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Oceania Cruises delves deeper into destinations and culture in Europe and Americas in 2020

Oceania Cruises' 2020 Europe & The Americas Collection will be the first full season of itineraries offered aboard a fleet of completely re-inspired ships.

Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena will be better than new upon completion of their $100m transformation, while Marina and Riviera will also offer guests a host of enhancements along with yet to be revealed physical and decorative updates.

Regatta is offering more and longer Alaskan voyages in 2020

Sailing to more than 400 ports across Europe and the Americas, the six intimate and elegant ships, carrying only 684 or 1,250 guests, showcase the splendour of the Mediterranean, the diversity of Europe’s western wine country, the storied history of the Baltics, British Isles and Norway and the majesty of Alaska, Iceland, Greenland and the Canadian Maritimes.

“These incredible voyages invite travellers to experience more imaginative adventures and explore more of Europe and North America’s most fascinating destinations,” says Bob Binder, president of Oceania Cruises.

Voyages spend more time in port often arriving at sunrise and departing in the evenings, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the culture, history and culinary highlights of the destinations visited. And to allow even more time for travellers to explore, more than 50 of the voyages feature overnight stays.

Collection Highlights

  • Seven voyages to the wine countries of western Europe all of which feature an overnight in Bordeaux
  • Four ‘no-fly’ voyages from Southampton with free parking
  • Ten voyages to Turkey with calls in Istanbul, Ephesus, and Antalya
  • Three voyages to the Holy Land aboard Sirena, Riviera and Nautica with calls in Jerusalem, Haifa and Ashdod
  • Regatta offers more and longer Alaskan voyages with three 10-day, three 11-day, two 12-day and two 14-day cruises in addition to four 7-day cruises; six voyages in total sail “open-jaw” itineraries between Vancouver and Seward.

    Insignia sails two new voyages that include Iceland – New York to Reykjavik and Reykjavik to Southampton in addition to repeating her offerings of 7-day Bermuda cruises from Manhattan along with four signature fall foliage voyages.

    Posted on 17th October 2018 at 03:54 pm in Cruise News | Cruise Lines | Oceania Cruises |

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