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The world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line redefines trend-setting standards in solo and sustainable travel.
As the floodgates of travel resolutely open wide and a new world order emerges, the concept of total escape has become the top trend of the day – not just via the destinations people are choosing, but in the way they are traveling. Quickly gaining new ground is solo travel and its advantages, a bold step outside ourselves to find a singular path.
Oceania Cruise Line has a ready finger on this particular travel pulse, reinventing solo luxury cruises, offering more than a dozen ocean-view solo staterooms on four of their most popular luxury ships – the Regatta, Nautica, Insignia and Sirena.
Solo guests slumber in soothing neutral tones surrounded by the type of luxury furnishings, accents and artwork Oceania Cruises is well-known for. The joys of traveling solo are enhanced here with just the right amount of space to call your own. The renowned Tranquility Bed is augmented by ample seating and storage space. The best part? You have your room all to yourself and can do as you please.
Cultivating sustainable study
But as with all Oceania Cruises luxury voyages, the real adventure takes place outside the comfortable rooms, as guests immerse themselves in the curated travel experiences in and around more than 450 marquee and boutique ports of call.
Always on the cusp of innovation, Oceania Cruises offers sustainability-focused tours – more than 150 of them around the world – that offer fresh, local perspectives on the destinations. These Go Green excursions connect guests with residents and local businesses, providing an interactive and educational experience that focuses on how these places are working to conserve their environments. The diverse tour offerings include things like visits to a sustainable vineyard in Spain, a hydroponic farm in the Caribbean and a carbon-free distillery in the United Kingdom. From learning about the ecosystem of a park in Vietnam to touring a sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica, these Go Green adventures span the globe – from Northern Europe to Australia, South America to Alaska.
Architectural design inspection
In addition to ecoadventure exploits, Oceania Cruises also takes guests behind the scenes at some of the world’s most iconic architectural landmarks with its Beyond Blueprints excursions. Ten tours in Europe, with more being added to the list globally, highlight little-known stories behind some of the most inspiring architecture of the modern age. Guests tour extraordinary buildings in cities like Barcelona, Belfast, Glasgow and Lisbon with an architectural historian, who provides the insider details on the inspiration and talent that brought the buildings to life.
Examples include a tour of The Royal Library and the Blue Planet aquarium in Copenhagen, Denmark, and La Villa Mediterranée and MUCEM in Marseille, France.
Just one more reason why Oceania is not just in-step but one step ahead – giving eager guests the opportunity to enjoy the cruise of a lifetime. Contact a Tully Luxury Travel Designer to learn more about the vision Oceania has for the future of luxury cruises.