Oceania Cruises have revealed their much anticipated 2024 collection of voyages. It includes new ports of call, more overnight stays, more extended Grand Voyages and even a sailing to Antarctica.
“With our 2024 Collection, we have set a whole new standard for destination innovation with an astounding mix of marquee destinations and exotic new locales, blended together in creatively crafted voyage offerings.”
Howard Sherman, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises.
New ports of call
The Oceania Cruises 2024 Collection offers more variety and destinations than ever before. There will be 14 new ports of call, including the beguiling island of Coron in the Philippines, as well as Seydisfjordur located in a spectacular fjord in Iceland. Not to mention historic Taranto on the heel of Italy.
More overnight stays
The 2024 Collection also offers more time to explore with over 500 overnight stays. Indeed, many voyages will boast more than one overnight stay. It is a real luxury, especially in iconic destinations that demand more time; locales like the wine capital of Bordeaux, France and enchanting Seville, Spain. The additional overnight stays also mean more multi-day Land Programs too.
Largest number of Grand Voyages
The new collection also includes the largest set of Grand Voyages to date. In fact, there are more that 130 Grand Voyages, like a 79-day voyage from Papette, French Polynesia to Cape Town, South Africa. Each Grand Voyage features exotic destinations as well as multiple distinct regions.
Regional highlights of Oceania’s 2024 Collection
Marina will visit Antarctica in 2024, making a breathtaking diversion to Half Moon Island, Antarctica whilst circumnavigating South America.
Europe will play host to 6 of Oceania Cruises intimate cruise ships in 2024. Insignia, Nautica, Marina and Sirena will ply the waters of Northern Europe. Riviera and the new flagship, Vista, will soak up the sun in the Mediterranean.
In Asia, Riviera will chart her inaugural season. She will sail from Arabia to India, before striking out toward southeast Asia, the Philippines, Vietnam, China, South Korea, and Japan.
In the South Pacific, Oceania will expand its offering with Regatta exploring the southern lands of Australia and New Zealand while Nautica slips into ‘island-time’ in French Polynesia.
The new Oceania Cruises 2024 Collection goes on sale from 5 May 2022. For more information visit the Oceania Cruises website.