Wellness cruses set sail

SINGAPORE, 10 August 2018: Travellers no longer have to ditch their exercise routines and healthy lifestyles when they book a cruise.

Oceania Cruises is offering complimentary wellbeing options at sea, or on shore.

Oceania Cruises has recently introduced wellness shore excursions, vegan menus as well as fitness and treatment offerings at the cruise line’s on-board branded Canyon Ranch Spa.

Oceania Cruises is also pairing select Canyon Ranch Spa treatments with an exclusive shore excursion series, titled ‘Wellness Tours Inspired by Canyon Ranch’.

With carefully crafted shore excursions, guests can experience each destination through an enriching wellness tour.

The Pope’s Thermal Baths, Civitavecchia, Italy

Guests can enjoy an afternoon at the Viterbo Terme dei Papi, or the Thermal Baths of the Popes, in this famed papal city. Travel to Rome on the 12-Day Dazzling Europe Voyage from USD3,229 per guest.

Vinyasa Yoga at Monte Carlo Bay, Monaco

Guests enjoy a private vinyasa yoga class, a dynamic style of yoga recognised for a host of mind-body benefits. Travel to Monaco on the 14-Day Mediterranean Symphony Voyage from US$2,909 per guest.

Greek Gods of Wellness, Corfu, Greece  

Guests experience Ambelonas, an artisanal organic goods company and one of Greece’s most stunning wine estates. The experience is crowned with a tranquil meditation and yoga session followed by a wholesome plant-based lunch. Travel to Corfu on the 10-Day Greek Isles Explorer Voyage from USD3,349 per guest.

Life of Laughter, Palamos, Spain

Guests discover the benefits of laughter, including the rush of stress-reducing endorphins released as they enjoy a joyful laughter session in a restored farmhouse-hotel in the heart of Costa Brava. Travel to Palamos on the 28-Day Marvels of Europe Voyage at USD6,899 per guest.

About Oceania Cruises
Celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2018, Oceania Cruises is a leading culinary and destination focused cruise line. The line’s six ships carry only 684 or 1,250 guests.

Its ships visit more than 450 ports in Europe, Alaska, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean and the South Pacific.