vista Suite

9,699

8,849

PH1 Penthouse Suite

7,099

3,299

PH2 Penthouse Suite

6,799

3,299

PH3 Penthouse Suite

6,599

3,299

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,599

2,899

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,399

2,899

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

5,299

2,899

B1

Veranda Stateroom

5,199

2,649

B2

Veranda Stateroom

5,099

2,649

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,599

2,299

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,499

2,299

D

Ocean View Stateroom

4,199

2,299

E

Ocean View Stateroom

4,099

2,049

F

Inside Stateroom

3,899

2,049

G

Inside Stateroom

3,699

2,049

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

*See page 73 for Terms & Conditions

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bonus savings 59% Per stateroom*

up to

$300 shipboard credit

Per stateroom*

offers expire 31 March 2013

Rome

Tuscany

roman legends signature sailing – 10-Year Anniversary Sailing | 6 Sep Joe Watters, founding chairman of Oceania Cruises, requests the pleasure of your company on this special celebration of Oceania Cruises’ 10-year anniversary.

barcelona

to

athens

10-Day Voyage | Nautica 6 september | 25 octoberu 2013 day

port

depart

1 pm

6 pm

Provence (Marseille), France

8 am

6 pm

Day 3

Portofino, Italy

9 am

6 pm

Day 4

Florence/Pisa/Tuscany (Livorno), Italy

8 am

8 pm

Day 5

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

8 am

8 pm

Day 6

Sorrento/Capri, Italy

8 am

6 pm

Day 7

Taormina (Sicily), Italy

8 am

5 pm

Day 8

Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

Day 9

Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey

8 am

6 pm

Day 10

Santorini, Greece

8 am

6 pm

Day 2

Santorini

arrive

c Barcelona, Spain

Day 1

Embark

c Athens (Piraeus), Greece

Day 11

Disembark

8 am

c Extended stay programs available. u Reverse itinerary — times and port order vary. PLUS $300 shipboard credit per stateroom*

STATEROOMS

CONCIERGE LEVEL

SUITES

categories AND FARES

nautica 6 Sep 2013

nautica 25 Octu 2013

per guest

per guest

SPECIAL fare

Intl INTRO fare per guest

per guest

Intl INTRO fare

SPECIAL fare

OS

Owner’s Suite

$11,199

$10,199

$10,899

$10,049

VS

Vista Suite

9,699

8,699

9,399

8,549

PH1 Penthouse Suite

7,099

2,949

6,599

2,949

PH2 Penthouse Suite

6,799

2,949

6,299

2,949

PH3 Penthouse Suite

6,599

2,949

6,099

2,949

A1

Concierge Level Veranda

5,599

2,499

5,099

2,499

A2

Concierge Level Veranda

5,399

2,499

4,899

2,499

A3

Concierge Level Veranda

5,299

2,499

4,799

2,499

B1

Veranda Stateroom

5,199

2,299

4,699

2,299

B2

Veranda Stateroom

5,099

2,299

4,599

2,299

C1

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,599

1,949

4,099

1,949

C2

Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom

4,499

1,949

3,999

1,949

D

Ocean View Stateroom

4,199

1,949

3,699

1,949

E

Ocean View Stateroom

4,099

1,699

3,599

1,699

F

Inside Stateroom

3,899

1,699

3,399

1,699

G

Inside Stateroom

3,699

1,699

3,199

1,699

Offer expires 31 March 2013. Fares are per person, based on double occupancy and reflect all savings. Fares include all cruise-related surcharges, government taxes and fees.

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C ru i s e C a l e n dar Sail Date

Ship

Days

Embark and DISEMBARK

cruise name

Signature Sailings

PAGE

Caribbean, Panama Canal & South America 4 Mar 2013

RIVIERA

14

miami to miami

Ultimate Southern Caribbean

31

18 Mar 2013

RIVIERA

10

miami to miami

Mayan Mystique

32

18 Mar 2013

REGATTA

21

Rio de Janeiro to miami

Journey Under the Sun

33

28 Mar 2013

RIVIERA

10

miami to miami

Caribbean Hideaways

34

8 Apr 2013

REGATTA

12

miami to miami

Southern Allure

35

20 Apr 2013

REGATTA

19

miami to san francisco

Footsteps of Balboa

36

6 May 2013

MARINA

20

lima to new york

Grand Panama Canal

Wine & Food Celebration Wendy Perrin Lecture

37

South Pacific & Asia 18 Apr 2013

MARINA

18

Papeete to Lima

Pacific Mysteries

39

29 Apr 2013

NAUTICA

21

Dubai to Rome

Temples and the Holy Land

40

alaska 9 May 2013

REGATTA

9

San Francisco to Vancouver

Gateway to Alaska

43

18 May 2013

REGATTA

7

Vancouver to Vancouver

Fjords & Frontiers

43

28 Jun 2013

REGATTA

7

Seattle to Seattle

Coastal Alaska

44

5 Jul 2013

REGATTA

7

Seattle to Seattle

Coastal Alaska

22 Jul 2013

REGATTA

7

Seattle to Vancouver

Glacial Passage

45

29 Jul 2013

REGATTA

7

Vancouver to Seattle

Glacial Passage

45

5 Aug 2013

REGATTA

7

Seattle to Vancouver

Glacial Passage

45

47

10-Year Anniversary

44

europe 15 May 2013

RIVIERA

10

Athens to Istanbul

Accent on Antiquities

20 May 2013

NAUTICA

10

Rome to Monte Carlo

Mediterranean Grandeur

6 Jun 2013

RIVIERA

10

Rome to Barcelona

European Charms

11 Jun 2013

MARINA

14

London to Stockholm

Scandinavian Serenade

10-Year Anniversary

50

23 Jun 2013

RIVIERA

10

Monte Carlo to Rome

Mediterranean Grandeur

Wine & Food Celebration

48

3 Jul 2013

RIVIERA

10

Rome to Venice

Italian Escapade

10-Year Anniversary

51

13 Jul 2013

RIVIERA

12

Venice to Istanbul

Paths of the Byzantines

52

6 Aug 2013

RIVIERA

10

Athens to Istanbul

Sacred Sanctuaries

53

10 Aug 2013

MARINA

14

London to Stockholm

Scandinavian Serenade

50

16 Aug 2013

RIVIERA

12

Istanbul to Rome

Treasures & Monuments

54

27 Aug 2013

NAUTICA

10

London to Barcelona

Continental Shores

55

28 Aug 2013

RIVIERA

10

Rome to Venice

Italian Escapade

51

6 Sep 2013

NAUTICA

10

Barcelona to Athens

Roman Legends

28 Sep 2013

NAUTICA

10

Istanbul to Athens

Accent on Antiquities

47

25 Oct 2013

NAUTICA

10

Athens to Barcelona

Roman Legends

56

Wine Connoisseur Cruise

48 49

10-Year Anniversary

56

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8 Suite and Stateroom Amenities Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises exclusive, with 1,000-thread-count linens

n

Refrigerated mini-bar with free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water replenished daily

n

Complimentary and extensive 24-hour room service menu

n

Bulgari toiletries+

n

Twice-daily maid service

n

Full-size bathtub++

n

Signature Belgian chocolates with nightly turndown service

n

Flat-screen television with live satellite news and programming

n

DVD player with extensive media library

n

Wireless Internet access+++

n

110/220 volt outlets

n

Direct-dial satellite phone and cellular service

n

Writing desk and stationery

n

Security safe

n

Handheld hair dryer

n

Thick cotton robes and slippers

n

Plush cotton towels

n

+Bulgari toiletries in Suites and Concierge Level Staterooms ++Available onboard Marina and Riviera (except Inside Staterooms) and in Suites onboard Regatta and Nautica +++Internet usage rates apply

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Suites & Staterooms S PAC E I S T H E U LT i M AT E LU X U R Y Creating the ultimate in luxury, the generous proportions of our suites and staterooms are decorated with traditional hardwoods, rich fabrics, fine furnishings, and art masterpieces. Plump the goose-down pillows of the Prestige Tranquility Bed, an Oceania Cruises exclusive. Breathe the fresh sea air on the private teak veranda that graces the vast majority of accommodations. In our suites you’ll find oversized living and dining areas as well as marble and granite-clad bathrooms with a bathtub. Our palatial Owner’s Suites, Vista Suites and Oceania Suites elevate sea-going opulence to new levels with custom Empire-style furnishings, iconic designs from the Ralph Lauren Home Collection, or the brilliance of contemporary designer Dakota Jackson.

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SUITE Privileges In addition to Suite and Stateroom Amenities listed on page 58

Priority 11am ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery

n

Exclusive card-only access to private Executive Lounge staffed by a dedicated Concierge, featuring complimentary soft drinks, coffees and snacks such as freshly made croissants, Danish, bagels, sandwiches, canapés and teatime delights throughout the day+

n

24-hour Butler service

n

Suite Experience The pinnacle of perfection | The avowed crème de la crème of accommodations, our lavish Owner’s and Vista Suites, luxurious Oceania Suites and astounding Penthouse Suites are studies in perfection. Their profound grandeur and spaciousness are truly astonishing, affirming their status at the very apex of opulence. Guests who desire only the best need not look further than these extravagant suites. Simply ring the Butler for privileged services that include garment pressing and serving your dinner in-suite, course by course. Pamper yourself with Bulgari toiletries. Relax on your private teak veranda. Revel in the fact that the Oceania Cruises suite experience has no peer.

Complimentary in-suite bar setup featuring 4 full-size bottles of premium spirits plus 1 bottle of white or red wine++

n

Welcome bottle of Champagne

n

Priority online specialty restaurant and shore excursion reservations

n

Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub® private Spa Terrace

n

Laptop computer with wireless Internet access+++

n

Complimentary iPad® in Owner’s, Vista and Oceania Suites+++

n

New for 2013! - Exclusive 10% discount on first Internet package

n

New for 2013! - iPad® upon request in Penthouse Suites+++

n

Executive Lounge onboard Marina and Riviera

Bulgari gift set++ and toiletries

n

Full-size whirlpool tub++++

n

Choice of daily printed newspaper++

n

Customized entertainment system with integrated sound system and media library++

B u tler S ervices

n

Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag

n

Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda

n

Complimentary shoe shine service

n

Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation+++++

n

+Available onboard Marina and Riviera ++Owner’s, Vista and Oceania Suites +++Internet usage rates apply; iPad® availability limited in Penthouse Suites ++++Penthouse Suites feature full-size bathtubs +++++Certain limitations apply

Exclusively in Suites Owner’s, Vista, Oceania and Penthouse Suites

Course-by-course in-suite dining+

n

“Order in” from any of our specialty restaurants+

n

Coordination of shoreside dinner and entertainment reservations

n

Priority shore excursion reservations

n

Packing and unpacking upon request

n

Last minute luggage collection

n

Complimentary garment pressing+

n

Complimentary shoe shine service

n

Gourmet evening canapés

n

Special services upon request

n

+Certain limitations apply

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Ow ner’s suite OS

Ow ner’s Suite OS

With rich furnishings from the Ralph Lauren Home Collection, each of the three Owner’s Suites measures more than 185 square metres and spans the entire beam of the ship, boasting a large living room, two walk-in closets, indoor and outdoor whirlpool spas, dramatic entry foyer, a second bathroom for guests and music room with piano. These suites also include exclusive card-only access to the private Executive Lounge.

Immensely spacious and exceptionally luxurious, our six Owner’s Suites are among the first to be reserved by our discerning guests. Spanning nearly 92 square metres, these magnificent suites are fit for royalty. Every imaginable amenity is found here, including a whirlpool tub, private teak veranda, two flat-screen televisions, and a laptop computer and iPad® for your personal use.

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v i s ta s u i t e VS

V i s ta s u i t e VS

Given their lavish interior design by Dakota Jackson and premier location overlooking the bow of the ship, the eight Vista Suites are in high demand. These 111- to 139square-metre suites (size depends on deck location) include card-only access to the exclusive Executive Lounge as well as every imaginable amenity, such as a large walk-in closet, a second bathroom for guests, indoor and outdoor whirlpool spas and your own private fitness room.

Named for their sweeping views over the ship’s bow, the four Vista Suites each sprawl over 73 square metres. Every creature comfort is here, including a second bathroom for guests, whirlpool tub and private teak veranda. Listen to music in enhanced surround sound, or watch a DVD on one of the two flat-screen televisions. Access the Internet wirelessly on the provided laptop computer or iPad®. 61


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Oceania suite OC

penthouse suite ph 1 | P H 2 | P H 3

Conceived by the famed New York designer Dakota Jackson, each of the twelve Oceania Suites sprawls over more than 92 square metres of luxury. Situated in an ideal location high atop midship, these suites feature a living room, dining room, fully equipped media room, large walk-in closet, expansive private veranda, indoor and outdoor whirlpool spas and a second bathroom for guests. Also included is exclusive card-only access to the private Executive Lounge.

The elegant Penthouse Suites rival any world-class five-star hotel for comfort and beauty. Their design is ingenious, maximizing the generous 39 square metres of space and featuring a dining table, separate seating area, full-size bathtub/shower and separate shower, walk-in closet and private veranda. Enjoy exclusive card-only access to the private Executive Lounge and the services of a dedicated concierge.

R e g at ta & N au t i c a P ENT H OU S E S UITE PH1 | PH2 | PH3 Our collection of elegant 29-square-metre Penthouse Suites features every conceivable comfort. Spacious enough for private in-suite dining, the living area features a refrigerated mini-bar and vanity desk, and the marble and granite bathroom is large enough for an indulgent full-size bathtub. Relax on the exquisitely furnished private teak veranda. 62


Concierge Experience

Concierge Level Privileges In addition to Suite and Stateroom Amenities listed on page 58

Priority noon ship embarkation with priority luggage delivery

n

Upgrade your experience | 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 here elevate the experience to the sublime. You will even have the services of a dedicated Concierge and, on Marina and Riviera, exclusive card-only access to the private Concierge Lounge at your disposal.

Exclusive card-only access to private Concierge Lounge staffed by a dedicated Concierge+

n

Welcome bottle of Champagne

n

Priority online specialty restaurant and shore excursion reservations

n

Unlimited access to Canyon Ranch SpaClub速 private Spa Terrace

n

Laptop computer with wireless Internet access++

n

New for 2013! - Exclusive 10% discount on your first Internet package

n

New for 2013! - iPad速 upon request for your enjoyment onboard+++

n

Bulgari toiletries

n

Complimentary Oceania Cruises logo tote bag

n

Cashmere lap blankets, perfect for relaxing on your veranda

n

Complimentary shoe shine service

n

Complimentary pressing of garments upon embarkation++++

n

Concierge Lounge onboard Marina and Riviera

+Available onboard Marina and Riviera ++Available onboard Marina and Riviera; Internet usage rates apply +++Internet usage rates apply; limited availability ++++Certain limitations apply

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C o n c i e r g e L e v e l VERANDA S TATEROOM A1 | A 2 | A 3 | a 4

C o n c i e r g e L e v e l VERANDA S TATEROOM A1 | A 2 | A 3

These beautifully decorated 26-square-metre staterooms reflect many of the luxurious amenities found in our Penthouse Suites, including a private veranda, plush seating area, refrigerated mini-bar and an oversized marble and granite-clad bathroom with a full-size bathtub/shower and separate shower. Guests also enjoy access to the private Concierge Lounge featuring your own dedicated concierge, magazines, daily newspapers, beverages and snacks.

These luxurious accommodations feature a wealth of amenities, including many of those found in our Penthouse Suites. These tasteful 20-square-metre 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. 63


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VERANDA S TATEROOM B1 | B2 | b3 | b4

VERANDA S TATEROOM B1 | B2

As their name implies, Veranda Staterooms feature a private veranda, our most requested luxury. Besides offering an abundance of space, each of these 26-squaremetre staterooms includes a plush seating area, refrigerated mini-bar, spacious closet and a marble and granite-clad bathroom with bathtub/shower and separate shower.

These handsomely appointed 20-square-metre staterooms boast our most popular luxury – a private teak veranda comfortably furnished 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.

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d e l u x e o c e a n V i e w S TATEROOM C

d e l u x e o c e a n v i e w S TATEROOM C1 | C2

These comfortable 22-square-metre staterooms with floorto-ceiling panoramic windows feel even more spacious with the curtains drawn back and the ocean in full view. Features include a generous seating area, vanity desk, breakfast table, refrigerated mini-bar and a marble and granite-clad bathroom with bathtub/shower and separate shower.

With the curtains drawn back and the natural light streaming in, these comfortable 15-square-metre 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 decor.

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Staterooms

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o c e a n v i e w S TATEROOM D

o c e a n v i e w S TATEROOM E

These exquisitely appointed 15-square-metre staterooms are tastefully designed to maximize space and convenience. Enjoy a comfortable seating area with a sofa on which to stretch out, a vanity desk, a breakfast table and a refrigerated mini-bar. A classic porthole flushes the room with light.

Centrally located amidships on deck 6, these comfortable 13-square-metre staterooms are awash in natural sunlight from the expansive window with obstructed views. Features include a vanity desk with chair, a refrigerated mini-bar, a small breakfast table and an ample closet.

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IN S IDE S TATEROOM F | G

IN S IDE S TATEROOM F | G

Wonderful sanctuaries unto their own, these 16-squaremetre staterooms boast beautiful designs and handsome furnishings that add to the serenity. Highlights include a spacious marble and granite-clad bathroom with a shower, as well as thoughtful touches such as a vanity desk, breakfast table and refrigerated mini-bar.

It’s like another world within these delightful private retreats, which boast 14 square metres of beautifully designed luxury. Highlights include a comfortable seating area, a vanity desk, a refrigerated mini-bar and plenty of storage. The ingenious use of space is complemented by the stylish furnishings.

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marina & rivi e ra D eck pl a n s stateroom color Legend

DECK 16 Symbol Legend

DECK 15

Restrooms Elevator Launderette Connecting Staterooms Triple with Sofabed Wheelchair Accessible

DECK 14 DECK 12

Ships’ Specifications Year Built: Marina 2011, Riviera 2012 Gross Tonnage: 66,084 Length: 239.24 metres Beam: 32.2 metres Cruising Speed: 20 knots Guest Decks: 11 Guest Capacity (Double Occupancy): 1,250 Staff Size: 800 Guest To Staff Ratio: 1.56 to 1 Nationality of Officers: European Country of Registry: Marshall Islands

DECK 11 DECK 10 DECK 9 DECK 8

Forward

DECK 7

AFT

DECK 6 DECK 5

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R e g a t t a & N a u t ica D eck pl a n s Stateroom Color Legend Sun Deck Cabanas

DECK 11

Shower

Shower Sun Deck

Symbol Legend

DECK 10

Restrooms Elevator Launderette Obstructed Views Quad with Pullman Quad with Sofabed Connecting Staterooms Triple with Pullman Triple with Sofabed Wheelchair Accessible

Sun Deck

Shower Sun Deck

Cabanas

DECK 9

Shower

Ships’ Specifications Year Built: Regatta 1998, Nautica 2000 Year Refurbished: Nautica 2010, Regatta 2011 Gross Tonnage: 30,277 Length: 180.96 metres Beam: 25.45 metres

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Cruising Speed: 18 knots Guest Decks: 9 Guest Capacity (Double Occupancy): 684 Staff Size: 400 Guest-to-Staff Ratio: 1.71 to 1 Nationality of Officers: European Country of Registry: Marshall Islands

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8 EACH HOTEL PACKAGE INCLUDES 1-, 2- or 3-night luxurious accommodations in top-rated hotels

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Hotel programs designed for you | For our exceptional Pre- and Post-Cruise Hotel Programs, Oceania Cruises painstakingly selects each world-class hotel for its superb location, ambiance, standards of service, cuisine and amenities. Many of our selected hotels have garnered accolades from such prestigious organizations as Michelin and AAA and have been recognized by such prized publications as CondÊ Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure. Linger a little longer | The first day of a fabulous Oceania Cruises vacation can never come soon enough, and once you’ve begun your magnificent journey, you will wish it would never end. Extend your vacation in one of the luxurious hotels featured in our Pre- and Post-Cruise Hotel Programs. Each of our itineraries commences and concludes in historic, vibrant cities that beg for further exploration. A hotel stay lets you delve even deeper into these fascinating destinations, and the services of our exclusive Oceania Cruises hospitality desk are available to assist you in the lobby of each hotel. Relax, recharge, and explore at your leisure before beginning your fantastic cruise. As your marvelous voyage draws to a close, linger another night or two, and savor that final magical port of call.

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H otel selectio n s for yo u City

star Rating Hotel

Addt’l nights 1 night per night

Room Category

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per guest from

City MIAMI

ATHENS

5★ Hotel Grande Bretagne

Classic

$299

$199

AUCKLAND

4★ Skycity Hotel

Standard

$249

$159

5★ Skycity Grand Hotel

Luxury City View

$299

$199

4★ Millennium Hilton Bangkok

Deluxe

$249

$159

5★ Shangri-La Bangkok

Deluxe

$249

$159

5★ Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Superior

$349

$249

BANGKOK

BARCELONA

BEIJING

5★ Hotel Casa Fuster

Standard

$349

$249

5★ Grand Marina Hotel

Superior

$349

$249

5★ Majestic Hotel & Spa

Standard

$399

$279

5★ JW Marriott Beijing

Deluxe

$299

$179

5★ Beijing Marriott City Wall

Deluxe

$249

$159

5★ China World A Shangri-La Hotel

Deluxe

$299

$199

BUENOS AIRES 4★ Sheraton Buenos Aires

CAPE TOWN

Standard

$299

$199

5★ Park Tower Hotel

Standard

$399

$279

4★ The Portswood Hotel

Standard

$299

$199

4★ The Victoria & Alfred Hotel

Piazza Facing $349

$249

5★ Radisson Blu Waterfront Standard (Non-Sea Facing)

$399

$299

Standard

$299

$199

5★ Copenhagen Marriott

Standard

$349

$249

5★ Hyatt Regency Dubai

Standard

$299

$199

5★ Raffles Dubai

Signature

$399

$279

5★ The Ritz-Carlton Dubai

Deluxe

$349

$249

4★ Intercontinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong

Deluxe

$349

$249

5★ Kowloon Shangri-La

Deluxe City View

$399

$279

4★ Ortakoy Princess Hotel

Standard

$249

$159

5★ The Ritz-Carlton Istanbul Bosphorus View

$349

$249

5★ Ciragan Palace Kempinski

Superior Bosphorus View

$499

$399

4★ Casa Andina Private Collection

Traditional

$299

5★ JW Marriott Lima

Deluxe

$349

$229

4★ Lisbon Marriott

Standard

$249

$159

COPENHAGEN 5★ Palace Hotel Copenhagen

DUBAI

HONG KONG

ISTANBUL

LIMA

LISBON LONDON

LOS ANGELES

star Rating Hotel

MONTE CARLO

MONTREAL

$309

5★ Hyatt Regency London at the Churchill

Standard

$549

$379

4★ Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City

Superior

$299

$199

4★ JW Marriott Santa Monica Le Merigot

Standard

$349

$249

per guest from

4★ Miami Biscayne Bay Marriott

Standard

$299

$199

4★ JW Marriott Marquis

Standard

$349

$249

4★ Monte Carlo Bay Hotel

Standard

$449

$249

5★ Fairmont Monte Carlo

Fairmont

$499

$349

4★ Hyatt Regency Montreal Standard

$249

$159

4★ Hilton Montreal Bonaventure

Standard

$349

$249

Standard

$449

$249

Traditional

$499

$349

5★ Le Parker Meridien New York

Superior

$499

$379

4★ Le Meridien Tahiti

Deluxe Lagoon View

$249

$159

4★ Intercontinental Tahiti Resort

Ocean View

$299

$199

4★ Sheraton Rio

Superior (Partial Ocean View)

$349

$249

5★ JW Marriott Rio

Deluxe Atrium View

$399

$279

4★ Sofitel Rio Copacabana

Superior

$449

$299

4★ Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto

Superior

$449

$379

5★ The Westin Excelsior Rome

Standard

$499

$349

SAN FRANCISCO

5★ The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel

Fairmont

$399

$299

SANTIAGO (Valparaiso)

5★ The Ritz-Carlton Santiago

Deluxe

$249

$159

5★ Grand Hyatt Santiago

Grand Deluxe $299

$199

4★ Sheraton Seattle

Standard

$249

$159

4★ The Fairmont Olympic Hotel

Deluxe

$299

$199

Papeete

RIO DE JANEIRO

ROME

SEATTLE

5★ Fairmont Singapore

Fairmont

$299

$199

5★ Mandarin Oriental Singapore

Premier Ocean

$349

$249

5★ Raffles Singapore

Courtyard Suite

$599

$499

4★ Scandic Park

Standard

$299

$179

5★ Sheraton Stockholm

Standard

$349

$249

SYDNEY

4★ Sheraton on the Park

Hyde Park View

$359

$229

5★ Shangri-La Sydney

Standard King $399

$279

VANCOUVER

5★ The Sutton Place Hotel

Standard

$199

$129

5★ Pan Pacific Vancouver

Standard

$249

$159

5★ Hilton Molino Stucky

Deluxe Double

$549

$349

$179

$479

per guest from

4★ Sheraton New York

STOCKHOLM

Deluxe

Room Category

5★ The Westin New York at Times Square

NEW YORK

SINGAPORE

4★ Rubens at the Palace

Addt’l nights 1 night per night

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Fares listed are per guest based on double occupancy and are subject to change unless otherwise specified. Single and triple occupancy rates, additional room nights and upgraded room categories are also available upon request and based on availability. For further details, please contact Oceania Cruises or your Travel Agent. Meals, laundry, telephone calls and other personal items unless specifically noted are not included and are the responsibility of the guest. Pre- and/or Post-Cruise Hotel Programs must be purchased no later than 45 days prior to sail date. Cancellations made 45 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty. Oceania Cruises reserves the right to cancel the availability of any hotel included in the program. In the event that a hotel is unavailable, the guest will receive a complete refund and will be offered a comparable hotel property based on availability.

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ANNOUNCING New & EXCITING

Rewards Onboard Benefits Enjoy an exclusive Oceania Club cocktail party hosted by the Captain and Senior Officers. As you continue to sail with Oceania Cruises, you become eligible to receive additional onboard amenities, such as shipboard credits, FREE pre-paid gratuities, FREE Canyon Ranch速 spa treatments and FREE cruises. In addition you are eligible for savings on Internet and beverage packages and the Unlimited Passport shore excursion collection. Also, a dedicated Oceania Club Ambassador will be onboard to assist you on every voyage. Exclusive Offers Discounted pricing, complimentary amenities and other exclusive privileges are offered on select sailings. You will receive periodic communications with information of interest on upcoming cruises and special offers for members only.

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Oceania Club New & R ew a rdi n g M embership P rivileges for 2 0 1 3

Once you travel with Oceania Cruises, you become a cherished member of the Oceania Club and enjoy rewards such as exclusive cocktail parties, a variety of valuable discounts, shipboard credits and even free cruises. But most importantly, you become part of our family. Feel the warmth, the friendliness and the joy of becoming a part of a family that cares for you, pampers you and makes certain that the more you sail, the more benefits you earn. While the Oceania Club already offers the most generous rewards in premium cruising, we are constantly striving to find more ways to express our appreciation to our loyal guests. We are excited to announce that we have created an entirely new BLUE Level Membership for our guests who have achieved two to four cruise credits, and we have added enhanced benefits to each existing level of the Oceania Club loyalty program for all 2013 sailings. New benefits include substantial discounts on Internet and beverage packages, the Unlimited Passport shore excursion collection and Oceania Cruises logo merchandise.


Oceania club membership

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Silver membership pins $400 shipboard credit n Complimentary pre-paid gratuities n Exclusive Oceania Club cocktail reception n Exclusive members-only offers

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FREE CRUISE* (certain restrictions apply) Diamond membership pins n NEW - $1,000 shipboard credit n Two complimentary Canyon Ranch spa treatments n Complimentary pre-paid gratuities n Exclusive Oceania Club cocktail reception n Exclusive members-only offers

Advanced notice on new itineraries NEW - 50% discount on any single Internet package n NEW - 2  0% discount on the Unlimited Passport shore excursion collection n NEW - 10% discount on any beverage package n NEW - 10% discount on Oceania Cruises logo merchandise

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CRUISE CREDITS 1 Credit Cruises up to 24 days

2 Credits Cruises 25-34 days

3 Credits Cruises 35-44 days

4 Credits NEW! Cruises 45-54 days

5 Credits NEW! Cruises 55+ days

Oceania Club Terms & Conditions *All Oceania Club benefits listed are per stateroom, are based on double occupancy, can only be applied to one booking per voyage, have no cash value and are non-transferable. Benefits other than a shipboard credit cannot be exchanged for a shipboard credit if not taken. The complimentary Canyon Ranch spa treatments are valid on select services only. In order to receive discounts on the Unlimited Passport Collection and Beverage Packages, purchases must be made prior to sailing. Oceania Club benefits do not apply to Travel Agent promotional offers, including but not limited to Travel Agent reduced rates and interline reservations. Oceania Cruises reserves the right to exclude or limit combinability with the benefits or rewards offered by other agency partnerships or promotional offers not specified herein. Oceania Cruises reserves the right to change the program rules, benefits, conditions of qualifications, special offers or cruise level requirements at its sole discretion. Additional cruise credits have been added for Grand Voyages. For a complete list of cruise credits awarded, you may contact an Oceania Club representative.   Guests are required to notify Reservations when requesting the FREE CRUISE. The awarded FREE CRUISE is based on double occupancy, subject to availability at the time of booking, and cannot exceed 14 days in length. The FREE CRUISE must be approved and will be placed as a guarantee until stateroom category has been assigned, upon authorization from the Oceania Club. For cruises over 14 days in length, the cruise cost will be prorated for the additional days. Stateroom category will reflect the accommodations most closely matching the typical category selected by the guests on prior voyages. The shipboard credit amenity is not applicable with the Platinum or Diamond FREE CRUISE. Reservations for the FREE CRUISE may only be made 180 days or more prior to sail date. Other restrictions may apply. Ships’ Registry: Marshall Islands

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Your World. Your Way.® | Your online experience provides the essential information required to plan your next cruise vacation, including itinerary comparisons as well as preand post-cruise programs that include hotel stays and extended land-tour descriptions. Experience our mid-size ships through videos, 360-degree tours and detailed descriptions of all aspects of onboard life, from our suites and staterooms to our exclusive culinary program.

Fine dining – Delight in our onboard culinary program with information about our open-seating dining venues, menus and wine lists.

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General Information Notification | Information contained in this brochure is not an offer or a contract. The transportation of guests and baggage on Oceania Cruises’ vessels is provided solely by the Operator and is governed by the Terms and Conditions printed on the Guest Ticket/Contract. For complete information on Terms and Conditions, itineraries, liability of Oceania Cruises, and all sections mentioned below, please refer to the Guest Ticket/Contract. A copy of the Guest Ticket/Contract is available by contacting your Travel Agent or online at OceaniaCruises.com. Upon booking the cruise, all of the Terms and Conditions of the Guest Ticket/Contract shall be binding on the parties thereto. Fares | Fares are per person and are based on double occupancy. Fares do not include pre-paid charges, personal charges or optional facilities and service fees, as those terms are clearly defined in the Guest Ticket/Contract. Also not included are shore excursions, meals ashore, baggage handling, gratuities, beverages not part of the regular menu, laundry service and other onboard amenities and services, including spa treatments. International Brochure Fares, Intro Fares, Special Fares and Back to Back Fares include cruise-related government fees and taxes. Deposit and Payments | The per person, per cruise deposit required to secure your reservation is 20% of the applicable cruise fare for Owner’s, Vista and Oceania Suites and $750 for all other suite/stateroom categories and must be received within 7 days of your initial reservation. Final balance due must be received no later than 151 days prior to cruise departure for cruises of 15 days or longer and 91 days prior to cruise departure for all other cruises, together with passport details and any special onboard service requests; otherwise, booking may be subject to immediate cancellation and any applicable penalties. American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Travel Agency checks and personal checks are accepted for deposits and full payments. For your convenience, your Final Payment may be automatically charged to the credit card used to make the initial deposit. Oceania Cruises accepts no responsibility for credit card foreign currency/transaction processing fees independently assessed by issuing banks. None of these fees separately charged by the issuing banks accrues to the benefit of Oceania Cruises. Third party credit card charges can only be accepted when accompanied by valid authorization to charge from the relevant card owner. Single Supplements | There will be a charge for single occupancy of 200% of the double occupancy suite or stateroom fare. Third and Fourth Guests | Third and fourth guests in a stateroom, sailing on or after April 8, 2013, will be charged a cruise only rate of $150 per person per day. Third and fourth guests sailing prior to April 8, 2013 will be charged a cruise only rate of $100 per person per day. Children, Infants and Unaccompanied Minors | Infants must be one year of age as of the first day of the cruise. Guests traveling with a young infant that does not meet the infant policy will be denied boarding. No refunds or other compensation shall be due from Oceania Cruises to anyone as a result of the denial of boarding to an underage infant or any accompanying guests. Any guest under the age of 18 must be accompanied by and occupy the same stateroom as an adult 18 years or older. Oceania Cruises does not provide for the care, entertainment or supervision of children.  Guest Etiquette and Consideration | Oceania Cruises, its Masters, General Managers, Chief Pursers or any other deputized figures of authority onboard the vessels reserve the right, at their sole discretion, to disembark any guest, in any port of call, for any reason, should they be considered a nuisance to or endanger the “quiet enjoyment” of guests onboard or if they are found to be a nuisance, threat or danger to guests, staff or otherwise hinder the safe and secure operation of the vessel or any associated land programs. Any guest(s) disembarked from the vessels or associated land programs are solely responsible for any costs incurred with repatriation. The full cruise fare will be considered earned and retained and no refunds or reimbursements given. Please refer to Guest Ticket/Contract for further detailed information. Pregnancy | Oceania Cruises cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during, the cruise. Reservations | To reserve your Oceania Cruises vacation, please contact your Travel Agent. International clients must be booked through travel agencies within their respective country of residence. Changes to a Reservation | Changes to a reservation after deposit and prior to issuance of travel documents may result in assessment of administrative fees and service charges. Administrative fees and service charges will vary and are based on the type of change to your cruise departure, itinerary, hotel or land package or air supplement. Guests are responsible for any additional costs incurred as a result

of these changes. Some changes, including name changes, may also be considered cancellations and applicable fees will be assessed. Any changes to a reservation that result in imposition of airline or other cancellation fees are the responsibility of the guest. No refund will be made for unused or partially used portions of the cruise, including shore excursions or air/land programs arranged by third parties, except as specifically outlined in the Guest Ticket/Contract. Cancellation and Refunds | A 100% cancellation fee will be imposed as indicated for non-appearance or the absence of written notice. Fare is defined as the full cost of any cruise or air component purchased from Oceania Cruises, excluding optional facilities and services fees. Please refer to the full Terms and Conditions of the Guest Ticket/Contract for fees relating to the cancellation of optional facilities and services. A full refund of payments received will be made when Oceania Cruises receives written notice of cancellation as indicated by the Cancellation Fee Schedule listed here. Cancellation notices must be in writing and received by Oceania Cruises no later than the day before cancellation penalties are to be assessed. Guests who cancel within the indicated periods are subject to the following per person cancellation fees: Cruises of Less than 15 Days: Days Prior To Cruise Sail Date

Cancellation Amount

91-120 Days Prior $100 per person administrative fee+ 76-90 Days Prior 25% of Fare 61-75 Days Prior 50% of Fare 31-60 Days Prior 75% of Fare 0-30 Days Prior 100% of Fare Cruises 15 Days or Longer: Days Prior To Cruise Sail Date

Cancellation Amount

151-180 Days Prior $100 per person administrative fee+ 121-150 Days Prior 25% of Fare 91-120 Days Prior 50% of Fare 61-90 Days Prior 75% of Fare 0-60 Days Prior 100% of Fare +The $100 per person Administrative Fee may be converted to a Future Cruise Credit redeemable on bookings made up to 12 months after cancellation date and for travel within 2 years of date of issue. Optional Travel Insurance | We strongly recommend that all guests purchase comprehensive travel insurance that includes Medical and Baggage Protection, as well as Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance to cover the full purchase price of the cruise, including air and/or land program costs. Your Travel Agent can provide additional information about the various insurances available. Itinerary | All itineraries, including points of embarkation and debarkation, are at the discretion of Oceania Cruises and may be modified up to and during the voyage. Oceania Cruises reserves the right to amend, cancel or make substitutions for any travel component without prior notice to the guest, including hotels, ports of call or other modes of transportation if, in its opinion, the situation requires a change or cancellation of arrangements. Oceania Cruises does not assume responsibility or liability for any loss, inconvenience, or expense incurred by guests as a result of any changes or cancellations as detailed in the Guest Ticket/Contract. When practicable, Oceania Cruises will promptly notify guests or their Travel Agent of a cruise itinerary change. Responsibility | Oceania Cruises accepts no liability or responsibility, whether occasioned by railroad, motor coach, private car, boat, aircraft or any other conveyance, for any injuries, damages, loss, accident, delay or irregularity which may be caused either by reason of defect, through the acts or defaults of any company or person or in carrying out the arrangements of the cruise or cruisetour as a result of any cause beyond the control of Oceania Cruises. Guests specifically release Oceania Cruises from any and all claims for loss or damage to baggage or property or from personal injuries or death, or from loss or delay arising out of the acts, omissions or negligence of any independent contractors, such as air carriers, hotels, shore excursion operators, restauranteurs, transportation providers, medical personnel or other providers of services or facilities. All arrangements made with independent contractors are made solely for the convenience of guests and are done at the guests’ own risk. Onboard medical personnel are independent contractors. Oceania Cruises specifically disclaims all liabilities for damages for emotional distress, mental suffering or psychological injury of any kind. Tickets, vouchers and any other travel documents are subject to all terms and conditions of the respective suppliers, some of which may limit a supplier’s liability. Please refer to the Guest Ticket/Contract for further detailed information.

Independent Travel Arrangements | Oceania Cruises does not provide air transportation for international guests. Flights can be purchased separately from your Travel Agent along with your cruise and any other land arrangements that you may require. Oceania Cruises has no responsibility with regard to air or land travel arrangements that have been made by third-party agents, including non-refundable, restricted travel or frequent flyer tickets. This exclusion of liability includes consequences to independently arranged air or land travel that may result in last minute changes in the embarkation or debarkation ports, and delays in arrival at any airport or port location. Please refer to the Guest Ticket/Contract for full Terms and Conditions of these exclusions. Seat Assignments and Pre-Flight Arrangements | Any pre-flight arrangements, such as seat assignments, frequent flyer programs, wheelchair requests, oxygen or special meal requests, must be made by the guest directly with the airlines based on their policies and procedures. Oceania Cruises cannot confirm any special airline requests unless otherwise specified. These special requests and services should be arranged by your Travel Agent directly with the airlines. Baggage Policy | Luggage for Oceania Cruises’ guests must be handled pursuant to regulations and tariffs of airlines, government security requirements and ground operators. Luggage exceeding these limitations will be subject to charges as set forth by the individual operators, including any excess baggage charges. Fees for checked luggage are now common and are the responsibility of the guest. Please check with your specific airline(s) for their respective luggage policy. Oceania Cruises reserves the right to refuse any items that may be considered dangerous (explosives, firearms, liquid oxygen, combustible or illegal items). Oceania Cruises reserves the right to search any baggage for security reasons. All hand-carried luggage and personal effects are the responsibility of the guest at all times. Oceania Cruises is not responsible for the loss of or damage to guests’ luggage. Baggage insurance is recommended. Luggage and personal belongings will be taken off the ship upon guest debarkation. Under no circumstances will luggage be kept onboard without the owner of such luggage being on the vessel. Guests may bring a reasonable amount of luggage onboard an Oceania Cruises vessel. No baggage or items heavier than 70 lbs. will be loaded onto or off-loaded from our vessels. Please refer to your Guest Ticket/Contract for all applicable Terms and Conditions. Documentation and Visas | Passport and Visa requirements, and regulations in regards to vaccination certificates and other health requirements vary by destination. It is the sole responsibility of each guest to obtain and have available the appropriate valid travel and health documents for their chosen itinerary. Any guest traveling without the proper documentation will not be allowed to board the vessel and no refund of cruise fare or any other travel components purchased from Oceania Cruises will be issued. Passports must be valid six months from the date of trip completion. Due to airline security measures, your passport name must match your airline ticket name or you may be denied boarding. Oceania Cruises accepts no responsibility for obtaining required visas nor for advising guests of visa or other immigration requirements beyond the guidelines indicated. Oceania Cruises does not provide visas, except when guests take Oceania Cruises shore excursions in Russia. At selected other ports Oceania Cruises provides visas onboard at a cost already purchased. Travel Advisories | The U.S. Department of State’s Consular Information Sheets are available for every country of the world. Oceania Cruises recommends that all guests visit the U.S. Department of State’s web site at http://travel.state.gov to obtain information concerning the status of any advisories or warnings issued to travelers for specific countries around the world. Cruise Documents | All final cruise documents and other arrangements made by Oceania Cruises on behalf of the guest(s) will be sent to the designated travel agency or directly to the guest approximately 21 days prior to sail date. A service fee may be charged for early issuance of documentation or for the expedited shipment of documents. Clothing | Recommended onboard clothing is resort or country club-casual. For evening dining, elegant casual resort wear is suggested. We request that jeans, shorts, t-shirts or tennis shoes not be worn at dinner. Boarding | Guests are required to be onboard the vessel at least two hours prior to the scheduled departure time. Should the (in)actions of any guest(s) result in the vessel not sailing at its scheduled departure time, Oceania Cruises shall assess Late Departure Fees, beginning at $1,000 per guest, to said guest(s) directly responsible for any departure that is delayed more than 15 minutes beyond the scheduled and published departure time, to cover the

costs levied against Oceania Cruises by port authorities, governmental and quasi-governmental agencies as agreed and liquidated damages. Smoking | For the safety and security of all guests and staff onboard, Designated Smoking Areas are available on the forward, starboard corner of the Pool Deck and in the aft, port corner of Horizons. These areas are comfortably furnished and conveniently located near food and beverage areas. Smoking is expressly forbidden in all staterooms and suites, on verandas, or in any areas of the ship other than officially Designated Smoking Areas. Smoking in a stateroom or suite or on a veranda represents a serious fire and safety hazard to all guests and staff. Guests choosing to disregard this policy will be disembarked at the next port of call and may also be subject to additional fees that will be imposed to cover the costs associated with any damage to and the required cleaning of furnishings, verandas and surrounding deck and accommodation areas. All areas other than those specified as Designated Smoking Areas will remain smoke-free. This includes all guest suites and staterooms, verandas, restaurants, public areas, the Casino and all other areas of the ship. Cigar and pipe smoking is only permitted on the forward, starboard corner of the Pool Deck. Medical Services | Each of our vessels is equipped with limited medical facilities and staffed by internationally accredited medical personnel. Customary Emergency Room fees and charges do apply for medical services and are dictated by the services performed by the ship’s medical staff. Guests with any medical condition(s) or special needs that may require treatment or attention or accommodation during the voyage, or needing to travel with medical apparatus, including wheelchairs, motorized scooters, oxygen therapy, etc., must advise Oceania Cruises in writing at time of deposit. Please note some ports of call may not be suitable for guests with limited mobility and in such cases, may preclude debarkation for any individual with limited mobility, with or without the aid of a wheelchair or motorized scooter. Oceania Cruises has the right to refuse or revoke passage to anyone who, in its judgment, is in a physical, mental or emotional condition unfit for travel or whose comfort onboard may be compromised due to situations beyond the care that can be provided by Oceania Cruises. Alcohol Policy | The sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages will be limited to guests aged 21 years or older. Oceania Cruises will refuse and prohibits the sale or service of alcoholic beverages to guests under the age of 21 years. Guests are kindly reminded to consume alcohol in moderation. Oceania Cruises reserves the right to prohibit and retain all alcohol bought ashore for consumption onboard the vessel. Gratuities | How much you choose to tip is a personal matter and completely at your discretion. For your convenience the following gratuities are automatically added to your shipboard account. For guests occupying staterooms, gratuities of $14.50 per guest, per day will be added. For guests occupying Penthouse, Oceania, Vista or Owner’s Suites where Butler Service is provided, gratuities of $20.50 per guest, per day will be added. In addition, an 18% service gratuity is automatically added to all beverage purchases, spa services and dinner at La Reserve. Naturally, guests may adjust gratuities while onboard the vessel at their sole discretion. Acts of Nature, Strike, or Other Conditions Beyond Control | Neither Oceania Cruises nor the owners or operators of the vessels identified in this brochure shall be liable for delay or inability to perform any condition in this brochure or any part thereof, caused by or arising out of strikes, lockout or labor difficulties or shortages, whether or not Oceania Cruises is a party thereto or to any other acts of nature, force majeure or other circumstances beyond the control of Oceania Cruises. For Profit Entity | Notwithstanding that Oceania Cruises, at the guest’s option, arranges air transportation, hotel accommodations, ground transfers, shore excursions and other services with independent suppliers of the services, it should be understood that Oceania Cruises, being a “for profit entity,” earns a profit on the sale of optional services. Sellers of Travel Laws | Oceania Cruises has obtained exemption from the Sellers of Travel Laws of Florida, California and other similarly situated jurisdictions based upon its status as a common carrier/ocean carrier. Notice | While Oceania Cruises makes every effort to adhere to the specifics shown in this brochure, circumstances may require otherwise. All information contained herein is subject to change without notice at Oceania Cruises’ discretion. All schedules and fares listed in this brochure are subject to change without notice. Oceania Cruises is not responsible or liable for typographical errors, omissions or misprints.

Terms & Conditions *Offers expire 31 March 2013. All fares listed are cruise only in US Dollars, per person, based on double occupancy and include Non-Commissionable Fares. Cruise-related government fees and taxes are included. All advertised fares, offers and any applicable upgrades or special amenities shown are per person based on double occupancy unless otherwise indicated, are subject to availability at time of booking, may not be combinable with groups or other offers or loyalty program benefits, are capacity controlled and may be withdrawn without prior notice or remain in effect after the expiration date. Shipboard credits are per stateroom. For itineraries shown with multiple departures, sailing prices may vary and any “Fares From” pricing is based on Category G unless otherwise indicated. Single rate and rate for 3rd and 4th guests are available upon request; call for details. Cruise Ship Fuel Surcharge may apply and, if applicable, is additional revenue to Oceania Cruises. Introductory, Launch, Back to Back and Special Fares are based on published International Full Brochure Fares. International Full Brochure Fares may not have resulted in actual sales in all cabin categories, may not have been in effect during the last 90 days and do not include Personal Charges and Optional Facilities and Services Fees as defined in the Terms and Conditions of the Guest Ticket Contract which may be viewed at OceaniaCruises.com. Oceania Cruises reserves the right to correct errors or omissions and to change any and all fares, fees and surcharges at any time. Suite and stateroom measurements are approximate, and those in same category may vary in size. They may also have different furniture placement than as depicted in the photographs. Additional Terms and Conditions may apply. Complete Terms and Conditions may be found at OceaniaCruises.com or in the Guest Ticket Contract. Ships’ Registry: Marshall Islands. PRO40257

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