Oceania unveiled a new collection of voyages for 2024-2025, featuring 300+ ports of call.
The company said passengers would spend between 30%-50% more in-port time than premium companies, adding that 123 cruises had 451 overnights in the Tropics and Exotics Collection.
There are 157 voyages across 7 continents, ranging from 7 to 200 days in length.
In the program, there are 14 new ports of call including Camarones (Argentina), Champagne Bay (Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu), Hambantota (Sri Lanka), and Hualien (Taiwan). It also includes the Amazon, Brazil's coastal villages, the Arabian Peninsula, Japan, and the circumnavigation of Australia.
Passengers can choose from 70 Grand Voyages that span multiple continents. Sailings go on sale today, November 2.
President and chief executive Howard Sherman said the new collection of itineraries showcased "iconic ports of call along with a wealth of opportunities to explore corners of the globe nearly untouched by tourism, and with seven brand new or better-than-new ships, the journey will be just as rewarding as the destinations.”
2024-2025 Tropics and Exotics Collection Highlights include:
- 150+ itineraries, featuring 123 voyages with overnights and 70 Grand Voyages spanning the world.
- With Mexico, Caribbean, and Panama Canal cruises, passengers can revel in new corners of the tropics with visits to less-traveled islands like Bonaire, Carriacou, Guadeloupe, and Dominica.
- In South America, there are a wealth of adventures into Patagonia, sailings along the Amazon, or voyages that explore the coasts of Brazil and Uruguay.
- Across Asia, vacationers can delight in sailing to far-flung places with expansive options for Southeast Asia explorations and a number of Japan-focused journeys
- Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific voyages reveal a blend of marquee cities and off-the-beaten-track places like the coast of Western Australia; New Zealand's Bluff, Gisborne, and Timaru; French Polynesia and Melanesia islands.
- The collection offers an array of Grand Voyages, with options linking distinct regions and region-specific journeys that feature explorations of Southeast Asia, South America, the South Pacific, extended Caribbean and Panama Canal voyages.