Number of passengers



239 m


Cruise ship review

The Oceania Riviera provides six open-seating dining spots for epicurean adventurers. Check out La Reserve by Wine Spectator for seminars, tastings, and pairings. If you love Asian fusion, the plates at Red Ginger offer aromatic delights. Dry-aged, USDA steaks and seafood are on the menu at the Polo Grill, and the Grand Dining Room switches its offerings each day. Jacques, by Jacques Pépin reimagines French classics, and Privée is the place for private dinner parties.

If you’d like to perfect your cooking skills, the Oceania Riviera offers hands-on workshops in an array of world cuisine in the Culinary Center. On a world cruise? Learn from artists-in-residence at the Artist Loft. If you just want to head to the impeccable Canyon Ranch SpaClub® or steep in a hot, bubbling whirlpool, no one will judge you. A variety of bars and lounges have perfected the art of the pour, and if you crave caffeine, Baristas serves up illy espresso with fresh pastries.

Entertainment aboard the Oceania Riviera varies from jazz nights, live string quartets to Broadway-style extravaganzas, and enriching speaker lectures.