@Ken,We've been on Oceania cruises twice and have a few more booked in the coming few years. The two things I can say about Oceania is that their main focus is on FOOD and they cater to adults. Simply put, if you bring children along, it will be up to you to entertain them as they have no children facilities onboard. But if you love to eat quality food, whether you enjoy eating in the MDR, their specialty restaurants of which there is no extra charge, or at their buffet where you can have steak and lobster every night if you'd like, you definitely want to check out Oceania. In addition as they now have 6 ships, their itineraries are getting a lot more inyteresting.
That's great! I will be interested in your experience, as we've never been on Oceania before (being relatively new to cruising).
Twice on Pearl Seas, though! Once on Royal Caribbean to Alaska. Love the small ships.
HAL (9), Celebrity (2), Oceania (2), Crystal (2), Princess (2), RCI (2), Disney (1)
2017 Celebrity (Canary Islands/TA) - NCL (Caribbean)
2018 HAL (Antarctica) - Oceania (Cuba) - Oceania (Baltic/Iceland) - Oceania (Mediterranean/TA)
2019 Celebrity (Caribbean) - Crystal (Southeast Asia)