Oceania Cruises, a leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line, has released its 2022 Europe & North America Collection of itineraries for preview prior to opening for sale on Nov. 11, 2020. The complete collection of 110 itineraries, featuring 77 brand new offerings, including 10 new ports, can be viewed online or via the comprehensive season preview brochure.
The 2022 Europe & North America Collection offers 56 itineraries that range from seven to 14 days in length. For those travelers who desire a broader spectrum of exploration, there are 54 voyages ranging from 15 to 46 days that blend multiple continents and cultures into singularly grand adventures. Curated experiences are offered at more than 250 ports of call throughout Northern and Western Europe, Iceland, Greenland, the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, Holy Lands, Alaska, Canada & New England, Bermuda, South America, and the Caribbean.
“As travelers continue seeking inspiration and bright new adventures ahead, we’ve never been more delighted to introduce a new collection of voyages,” said Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania. “Our 2022 Europe & North America Collection is filled with captivating voyages that will beckon seasoned travelers with explorations reaching perennial favorites and compelling new destinations alike.”
Highlights of Oceania’s 2022 Europe & North America Collection include:
1) 110 itineraries, 77 of them brand new along with 10 new ports to explore such as the Danish rising star of Aarhus, the Irish village of Killybegs, and the dramatic Lofoten Islands in Norway.
2) 11 voyages of seven to 14 days aboard Marina and Sirena that explore the history, antiquities, and architecture of Scandinavia and Russia.
3) Explore the cultural traditions and great outdoors of Alaska with glacier trekking, helicopter flightseeing and Go Local tours, plus more voyages cruising Hubbard Glacier with 12 convenient departures from Seattle, Vancouver or Los Angeles of seven, nine, 10, 11, 12 or 13 days.
4) 46 voyages to the western Mediterranean, Greek Isles, Turkey, and Canary Islands ranging from seven to 14 days.
5) Discover the treasures and sacred destinations of the Holy Land with 16 voyages that call on ports in Israel, Turkey, and Egypt
6) Connoisseurs of food and wine can enjoy six itineraries that focus on western Europe’s wine countries while another four are devoted to displaying the culinary treasures of the United Kingdom, Scotland, Wales and Ireland
7) Unwind with Bermuda getaways offering all a tropical escape with the convenience of seven-day round-trip New York departures.
8) Explore the best of New England, the Canadian Maritimes, Greenland, Iceland, the Norwegian Fjords, Baltic capitals, wine countries of France, Spain, and Portugal plus the Azores in one 46-day voyage with the convenience of sailing round-trip from New York City aboard Insignia.
9) Get the ultimate immersion in the western Europe wine countries of Iberia, North Africa, Madeira, the Canary Islands and Bermuda aboard Sirena with 25 ports of call in 38 days.
10) Traverse the Mediterranean with 18 ports in 22 days aboard Nautica from Jerusalem to Barcelona.
11) Be among the few who venture north of the Arctic Circle aboard Sirena’s singular sailing to the North Cape, Murmansk, and Archangel, Russia
Travelers can take advantage of even more value with Oceania’s OLife Choice Airfare promotion, which includes free round-trip airport transfers on each 2022 Europe & North America Collection voyage along with free Internet and a choice of free shore excursions, free beverage package or substantial shipboard credit. Europe voyages in this collection also feature a $149 premium economy air upgrade, and every voyage comes with complete peace of mind from the Best Price Guarantee. Reservations open on Nov. 11, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. EST.
For more information, contact your travel agent.
SOURCE: Travel Pulse, Insider Travel Report (James Shillinglaw, Nov. 5, 2020); Photo Credit: Oceania Cruises
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