O.A.T. Adds No-Single-Supplement Cabins on 2023 Small Ship Cruises

More single-supplement-free options from O.A.T. for 2023.

Solo traveler on a beautiful empty beach with water in the background
O.A.T. is offering more cabins with no single supplements on select 2023 Small Ship departures (Photo: Envato/iportret)

Overseas Adventure Travel (O.A.T.) is well-known for its solo-traveler focus, and estimates that 60 percent of its guests are solo travelers. For its 2023 departures, it’s offering 92 percent of its 30,000 single spaces single-supplement-free. 

O.A.T. is now expanding 2023 solo traveler offerings even more with the announcement of more single cabins with free single supplements on select Small Ship Adventures with departure dates between January and December 2023. 

The company’s CEO Brian FitzGerald says “We invite travelers to travel solo—but never alone—then after a day of adventure, relax and recharge in their own cabin.” According to O.A.T., avoiding that single supplement fee translates to a savings up to nearly $1,700 per person. 

To book one of the newly announced single-free supplement single spots on 2023 Small Ship Adventures, guests must book by November 15, 2022 and use code ETHS 101. 

TourScoop Takeaway

At its core, O.A.T. embodies that solo-but-never-alone ethos, and in offering more ways to balance affordability with single accommodations on tours like these small ship cruises, it’s making it possible for more solo travelers to more affordably find guided ways to explore the world. 

Christine Sarkis is the co-founder of Vacationist Media and editor-in-chief of TourScoop and FamilyVacationist.com. She is the former executive editor of SmarterTravel.com, a travel publication owned by Tripadvisor. Her work has been published in dozens of publications including Conde Nast Traveler and USAToday, and she has been quoted in print and online publications including The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, and People magazine. She has also offered tips for travelers on television and radio shows including Good Morning America, Marketplace, and Here & Now.