ModernismWeek@Sea participants will receive a rare, insiders-view of the Baltic region’s modernist architecture exploring Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Finland and Russia, A highlight will be an optional tour in Helsinki to visit Alvar Aalto’s studio and house. Completed in 1936, the Aalto House, is a classic example of this noted designer and architect’s style that embraced individual expression, uniqueness of design and uncharted experimentation
In addition to participating in a rich array of optional port excursions offered by Oceania Cruises, ModernismWeek@Sea participants will be able to enjoy several private events especially organized for this group such as “Bevvies on the Baltic,” “Summer Soirée,” and “From Russia with Love – Vodka Martini Party.”
Optional limited-participation opportunities include a “Mod Bites” cooking class that will showcase favorite mid-century cocktails and hors d’oeuvres of the era and an exclusive dinner limited to 24 guests in the extravagant La Reserve by Wine Spectator dining room hosted by Lisa Vossler Smith. Oceania has partnered with France’s esteemed Moët & Chandon to create the Dom Pérignon Experience at La Reserve by Wine Spectator, an exuberant six-course gustatory indulgence that pairs each course with a special Dom Pérignon vintage, capturing every aspect from subtle, effervescent nose to lively, satisfying finish. From Brittany Blue Lobster in Yellow Curry Broth with Coco Foam to Sashimi-Style Seared Wagyu Beef with Sautéed Arugula, Blood Orange-Soya Jus and Caviar Perlita, each beguiling bite is a celebration of the finer things in life.
During this cruise you’ll enjoy Oceania’s lavish amenities, luxurious accommodations and choose to dine at the many onboard complimentary restaurants as they travel to their next destination.