Global Financial Summit

Frequently Asked Questions

GLOBAL FINANCIAL SUMMIT CRUISE TO CUBA

November 9 - 16, 2019

 

Included in your Cuba Cruise conference fee is an onshore conference and reception before we embark on our cruise to Cuba. We will meet in Miami on Friday November 8 from 1-7:30 pm. Co-hosted by the Interamerican Institute for Democracy, it is designed to prepare us for our trip to Cuba by giving us greater understanding of Latin America’s history, culture and politics. The event also includes an investment seminar co-hosted by B. Riley Wealth Management.

 

The Pre-Conference Event will be held at

Greenberg Traurig, Downtown Miami Office

333 Southeast 2nd Avenue

#Suite 4400

Miami, FL 33131

 

12:30 - 1pm Welcome and Registration

1 - 4 pm Investment Seminar

  • 1:00 Rodolfo Milani – senior managing director, B. Riley Wealth Management
  • 1:30 Louis Navellier – editor, Blue Chip Growth
  • 2:00 Art Hogan – head of research, B. Riley Wealth Management
  • 2:30 Mark Skousen – editor, Forecasts & Strategies
  • 3:00 Panel Discussion with Q & A

4- 7:30 pm Cuba & Latin American Presentation and Reception

Co-hosted by the Interamerican Institute for Democracy and led by Rodolfo Milani, our sessions will include presentations by:

  • Armando Valladares - the Blood Poet of Cuba INCLUDE A HYPERLINK TO THEIR VIDEOS UNDER THEIR NAMES
  • Rosa Maria Paya - freedom fighter from Cuba
  • Carlos Sanchez Berzain - former defense minister for Bolivia
  • Carlos Alberto Montaner - exiled Cuban and author
  • Rodolfo Milani, moderator

They will discuss not only Cuba’s history, legacy and outlook for the communist government, but also the outlook for all Latin America, including the ongoing catastrophe of the socialist government in Venezuela.

Investment:

 

Louis Navellier

Editor, Blue Chip Growth

Rodolfo Milani

Senior Managing Director, B. Riley Wealth Management

Mark Skousen

Editor, Forecasts & Strategies

Art Hogan

Head of Research, B. Riley Wealth Management

Latin America:

 

Armando Valladares

The Blood Poet of Cuba

 

Rosa Maria Paya

Freedom fighter from Cuba

 

Carlos Sanchez Berzain

Former Defense Minister for Bolivia

 

Carlos Alberto Montaner

Exiled Cuban and author

 

The pre-conference is included in your cruise package, but you must RSVP to hold your place. Call Autumn or Nathan at 855-850-3733 ext 202 to confirm your attendance at the pre-conference event.

 

If you are using the free airfare option included in your cruise price, you must stay at the East Hotel. Call Nicole at 844-225-5838 to make your reservations and take advantage of our 10% discount off the Oceania price.  

If you have selected the air credit of $250, you will make your own air and hotel reservations and you will be responsible for getting yourself to the ship on Saturday. Call Nicole at 844-225-5838 to confirm that you have selected the credit option.

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If you are making your own arrangements to travel to Miami, you might want to stay at one of these three hotels, which are located within blocks of the Greenberg Traurig building, our pre-conference seminar location:

 

Eurostars Langford

121 SE 1st Street

305-250-0782

 

Four Seasons

1435 Brickell Ave.

305-358-3535

 

Intercontinental

100 Chopin Plaza

888-897-0088

 

The pre-conference event is included in your cruise fee, but we do need to know how many are coming. We hope you’ll be there! Please RSVP by April 30 if you are planning to attend the pre-conference seminar and reception. After that we will open the seminar to non-cruisers, as we want to provide a full audience for our distinguished speakers. If you would like to invite a friend to attend the pre-conference event, the price for non-cruisers is $179 per person, $225 per couple.

 

The price for non-cruisers to attend the pre-conference in Miami is $179 per person, $225 per couple. Call Autumn or Nathan at 855-850-3733 ext 202 to reserve their places.

 

If you have purchased the pre-cruise hotel package, your pre-cruise transfers are included. Others will need to arrange transportation by taxi or Uber to the ship. You can also purchase land transfers both to and from the ship for $49 per person each way.

Miami Cruise Terminal:
PORTMIAMI - TERMINAL J
1015 N. AMERICA WAY

 

 

Miami Cruise Terminal:
PORTMIAMI - TERMINAL J
1015 N. AMERICA WAY

 

The ship is scheduled to arrive at the pier in Miami at 7am. However disembarkation probably won't start until around 8am as the boat must clear customs before anyone is allowed off.

The airport is 11 miles from the pier. However, it's Miami, so in addition to the ship disembarkation time,expect the traffic to be heavy. The commute will take approximately 30 minutes, and the airport is typically crowded. especially on the weekends. Therefore, to be on the safe side, try not to schedule your flight prior to 12:00 pm.

 

In addition to the travel option of free airfare from gateway cities or a $250 travel credit, our GFS cruisers receive Oceania Club Benefits, which provides your choice of one OLife Amenity listed below. At the time of your booking, if you did not select an OLife Amenity, one was chosen for you. You have until August 30th to confirm or change your OLife selection by calling the GFS Cruise Office at 844-225-5838

OLife Options (choose one):

  • 2 Free standard Shore Excursions per person – (excludes (OS) & (OE) tours).
  • US $200 per person Shipboard Credit - (SBC can be used to purchase any of the excursions).
  • Beverage Package – Includes House Select Wine, Champagne, and Beer

(Oceania Club Benefits have no cash value and are non-transferable. Benefits other than a shipboard credit cannot be exchanged for a shipboard credit if not taken.)

PASSPORT REQUIRED

Passports must be valid through May 17, 2020 - Oceania Cruises requires all travelers, including U.S. citizens, traveling abroad from or to the Caribbean to have a valid passport. All itineraries require that passports are valid for (6) months beyond the completion of your travel. Authorities require that names on your booking must be identical to those on your passport.

For information on obtaining or renewing a passport, visit the State Department’s website at www.travel.state.gov/passport or by calling the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-487-2778.

In addition, you must complete an Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) travel affidavit form. The form must be completed and returned to the cruise office by August 30th. INCLUDE A LINK TO THIS DOCUMENT

*Cuban born guests are required to have additional travel documents and must obtain these on their own.

Guest Registration Form: A Guest Registration Form must be completed online by July 7, 2019. It is your responsibility to verify the accuracy of all information on file. Go to FAQ “How do I set up my shipboard account” for instructions on how to complete your Guest Registration Form.

BYSG 2019 Global Financial Summit

OFAC-Certification-Form

 

A paper copy of your OFAC must be sent to Oceania 120 days before sailing. Our cruise representative, Nicole Grier, will collect all of them for us and send them to Oceania as a packet. Please send your OFAC no later than June 30 to

MoneyShow
Attn: GFS Cruise
50 Central Avenue, Suite 980
Sarasota, FL 34236

 

Your OFAC form acts as a visa. It identifies the purpose of your visit by selecting one of 11 possible reasons.

 

Oceania must obtain the information below in order to release your final cruise documents.

OFAC Travel Affidavit: Cruises that include Cuba in the itinerary require the completion of an Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) travel affidavit form. Please complete and return to the GFS cruise office (Nicole) by August 30th. INCLUDE A LINK TO THIS DOCUMENT

*Cuban born guests are required to have additional travel documents and must obtain these on their own.

 

Guest Registration Form: A Guest Registration Form must be completed online by July 7, 2019. It is your responsibility to verify the accuracy of all information on file. Go to FAQ “How do I set up my shipboard account” for instructions on how to complete your Guest Registration Form.

BYSG 2019 Global Financial Summit

OFAC-Certification-Form

 

The Cuban Convertible Peso (CUC) is the currency used by travelers in Cuba. U.S. cash will not be accepted, and credit cards and debit cards have extremely limited use. You will need to bring cash for your purchases onshore, and plan to use the safe located in your cabin.

Exchange Rates: The exchange rate is pinned to the US Dollar, so 1 CUC = $1 USD. You may also bring euros and exchange them to CUC if you would like to avoid paying the government surcharge for exchanging dollars.

 

There is not an ATM machine on the ship. You will be able to charge shipboard purchases and activities to your shipboard account and pay those by credit card, but you will need to bring cash for our four port days in Cuba.

 

Guests cannot exchange currency onboard for Cuba; you will need to exchange money in Cuba itself.

 

Here are the recommended places to exchange money:

Havana:

  • Inside the terminal at Havana there are 12 exchange kiosks available.  Open from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm.
  • When guests are in the city (past the terminal) there are some other exchange locations open from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Santiago: Nearest bank is 2 blocks from the terminal (Boulevard). Open from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Cienfuegos:

  • Cruise terminal is equipped with 1 currency exchange cabin just outside immigration/customs control Open until 3:00 pm
  • Nearest bank is 10 blocks from the terminal (Boulevard) (Open 8:00 am – 3:00 pm)

 

Dress onboard the ship is resort casual or business casual most of the time. We will have two cocktail receptions and one evening at a nightclub in Havana (optional) where you might enjoy wearing something fancier. Oceania requests that casual jeans, shorts, t-shirts, baseball caps, or tennis shoes not be worn in the restaurants after 6 pm. Baseball caps may be worn in the Terrace Café at any time.

The weather in November can be cool at times, so pack a sweater and a light jacket. Our first day in Havana will include a bit of walking, so plan to wear comfortable clothing and shoes that day. Other shore excursions can be active as well, depending on what you choose (See the FAQ, “What are my shore excursion options?” for details.)

 

After embarking from Miami, we will enjoy a sumptuous welcome reception just for our group onboard the ship that evening. We will also enjoy a Farewell Reception on our final night. In between we will arrange rotating table seatings so you will have opportunities to sit with different speakers and attendees each night. And of course you will make new friends throughout the week as we travel together.

 

David Phillips

Estate Planning Specialists

Gena Lofton

Accredited 2 Accredited

Mark Skousen

Forecasts & Strategies

Greg Galloway

Fund Advisors of America

Jo Ann Skousen

Professor, Liberty Magazine

Our speakers will join us every evening at dinner and our seating arrangements will rotate so that you will have the opportunity to dine at each of their tables. 

In addition, David Phillips and Greg Galloway will be available during the cruise to meet with you privately and discuss your personal needs.

 

Sunday November 10, 8am - 4pm -- We’ll arrive in Havana Sunday morning, where we’ll be greeted by our private tour guide, Marissa Daniela Yturralde-Giannotta, a free-market economist and libertarian living in Cuba. We’ll enjoy a full day exploring Havana guided by her unique insider perspective. This customized tour is part of the Global Financial Summit and is included as part of your GFS registration. For details about the tour, go to FAQ, “Are any special shore excursions planned for GFS cruisers?”

 

Tuesday, November 12, 8am to 1 pm
Global Financial Summit Seminar at Sea

Tuesday is our first full sea day, and we’ll gather together in our private lounge aboard ship for exclusive financial sessions with our top-notch GFS investment and wealth advisors:

Mark Skousen, FreedomFest producer and Forecasts & Strategies editor: "How to be Your Own International Private Investor"

David T. Phillips, Estate Planning Specialists: “How Trump’s Tax Reforms Will Affect Your Estate Planning”

Greg Galloway, Chairman, Fund Advisors of America: “High Income and Capital Gains: My Favorite Way to Beat the Market"

Gena Lofton, Founder, Passive Income Advisors (PIA): "Reinventing Retirement: How to Live an Abundant Life and not Outlive your Savings"

Jo Ann Skousen, Associate Editor, Forecasts & Strategies: “Hemingway’s Cuba”

 

Friday, November 15, 8 am to 1 pm

Global Financial Summit Seminar at Sea

Friday is our last full sea day, and we’ll gather together in our private lounge aboard ship for exclusive financial sessions with our top-notch GFS investment and wealth advisors.

Mark Skousen, FreedomFest producer and Forecasts & Strategies editor: "South of the Border: Why Democratic Capitalism Worked in North America But Failed in Latin America"

David T. Phillips, Estate Planning Specialists: “10 Ways to Disinherit the IRS (But not Your Children)"

Greg Galloway, Chairman, Fund Advisors of America: "How to Pick Stock Market Winners: A Winning System"

Gena Lofton, Founder, Passive Income Advisors (PIA): "Learn the three (3) simple steps to Achieve Financial Freedom at Any Age"

Jo Ann Skousen, Associate Editor, Forecasts & Strategies: “Partnership Investing”

Our GFS Cruise to Timeless Cuba experience will culminate with a celebratory farewell reception on Friday evening. We’ll share memories, laugh over newly formed inside jokes, exchange contact information, and make plans for future cruises together!

 

Please note that no one is permitted to leave the ship in Cuba unless they are on an Oceania shore excursion or a prearranged, pre-approved private excursion.

 

Yes indeed! The most popular excursions often fill up before we set sail. Excursions can be cancelled or changed before embarkation without penalty. The pre-registration deadline for making pre-cruise reservation/purchases is 7 days prior to sailing. After this time, any changes or additional purchases will need to be done after you have embarked the ship. Set up your ship account now in order to reserve shore excursions, dinner in the ship’s specialty restaurant, spa services, and other amenities.

 

Excursions can be cancelled or changed before embarkation without penalty.

 

Go to this link to see the ship’s itinerary and shore excursion options. You will be able to reserve your excursions directly on the website once you have set up your shipboard account. https://www.oceaniacruises.com/Cuba-cruises/miami-to-miami-INS191109/ports/#ports=MIA

 

 

Once you have opened your shipboard account and provided the credit card you will use for incidentals on the ship, you will be able to reserve your shore excisions directly online. Go to FAQ “How do I set up my shipboard account?” for step by step instructions.

 

Before you can pre-register for any events and complete your online check-in, you will need to set up your shipboard account and guest registration. Here’s how to do it:

Step 1: Go to www.oceaniacruises.com

Step 2: Click on My Oceania Tab

Step 3: Create an Account (Complete all Required Fields) - Already booked on Oceania Voyage (YES)

Step 4:  Click Register Now Button

Once you are successfully registered, you will be directed to your Account Overview

page where you can view your account and will have the ability to edit your profile.

 

Add Cruise Voyage to Profile

Step 1: Add this cruise to your profile by clicking the add it here link in the My Next Cruise section and selecting the following information:

Step 2: Voyage details – Ship (Insignia) | Sail date (Nov 9, 2019) | Booking Number (listed on your invoice)

*You will see your booking # and sailing date when this voyage is added to your profile successfully.

Complete Guest Registration Form

Step 1: Edit Profile – There is a separate tab for each guest. Click on the appropriate guest name to complete each person’s information.

Step 2: Save Profile Information

 

Dining Reservations

We will have tables reserved for our group in the main dining room and you will be given different table assignments each night so that you may enjoy mingling with your conference speakers and attendees. However, you are welcome to explore other dining options on the ship as well. Please let Valerie Durham or Jo Ann Skousen know in advance if you will be dining elsewhere on a specific evening so they can rearrange the table seating for that evening. Their cabin numbers will be given to you at the opening cocktail reception.

You can make reservations in advance at special dining venues such as La Reserve and Privee through your Oceania shipboard account.

Special Dietary Requests If you require a special diet or if you need special food items available on board during your cruise, please notify Nicole at least one month prior to sailing to allow ample time to accommodate your needs.

 

Beauty and Wellness treatments are available onboard at the Canyon Ranch Spa. The Spa will start accepting reservations 30 days prior to sailing (Oct 9). To reserve spa treatments, please contact Canyon Ranch at 877-329-1924.

 

Yes indeed--this is the best part of cruising with GFS! We have arranged several special events for our group.

Sunday November 10, 8am - 4pm -- We’ll arrive in Havana Sunday morning, where we’ll be greeted by our private tour guide, Marissa Daniela Yturralde-Giannotta, a free-market economist and libertarian living in Cuba. We’ll enjoy a full day exploring Havana guided by her unique insider perspective. This customized tour is part of the Global Financial Summit and is included as part of your GFS registration.

 

Itinerary:

  • Walking tour of all 4 major plazas in Havana Vieja with historical, economic, and cultural explanations

○ Plazas:

■ Plaza de San Francisco: The major plaza where the Spanish colony greeted trade, slave, and other ships coming into the country

■ Plaza de Armas: The beginning of Havana and the plaza where the first Spanish colonial residents lived. It was also headquarters for Spanish military

■ Plaza Catedral: Plaza where the first Jesuit Church was built in Havana, and where the important people of the society lived.

■ Plaza Vieja: The commercial plaza where the city gathered to trade goods and services. It’s also the place where public sentences were carried out.

○ Bodeguita del Medio:

■ This small bar, made famous as a hangout by Nobel-writer Ernest Hemingway and many other famous celebrities, is internationally recognized for its classic mojito and Cuban ambience.  

○ Capitolio / Paseo de Prado

■ See the road where the first ever cars in Latin America cruised down the beautiful setting along the Capitol building. (The iconic Capitol building of Havana might look familiar too.)

  • Lunch: Marissa will give us the “real story of Cuba” as we dine at one of the premier restaurants located in Old Havana – Lunch and drinks are included.
  • Bus Tour: Panoramic Views of

○ El Morro: Havana Fort

○ Malecon / Vedado Neighborhood

○ Plaza de la Revolution

○ Mirarmar neighborhood

4pm Return to Ship

 

We also have two optional tours planned for GFS cruisers:

  1. Sunday evening: We’ve arranged a private GFS excursion to the fabulous local favorite night spot, Fabrique del Arte. We’ll be driven to the venue via classic cars; enjoy a gourmet dinner on the rooftop restaurant; access the VIP entrance to the music, dancing and artwork at the Fabrique del Arte. This tour is optional and the price is $179 per person. Call Autumn or Nathan at 855-850-3733 ext 202

Monday, November 11
Tour Vinales Valley with Marissa Daniela Yturralde-Giannotta (Optional tour, limited to 15 people, $259 per person) See details in FAQ, “What can I expect on the  Vinales Valley Tour?”

 

You will not be permitted to leave the ship by yourself, but you do have many options!

 

Option 1: We’ve arranged a private GFS excursion to the fabulous local favorite night spot, Fabrique del Arte. We’ll be driven to the venue via classic cars; enjoy a gourmet dinner on the rooftop restaurant; access the VIP entrance to the music, dancing and artwork at the Fabrique del Arte. This tour is optional and the price is $179 per person. CONTACT

 

Option 2: Oceania also offers several shore excursions for our Sunday night layover, including a walking tour of Old Havana or several entertainment venues. Take an evening stroll through downtown, or visit one of Havana’s exciting nightclubs:

The Tropicana Cabaret, known worldwide for stars such as Nat King Cole, Josephine Baker, Libertad Lamarque, Cheo Feliciano, Rita Montaner, Elena Burke and Bola de Nieve who have performed there. Tropicana Cabaret is one of the most popular cabarets located in the heart of Havana, Cuba. Get ready to have a fun-filled night in one of the largest and most beautiful nightclubs in Cuba, with a production of over 200 dancers and singers performing under the stars. ($229 per person)

The Parisien Café offers a more sophisticated location overlooking the harbor. Built in 1930, the hotel stands out due to its refined elegance and its ancient splendor, and has attracted a large number of famous personalities such as British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, artists Frank Sinatra, and scientist Alexander Fleming, among many others. The Parisien Cabaret offers a spectacular Vegas-style performance, which blends the Indo-American, Hispanic and African cultures that led to the Cuban culture as it is known today. ($129 per person)

The Legendarios del Guajirito features great musicians and singers who have 14 nominations and 8 Grammy Awards as members of the Buena Vista Social Club, Afro-Cuban All Stars and the Aragon Orchestra. (You might even end up on stage.) With 1950s, Hard-Rock style décor, this restaurant displays musical stars’ memorabilia, motorbikes, antique cars and even a plane, which used to belong to Cubana Airlines. ($159 per person)

Evening stroll through Old Havana ($139 per person)

 

Monday, November 11
Optional Tour of Vinales Valley with Marissa Daniela Yturralde-Giannotta (Optional tour, limited to 15 GFS cruisers, $259 per person)

Vinales is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site known for being the only place in Cuba that cultivates the world-famous Cuban Cigar. Enjoy an immersive cultural experience at Marissa’s family farm:

  • Breakfast overlooking the Vinales Valley
  • Tour the Tobacco Fields on horseback (2 hours).
  • Purchase homemade cigars directly from the farmers, a great way to support the Cuban people
  • Transfer to Pilotos, Pinar del Rio to Marisa’s family home to see how Cubans live outside tourism. Includes a delicious, authentic, home-cooked Cuban luncheon in Mari’s ancestral home

This tour is strictly limited to 15 people and is $259 per person. If you would like to join Marissa and an intimate group of GFS cruisers for this unique tour of the Vinales tobacco fields and Cuban family life, call Call Autumn or Nathan at 855-850-3733 ext 202 to reserve your place.

You will not be permitted to leave the ship unless you are with an approved travel excursion due to Cuban government restrictions. Fortunately, there are many options available through the ship for our second day in Havana, including tours of cigar-making plantations, rum factories, beaches and the Vinales Valley.

 

Review the Oceania excursion options here and sign up through the cruise line directly using your onboard account. The pre-reservation window closes seven days before sailing.  

https://www.oceaniacruises.com/Cuba-cruises/miami-to-miami-INS191109/port-havana-HAV/?voyageday=3&sr=#all

 

Wednesday is a “free day” on the Global Financial Summit cruise to Cuba. Select your own excursion via Oceania’s options. https://www.oceaniacruises.com/Cuba-cruises/miami-to-miami-INS191109/port-cienfuegos-CFG/?voyageday=5&sr=#all

Or stay on board the ship for some R&R. It’s your day to choose.

Examples of Oceania Excursions in Cienfuegos

A trip to the Tobacco Factory includes a scenic drive past beautiful architecture and a stop at the famous Jose Marti Park. With so much to do in Havana, we suggest saving your visit to a tobacco factory for this one in Cienfuegos. $149

Become immersed in the local culture and arts by touring the colonial district of Cienfuegos and visiting the Cienfuegos Graphic Workshop, where you may watch local artists creating in all sorts of media. You’ll also visit Jose Martí Park, a tranquil urban setting named for the Cuban national hero, where you’ll have time to stroll about and visit the grand Tomás Terry Theatre, which overlooks the park. Named after a sugar magnate, the theatre features a neo-classical design and an exquisite fresco embellishing the ceiling and seating for 950 people.  $149

Colonial Trinidad is an all-day tour that takes you to the sugar mills and plantation houses of the area, plus a visit to a pottery workshop, a museum, and scenic views of the valley. $229

Interested in nature? The Botanical Gardenshosts plant life from five continents, plus the opportunity to explore Jose Marti Park. Or you could visit the Dolphin aquarium and show. Botanical Gardens $149/ Dolphin show $179

For a more active adventure in Cienfuegos, you can hike to the waterfalls in Gran Parque Natural Topes de Collantes, and take a refreshing swim or simply relax around the sparkling pool. (That’s where you’ll find Mark and Jo Ann that day.) $209

Or you could explore the limestone fortress of Nuestra Senora de Jagua, which was built in the 18thcentury to protect the island against pirates. If you see a wispy woman dressed in blue, it’s likely to be the fortress’s ghost, Nuestra Senora de Jagua, the wife of the first commandant of the fortress! $209

 

Thursday is another “free day” on the Global Financial Summit cruise to Cuba. Select your own excursion via the cruise line’s options. https://www.oceaniacruises.com/Cuba-cruises/miami-to-miami-INS191109/port-santiago-de-cuba-SCU/?voyageday=6&sr=#all

Or stay on board the ship for some R&R. It’s your day to choose.

 

Examples of Oceania Excursions in Santiago de Cuba

 

Santiago de Cuba is the Birthplace of the Revolution and the home of San Juan Hill, where Cubans won their independence from Spain in 1898 with help from Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders. It’s also the location of the cemetery where Fidel Castro and Jose Marti are buried. If you’re interested in Cuba’s more recent history, this is the tour for you.  $179

El Cobre means “the copper” and is named for the copper mine built by the Spanish in 1550. You’ll also be treated to a live performance by Cuba’s oldest steel band, formed in the 1980s to commemorate the city’s copper miners, who played steel drums during their free time. El Cobre is also home to Cuba’s only basilica, which features a statue of the Virgin Mary that was supposedly found floating in the sea in 1608 and is credited with countless miracles.   $179

 

We sincerely hope you do not have to cancel! This is going to be a spectacular voyage with wonderful people, beautiful vistas, and unforgettable adventures. However, if you do need to cancel, here are the details:

July 12 – August 10 | 120-91 days prior to cruise departure dates

10% of cruise fare for Vista & Owner Suites |  $250 fee per guest for Penthouses and below

August 11 – August 25 |90-76 days prior to cruise departure dates | 25% of fare

August 26 – September 9 | 75-61 days prior to cruise departure dates | 50% of fare

September 10 – October 9 | 60-31 days prior to cruise departure dates | 75% of fare

October 10 | 30 – 0 days prior to cruise departure dates | 100% of fare

 

Oceania Cruises offers a package of travel insurance coverage and worldwide emergency assistance services.  Guests must purchase the travel insurance prior to final payment due date (July 7, 2019). If you would like to select this important coverage, please visit: https://www.oceaniacruises.com/experience/value/travel-protection/  for complete policy details.