Asia will be seeing more of Oceania Cruises during its 2024-2025 Tropics and Exotics Collection of itineraries, which are now on sale.
With more than 300 ports of call, the collection includes 14 new off-the-beaten-path ports and 451 overnight stays across 123 voyages.
“This new collection of itineraries showcases iconic ports of call along with a wealth of opportunities to explore corners of the globe nearly untouched by tourism, and with seven new or better-than-new ships, the journey will be just as rewarding as the destinations,” said Howard Sherman, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises.
There will be 70 Grand Voyages with a wide variety of voyages focused on singular destinations such as the Amazon, the coastal villages of Brazil, the Arabian Peninsula, Japan, and a circumnavigation of Australia.
The pass at Dutch Harbour, Alaska.
There are in-depth explorations of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, the yacht harbours and tiny atolls of the South Pacific, and a North Pacific itinerary that combines Japan’s northern prefectures with the Alaska outposts of Dutch Harbour, Kodiak, and Whittier.
Across Asia, new ports of call include Hambantota, Sri Lanka; Hitachinaka, Japan; Hualien, Taiwan; Takamatsu, Japan and Waingapu, Indonesia.
A cruise line recognised for its gourmet cuisine also has something new for guests who love their food and wine, including a one-of-a-kind Dom Pérignon pairing dinner.