Oceania is a small-ship, luxury cruise line that sails a fleet of six cruise ships to worldwide destinations.
Four of the six ships are Regatta-class ships—Regatta, Nautica, Insignia, and Sirena. All of those vessels were built prior to 2001 for Renaissance Cruises, all at similar sizes (around 30,000 tons) with similar passenger capacity (824 passengers in 343 cabins).
The other two ships, Marina and Riviera, are in the Oceania class. Both operate at 66,000 tons with a capacity of 1,250 passengers across 625 cabins, most of which include private balconies.
Oceania has two more ships on order as part of its new Allura class of ships—Visa, which is set to be delivered in 2023, and another not-yet-named ship. Both of those are expected to come into the service at similar sizes to the Oceania class of ships.
Oceania is a worldwide cruise line, operating in all corners of the world, including in some far-off and less-known destinations in places like the Middle East, South Pacific, Northern Fjords, and more. Luxury guests looking for a unique, small-ship experience are likely to find it with Oceania.
The cruise line also offers a yearly World Cruise, one of the line’s most popular itineraries, that, in 2023, will take guests to four counties, 33 countries, 27 islands, and 96 ports. Guests can opt to sail the whole itinerary or smaller segments.
Oceania Travel Agent Portal
Advisors or agent owners can head to Oceania’s Travel Agent login page to start planning cruises or get certified with the cruise line.
The portal offers a planning section with a booking engine; marketing tools to use to reach out to clients; a sales tips and training section; and information on Oceania’s commission program and rewards and recognition program for their partners.
Oceania Travel Agent Rates & Fams
Oceania offers reduced rates to its travel advisor partners and a guest based on availability on select voyages. The offers, availability, and application process can all be accessed through Oceania’s Travel Agent portal.
Oceania Sales Team
Oceania’s sales team is led by chief sales and marketing officer Frank Del Rio Jr. The team includes senior vice president of sales Nikki Upshaw, a 10-year veteran of the luxury cruise line, along with a team of sales reps and supervisors. Contact information for travel agents wanting to reach the sales team can also be found through that travel advisor portal.
Oceania Training Course
Oceania offers a Travel Partner Training Course that will school advisors on the latest updates, news, and product information. The course is 7 modules long, which much be completed in numerical order, along with a quiz at the end of every module (you have to score 100% in order to progress).
Each module should take between 5 and 10 minutes to complete and advisors are encouraged to work at their own pace.
Oceania also offers a Trade Insider e-newsletter specifically for its travel advisor partners that can be signed up for here.
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