Oceania Cruises new 2019-2020 tropics and exotics collection
Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line unveiled its new 2019-2020 Tropics and Exotics Collection which features itineraries to Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexico, South America, the South Pacific, Australia, and New Zealand. The voyages range in length from seven to 31 days and there are a myriad of opportunities for intrepid explorers to craft extended journeys of up to 67 days.
“Whatever it is that inspires your passion for travel, this collection of voyages will indulge your sense of adventure, your spirit for transformative discoveries, and your quest for new flavors,” stated Bob Binder, President & CEO of Oceania Cruises.
New and Noteworthy
- 76 itineraries in total, 56 of which are brand new
- Total of 228 ports and 80 overnight stays
- Three country-immersive voyages that focus on Japan
- The return of Marina, the most luxurious and amenity-laden ship to grace South American shores; she will sail seven voyages focusing on the charms of Brazilian coastal villages, the magnificent fjords of Chile and the mysterious allure of the Amazon
- Sirena will chart a series of wine-country cruises sailing roundtrip from Los Angeles and calling on San Francisco, Monterey, Santa Barbara, and Catalina
- Regatta, Insignia, and Sirena sail a total of six Panama Canal voyages
- Six dedicated Cuba cruises as well as another six Caribbean and Panama Canal voyages that call on Havana
Unexpected Culinary Surprises and Wellness Retreats
Discerning travellers sailing to the Caribbean, South America, Asia, and the South Pacific can experience all of the marquee attractions these destinations have to offer while also experiencing once-in-a-lifetime adventures available only with Oceania Cruises on one of our Culinary Discovery Tours or Wellness Tours by Canyon Ranch. In Ecuador, practice beach yoga followed by a cooking class at the Las Tanusas Eco-Resort or find your centre while taking a tai chi class with Sydney Harbour views on the lawn of the Royal Botanical Gardens. In Nuka Hiva, aspiring chefs can learn the secrets of Polynesian cooking with a hands-on, up close and personal look into the cultural and culinary aspects of Polynesian life. Or you can visit a traditional country lodge outside of Punte del Este and immerse yourself into the world of grilling Uruguayan-style with a professional grill master and Culinary Centre instructor. Complete guides to our Culinary Enrichment and Wellness at Sea can be found here and here.
Early Booking Exclusives
Guests must book early to take advantage of the generous savings available with Oceania’s limited-time Early Booking Exclusives, including 50 percent reduced deposits plus OLife Choice, which gives guests free internet and a choice of free shore excursions, free beverage package or free shipboard credit.* Offers expire 30 September 2018*.
Reservations open on 19 April 2018. Make sure you book early for the best fares and to reserve the suite or stateroom of your choice. Please call Oceania Cruises on 1300 355 200 (AU), 0800 625 691 (NZ) visit OceaniaCruises.com or contact your Travel Agent.
About Oceania Cruises
Celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2018, Oceania Cruises is the world’s leading culinary and destination-focused cruise line. The line’s six intimate and luxurious ships which carry only 684 or 1,250 guests offer an unrivalled holiday experience featuring The Finest Cuisine at Sea™, and destination-rich itineraries that span the globe. Expertly crafted voyages aboard designer-inspired, intimate ships call on more than 450 ports across Europe, Alaska, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, New England-Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Tahiti and the South Pacific and epic Around The World Voyages that range from 180 to 200 days.