Think high-end lines like Oceania Cruises are out of reach? Maybe not. We often find that Oceania offers some of the best values you'll find at sea. Fantastically spacious ships with top-notch service, unique itineraries, and the best cuisine we've had anywhere may cost less than your next cruise on NCL or Princess.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, two of the three largest cruise companies in the world, have brought together an impressive group of cross-disciplinary experts on public health, epidemiology, maritime operations, hospitality, and more. Their goal? Combine all of the best science and experience to identify a science-backed plan for a healthy return to service that ensures the wellbeing of guests, crew, and communities that lines visit. In a time we should all be coming together, these competitors are doing just that. read more
On this special episode we sat down with Frank Del Rio, the President and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. We discuss his journey from a boy in Cuba to the CEO of a publicly traded company, the cruise industry growth potential, fleet expansions, what he's most excited about at NCL, Oceania, & Regent Seven Seas, and more.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, parent company of Oceania Cruises, announced this week that they've contracted Fincantieri ship yards to build two new Allura-class ships at a costs of $658USD million each, roughly 30% greater than the cost of the fleet's newest operating ships, Marina and Riviera. read more