Oceania Cruises has unveiled the Inaugural Season of voyage itineraries for Vista, the line’s newest ship. The 18 Inaugural Season voyages commence in April 2023 and will span more than 24 countries across four continents. Vista‘s Inaugural Season voyages are now available for travel advisors to preview online and will open for sale on Sept. 15, 2021.

Additionally, President’s Circle and Diamond-level Oceania Club members can access exclusive privileges that afford them the opportunity to request their preferred suite or stateroom on the Inaugural Season voyages through Sept. 14, 2021.

“Every aspect of Vista‘s Inaugural Season has been designed to present immersive destination experiences through new and unique perspectives. From the heart of iconic cities such as Venice and London to the rarely trodden shores of Stornoway or Kavala, guests will be enthralled with the diverse array of memories they’ll collect along the way,” stated Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises, in a press release statement.

The gala 12-day Maiden Voyage will sail from Rome to Barcelona on April 14, 2023, visiting Sorrento/Capri, Messina, Valletta, Florence/Pisa/Tuscany, Monte Carlo, Toulon, Port-Vendres, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza and Valencia.

Included among the 18 voyages are visits to the Spanish, French, and Italian Rivieras; Greek Isles; Holy Lands of Turkey and Israel; Canary Islands; Wine Country of Spain, Portugal, and France; The British Isles & Ireland; Colonial America; and Panama Canal. There will be overnight stays in Lisbon, Venice, Istanbul, Jerusalem, Bordeaux, Montreal, and New York City, and according to press material, passengers will visit off-the-beaten-path treasures such as Port-Vendres, Bodrum, Kavala/Philippi, Bozcaada, Chania, Izmir, Salerno, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Killybegs, Saint-Pierre, Shelburne, Martha’s Vineyard, and Corinto.

Voyages span from 10 to 18 days, culminating in November with the 16-day Los Angeles to Miami itinerary, sailing on Nov. 3 and visiting Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas, Acapulco, Puerto Quetzal, Corinto, Puntarenas, Panama Canal, Cartagena and George Town.

Vista highlights include 12 dining options, four of them brand new; 1,200 guests served by 800 crew members (two crew members for every three guests); 290-sq.-ft. standard staterooms; Penthouse Suites and staterooms featuring large bathrooms with oversized rainforest showers; all Owner’s, Vista and Oceania Suites feature soaking tubs; Owner’s Suites and top-of-ship Library styled exclusively in Ralph Lauren Home; new Concierge Level Veranda Staterooms for solo travelers; eight bars, lounges and entertainment venues; Aquamar Spa + Vitality Center and Aquamar Spa Terrace; and staffed Concierge and Executive Lounges for Concierge Staterooms and Suites, respectively.

For more information, visit oceaniacruises.com.