Occasionally, you need to put your feet up and treat the whole family. Oceana cruises are wonderful, relaxing affairs that leave you completely revitalised.
There's nothing quite like laying back on one of Oceana's sparkling decks and soaking up the bubbling, cruise atmosphere. The P&O Cruises ship offers a fantastic array of bars, dining options and sporting facilities, but it's the friendly, carefully designed and decorated feeling of the Oceana that will remain with you long after your travels.
With over 1,000 cabins that drench the super-liner, each offers their own charm. From irresistible suites with luscious balconies, to delectable, spacious cabins, there's something for everyone. I December 2012, Oceana's staterooms will benefit from a £1 million facelift, to offer stylish, comfortable surroundings to enjoy.
Whether you're in a large group looking for family cruise holidays, or simply a couple after a romantic get away, you'll have no problems finding suitable accommodation onboard the Oceana. The plethora of amenities pouring through the ship will be more than enough to match any needs. The exquisite dining meets every requirement from the splendid, formal Ligurian Restaurant to the relaxed, open Plaza, you'll find somewhere to eat at any time of day. Equally, drinks are covered with ease, with the traditional, cosy Yacht & Compass right to the casual, outdoor Riviera Bar.
- Main restaurants: Adriatic and Ligurian restaurants
- Buffet Court: The Plaza
- 24 hour Cafe Jardin
- Alternative dining: Horizon Grill, bistro dinners in The Plaza
- Coffee and chocolate bar
As of late December '12, Cafe Jardin will feature a menu designed by Marco Pierre White during the evenings, bringing his popular cuisine to Oceana. Oceana also now boasts Freedom dining, meaning passengers can now dine when thy like, with whom they like.
Not forgetting the streams of other facilities available to you. There's the graceful Footlights Theatre, featuring a whole host of West End style shows and musicals. The shop-a-holics looking for luxury cruises will be delighted to see the Bond Street and Regent Street boutiques on E deck, featuring everything from designer clothing to jewellery and watches.
- 12 bars
- Cabaret lounge
- 4 dance floors
Then there's the casino, salon, spa, gym, library, swimming pools... the list is endless. It's simply awash with extras that make an Oceana cruise a must for your Mediterranean and Caribbean cruises.
- 4 outdoor swimming pools
- 6 jacuzzis
- Spa and sauna
- Fully equipped Gym including a spacious aerobics room and personal trainers
- Outdoor Sports Court for games such as cricket, football and short tennis
- Golf Simulator
- Hair salon
Everything has been covered to make your stay as comfortable as possible. In particular, the vast amounts of options for children are really noticeable; including a nursery, 'Buzz Zone' for arcades and music, 'Hideout' for toys and games, a splash pool and 'Treasure Chest' play area for youngsters.
- 2 shops
- Children's and teenagers' rooms
- P&O wedding cruise
Onboard Oceana you will find a dress code that offers the perfect balance of formal, informal and casual. Most evenings on board are informal, where smart casual dress in expected in the dining rooms and restaurants, this means jacket and trousers for gents and casual elegance for ladies. The formal nights are black tie with dinner jackets for men and cocktail dresses for ladies among the expected attire. For those who prefer more casual evenings onboard head to the buffet restaurant where the dress code is casual.