Inspired by the strong response it to its new seven-day itineraries for 2012, Oceania Cruises the upper-premium cruise line, has created two, 7 night departures in the Mediterranean in October and November 2011.
Changing of the leaves is typically associated with New England and Canada, but Oceania Cruises is introducing two 2011 voyages timed for fall foliage in Tuscany and the French Riviera.
Reservations opened today for Oceania Cruises’ 2012 European Collection. For the first time, the company will operate four ships in Europe – including Marina and its sister ship, Riviera – which debuts in April 2012
Oceania Cruises exceeded its previous record of single day bookings yesterday by nearly 25 percent as a result of the opening of reservations for Riviera – Marina’s sister ship – and simultaneous launch of the line’s 2012 European Collection of sailings, operating April through December.