Line is adding features to its onboard wine & dining, and welcoming guest chefs aboard


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Oceania Cruises is making updates to its onboard culinary program, starting with two new features for its food and beverage offerings.

The cruise line has created a wine-by-the-bottle package, including some wines that are not on the regular wine list. There will also be a new pairings menu in the La Reserve by Wine Spectator tasting room on Riviera and Marina.

In addition, Oceania will welcome guest chefs aboard the upcoming 180-day world cruise (leaving in January). Chefs scheduled to appear include Olivier Desaintmartin of Philadelphia’s Caribou Café, and Jean-Louis Dumonet, executive chef of the Union Club in New York City and president of the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France.

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