Oceania Cruises has unveiled “The Ultimate Sale”, offering major price reductions to entice travellers cooped up at home to travel the world again.
Special deals to Europe with prices starting from just $2220 pp will include free shore excursions, free onboard credit, free internet and free beverage package.
“The Ultimate Sale offers unrivalled value with our hallmark exquisitely crafted cuisine, curated travel experiences and small ship luxury combined with dramatically lower fares that start at just $2220 per guest,” says Bob Binder, President and Chief Executive of Oceania Cruises.
Cruisers have been anticipating some reductions to get them on board – and popular upper premium brand Oceania is first out of the traps.
Prices for a 7-night Mediterranean Rhapsody voyage onboard Sirena from Monte Carlo to Venice departing on 21 October this year start from $2220 with four free shore excursions, free beverage package and $600 shipboard credit per stateroom. The itinerary will include visits to Florence, Rome, Sorrento, Kotor, Split before arriving in Venice.
There is also a 7-day Aegean Encounter voyage on Sirena from Athens to Istanbul, departing on 1 April 2021 with prices from $2850 pp including four free shore excursions, free beverage package and free $600 shipboard credit per stateroom. The itinerary will visit Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes, Ephesus, Mitilini before arriving in Istanbul.
Oceania is offering special cruise deals to more than 400 voyages departing this year, 2021 and 2022 in Europe, Alaska, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, the South Pacific, Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Panama Canal, South America and Africa.
There will be at least two Around the World voyages in 180 days in 2021 and 2022 with special offers.
Prices for a 180-day Around The World voyage on Insignia departing Miami on 9 January to 9 July 2021, start from $68,710 pp which works out to be $382 a day. This will include 70 shore excursions, free beverage package, free $10,725 shipboard credit per stateroom plus free internet, free laundry service, free exclusive shoreside events, free pre-cruise stay in a luxury hotel and free transfer between hotel and ship.
Oceania has lined up several speciality cruises which will be hosted by Mr Binder, James Rodriguez, Oceania’s Executive Vice-President, sales and marketing, Jacques Pepin, executive culinary director or his daughter Claudine Pepin who is also godmother of Sirena.
These speciality cruises will have a series of engaging onboard programs and special events for guests.
The speciality cruise options include the Oceania Club Reunion Cruise which will be hosted by Mr Binder. The itinerary from Tokyo to Singapore on Regatta will depart 26 October this year.
A similar reunion cruise on Regatta from Seattle to Seattle will be hosted by Mr Rodriguez and depart on 9 July 2021.
The 2021 Jacques Pepin Cruise on Marina from Copenhagen to Stockholm, hosted by the famous chef will depart on 29 August 2021.
See more https://www.oceaniacruises.com/special-offers/ultimate-sale/
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