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September 10, 2013

OCEANIA CRUISES FOUNDING CHAIRMAN JOE WATTERS HOSTS 10TH ANNIVERSARY SAILING

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Nautica General Manager Carlo Gunetti welcomes Joe and Virginia Watters onboard Nautica

The year 2013 marks a decade at sea for Oceania Cruises, and it has been a year filled with celebrations in recognition of this milestone. Events have included 10th anniversary sailings onboard Regatta, Marina and Riviera, and this week Founding Chairman Joe Watters and his wife, Virginia, boarded Nautica for the final anniversary sailing of the year. 

After Nautica set sail from Barcelona, the celebratory events were soon in full swing. Mr. and Mrs. Watters, Nautica General Manager Carlo Gunetti, and other officers and crew members welcomed guests to a cocktail reception in Nautica Lounge. Mr. Watters had the opportunity to thank Oceania Cruises’ guests for their loyalty and also recognize some of the team members who have been with Oceania Cruises for its entire 10-year history.

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Mr. and Mrs. Watters also hosted several guests at a Gala Anniversary Dinner in the Grand Dining Room. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Kohel, who are Oceania Club Diamond members and Oceania Cruises’ most traveled guests.

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So far it has certainly been a celebration befitting the extraordinary milestone of a decade at sea!

 

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So sorry we couldnt be there, but Henry was ill.

You were certainly missed, and we hope Mr. Doble is feeling better.

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