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Oceania Cruises
Reservations must be made by May 31, 2024

Photo: Oceania Marina / Credit Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises has launched a new offer that awards guests with a free pre-cruise hotel stay on a range of sailings throughout late 2024 and 2025.

The offer is available on 33 sailings exploring such far-flung locations as Brazil, the Canary Islands, Japan, Singapore, Bali and New Zealand, on itineraries ranging from 11 to 35 days. Reservations must be made between April 1, 2024 and May 31, 2024.


Samples of featured voyages with free pre-cruise hotel include:

  • Astounding Australasia (November 14, 2024, Singapore-Auckland): Guests can spend more time meandering Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay before setting sail for Jakarta aboard Regatta and then exploring Bali, Papua New Guinea and Australia before disembarking in Auckland.
  • Exotic Atlantic Shores (January 27, 2025, Rio de Janeiro-Cape Town): Guests can soak up the sun in Brazil’s most vibrant city before departing aboard Insignia to explore South America. They’ll then cross the Atlantic Ocean and land in Namibia before disembarking in Cape Town.
  • Tropics of the Far East (February 14, 2025, Tokyo-Singapore): Guests can spend an evening in Tokyo’s Ginza District before embarking on Riviera to venture south, exploring Japan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia, ending in Singapore.
  • Africa Navigator (May 22, 2025, Cape Town-Barcelona): Guests can pass the time in Cape Town on Boulders Beach with its resident penguins before starting Nautica’s African exploration, calling at Namibia, Angola, São Tomé and Principe, Togo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Cape Verde, the Canary Islands, Morocco and a selection of ports in Spain before disembarking in Barcelona.
  • Outback & Island Pearls (June 23, 2025, Bali to Papeete): Guests will experience the lush countryside of Bali before stepping aboard the Regatta and venturing to Australia, Vanuatu, Fiji and Samoa before ending the cruise in Tahiti.


For more information go to OceaniaCruises.com.


Source: Travelweek

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