Oceania Cruises Unveils 2018 Asian Itineraries

By ,   December 16, 2017 ,   Cruise Industry

Starting January, Oceania Cruises offers a season of voyages dedicated to exploring the culinary cities of Asia.

Oceania Insignia and Nautica will be calling on over 50 ports in the region starting 2018.

Itineraries include a 15-day Pagodas & Shrines cruise onboard Nautica sailing from Singapore to Hong Kong. From January 20, destinations along the way include Bangkok, Koh Samui, Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi and Sihanoukville, before ending in Hong Kong.

Oceania Nautica cruise ship

There is also a 15-day Eastern Escapade voyage, beginning February 4, onboard Nautica from Hong Kong to Bangkok. Passengers will sail through Ha Long Bay before stopping at Nha Trang and Ho Chi Minh City. Koh Samui and Singapore will be the next ports of call before the vessel concludes its trip in Bangkok.

Oceania Insignia cruises include a 20-day sailing from Singapore to Beijing starting March 15, as well as a 25-day journey out of Tokyo to Singapore starting March 31.

Both Insignia and Nautica have 342 suites and staterooms and are able to accommodate 684 passengers and 400 crew. Facilities onboard include 4 restaurants, bars, spas, fitness centres, lounges, and a casino.