Oceania Cruises Unveils 2016-17 Winter Itineraries Featuring 60 New Destination-Rich Itineraries

The 2016-17 Winter Collection revealed by Oceania Cruises today represents the most diverse and extensive array of itineraries offered by the line, due in part to the addition of Sirena, the newest ship in the fleet. In late 2016 and early 2017, the Oceania Cruises fleet will crisscross six continents with a series of destination-rich cruises in Asia, Africa and South America and a collection of unique Australian voyages aboard Sirena. Oceania Cruises will also offer six sailings that traverse the Panama Canal.

The 2016-17 Winter Collection offers a total of 89 sailings that range from seven to 180 days in length, with 60 new itineraries and 19 new ports of call. From the remote beauty of seaside villages in Papua New Guinea to enticing South American rain forests, the 2016-17 Winter Collection offers a refreshing mix of popular destinations, enchanting boutique ports and off-the-beaten-path gems unmatched by any other line. Overnight and extended port stays allow for more in-depth exploration and easygoing touring on a variety of shore excursions that focus on culture, history, adventure and – of course – cuisine.

“The addition of Sirena gives us greater flexibility when it comes to itinerary planning, allowing us to explore more destinations and offer a greater variety of cruise options,” said Jason Montague, president and chief operating officer for Oceania Cruises. “Our Winter Collection for 2016-17 includes a beautifully blended mix of must see, bucket list travel destinations and undiscovered jewels only accessible by our fleet of intimate and luxurious ships.”

Oceania Cruises’ early booking incentives program, OLife Advantage, has been extended to include all 2016-17 Winter Collection sailings. Guests who book before Dec. 31, 2015 are eligible for numerous complimentary amenities, including free shore excursions, unlimited Internet and pre-paid gratuities.

The 2016-17 Winter Collection itineraries include visits to 19 ports of call that are new to Oceania Cruises including:

19 new ports of call

Oceania Cruises’ distinctive itineraries appeal to the travel desires of the most sophisticated world travelers and epitomize the brand’s “Your World. Your Way.” tagline. Some highlights of the 2016-17 Winter Collection include:

Sirena

For its first set of winter cruises, the new Sirena is slated for 14 remarkable journeys through the Caribbean and Pacific regions. A Christmas-time cruise, Pacific Holidays is a sun-drenched 16-day voyage from Miami to Los Angeles that traverses the iconic Panama Canal. Others ply the sky-blue waters of the Caribbean to dreamy destinations in Mexico and Central America, as well as transoceanic journeys to Hawaii, romantic South Pacific islands, and extensive voyages throughout Australia.

Regatta

The Americas are the focus of Regatta’s voyages, including the aptly named, 22-day Patagonian Odyssey. From Buenos Aires, the journey traverses through the Strait of Magellan and the Chilean fjords, winding around Cape Horn in route to Lima whilst making 11 stops in some of South America’s most engaging destinations. Plus, all-new Caribbean sailings venture through the Panama Canal and explore Mexico’s breathtaking Copper Canyon.

Insignia

In January 2017, Insignia will depart Miami on the longest and most comprehensive world exploration in the industry – Around the World in 180 Days. Circumnavigating the globe and covering more than 45,000 nautical miles, this unmatched adventure delivers guests to 98 ports in 36 countries on six continents. Guests also have the option to choose from eight individual segments of the voyage.

Nautica

Journeys through Asia and Africa comprise Nautica’s eight itineraries, four of which are new. Among them are the 30-day Cape Town to Singapore journey through the Indian Ocean – Safaris, Temples & Jewels – which unveils the hidden treasures of 15 ports, including the effervescent haven of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and the sea-wall surrounded Malé, the winsome capital of the Maldives.

Marina

Three South American voyages and several throughout the Caribbean highlight the adventures offered on Marina. Also, a 21-day transoceanic voyage – Passage to Discovery – touches on destinations both familiar and unexpected, journeying from Miami to Lisbon with exciting excursions in the Caribbean and off the west coast of Africa.

Riviera

Most of Riviera’s 7- to 14-day voyages explore the sunny Caribbean, including the relaxing round-trip Islands in the Sun cruise from Miami that calls on some of the most breathtakingly beautiful and restful ports at sea, from the serenity of Grand Turk to the popular Dominican Republic destination of Punta Cana.

For more information about Oceania Cruises’ OLife Advantage program, guests can visit OceaniaCruises.com, call 1.855.OCEANIA (1.855.623.2642) or contact a professional travel agent.

About Oceania Cruises

Featuring a fleet of intimately luxurious ships, Oceania Cruises offers an unrivaled vacation experience renowned for the finest cuisine at sea and destination-rich itineraries spanning the globe. Seasoned world travelers are drawn to Oceania Cruises’ expertly crafted voyages, which call on more than 330 ports across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and the Americas. Spacious and elegant accommodations aboard the 684-guest Regatta, Insignia and Nautica and the 1,250-guest Marina and Riviera invite guests to explore the world in unparalleled comfort and style. Oceania Cruises will add a fourth 684-guest ship in April 2016 when Sirena officially joins its fleet.

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