Oceania Cruises unveils 2022 Europe and North America Collection

Oceania Cruises has released its 2022 Europe & North America Collection.

The line said 77 of the 110 itineraries are new and that 56 2022 itineraries ranged in length from seven to 14 days, while there are also 54 longer sailings of between 15 and 46 days.

There will be 10 new ports of call in 2022, from a total of 250. Additions include Aarhus, Denmark; Killybegs, Ireland; and the Lofoten Islands in Norway.

Eleven voyages of seven to 14 days aboard Marina and Sirena explore the history, antiquities and architecture of Scandinavia and Russia.

Alaskan cruises with departures from Seattle, Vancouver or Los Angeles range from seven to 13 days in duration and include glacier-trekking and helicopter flightseeing.

There are 46 voyages to the Western Mediterranean, Greek Isles, Turkey and Canary Islands ranging from seven to 14 days; 16 Holy Land voyages calling in Israel, Turkey and Egypt; six western European wine-themed itineraries and four culinary voyages of the UK and Ireland.

Oceania also offers seven-day roundtrip cruises from New York to Bermuda and one sailing to the Arctic Circle onboard Sirena among other options.

The line is offering 50% off deposits for bookings made by December 31.

“As travellers continue seeking inspiration and bright new adventures ahead, we’ve never been more delighted to introduce a new collection of voyages,” said president and chief executive Bob Binder.

“Our 2022 Europe & North America Collection is filled with captivating voyages that will beckon seasoned travellers with explorations reaching perennial favourites and compelling new destinations alike.”

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