Oceania Cruises has introduced 16 new Europe and Tahiti voyages for early 2022 aboard the Regatta and Nautica.
When Nautica debuts on April 1, the ship will have just emerged from an extensive period in drydock and similarly, Regattare turns to service fresh from her recent re-inspiration. The debut of Nautica and re-start of Regatta marks the completion of the $100+ million OceaniaNEXT “better-than-new” rebuild of the brand’s four 684-guest Regatta Class ships and the brand’s full return to service with all six ships sailing the globe once again.
Nautica’s April through June 2022 Europe voyages range from 10 to 24 days and call on the most iconic destinations in the region, such as the French and Italian Rivieras, the Greek Isles, the Holy Lands, and the Canary Islands. Regatta brings back popular Tahiti itineraries with the addition of three new 10-day roundtrip Papeete cruises in February 2022. These new sailings will be available online and open for reservations on July 28, 2021.
“With such extraordinary demand for travel in 2022, we are pleased to be able to offer our discerning travelers these additional travel options in these most sought-after destinations,” said Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises, in a press statement. “With record-setting demand for international travel in the coming year, we are committed to providing our guests with more destination options and our travel advisor partners with even more sales opportunities.”
The Iconic Gems & Hidden Jewels of Europe sailings capture the essence of European travel by showcasing the destination’s most iconic locales such as Rome, Lisbon, and Athens, and blends them with off-the-beaten-path discoveries, like Palamos, Gythion, and Trapani.
The longer Grand Voyages sailings offer the luxury of time, while spotlighting one region at length or highlighting multiple regions.
And, the 10-day sailings to the islands of French Polynesia feature local foods, tropical adventures, and gorgeous panoramas with each stunning sunrise or sunset.
For a listing of the various sailings taking place, head to oceaniacruises.com.
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