World cruise collection from luxury line

Date Posted: 28/10/2012

Pictured: The Marina will embark on a South American itinerary, departing from Rio de Janeiro.

Luxury cruise line, Oceania Cruises has announced a new 2013/2014 winter programme with sailings throughout the world, including China, the Caribbean and the South Pacific.

Oceania’s four ships, Riviera, Marina, Regatta and Nautica, will sail to 160 destinations, featuring 61 voyages and 18 new itineraries.

Caribbean sailings onboard Riviera: In addition to its ten-day cruises in both the eastern and western Caribbean, Riviera will sail a new 14-day voyage, Caribbean Sand & Sea, visiting southern Caribbean islands such as Aruba, Curacao and Kralendijk, Bonaire - a new port for the cruise line.

Marina to cruise Down Under: Starting the winter season with a 20-day South American Holiday itinerary departing from Rio de Janeiro, Marina will offer a series of South Pacific itineraries visiting exotic ports in Tahiti, Australia, New Zealand and the Coral Sea.

Nautica returns to Africa and Asia: Group travel organisers can choose to book from six itineraries to Africa and Asia on Nautica, including a 30-day Lands of Grandeur holiday sailing from Dubai to Cape Town; visiting parts of India, the Maldives, the Seychelles and Kenya.

Explore the Panama Canal and South America on Regatta: A new itinerary on the Regatta, Mystical Andes & Majestic Fjords, will take groups on a 30-day journey from Lima to Rio de Janeiro, highlighting both obscure and well-known parts of Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil.

Grand Voyages

The cruise schedule also includes 21 all-new Grand Voyages – longer cruises ranging from 24 to 63 days. Each voyage blends multiple itineraries for in-depth explorations of as many as 19 different countries.

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