Oceania Cruises to offer 150 new itineraries for 2025

Oceania Cruises to offer 150 new itineraries for 2025

Reservations open on 4 October 2023

Oceania Cruises has revealed its 2025 Summer Collection of voyages, featuring an diverse lineup of more than 100 itineraries, as well as almost 50 Grand Voyages to destinations around the world. 

Travellers can choose from a selection of curated Europe voyages, classic Canada and New England cruises, adventures in Alaska and South Pacific sailings that visit paradise islands in French Polynesia aboard Oceania Cruises’ eight small luxury ships. 

The diverse collection of voyages includes more than 70 distinct sailings across the Mediterranean and Northern Europe. 

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Oceania Cruises’ Marina ship will split its time between the Mediterranean, the western wine countries and the northern regions of Iceland, Greenland and the Canadian Maritime. Meanwhile, Oceania Cruises’ Vista ship will sail through the capitals of Scandinavia, the Norwegian Fjords and the British Isles, while Oceania Cruises’ newest ship Allura will explore the Mediterranean for its maiden season at sea. 

Oceania Cruises president Frank A Del Rio said: “With our 2025 Summer Collection, we look forward to continuing to show why Oceania Cruises is acclaimed for its destination-rich itineraries by offering new ports of call and expanded service into highly sought-after regions, and 2025 is slated to be our biggest year yet at Oceania Cruises with Allura’s maiden season and our first collection featuring all eight boutique ships on sale.”


The itinerary lengths range from seven to 56 days with more than 100 overnight stays at destinations including Seville, Jerusalem, Istanbul, Bordeaux, Berlin, Antwerp, Montreal, Bora Bora and Papeete, giving guests more time to explore.

New ports of call include Cesme, Turkey; Kemi, Finland; Lulea, Sweden; Maniitsoq, Greenland; Pozzallo (Sicily), Italy; Samos, Greece; Scrabster, Scotland; Sibenik, Croatia; Sundsvall, Sweden, and Vaasa, Finland.

For more, visit www.oceaniacruises.comto partner with Oceania Cruises, email Riet Goetschalckx, sales director of Mainland Europe, Middle East & Africa, on

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