Doral-based Oceania Cruises reached its one millionth reservation on Monday.
The cruise line, which has established itself as an “upper-premium” option with a focus on destinations and cuisine, called the booking a “significant milestone.”
Oceania was founded in 2003 with three 684-passenger ships: Regatta, Insignia and Nautica. It has since added two 1,250-passenger vessels called Marina and Riviera.
The cruise operator is part of Prestige Cruise Holdings, which manages certain assets in Apollo Management’s cruise portfolio. The parent company also includes Regent Seven Seas Cruises.