Oceania Cruises releases 2025-26 Tropics and Exotics collection

Oceania Cruises has released its 2025-26 Tropics and Exotics collection.

The programme features 135 itineraries visiting five continents and 329 ports on cruises ranging from seven to 180 days in length, with 40 Grand Voyages and one World Voyage available.

More than 90 sailings include overnights in ports, including stays in Panama City, Bali and Melbourne, plus new overnight destinations Willemstad, Curacao; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Port Louis, Mauritius.

Regatta will sail around Japan and southeast Asia, offering a selection of itineraries ranging from 12 to 16 days, while Riviera and Sirena will both offer additional departures in the region, with Sirena also sailing a 25-day Africa voyage at the start of the season and two South Pacific sailings at the end.

Riviera will also sail a range of 14 to 22-day cruises in the Oceania region, as well as a Bering Sea crossing to Alaska. Nautica will depart on five voyages in Africa ranging from 11 to 30 days.

Insignia will operate sailings in the Caribbean and Panama Canal from its new homeport in Tampa, while new ship Allura, which is scheduled to enter service in summer 2025, will depart on eastern and western Caribbean sailings ranging from seven to 14 days.

Marina will begin the season in South America operating sailings ranging from 10 to 24 days exploring Patagonia, Brazil and the Amazon before repositioning to the Mediterranean in April 2026.

Meanwhile, Vista will depart on a 180-night World Voyage cruising in South America, Australia, South Pacific, southeast Asia and Europe.

President Frank Del Rio said: “Our new Tropics and Exotics collection is one of our most exciting yet, featuring a heady mix of iconic cities, remote islands and hidden gems to discover for the very first time.

“With various voyages allowing guests to explore a region for weeks or months at a time and several new overnight port stays, the collection offers a wealth of opportunities for our guests to explore further than ever before, savouring the many flavours of the world and enjoying uniquely curated experiences ashore in these exotic and tropical regions.”

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