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History of the Ship
P & O Oceana began as Ocean Princess in the Princess Cruise's fleet.  She was transferred in 2002 and renamed Oceana. 

What's on Board
Dining options on Oceana includes a main dining room with both Club dining features (traditional fixed seating) and Freedom dining with individual options. In addition to the Main Dining Room there is a Bistro and Horizon Grill an al fresco dining on deck with grilled to order steaks and seafood. 
 
Stateroom selections range from inside cabins of 137 SF to their

suites encompassing 638 SF including balcony.  P & O Oceana will make an excellent destination for your hard earned holiday.
 
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  Oceana Facts:
  Year built: 2000
Formerly:
Ocean Princess
Shipyard:
Fincantieri, Italy
Registry: Bermuda
GRT: 77,499 tons
Length: 856 feet
Beam: 105 feet
Public Decks: 10
Passengers: 2,016
Crew: 850
Space Ratio: 38