Oceania Nautica deck plans

Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities

Oceania Nautica deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Oceania Cruises deckplan pdf (printable version).

Each of the Oceania Nautica cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Oceania Nautica staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.

ms Nautica (built 2000 as “R Five”, last refurbished in 2016) is the first (and currently the oldest) among the R-class Oceania ships – together with ms Insignia (R One), ms Regatta (R Two) and ms Sirena (R Four). Nautica ship is also sister to Pacific Princess (R Three), Azamara Journey (R Six) and Azamara Quest (R Seven) and Azamara Pursuit (R Eight).

The Nautica cruise ship was built for and operated by the Renaissance cruise line under the name “R Five”. In 2002 the vessel was bought by Royal Caribbean and transferred to their Pullmantur fleet until 2004. In 2005 she was extensively refitted and refurbished, renamed “ms Nautica”, transferred to and operated ever since by the Oceania cruise line.

MS Nautica cruise ship deck plan has a total of 351 staterooms for 704 passengers (max capacity is 812 guests), served by 400 crew/staff. The ship has 9 passenger decks, 4 restaurants, 11 lounges and bars, 1 pool, 3 jacuzzies (1 Spa), 4 elevators, no self-service laundry facilities (passenger use laundromats).

Oceania Cruises Nautica is an “affordable luxury" cruisevessel. Among the Nautica’s best features is that all her decks and verandas are laid with quality teak. All the ship’s dining venues boast luxurious amenities, such as quality china (by Villeroy&Boch), silver (by Christofle) and crystal (by Riedel), and she has an impressive artworks collection on display at various public areas.

Oceania Nautica deck plan changes 2016 refurbishment review

The list of deck plan changes after the 2014 drydock refurbishment in Marseille France (done between April 24-May 16) includes:

  • Passenger cabins renovation (new decors, furnishings, luxury fabrics), new bathrooms (oversized shower), Owner and Vista suites upgrade (onyx and granite vanities).
  • Penthouse Suites were reconstructed to look like those on the upper class ships Marina and Riviera.
  • (deck 10) “Horizons” lounge area has new color scheme and furnishings.
  • (deck 5) the “Martinis” and (deck 9) the Lido area have new furnishings.
  • (deck 9) the Nautica’s Spa complex was reconstructed and two new steam rooms were added. Its changing rooms were redecorated (new mosaics, custom-made tiles).
  • (deck 9) the “Terrace Cafe” buffet area was redecorated, and a new Grill station was added (similar to the one on Marina and Riviera).
  • (deck 5) the “Grand Bar” (wine bar) now has Baristas for complimentary coffee.
  • (deck 11) new deck games (Shuffleboard, 9-hole Mini-Golf).
  • All lounge areas were renovated with new chairs, new carpeting, fabrics and upholstery.
  • The three Oceania cruise ships refurbishment project had a total cost of USD 50 million.

IMPORTANT: The ms Nautica deck plans reviewed here are for Oceania cruises after May 16, 2014.

Deck layouts

  • Deck 03

    Oceania Nautica Deck 03
  • Deck 04

    Oceania Nautica Deck 04
  • Deck 05

    Oceania Nautica Deck 05
  • Deck 06

    Oceania Nautica Deck 06
  • Deck 07

    Oceania Nautica Deck 07
  • Deck 08

    Oceania Nautica Deck 08
  • Deck 09

    Oceania Nautica Deck 09
  • Deck 10

    Oceania Nautica Deck 10
  • Deck 11

    Oceania Nautica Deck 11

Oceania Nautica deck plans are property of Oceania Cruises. All deck layouts are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.