Cruises for People Who Hate Cruising

by Colleen Clark

Oceania Cruises

Wide berth: For gourmands seasick at the thought of all-you-can-eat smorgasbords and insipid cruise cuisine

Smooth sailing: Oceania Cruises' Marina will set sail in winter 2011 with eight restaurants, a wine-tasting center, and a culinary studio equipped with 22 individual workstations complete with stoves, induction cooktops, and other state-of-the-art cooking equipment for classes designed in part by Bon Appétit. Expect a full slate of celeb chef guests and shore excursions featuring market tours, private tastings at vineyards, and access to the kitchens of famous restaurants. If your stomach is already grumbling, you can join chef Jacques Pépin on board the Oceania Insignia this August to eat your way from Copenhagen to Lisbon with stops in Amsterdam, Bordeaux, and Bilbao. Pépin will be giving classes and lectures as well as designing the ship's menus. Finally, a cruise that's worth its calorie count.

Oceania Cruises
Tel: 800 531 5658

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