Full Customer Satisfaction with Oceania Cruises

A customer on one of the ships of Oceania Cruise Line can recall the cruise as an experience of comfortable causality without compromising on quality or style. Enjoying food from the 9 dining restaurants, to indulging in Jacques Pepin’s carefully designed menu, to broadcasting your own meals at the Marina and Riviera, to talks on history of the places the guests would be visiting, to watching shows and attending latest movie premieres on board, Oceania aims to accomplish customer satisfaction and provide an “unique out of the way” cruise for its customers.

No Wish Remains Unfulfilled

Distinctive features consist of Jacuzzis and libraries, to health and fitness including yoga, customized sessions with trainers, multiple entertainment sources, 9 dining restaurants, proving luxury coupled with a relaxed and casual ambiance, high end personalization, twenty-four-hour Internet access, visiting over 330 ports all across the globe, heading to destinations not commonly known to people, overnight stay on board for guests allowing them to grasp and learn about the culture of the places that they would be visiting.

Dream Getaway for Sophisticated Couples

High-end clients, mostly couples, are the main focus group. Also, the company claims to provide luxury services at affordable prices, so more people have a chance to visit and learn about the places that they wish to. This strategy has led to Oceania Cruises being a favorite amongst its target audience as more people can access and travel to destinations of their choice.

The Largest Upper Premium Cruise Line

Oceania Cruises travel to more than 330 ports including Europe, Asia, Australia, Caribbean, South America, Alaska and other destinations known and unknown to people. A high-end, small to medium-sized luxurious cruise line offering the best of everything, personalized to the point to their customers is what is known as Oceania cruise. Falling in the low-expensive to the high expensive group as they claim to provide the best in “prices an extended number of people can afford,” Oceania is the largest upper premium class cruise line with a high rate of customer satisfaction.

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Insignia
Passengers 698
Crew 400
Build in 1998
Trips available 55
Price drop this week -5%
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Marina
Passengers 1258
Crew 800
Build in 2011
Trips available 76
Price drop this week -8%
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Nautica
Passengers 704
Crew 400
Build in 2000
Trips available 89
Price drop this week -8%
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Regatta
Passengers 704
Crew 400
Build in 1998
Trips available 71
Price drop this week -4%
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Riviera
Passengers 1258
Crew 800
Build in 2012
Trips available 84
Price drop this week -10%
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Sirena
Passengers 684
Crew 400
Build in 1999
Trips available 81
Price drop this week -4%