Oceania Cruises operates six elegant ships with itineraries that visit more than 300 ports of call. Oceania Cruises offers a warm and inviting country club-casual ambiance with a demographic that tends to attract guests that are mature and discerning travelers. They do not have facilities or programming for children.
In 2007, Apollo Group acquired Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. It then created Prestige Cruise Holdings to hold its luxury cruise investments.
In 2014, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings acquired Prestige Cruise Holdings, Oceania Cruises’ parent company, from Apollo Group. In 2016, Oceania Cruises introduced Sirena (ex-Princess Cruises’ Ocean Princess).
Oceania Cruises continues to use The Apollo Group to recruit for positions in Food & Beverage and also the Housekeeping departments. The Apollo Group works with an authorized list of hiring agents worldwide.
To apply, visit the employment pages of their website. Applicants may also apply through Oceania’s online application form.
Updated: November 23, 2017