Oceania Cruises to Refurbish Regatta-class Ships

Oceania Cruises Regatta-class Owners Suite

Oceania Cruises has announced it will revamp its Regatta-class ships, the Regatta, Insignia, Sirena and Nautica. Dubbed OceaniaNEXT, the $100 million project includes a sweeping array of dramatic enhancements. Each of the 684-passenger ships will receive 342 new designer suites and staterooms, as well as new décor in the restaurants, lounges and bars. Regatta, Insignia, Nautica…

Continue reading

Cruise Critic Announces 2017 Editors’ Pick Awards

MSC Seaside

Cruise Critic announced its Editors’ Pick Awards for 2017 in late December, naming the just launched MSC Seaside as the Best New Ship of 2017. Cruise Critic’s editors believe the ship has the potential to be “one of the best Miami-based ships around.” The ship features terraced cabins (some with…

Continue reading

A monthly cruise calendar for (the rest of) 2017

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland

On a cruise, you can see and experience firsthand some of the most incredible locations (without having to unpack and repack your luggage or deal with airports). As well as traveling to far-flung destinations, cruises are also a great way to see special events that are happening across the globe.…

Continue reading

Oceania, Regent, Azamara & Norwegian to Sail to Cuba

Havana Skyline, Cuba

After waiting for six months, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) finally received approval from the Cuban government allowing it to start cruises to Cuba from Miami, beginning in March 2017. It covers three cruise lines: Norwegian Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and Oceania Cruises. “We are tremendously excited to…

Continue reading