Oceania Cruises reveals 2019 Itineraries
The cruise line has introduced its Europe & The Americas voyages for 2019, featuring more overnight stays and 80 new itineraries
Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary and destination-focused cruise line, has introduced the Europe & The Americas 2019 Collection of itineraries which open for sale 19 October.
This expansive set of voyages features more than 85 overnight stays and late departures, affording travellers in-depth explorations that combine rich travel experiences with the finest cuisine at sea.
“These new voyages are ideal for the discerning traveller who seeks unique and enriching experiences,”Oceania Cruises president and chief executive officer Bob Binder says.
“From the jewel-box charm of countless off-the-beaten path boutique ports to the cosmopolitan flair of Europe and America’s iconic cities, the diversity and depth of the experiences is truly remarkable.”
With six ships spanning the globe from the Adriatic to Alaska, Oceania Cruises offers the most diverse array of destination-focused itineraries and extended port stays.
Voyages range from seven to 44 days featuring a mix of stunning destinations, boutique ports, and quaint seaside villages.
With 140 itineraries, including 80 brand new voyages in stunning places such as the Mediterranean, Baltic, Scandinavia and Canada, if travellers wish to extend their journey, combinable voyages are available.
Additionally, eight new itineraries focus singularly on Spain, France and Portugal.
Another highlight is that explorations sail further north than ever before in Europe, venturing to Greenland, Iceland and off-the-beaten path ports in Norway such as mountainous Bodo, which is just north of the Article Circle.