Thursday, 28 March 2013

Oceania's Free Internet Lure

Oceania Cruises is offering guests unlimited free internet access on 10 sailings on  the line's mid-sized luxury cruise ships this year. The company has a fully staffed internet centre, Oceania@Sea, with wireless internet access for guests to use their own laptops, or the PC workstations, while all guests in Suites and Concierge Veranda staterooms also have the use of an iPad throughout the voyage and exclusive use of PCs in the Executive Lounges.

Free internet is being offered on four sailings on board the newest ship in the fleet, the 1,250-guest Riviera, and four on sister ship, Marina, as well as a Mediterranean cruise on board the 684-guest Nautica and a Panama Canal transit on her sister ship Regatta. The company is also offering a $300 onboard credit per stateroom on these sailings, to spend in the bars, restaurants, spa and boutiques.

Example cruises with free internet include the September 29 `Romance and Rivieras’ sailing on Riviera from Lisbon to Monaco, calling into nine ports along the southern Mediterranean coasts of Spain, France and Italy, between Lisbon and Rome, before disembarkation in Monaco. The cruise costs from £1,489pp, including return flights, all meals, no supplement for speciality dining, complimentary soft drinks and bottled water, free internet use and a $300 US onboard credit per stateroom.

For bookings, follow this link to The Cruise Line, the UK's luxury cruising specialists.