Oceania Cruises releases 2020 sailings
Sales for the voyages on Wednesday, including more than 50 featuring overnight stays.
Four departures from Southampton are featured, with free car parking.
The company is marking a return to Turkey with ten itineraries including calls in Istanbul, Ephesus, and Antalya.
Seven sailings cover the wine countries of western Europe all of which feature an overnight stay in Bordeaux.
More and longer voyages in Alaska are included with three 10-day, three 11-day, two 12-day and two 14-day cruises in addition to four seven-day cruises. Six voyages in total will sail open-jaw itineraries between Vancouver and Seward.
The programme covers more than 400 ports across Europe and the Americas by the brand’s six ships, carrying only 684 or 1,250 passengers.
It will be the first full season of itineraries offered aboard a fleet of revamped ships, including $100 million refits for Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena.
Marina and Riviera will also offer enhancements along with yet to be revealed “physical and decorative updates” as part of the line’s OceaniaNEXT initiative.
The line’s president and chief executive Bob Binder said: “These incredible voyages invite travellers to experience more imaginative adventures and explore more of Europe and North America’s most fascinating destinations.”