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Oceania Cruises Introduces Free Wi-Fi Fleetwide

Oceania Cruises' Nautica entering SydneyOceania Cruises is joining other high-end cruise lines in offering free Wi-Fi to all passengers. The cruise line revealed today that unlimited, complimentary Internet access would be available across all of its ships by the end of April. (cruisecritic.com)

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New World Cruise on Tap for Oceania in 2020

Oceania Cruises' Insignia in ManhattanOceania Cruises has announced a new Around the World in 180 Days cruise on the Oceania Insignia, departing on January 8, 2020. Crossing the equator four times, the new itinerary visits 95 different ports of call on four continents across 27 time zones and, for the first time on an Oceania Cruises Around the World voyage, circumnavigates South America. (travelagentcentral.com)

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Cruise Lines in difficulties trying to appoint Counsel in Québec Small Claims Proceedings

In two strikingly similar recent cases before the small claims division of the Court of Québec, the court has held twice that the defendant cruise lines may not be represented by lawyers, as questions with respect to the application of Canadian maritime law and the interpretation of the Marine Liability Act are not considered to be complex questions of law under section 542 of the Québec Code of Civil Procedure. (blg.com)



Oceania Cruises Rolls Out New Vegan Menus

Oceania Cruises announced the debut of the most expansive vegan menu offerings and the only cold-pressed raw juice and vegan smoothie bars at sea. The juice and smoothie bars are currently available onboard Marina and Riviera and the vegan menus are available fleet wide on the brand’s six ships – Regatta, Insignia, Nautica, Marina, Riviera, and Sirena. (more…)

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Oceania Sirena Sails First Australian Circumnavigation Cruise

Oceania Cruises’ newest fleet addition Sirena has made its debut in Australian waters following a US$50 million refurbishment. Following its successful introductory season last year, the 684-passenger Sirena marked its place in the Australian market with a 34-day circumnavigation roundtrip from Sydney. (cruisecritic.com)

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