Yes, we can sail away now

Oceania Cruises resumes sailing, with Marina now cruising around Western Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Greek Isles

INITIATE SEAFARE Ribbon cutting of the Marina

On Aug. 29, Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading cruise line focused on culinary and destination, welcomed guests across the gangway for the first time in 524 days. Marina is the first of Oceania Cruises’ ships to resume sailing. It is also the very first cruise ship to sail from the port of Copenhagen since 2019.

“[It was] one those days we will all remember for a lifetime as we reunite with our shipboard families and our guests to start exploring the world once again,” said Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises.

THERE SHE BLOWS The Marina luxury voyage from Oceania Cruises

All Oceania Cruises voyages are operating with a requirement that 100 percent of guests and crew are vaccinated, creating what its management and staff believe is one of the safest vacation experiences in the world.

All Oceania Cruises voyages are operating with a requirement that 100 percent of guests and crew are vaccinated, creating what its management and staff believe is one of the safest vacation experiences in the world.

The line is undertaking a phased restart with its science-backed plan for a healthy return to service that protects its guests, crew, and communities visited. The robust SailSAFE Health and Safety Program creates multiple layers of protection against COVID-19. It was developed with guidance from its team of public health and scientific experts, including the SailSAFE Global Health and Wellness Council and the Healthy Sail Panel.

ALL ABOARD First guests board the Marina

The protocols will be continuously evolved and modified using the best available science and technology.

Oceania Cruises’ first guests to board the Marina cut a ceremonial red ribbon, welcomed by Captain Luca Manzi, master of the Marina, and Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises.

Marina’s first voyage sails from Copenhagen to ports in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Finland prior to concluding in Stockholm. Marina will spend the remainder of the summer and fall cruising around Western Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Greek Isles prior to setting sail for Miami, where she will arrive on Dec. 1, 2021.

Marina is the first ship to resume sailing for Oceania Cruises and will quickly be followed by Riviera, which resumes sailing in the Greek Isles on Oct. 18, 2021, and Insignia from Miami on Dec. 21, 2021, to kick off the epic six-month-long “Around the World in 180 Days” voyage. Sirena resumes sailing in the Caribbean on Jan. 21, 2022, and Regatta will start sailing the following month, on Feb. 5, in Polynesia followed by Nautica in the Mediterranean on April 1.

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