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Celebrate the Royal Wedding and Experience a Taste of the Royal Life Aboard Oceania Cruises

May 16, 2018 Cruise No Comments Email Email

The much anticipated Royal Wedding has put a renewed spotlight on the United Kingdom, with more people flocking to the British Isles this year. Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary and destination-focused cruise line offers a wide variety of cruises aboard Oceania Nautica that showcase the best of the British Isles and Northern Europe. Here we share three trips worthy of the royal seal of approval.

The 12-day Royal Keepsakes cruise, from Stockholm to London, departing 2 September 2018, will take guests on a
voyage through Scandinavian capitals, to Russian royal palaces and the British Isles. With its final port of call in
London, guests will be able to take a trip into the capital city or venture further out to the St George’s Chapel at
Windsor Castle where royals will have walked down the aisle.

The 12-day British Isles Medley, a round-trip from London, departing 14 September 2018, will take guests on a
voyage to historic cities such as London and Edinburgh as well as past scenic landscapes of Ireland, often nicknames
the Emerald Isle. Must sees for guests include; Westminster Abbey in London where every monarch has been
crowned since William the Conqueror, Edinburgh Castle home to Scotland’s crown jewels and the renovated
dockyards of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, which includes the Titanic Belfast museum.

While the 20-day Royals and Vikings itinerary, departing August 4 2019, explores the North Sea, Atlantic Ocean,
Prince Christian Sound and English Channel, with enchanting and historical stops along the way. Guests will be able
to walk in the footsteps of monarchs, along the Royal Mile in the historic heart of Edinburgh and tour the British
monarch’s official Scottish residence, the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Further north guests will be able to experience
Iceland in the quaint village warmth of Akureyri and Isafjordur as well as the culture of Reykjavik, and even explore
Qaqortoq, Greenland – an area that has been inhabited for 4,300 years.

Oceania’s renowned epicurean excellence for “the finest cuisine at sea” will ensure guests dine like a king across the
entire Oceania fleet. Guests can also enjoy high tea aboard Oceania, a great historic British tradition and celebratory
daily event which draws guests to the Horizons lounge at four o’clock sharp. As a classical string quartet plays
softly in the background, waiters glide through the room presenting bountiful four-tiered pastry carts filled with
freshly made finger sandwiches, colorful petits fours, richly textured scones with clotted cream, and wonderfully
sinful desserts.

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