Oceania Cruises has lifted the lid on its 2024/2025 Tropics & Exotics Voyages, with more than 57 voyages ranging from seven to 200 days. These span across more than 300 ports, including 14 brands new to the Oceania brand. 

Oceania prides itself on offering 30 to 50% longer stays in ports than other premium lines, with the new itineraries packing in 451 overnight stays amongst the 13 voyages.

Howard Sherman, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises said: “This new collection of itineraries showcases iconic ports of call along with a wealth of opportunities to explore corners of the globe nearly untouched by tourism, and with seven brand-new or better-than-new ships, the journey will be just as rewarding as the destinations.”

Part of the itineraries are 70 specially curated Grand Voyages, these cruises are designed to take guests into the forgotten and lesser explored corners of the world such as Papua New Guinea, hidden atolls of the South Pacific, secluded Japanese islands, rural Alaska and more. 

Other highlights through the new voyages include multiple sailings that will take you to the South American sensations, such as the snow-capped peaks of Patagonia, amazing Amazon River or the shimmering coasts of Brazil and Uruguay. Slightly north there’s also plenty happening with off-the-beaten-path Caribbean Islands such as Bonaire, Carriacou, Dominica and Guadeloupe also operating as ports of call. 

There’s also lots of action locally with Australia and New Zealand journeys now extending out to destinations such as Western Australia’s coast, and small islands Bluff, Gisborne and Timaru in New Zealand.

New Ports of Call

  • CamaronesArgentina
  • Champagne Bay, Vanuatu
  • Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, Tristan da Cunha
  • Fernandina Beach, Florida
  • Hambantota, Sri Lanka
  • Hillsborough (Carriacou), Grenada
  • Hitachinaka, Japan
  • Hualien, Taiwan
  • Isla de los Estados, Argentina
  • Kupang, Indonesia
  • Puerto del Rosario, Canary Islands
  • St. Helier, Channel Islands
  • Takamatsu, Japan
  • Waingpu, Indonesia

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