Oceania has announced the itinerary of its 2024 World Cruise as well as four Grand Voyages for the 2023-2024 season. Reservations will be available from March 2, 2022.
180-day cruise around the world
The 180-day round-the-world voyage on the Insignia ship will visit 96 ports in 34 countries and make 24 overnight calls. The Insignia can accommodate 684 passengers. The cruise will start in Los Angeles and end in New York. It is also possible to depart from Miami, for a 196-day cruise. You will have the opportunity to see 100 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
- Hawaiian Islands
- French Polynesia
- Fjords of New Zealand
- Ha Long Bay
- Arabian Peninsula
- Northern Europe
- East Atlantic Coast
Four Grands Voyages of 72 to 82 days are also announced for the end of 2023 and 2024.
Great Pacific Expedition
From Los Angeles to Sydney on the Regatta.
This 77-day trip departs on October 4, 2023 and visits 12 countries with 10 nights in iconic ports such as Kyoto, Shanghai, Bali and Perth. The ship will pass through Alaska, Japan, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Australia.
Odyssey of Discoveries
Abu Dhabi to Tokyo on the Riviera.
This 82-day trip departs on December 29, 2023 and visits 18 countries with an array of discoveries across the Arabian Peninsula, India and Asia, as well as stops in less crowded corners such as Sri Lanka and the remote paradise of the Maldives.
Epic Eastern Explorer
Mumbai to Tokyo on the Riviera.
This 72-day trip departing on January 8, 2024 visits 15 countries with stops in the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Bangkok and Seoul while exploring Myanmar’s monasteries, contrasting rural and urban life in Vietnam, learning about culinary traditions revered in Japan and more.
Ultimate Exotic Traveler
Papeete to Cape Town on the Nautica.
This 79-day trip departs on February 19, 2024 with a 15-country itinerary that includes a remarkable array of attractions such as the beautiful Moorea Lagoons, the unique geothermal landscapes of Rotorua, the iconic Sydney Opera House, the UNESCO-protected Komodo National Park, and South Africa’s famous game reserves. It is possible to extend the trip with a safari in Africa after the cruise.
For more information visit the website of Oceania Cruises.