Oceania Cruises introduces exclusive Polynesian itineraries in 2025

   June 25, 2024 ,   Cruise Industry

The premium travel brand Oceania Cruises is offering exceptional itineraries to explore Polynesia in 2025. These itineraries, designed to showcase boutique and less-frequented islands, will be facilitated by Oceania's ships Nautica and Regatta. South Pacific 2025 season will be the company's most extensive, with voyages during both the winter and summer seasons.

The itineraries have been crafted to provide a memorable and immersive experience for discerning travelers, allowing them to delve deeply into Polynesia. The Regatta and Nautica, equipped with more veranda staterooms and complimentary specialty dining options than any other ship based in Tahiti, are ideally suited for these explorations. Central to the season are 10-day roundtrips from Papeete, designed for travelers seeking to explore the remote, nature-rich islands of the region.

Guests can expect to encounter abundant marine life, including spinner dolphins, whales, and stingrays, and explore ancient archaeological sites and rugged mountains adorned with wild hibiscus and ginger flowers. The itineraries also include overnight stays in iconic locations such as Bora Bora, providing opportunities for in-depth exploration.

Oceania's shore excursions include tours of vanilla and black pearl farms, lagoon cruising, and motu island (reef islet) picnics, allowing guests to absorb the natural beauty and unique cultural traditions of the region. Additionally, longer relocation voyages (RepositionCruises.com) offer extended exploration of Polynesia, Hawaii, or New Zealand. Oceania's World Voyages are up to 111 days and ending in popular port cities such as Singapore, Cape Town, Barcelona.

In collaboration with Conde Nast Traveler, Oceania presents a collection of itineraries curated by the magazine's editors. Four Polynesia itineraries are among the 23 Conde Nast Traveler branded voyages, featuring editorial insights and tips for each port of call.

All sailings include Oceania Cruises' simply MORE value promise, which encompasses complimentary vintage Champagnes, premium wines, international beers during lunch and dinner, and a shore excursion credit of up to US$1,400 per stateroom, depending on voyage length.