Oceania Cruises never do things by halves. Step aboard one of the line’s boutique, luxurious ships and you will discover an experience second to none. 2024 is going to be a very big year for Oceania Cruises – the line that offers The Finest Cuisine at Sea.
The line will launch its late 2023 and full year 2024 Collection next week with a total of 355 itineraries, making it its biggest launch in history including its biggest number of 138 Grand Voyages yet. These epic journeys across its fleet of seven ships, will span seven continents visiting 464 ports from the Tropics to Exotics; from Europe to North America.
Oceania Cruises 2024 Collection itineraries vary from 7 to 82 days. New ports of call include Beppu, Japan; Bluff, New Zealand; Castro, Chile; Coron, Philippines; Djupivogur, Iceland; Gatun Lake, Panama; Heimaey, Iceland; Port Royal, Jamaica; Kumamoto, Japan; Limerick, Ireland; São Francisco do Sul, Brazil; Seydisfjordur, Iceland; Szczecin, Poland; Taranto, Italy.
On the lines’ longest 77-day Grand Pacific Expedition, departing Los Angeles on 4 October 2023 to Sydney aboard Regatta, the experience will tingle with crisp sophistication as you sip, wine and dine on gourmet cuisine crafted by world-renowned Master Chef Jacques Pepin.
Another great Grand Voyage is the 58-day, Tokyo to Barcelona Grand Eurasian Vista journey, aboard Riviera departing on 13 April 2024 which will take you to some of the finest ports in the world.
Closer to home, the ever popular Australian Panorama voyage, a 35-day round-trip from Sydney on 21 December 2023 is once again expected to sell out fast.
Oceania Cruises’ fleet of seven ships include Vista, Regatta, Insignia, Nautica, Sirena and newly re-imagined Marina and Riviera. Each ship can only accommodate up to 1,210 guests. With exceptional, personalised service, Oceania Cruises thrives on creating an elegant but casual ambience onboard with no jacket or tie required. Besides gourmet cuisine, exceptional shore excursions, you can also indulge in an enriching massage and facial at its Aquamar Spa & Vitality Center.
Find out more about the exciting and enticing destinations included in the new 2024 Collection below.
Oceania Cruises will have its most expansive and diverse European season in 2024. Six ships will be positioned around the continent cruising to destinations as diverse as Greenland and Iceland in the north and west to the Holy Land of Egypt and Israel in the south and east and everywhere in between.
Every voyage is a celebration of history, culture and cuisine. The lines’ 2024 European itineraries are a study in diversity.
Insignia, Nautica, Marina, and Sirena will spend the majority of the season exploring Europe’s northern reaches and the western wine countries.
Riviera and Vista will call the Mediterranean home with a seemingly endless bounty of voyages to Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Malta, Israel, Egypt and more.
South Pacific, Australia & New Zealand
For the first time the line is expanding its offerings by sending two ships to the region – Regatta and Nautica. The 35-day circumnavigation onboard Regatta will focus on Australia and New Zealand while journeys on Nautica will follow the Southern Cross to the Pacific, Polynesia and 10-day roundtrip sailings from Papeete.
Three ships, Regatta, Insignia and Nautica will offer enticing explorations of Alaska, New England, Canada, Bermuda, and the United States’ colonial south. Regatta will reprise her perennially popular Alaska season with a series of voyages that showcases the region in all its glory. Must-see destinations include Icy Strait Point, Kodiak, Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, Sitka, Wrangell, Prince Rupert and Victoria. On the East Coast, Insignia and Nautica will offer sailings to Bermuda, New England, and Canada’s maritime provinces from New York City, Boston, and Montreal.
From the lush tropical clime of the Amazon to the rugged glacially carved coastline of Chile South America is a vast continent brimming with thrilling explorations and vibrant heritage. Marina will sail the entire South America continent and divert to Paradise Bay, Admiralty Bay and Half Moon Island in Antarctica.
Asia & Africa
Oceania Cruises will offer more than 40 sailings to intriguing destinations from Arabia to India, Southeast Asia to China, South Korea and Japan. There will also be journeys to South Africa, Mozambique, Mayotte and the Seychelles.
Caribbean, Panama Canal & Mexico
Itineraries include off-the-beaten destinations such as Bonaire, Dominica, Guadeloupe, and St. Vincent along with the beguiling yacht harbours of Gustavia, Rodney Bay, Tortola, and Port Royal, to name a few. Sailing westward, travellers can immerse themselves in the storied cultures of Mexico, Belize, Honduras, and Guatemala. Panama beckons with its world-changing canal, the colonial charm of Colón and the glittering, cosmopolitan modernity of Panama City.
To learn more about Oceania Cruises’ 2024 Collection you can sign up for an exclusive cruise event in various capital cities across Australia which will kick off next week and let the experts reignite your wanderlust for travel across the world. For more details click https://www.oceaniacruiseseventsapac.com/