Oceania Cruises launches 100 sailings in the Caribbean & Tahiti 2024-2025

   August 6, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

Oceania Cruises has revealed its plans for the 2024-2025 season, which will include 100 voyages in the Caribbean and the Pacific. These cruises will visit 60+ different ports, including lesser-known islands that can accommodate the company's smaller ships.

The sailings will be carried out by Marina, Nautica, Sirena, and the new ship Vista. The departure points for these cruises include PortMiami, Cartagena in Colombia, New York, Los Angeles, Bridgetown, Panama, and Papeete in Tahiti.

The itineraries will vary in duration, ranging from 7 to 16 days. Some of these trips will offer the unique experience of passing through the Panama Canal during daylight, connecting Caribbean destinations with famous ports in the Pacific like Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas, and Puerto Quetzal.

The featured destinations on these cruises include exotic locations such as Barbuda, Dominica, and the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, as well as Moorea, Raiatea, and Rangiroa in French Polynesia.

Nautica, designed for fewer than 670 passengers, will offer 10-day itineraries in French Polynesia, and a 31-day journey to Sydney NSW via New Zealand, departing on February 19th, 2024. The cruise-only prices for a balcony cabin start at GBP 13,329.

President Frank Del Rio said they offered an extensive collection of destination-intensive Caribbean and Tahiti itineraries, allowing their well-traveled and curious guests "to discover something new about these popular yet still relatively untouched regions."

“Our carefully curated, diverse range of shore excursions, combined with the relaxing home-away-from-home ambiance on board our boutique ships and the finest cuisine at sea, offers the perfect luxury vacation choice.”