Oceania Cruises is Ready to Sail the Tropics
The 2020-2021 collection of voyages includes Asia, South America and Africa.
Oceania cruises has unveiled an extensive collection of 85 itineraries with 69 of them brand new, including 31 voyages to the Caribbean, the Panama Canal and Mexico, 13 voyages to Asia and Africa, eight to South America, eight sailing trips to the South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand and seven Transoceanic journeys.
“This new collection of itineraries unveils iconic ports of call and offers a wealth of opportunities to explore corners of the globe nearly untouched by tourism, and with the debut of our re-inspired fleet of ships, the journey is just as rewarding as the destination,” said Bob Binder, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises.
The 2020-2021 itineraries boast 12 new ports of call including: Bali (Celukan Bawang), Indonesia; Isla De La Juventud, Cuba; Maceió, Brazil; Miyako, Japan; Port Lincoln, Australia; Tôlanaro (Fort Dauphin), Madagascar; and Whangarei, New Zealand. They join more than 450 ports around the world frequented by the liners.
The destination-focused cruise line’s six ships carry only 684 or 1250 guests and have recently undergone a $140 Million stern-to-stern transformation, upgrading the fleet’s furnishings to maximise comfort through new staterooms and suites. The cruise line’s OceaniaNEXT initiative extends beyond the look of the ships into the service and experience of the guests on board.