Oceania Cruises launches new selection of cruise holiday ideas

22nd Nov 2011
Oceania Cruises launches new selection of cruise holiday ideas

Oceania Cruises has launched its 2012/13 winter cruise holiday ideas collection of worldwide cruises from September 2012 to May 2013 on board its four mid-sized luxury cruise ships.

On offers are trips on the new 1,250 guest cruise ship Marina, her sister ship Riviera (launching April 2012), and the two 650 guest ships Regatta and Nautica.

The new collection features 22 new itineraries, 15 new ports of call and new Grand Voyages from 23 – 71 days as the four ships cruise in Asia, South America, Canada & New England, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

For the first time the new ship Riviera will make inaugural journeys to the idyllic Caribbean islands for a winter season of Caribbean and Panama Canal cruises.

Sister ship Marina will take guests to the South Pacific, to Australia and New Zealand, sailing to new ports that include the mysterious Easter Island for the first time and replacing the smaller ship, Regatta, on cruises `down under’.

The 684-guest luxury ship Regatta returns to New England and Canada in September and October 2012 before cruising to the Caribbean and South America where new port calls include Boston and Portland, Maine.

Her sister ship Nautica returns to Africa and Asia, sailing from Singapore to Hong Kong before a 17 day cruise from Hong Kong to Beijing.

Oceania Cruises’ managing director, UK and Europe, Bernard Carter said: “We anticipate strong demand for these cruises.

“Oceania Cruises’ core values of comfort, service and cuisine have repeatedly won accolades for exceptional quality at exceptionally keen prices.”


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