Oceania Cruises Appoints New Director of Strategic Accounts

Oceania Marina in Havana

Oceania Cruises has appointed Morgane Beltaief as the new Director of Strategic Accounts. Beltaief comes from AmaWaterways, where she was most recently Director of National Accounts. Reporting to Scott Kluesner, Vice President of Strategic Accounts, Beltaief will develop and leverage opportunities across the National Accounts and Key Accounts channels. 

Beltaief will work hand-in-hand with the sales directors in the field, account executives, and business development managers to identify new business opportunities and implement strategies that mutually benefit font line agents, agency owners, and consortia partners.

“I’m delighted to welcome Morgane to our team. She has a wealth of experience building business and an impressive track record of maximizing sales through strategic initiatives and solid relationships with esteemed partners such as Virtuoso, Signature, Ensemble, AAA, American Express, Travel Leaders, and many others,” said Nikki F. Upshaw, Senior Vice President of Sales.

Oceania Cruises offers itineraries across the globe on its fleet of six cruise ships. Oceania Cruises’ voyages take guests to more than 400 ports across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and the Americas

Accommodations and experiences aboard the 684-guest Regatta, Insignia, Nautica, and Sirena and the 1,250-guest Marina and Riviera include multiple fine dining options designed by Executive Culinary Director Chef Jacques Pépin, enrichment experiences like special lectures, seminars, trivia, wine tasting, and more; and health and wellness options including free yoga classes, spa treatments, and vegan menus. Guests can also opt for short, full day, or multi-day shore excursions accompanied by guides and destination experts.

For more information, visit www.oceaniacruises.com.

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