Oceania Cruises releases 2024-25 sailings

Oceania Cruises has outlined details of 100 sailings in the Caribbean and the Pacific in 2024-25. 

More than 60 ports of call are featured, including off-the-beaten-track islands capable of handling the line’s smaller ships. 

Marina, Nautica, Sirena and new ship Vista will be deployed on sailings from Miami, Cartagena in Columbia, New York, Los Angeles, Bridgetown, Panama and Papeete in Tahiti.

Itineraries range from seven to 16 days, with some including daylight passages through the Panama Canal, linking Caribbean destinations with storied Pacific ports such as Acapulco, Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Quetzal.

Among the destinations featured are Barbuda, Dominica and the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, and Moorea, Raiatea and Rangiroa in French Polynesia.

Nautica, carrying less than 670 passengers, will run 10-day itineraries across French Polynesia plus a 31-day sailing to Sydney via New Zealand departing on February 19, 2024.

President Frank Del Rio said: “We offer an extensive collection of destination-intensive Caribbean and Tahiti itineraries, allowing our well-travelled and curious guests to discover something new about these popular yet still relatively untouched regions. 

“Our carefully curated, diverse range of shore excursions, combined with the relaxing home-away-from-home ambiance on board our boutique ships and the finest cuisine at sea, offers the perfect luxury vacation choice.”

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