Oceania Cruises Unveils 2024 Collection of More Than 350 Voyages
Oceania Cruises, the culinary- and destination-focused cruise line, revealed its 2024 collection of voyages to Europe, Alaska, Canada, Asia, Australia & New Zealand, Africa, South America, the South Pacific, and the Caribbean. The collection encompasses more than 350 itineraries, including over 130 Grand Voyages across seven ships and all seven continents.
“Next to our reputation for serving the Finest Cuisine at Sea, Oceania Cruises is widely acclaimed for developing the most enticing and destination-rich itineraries in the cruise industry,” said Howard Sherman, president and CEO of Oceania. “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.”
Europe: Europe 2024 will be the brand’s most expansive and diverse European season to date. With six ships positioned around the continent, the destinations are as diverse as Greenland and Iceland in the north and west to the Holy Lands of Egypt and Israel in the south and east and everywhere in between. Every voyage is a celebration of history, culture and cuisine in myriad destinations. Oceania will offer sailings to the Greek Isles, Italian Riviera and France’s Côte d’Azur to the hidden gems of Norway’s fjord-lined coast and Greenland and Iceland. Insignia, Nautica, Marina and Sirena will spend the majority of the season exploring Europe’s northern regions and the western wine countries. Riviera and Vista will sail in the Mediterranean home with voyages to Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Malta, Israel, Egypt and more.
North America: Regatta, Insignia, and Nautica will offer close to three dozen explorations of Alaska, New England, Canada, Bermuda, and the United States’ colonial south. Regatta will reprise her popular Alaska season with a series of voyages that showcases the region. Must-see destinations include Icy Strait Point, Kodiak, Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, Sitka, Wrangell, Prince Rupert and Victoria. On the East Coast, Insignia and Nautica will offer sailings to Bermuda, New England, and Canada’s maritime provinces from New York City, Boston and Montreal. South America: From the Amazon to the glacially carved coastline of Chile, South America is a vast continent brimming with thrilling explorations and vibrant heritage. Marina will sail the entire continent and will even visit Paradise Bay, Admiralty Bay and Half Moon Island in Antarctica.
Asia & Africa: With more than three dozen sailings in the regions, Oceania showcases destinations in these regions of the world. Riviera will sail her inaugural season in from Arabia to India to southeast Asia, the Philippines, Vietnam, China, South Korea and Japan. Nautica will explore the Far East while also offering up a array of voyages that showcase South Africa, Mozambique, Mayotte and the Seychelles. Regatta will offer a series of voyages that is a kaleidoscope of these fabled countries. There are also opportunities to explore singular countries or regions with immersions of Japan, Arabia and Indochina.
South Pacific, Australia & New Zealand: Oceania is greatly expanding its offerings by having two ships in the region—Regatta and Nautica. Regatta focuses on New Zealand and Australia, including a 35-day circumnavigation of the continent. There are also voyages that follow the Southern Cross across the Pacific and up to Polynesia where Nautica offers a series of four 10-day sailings round-trip from Papeete.
Caribbean, Panama Canal & Mexico: Oceania will feature a diverse and creative roster of sailings to the Caribbean, Panama Canal, and Mexico. Itineraries include off-the-beaten-path destinations such as Bonaire, Dominica, Guadeloupe and St. Vincent along with the beguiling yacht harbors of Gustavia, Rodney Bay, Tortola, and Port Royal, to name a few. Sailing westward, travelers can immerse themselves in the cultures of Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala and Panama, with its great canal, the colonial charm of Colón and the glittering, cosmopolitan modernity of Panama City.
New ports of call include Beppu, Japan; Bluff, New Zealand; Castro, Chile; Coron, Philippines; Djupivogur, Iceland; Gatun Lake, Panama; Heimaey, Iceland; Port Royal, Jamaica; Kumamoto, Japan; Limerick, Ireland; São Francisco do Sul, Brazil; Seydisfjordur, Iceland; Szczecin, Poland; and Taranto, Italy. Itinerary lengths range from seven to 82 days. There are hundreds of overnight and extended port stays.
Riviera charts her inaugural season of sailings to Arabia, India, Asia, Japan, and the Philippines. Regatta and Nautica offer two dozen sailings to Australia, the South Pacific, and Polynesia. Marina, Riviera, Sirena, and Vista offer 99 voyage choices throughout the Mediterranean. Insignia, Nautica, Marina, and Sirena present more than 60 cruise options to Iceland, Greenland, the British Isles and Ireland, the Norwegian Fjords and North Cape, and the wine countries and great capitals of Europe.
Regatta reprises her popular Alaska cruises in 2024 with a selection of seven- to 23-day itineraries sailing from Seattle, Vancouver, Seward, and Los Angeles.
Insignia and Nautica offer fifteen 7- to 18-day voyages to Bermuda, New England, and Canada with departures from New York City, Boston, and Montreal.
Nautica and Marina offer 15 South America voyages ranging from 10 to 51 days.
Regatta, Insignia, Nautica, Sirena, and Vista offer an epic selection of more than 50 departures to the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera, and California wine country.