180-Day World Cruise and Seven Epic Grand Voyages Open for Sale on September 14th
MIAMI, Sept. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line, announced its most extensive, expansive, and immersive series of World and Grand Voyages for 2025. The line reprised its perennially popular Around the World in 180 Days voyage for 2025, albeit in a very unique east-to-west navigation. Underscoring the increasing popularity of the brand’s demand for longer, languid, destination-immersive voyages, Oceania Cruises also introduced a series of seven Grand Voyages ranging in length from 50 to 111 days.
“This new collection of globe-spanning itineraries includes both iconic and off the beaten path ports of call and offers a wealth of opportunities for our guests to explore the farthest corners of the globe, making the journey just as rewarding as the destination,” stated Howard Sherman, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises.
Each of these Grand Voyages takes advantage of one of life’s greatest luxuries: time. The journeys range from a spectacular 111-day expedition of wonders across the South Pacific, New Zealand, Australia, Southeast Asia, Africa and the Mediterranean to an extraordinary journey that is the first of its kind – combining fascinating explorations of three continents aboard two small, luxurious ships with an incredible multi-day Land Program in between. Above all else, these itineraries were designed for the intrepid explorer, the traveler with an endless wanderlust and a penchant for enjoying the finer things in life.
First Of Its Kind – Far and Wide: The Ultimate Odyssey
74 Days, Two Ships, Five Countries, Three Continents – December 22, 2024 – March 6, 2025
This ultimate odyssey transcends the imagination as it explores three continents on two small, luxurious ships linked by an amazing, immersive Mid-Cruise Overland Program. Kicking off with a 50-day circumnavigation of Australia, Indonesia, and New Zealand sailing roundtrip from Sydney, guests are then flown via business class air service to South America for explorations of Patagonia, Antarctica, and the Chilean Fjords. Linking these two extraordinary cruises are two enthralling overland tours that guests will get to choose from – six days in the extraordinary Blue Mountains of Australia or six days in the Andean Lakes District of Chile and Argentina. Truly the ultimate odyssey, this eclectic journey stretches from great cities Down Under to Ushuaia, the city at the end of the world, and staggeringly beautiful lands of Patagonia and Antarctica.
Ultimate Odyssey Highlights
Explorations of 3 awe-inspiring continents and 5 countries
5 overnights offering a blend of cultural and free-spirited Australian destinations and spellbinding Patagonian outposts, plus an overnight in the paradise of Bali
A south-of-the-equator masterpiece that reveals boundless adventure on an itinerary spanning from the Tasman Sea to the Chilean Fjords
A sought-after circumnavigation of multifaceted Australia, spending about a month visiting 18 destinations, along with a week-long exploration of incredible New Zealand
A stunning multi-week tour of legendary Patagonian landscapes and surreal Antarctic seascapes
Choice of an included 6-day Overland Program in either the Blue Mountains of Australia or northern Patagonia
The Gold Standard of World Cruises – Around the World in 180 Days
180 Days, Five Continents, 32 Countries, 89 Ports – January 5, 2025 – July 3, 2025
Setting sail on a rare east-to-west journey, the 2025 Around the World in 180 Days cruise is filled with exotic horizons and illuminating experiences. From Miami, the 656-guest Insignia heads south for explorations in vibrant Brazil and the wilds of the Amazon before crossing the great Atlantic Ocean for adventures in the villages and majestic landscapes of Africa. En route to South Africa, this crossing features a call on the most remote inhabited island on the planet: the volcanic isle of Tristan da Cunha. Insignia then continues east, to the great cities and untold wonders of Asia, with explorations of some of the most exclusive islands lining the Indian Ocean along the way. The French Comoros, Maldives and Seychelles give way to captivating destinations in Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia and beyond. As Insignia heads south along the less explored coast of Western Australia, you will have the opportunity to discover some of this continent’s most unsung treasures. During our navigation of the South Pacific, we’ll make a rare call on Champagne Bay on Vanuatu along with some of French Polynesia’s most stunning islands before heading north to visit the lush Hawaiian Islands to conclude this global journey.
The full 180-day Around the World cruise is made even more exceptional with our Exclusive Prestige Package, which includes a collection of generous amenities such as Free Pre-Paid Gratuities, Free Laundry Services and immersive Shoreside Events.
Around The World Highlights
Exclusive Shoreside Events:
Overnight Port Stays:
Mid-Cruise Overland Programs
Additional Grand Voyage Offerings
Ultimate Pacific Traveler – Los Angeles to Sydney – 79 Days, October 3 – December 22, 2024
11 countries, 7 overnight port stays
Nearly two weeks in Japan and three weeks exploring Australia and New Zealand
A literal tapestry of destinations including Alaska, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore, and Indonesia
South America Kaleidoscope – Miami to Rio de Janeiro – 50 Days, December 7, 2024 – January 26, 2025
11 countries, 6 overnight port stays
A comprehensive exploration of South America that includes Chile, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, and Uruguay
Three days cruising in Antarctica and a crossing of the Panama Canal
Grand Eastern Reflections – Abu Dhabi to Singapore – 78 Days, December 22, 2024 – March 10, 2025
16 countries, 15 overnight port stays
One week in India, 3 days in Myanmar, one week in Vietnam, one week in China, two weeks in Japan, three days in the Philippines, and one week in Indonesia
A unique melding of exotic, ancient cultures with glittering, modern metropolises
Epic Continental Explorer – Papeete to Barcelona – 111 Days, February 25 – June 17, 2025
28 countries and 12 overnight port stays
A multi-month sojourn that spans the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, Africa and beyond
Multiple weeks spent exploring the Indian Ocean and Africa, including the continent’s exotic and mysterious western shores
Patagonia to Iberia Mosaic – Santiago de Chile to Barcelona – 63 Days, March 6 – May 8, 2025
10 countries and overnight stays in Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Lisbon
In-depth explorations of Uruguay, Argentina, and Brazil
Off-the-beaten path immersion of Spain including Almeria, Málaga, Huelva, Melilla, and Alicante
Asia & Oceania Odyssey – Tokyo to Honolulu – 72 Days, May 22 – August 1, 2025
12 countries and 11 overnight port stays
An intriguing blend of culture and history throughout Japan, China, and Southeast Asia mixed with the enchantment of the South Pacific and Hawaiian Islands
Some of the world’s greatest wonders – Ha Long Bay, Great Barrier Reef and Bora Bora
For additional information on Oceania Cruises’ small-ship luxury product, exquisitely crafted cuisine, and expertly curated travel experiences, visit OceaniaCruises.com, call 855-OCEANIA, or speak with a professional travel advisor.
About Oceania Cruises
Oceania Cruises is the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line. The line’s seven small, luxurious ships carry a maximum of 1,238 guests and feature the finest cuisine at sea and destination-rich itineraries that span the globe. Expertly curated travel experiences aboard the designer-inspired, small ships call on more than 450 marquee and boutique ports across Europe, Alaska, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, New England-Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, Tahiti and the South Pacific in addition to the epic 180-day Around the World Voyages. The brand has a second 1,200-guest Allura Class ship on order for delivery in 2025. With headquarters in Miami, Oceania Cruises is owned by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., a diversified cruise operator of leading global cruise brands which include Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
About Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) is a leading global cruise company which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands. With a combined fleet of 28 ships with nearly 60,000 berths, these brands offer itineraries to more than 490 destinations worldwide. The Company has nine additional ships scheduled for delivery through 2027, comprising of approximately 24,000 berths.
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180-Day World Cruise and Seven Epic Grand Voyages Open for Sale on September 14th