Is The Oceania Difference ‘Worth It’?

A Side-by-Side Value Comparison of Oceania vs. Princess, Holland America, and Celebrity


Glenn Boyer says:

I have never used a travel agent as an airline employee, but it seems to be needed with Oceania. I am interested in a January sailing on Marina.

Jon Mack says:

Not sure I would say the Airfare is Free. It is included in their fare, but you can request a credit and make your own arrangements. It resulted in a 1400 per person credit (embarked at Stockholm) off the booking. We stayed in a penthouse suite which is a whopping 420 sq. ft. – really loved that :-). We loved the cruise, but it’s quiet, however; the entertainment was weak on our cruise But we like quiet and not being nickeled and dimed and hassled everytime we walk around the ship. Food is great RED GINGER the Best.

tjk100 says:

My wife & I have done four Oceania cruises – 3 were 20+ days. We are finding the Oceania pricing for excursions are getting pricier each year & buying wine at dinner is easily $50 – $60 per bottle. We are booked on Oceania for 2019 but our next cruise may be on Viking. Can you compare Oceania to Viking?

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