Oceania's full fleet (6 cruise ships) returns to operation

   April 5, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Oceania Cruises' full fleet of 6 ships has now returned to operation, after MS Nautica's departure on April 1, 2022.

The officers, staff, and crew were all thrilled to welcome back passengers on board in Civitavecchia-Rome (Italy) for a 10-night Western Mediterranean voyage.

In a post, the company said:

“At last, our entire fleet of beautiful ships is back! The embarkation of the beautifully re-inspired Nautica in Rome today marked our final ship to join the fleet at sea. We have all been waiting a very long time to celebrate this moment and we couldn’t be happier to share it with you, our Oceania Cruises family.” 

On March 30, Oceania welcomed guests back on MS Sirena in homeport Bridgetown (Barbados). The boat departed on a 14-night "Idyllic Transatlantic" voyage (RepositionCruises.com) to Barcelona (Spain). With Sirena's arrival in Barcelona, 5 Oceania-operated vessels will be in the Mediterranean.

Oceania Nautica cruise ship

MS Marina was Oceania fleet's first ship to restart passenger shipping - on August 29, 2021. She was followed by MS Riviera, which restarted sailings in the Greek Isles on October 18, 2021. The 3rd ship scheduled to restart (from PortMiami Florida USA) was MS Insignia, kicking off a 6-month-long world cruise.