Families with children have a great time on this ship – age specific clubs provide varied entertainment alongside the night nursery for under fours. These is complemented by the restaurants, swimming pools and special shore excursions created for all the family.
If you want to keep up fit, there are plenty of sports facilities to help you along, including short tennis, table tennis and modern gym facilities. After your workout, you can treat yourself to a massage treatment, facial or acupuncture in the luxury of Oasis Spa. You can even get your haircut before dinner in the salon, while the saunas and steam rooms also provide a great respite for the adult guests.
Oceana spends its summers in the heart of the Mediterranean – a wonderful and exciting place to visit and when you’re not onshore, there are many luxury venues onboard to keep you pampered. The ship’s nine bars and lounges are great for adults, and there is plenty to choose from, including Magnums Champagne and Caviar Bar, and the Yacht & Compass Lounge, which includes a large dance floor and bandstand – perfect for some after dinner entertainment.
Three main restaurants offer a choice of traditional Club Dining with fixed dining every night. There’s also Freedom Dining, with no fixed seating or times. And for a modest charge you can also incorporate Select Dining options into your evening plans. Enjoy some Italian cooking in celebrity chef Marco Pierre White’s venue Café Jardin – a casual restaurant offering remarkable views over the four-floor atrium with its tropical palm trees, brass and glass-fronted lifts.
Also in the Select Dining category is The Beach House serving tasty steaks and seafood – reminiscent of a beach club, which extends onto a terrace on the Sun Deck with great views across The Riviera and Crystal Pool areas.