Oceania Cruises adds 16 itineraries to 2025 Med collection

Oceania Cruises has added 16 new itineraries to its 2025 Mediterranean programme including nine Grand Voyages.

The sailings, which will take place on Marina and Nautica, range from nine to 56 days in length and will call at cities including Athens, Barcelona, Istanbul, Lisbon and Rome.

The 1,250-passenger Marina, which will undergo an “extensive” refurbishment in May 2024, will sail a new nine-night Barcelona to Athens itinerary.

Departing on May 26, 2025, the ship will call at Valletta, Rhodes, Ephesus, Istanbul and Lesbos. Prices start at £3,239.

An Istanbul to Athens sailing has been added, calling at Bodrum and Marmaris in Turkey and Pergamum, Ephesus, Santorini, Rhodes, Limassol, Heraklion and Mykonos in Greece. The sailing will depart on October 16, 2025, and costs from £3,699.

Marina will also complete at 21-day Athens to Santa Cruz de Tenerife sailing departing on October 27, 2025.

The cruise will call at destinations in Croatia, Montenegro, Greece, Sicily, Malta, Tunisia, Spain, Morocco and Portugal. Customers will have to option to disembark in Barcelona after 11 days.

The longer sailing costs from £5,959 and the shorter from £4,089. Nautica will depart on three new Mediterranean sailings in 2025.

The 670-passenger ship will sail a 12-day Istanbul to Athens itinerary calling at Pergamum, Izmir, Samos, Bodrum, Rhodes, Antalya, Limassol, Kos, Heraklion and Santorin. Departing on July 27, 2025, the cruise costs from £4,089.

A 14-day Athens to Rome cruise departing on August 8, 2025, will call at destinations in Croatia, Montenegro, Italy, Malta, Tunisia, Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica and Monaco costs from £4,779.

Nautica will then sail a 14-day Athens to Valletta itinerary calling at Mykonos, Lesbos, Ephesus, Marmaris, Antalya, Limassol, Rhodes, Santorini and Crete. Prices start at £4,249 based on a September 11, 2025, departure.

New Grand Voyages include the 46-day Rome Round Trip, from £11,629; the 36-day Venice to Rome, from £9,209; the 23-day Rome to Athens, from £6,439; the 34-day Athens Round Trip, from £9,119; the 26-day Athens to Malaga, from £6,829; and the 56-day Rome to Miami, from £13,359.

Prices include airfare, airport transfers and shore excursion credit of up to $1,400 per stateroom.

President Frank Del Rio said: “Oceania Cruises is rightly renowned for its inventive and captivating itineraries and our array of 2025 Mediterranean sailings is the perfect way to spotlight one of the most popular and exciting cruise regions of the world.

“With shore excursions to inspire everyone, from active adventurous types to history buffs and foodies, our small, luxurious ships are the perfect way to discover this majestic region of the world.”

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