Oceania Cruises has announced a Grand Voyage itinerary, set to start sailing in October 2023 for 33 days from Venice to Barcelona.

Marina will take guests across the Mediterranean, with a focus on immersion in the region with 28 unique ports across the journey.

If you can’t quite spare yourself 33 days, you can also break up the cruise into segments from 10 to 23 days.

However, those who take on the full cruise will get to experience 10 countries, a special overnight stays in Istanbul, and the chance to visit some lesser-known ports such as Katakolon in Greece, Ephesus in Turkey, Limassol in Cyprus, and plenty more.

Howard Sherman, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises said: “With demand continuing to increase for longer and more destination-immersive voyages, we are thrilled to reveal this new itinerary offering experiences in both iconic and off-the-beaten-path ports of call in a corner of the world with rich history and cultural wonders”

While much of the adventure will be had off the ship, there’s plenty of luxury, entertainment, and activities to keep you just as occupied onboard the 1238-guest Marina.

Within the ship, you can find a state-of-the-art cooking school, that will teach you about the flavors of the region, and a range of dining options including exclusive private dining at Privée and luxury dotted all around the ship.