Stern's Guide to the Greatest Resorts of the World, Stern's Guide to the Cruise Vacation, Stern's Guide to European Riverboats and Hotel Barges, and The Indispensable Guide to Foreign Words and Phrases--by Steven B. Stern (Sponsored by Stern's Travel Guides, Ltd.)
     
 
 
OCEANIA CRUISES
8300 NW 33rd Street, Suite 308
Miami, Florida 33122
(800) 531-5658; (305) 514-2300
(305) 514-2222 Fax
www.oceaniacruises.com
 
Marina and Riviera: entered service February 2011 and May 2012, respectively; Marina is 66,172 GRT and Riviera is 66,084 GRT; 785 x 106 feet; 1,250-passenger capacity (double occupancy); 625 cabins; European officers and international crew; cruises to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Caribbean, Central America, South America and the South Pacific (Category A/B-six star).

Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena (formerly R-2, R-1,  R-5 and R-4 and Ocean Princess): entered service in 1998 through 2000; t refurbished in 2010  2011 and 2014; 30,277 GRT; 594 x 84 feet; 684-passenger capacity; 342 cabins; European officers and international crew; cruises to the Mediterranean, Scandinavia and Baltic, Asia and the Far East, Africa Central and South America, the Caribbean, Alaska, New England/Canada, and Panama Canal, Insignia will do two 180-day world odysseys (Category B-six stars).
 
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