Oceania Cruises adds more extras in fare price

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By Harry Kemble
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Oceania Cruises is promising more value, choice and convenience with the launch of a new fare system that includes return flights, airport transfers, excursion credit and a beverage package.

Called Simply More, it launches on 1 July and applies to all sailings departing from 1 October 2023.

For guests sailing before 1 October 2023, the current OLife Choice offer will remain in place, which includes no cover charge or reservation fee at speciality restaurants, teas, coffees, soft drinks, 24-hour room service, unlimited wi-fi and fitness classes.

The line said Simply More – which also includes the benefits currently offered by OLife Choice – contains ‘virtually everything’ passengers would want and had been designed to create ‘long-lasting memories in enticing destinations and provide access to exquisite indulgences’.

Oceania said fares would go up to reflect the number of additions that are now included in the price.

Beverages in the Simply More package include premium-label champagnes, wines, and more than 20 American and international beers during lunch and dinner.

Simply More shore excursion credit varies depending on the length of the cruise. For example, passengers on itineraries of seven to nine days will get $600 per stateroom.

Passengers on sailings of 31 to 35 days will get $1,600 per stateroom.

President Frank A. Del Rio said: “Our guests will enjoy even more value, more choice and more convenience than ever before.

“Over the past 20 years, we have continued to adapt and evolve to the wants and needs of our valued trade partners and guests.”

He added: “We are always seeking to enhance the Oceania Cruises experience and raise the bar in offering the best value in luxury cruising.

“So, we asked our key audiences, guests and travel partners, what they wanted, and that was simplicity, choice and value. Through our new Simply More value promise, they now have all three.”

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