Oceania’s internal design is a balance of comfort and functionality. Take a look below!
Cabins on board are a mix of Queen and Twin Share, all featuring ensuite bathrooms and plenty of storage space for your personal items. Windows with sea views line the walls on both the main cabin deck and the saloon deck, which means plenty of natural light during the day and a great view if you elect to stay indoors out of the sun.
The saloon area features a large, comfortable couch area to read, edit images, converse or just kick back with a beverage. The skirting is lined with international plug style outlets so your devices are within reach while they charge.
Juices, tea, coffee and water can be accessed all day at the bar area in front of the galley. Soft drinks, mixers and beers are also available all day at the bar area where an honesty tab records your consumption for billing at the end of your trip. Buffet meals are also served from the bar area, except for dinner which is a la carte.
Outside you will find a smaller lower sun deck with couches and arm chairs, and a larger upper sun deck with a large table and seating. Even on a full boat its easy to find your own space outside to relax, day or night.
Diving is made easy with staff on hand to assist with dive gear both entering and exiting the water. A water level duck board at the back of the boat means entry and exit is a breeze. A purpose fitted tender is also used during some dives.
Underwater, find a world of untouched beauty and incredibly biodiversity. Video content is coming soon for MV Oceania, but you can get an idea of a typical trip on board and the diving in our area from this video by Lee Burghard filmed on Oceania’s sister vessel, MV FeBrina: