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Next drydock April 23 to 30, 2020

Owner Suite OS
Vista Suite VS
Penthouse Suite PH2
Penthouse Suite PH3
Concierge Veranda A1
Concierge Veranda A2
Interior F

The cruise line seperates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.

The following is a listing of all the cabins we have pictures or videos for on this deck for this ship and also on the sister ships. Click on any highlighted link to view pictures and/or videos (youtube for this cabin = video available). Links for cabins pictures are a membership feature and are limited on the public site

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Handicap Cabins on this deck



 Cabin 10046 Interior



 Cabin 10050 Interior

The median age for cruisers on Oceania's ships is 67 years old, and understanding their clientele, the ships themselves are accessible. The accessible staterooms have wider doorways to the staterooms and bathrooms to accommodate wheelchairs; roll-in/roll-out showers; grab bars in the bathrooms; and an alert button. For guests who are deaf or hard of hearing, room kits featuring a visual and tactile alert system are available upon request and televisions provide close captioning on some channels.

Two points that guests with disabilities should be aware of include (1) The Main Lounge has one step that goes down to the dance floor; however, the ships have spaces reserved for wheelchairs that provide good sightlines to the shows; (2) The doors on the decks are wooden, not automatic. Guests should not be discouraged by this though as the ships have more than 400 staff members who are readily on hand to assist with opening doors. These staff members are also very accommodating with carrying trays on the buffet lines, getting drinks and providing unrivaled personalized service.

Other accessibility features include embarkation and debarkation assistance; accessible gaming; corridors that allow for 180 degree wheelchair turns; and Braille/tactile signage and elevator controls.

Oceania does not provide wheelchairs or scooters for their guests.

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Oceania Marina Cruise Deck Plan Key
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Connecting staterooms symbol Connecting staterooms
Double sofa bed symbol Double sofa bed
Elevator symbol Elevator
Obstructed view symbol Obstructed view
One pullman bed symbol One pullman bed
Restrooms symbol Restrooms
Single sofa bed symbol Single sofa bed
Two pullman beds symbol Two pullman beds
Wheelchair accessible symbol Wheelchair accessible
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