Oceania Cruises is looking to the future, and it looks vibrant: the line announced its 2024-2025 Tropics and Exotics Collection of itineraries, open for sale Nov. 2, 2022, and ready to take your clients on more than 300 ports of call.
Oceania Cruises Expanding Opportunities for Your Clients
By the numbers, this collection takes the line’s luxury small ships on 157 voyages across 7 continents on adventures that range anywhere from 7 to 200 days, with 14 new off-the-beaten-path stops. Don’t forget: Oceania Cruises gives your clients between 30 to 50 percent more time in port than other lines. This translates into 451 overnight stays—think ports less-traveled and surprising stops in the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Patagonia, the Amazon, Brazil, Uruguay, Asia, French Polynesia, Australia, New Zealand, Australia… And so much more.
New ports of call include Camarones, Argentina; Champagne Bay, Vanuatu; Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, Tristan da Cunha; and Takamatsu, Japan, just to name a few.
“This new collection of itineraries showcases iconic ports of call along with a wealth of opportunities to explore corners of the globe nearly untouched by tourism, and with seven brand-new or better-than-new ships, the journey will be just as rewarding as the destinations,” said Howard Sherman, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises, in a press statement.
For clients that embrace going above and beyond, Oceania Cruises have 70 Grand Voyages that will take them on epic voyages across different regions and several continents. Think destination immersion in the Amazon, beach villages in Brazil and Australia’s coastlines. There’s a full-on exploration on tap in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, atolls of the South Pacific, Japan’s northern prefectures and Alaska’s craggy outposts. These Grand Voyages even include extended Caribbean and Panama Canal adventures.
Don’t forget Oceania Cruises’ recently reimagined Marina and Riviera with new suites, staterooms and public spaces. The line also upped the ante on its signature onboard experience, adding new menu items and experiences, including a one-of-a-kind Dom Perignon pairing dinner. The Tropics and Exotics Collection can also be booked aboard the new Vista, which is itself debuting all sorts of firsts.
For more information, visit oceaniacruises.com.