Oceania Cruises has announced plans to introduce solo oceanview staterooms on its fleet of ships, as well as two new sustainable and architectural tour programs. The company also revealed plans for a full-service hotel in 2020 that will be the first addition of its kind at sea.

Oceania Cruises is adding solo oceanview staterooms, two new tour programs focusing on sustainability and architectural landmarks. Read more in detail here: oceania cruises 2022.

Oceania Cruises is adding 14 Solo Oceanview Staterooms to each of its four ships, as well as the OceaniaNEXT initiative’s Go Green and Beyond Blueprints shore excursions.

The solitary cabins will be available on Regatta on September 25, Nautica on September 26, and Insignia and Sirena on October 1.


“One of the most important aspects in Oceania Cruises’ success is that we not only listen to, but also act on, the comments our passengers and travel partners offer,” stated Howard Sherman, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises.

“We are thrilled to be able to provide additional alternatives for solo travelers and a wider range of tour offers, as requested by our visitors and travel partners.”

On Deck 6, the solitary cabins will include Tranquility Beds, minibars, lounge spaces, and plenty of storage space.

Oceania Nautica Oceania Regatta is a sailing competition held in Oceania (photo via Oceania Cruises)

Stateroom rates and availability will be available on April 11, 2022, for sailings beginning on or after September 25, 2022, for Regatta, September 26, for Nautica, and October 1 for Insignia and Sirena.

Oceania will launch more than 150 Go Green trips throughout Africa, Alaska, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, as well as the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Middle East, Northern Europe, and South America.

They will include trips to a sustainable vineyard in Almeria, Spain; learning about hydroponic farming in the forests of St. Kitts; learning about eco-conscious art in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and drinking zero-emission rum in Dartmouth, England, which is thought to be the world’s only carbon-free distillery.

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The Beyond Blueprints excursions, for their part, are aimed to highlight architectural monuments such as Copenhagen’s Royal Library and Blue Planet aquarium, Oslo’s Equinor business building and Munchmuseet, and Marseille’s La Villa Mediterranee and MuCEM.

Barcelona, Belfast, Northern Ireland; Glasgow; La Coruna, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal; and Sete, France are among the Beyond Blueprint destinations.

This year, ten Beyond Blueprint excursions will be available across Europe.

Oceania has announced that more destinations would be added before the end of the year.

“Whether visitors are coming for the first time or the tenth time, our new Go Green and Beyond Blueprints excursions provide fresh views and unique insights to improve their destination experience,” Sherman added.

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