Encompassing seven ships sailing 179 itineraries, which call on more than 260 ports, the new collection is the line’s most expansive offering to date.
Oceania Cruises has now opened its recently unveiled 2023 Europe & North America Collection of voyages for sale to the general public.
Charting the coastlines of the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Baltic and Scandinavia, Alaska, Canada and the Colonial Americas – as well as featuring seven ships sailing 179 itineraries calling on more than 260 ports – the collection is not only the line’s most expansive to date, but also the most diverse. Of course, vibrant cities, hidden-away villages and stunning natural scenery are all on the menu.
Moreover, spending 30 to 50 per cent more time in port than premium cruise lines, this new collection of itineraries features 190 overnight/multi-day stays in both marquee and boutique ports of call along with hundreds of evening and late-night departures. All of which affords guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in the history, culture and cuisines of the destinations.
“These new voyages are ideal for discerning travellers seeking to rediscover the world,” stated Bob Binder, President & CEO of Oceania Cruises.
“Whether they are retracing familiar paths or setting off to uncharted territories, they will find endearing smiles, enthralling cultural elements, and fascinating culinary experiences.”
2023 Europe & North America Collection highlights:
- Voyages range in length from seven to 56 days
- Nine new off-the-beaten-path ports of call: Kalundborg, Demark; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Oban, Scotland; Runavík (Faroe Islands), Denmark; Torbay, UK; Limnos, Greece; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Lipari, Italy; Eastport, Maine
- 57 Grand Voyages promise epic exploration opportunities
- The ultimate in small-ship Mediterranean immersion with 102 itineraries to choose from
- More than 40 cruises and Grand Voyages to the Holy Lands of Israel and Turkey
- Riviera offers 14 voyages to the British Isles, Ireland, Iceland, Norwegian Fjords and Greenland
- Marina reprises her perennial series of Baltic capitals and Russia voyages with more than a dozen sailings
- The inaugural season of Vista with 18 voyages in the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, Holy Lands, British Isles and Colonial Americas
- Regatta sails 13 Alaska cruises ranging from seven to 20 days
- Insignia and Vista offer 14 departures from New York, Montreal and Boston, focusing on the Canadian Maritimes, Colonial Americas and Bermuda
Top 10 highlighted voyages from the 2023 Europe & North America Collection
Riviera | Venice to Barcelona | 10 days
A truly outstanding showcase of culture, history and exquisite cuisine is on display with nine ports of call in Croatia, Montenegro, Greece, Italy and France.
Marina | Athens to Istanbul | 7 days
This voyage overflows with history as it focuses entirely on Greece and Turkey with calls in Ephesus, Bodrum, Antalya, Rhodes and Mykonos and culminates with an overnight stay in sultry Istanbul.
Marina | Amsterdam to Copenhagen | 12 days
Discover the ultimate expression of the beauty and wealth of culture that the great Baltic capitals are known for with cities like Oslo, Aarhus and Berlin. An overnight in St. Petersburg offers the special opportunity to experience the White Nights festival in all its glory.
Riviera | London to Belfast | 18 days
An intriguing blend of marquee ports like Edinburgh, Belfast and Dublin blended with secluded ports such as Killybegs in Ireland and Kirkwall on the Orkney Islands offers numerous surprises as the voyage explores a total of 16 ports in 18 days
Marina | Oslo to London | 10 days
Sailing the return route of the Vikings, this voyage is a virtual kaleidoscope of fascinating history and fairytale landscapes. Exploring the best of Norway and the Baltic capitals, cosmopolitan flair is keenly balanced with natural splendour and the unparalleled majesty of the Norwegian fjords.
Riviera | Reykjavik to Oslo | 15 days
Nature takes centre stage on this cruise showcasing the geysers and hot springs of Iceland, unspoiled glaciers of Greenland, ancient archipelagoes in the North Sea, and the unspoiled beauty of southern Sweden and Norway.
Regatta | Vancouver to Los Angeles | 20 days
All of the premier Alaska ports, Hubbard Glacier, the Inside Passage, Astoria and an overnight in San Francisco come together in a great adventure brimming with variety and contrasts.
Riviera | Amsterdam to Venice | 34 days
This voyage encompasses the most iconic destinations of Europe’s North Atlantic and northern Mediterranean coasts with overnights in Bordeaux and Venice, plus Bilbao, Lisbon, Seville, Barcelona, Provence, Portofino, Florence, Dubrovnik, and more.
Nautica | Jerusalem to Rome | 11 days
Experience 360 degrees of history with standout classics such as Rhodes, Ephesus, Athens and Santorini, plus an overnight in Jerusalem, capped off with the inescapable allure of Sicily and the enigma that is Naples.
Insignia | Boston to Montreal | 11 days
Incomparable autumn foliage, romantic storybooks ports and a bounty of American and French culinary experiences define this itinerary that showcases the crossroads of European and American history.
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