MIAMI, October 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary and destination-oriented cruise line, has opened its recently unveiled Europe and North America 2023 collection of cruises for sale to the general public. With seven ships on 179 routes calling at more than 260 ports, this new collection is the line’s most extensive and diverse range to date.

Mapping the seductive shores of the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Baltic States & Scandinavia, Alaska, Canada, and Colonial America, every trip is a masterpiece of exploration revealing iconic cities, remote villages, and dramatic, unspoiled natural wonders.

“These new trips are ideal for discerning travelers looking to rediscover the world,” said Bob Binder, President and CEO of Oceania Cruises. “Whether you retrace familiar paths or venture into unfamiliar territory, you will find lovable smiles, exciting cultural elements and fascinating culinary experiences.”

This new itinerary offers 30 to 50 percent more time in port than premium cruise ships and offers 190 overnight stays / multi-day stays in marquee and boutique ports of call, as well as hundreds of evening and late night departures, all of which are affordable. immerse yourself in the history, culture and cuisine of the destinations.

2023 Europe and Highlights of the North America Collection

  • The duration of the trip is 7 to 56 days
  • Nine new places to go off the beaten path: Kalundborg, Denmark; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Oban, Scotland; Runavík (Faroe Islands), Denmark; Torbay, UK; Limnos, Greece; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Lipari, Italy; Eastport, Maine
  • 57 Grand Voyages promise epic opportunities to explore
  • The ultimate in Mediterranean immersion on small ships with 102 routes to choose from
  • More than 40 cruises and Grand Voyages to the Holy Land of Israel and Turkey
  • Riviera offers 14 trips to the British Isles, Ireland, Iceland, Norwegian Fjords and Greenland
  • Marina repeats her perennial streak of Baltic Capitals and Russia Travel with more than a dozen crossings
  • Vista’s opening season with 18 voyages in the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, Holy Land, British Isles and Colonial America
  • Regatta sails 13 Alaskan cruises ranging from 7 to 20 days
  • Insignia and Vista offer 14 departures new York, Montreal, and Boston with a focus on Canadian Maritime Shipping, Colonial America and Bermuda

Top 10 Highlighted Trips from the Europe and North America Collection 2023

Picturesque Mediterranean | April 14, 2023
Riviera: Venice to Barcelona, 10 days
A truly outstanding showcase of culture, history and exquisite cuisine is presented with nine ports of call Croatia, Montenegro, Greece, Italy, and France.

Turkish & Hellenic Gemstones | May 4, 2023
Marina: Athens to Istanbul, 7 days
This trip is brimming with history as it focuses on Greece and Turkey with calls in Ephesus, Bodrum, Antalya, Rhodes and Mykonos and ends with an overnight stay in sultry Istanbul.

Scandinavia & Baltic fascination | June 2, 2023
Marina: Amsterdam to Copenhagen, 12 days
Discover the ultimate expression of the beauty and cultural richness of the great Baltic Capitals are known for cities like Oslo, rhus, and Berlin. One night in St. Petersburg offers the special opportunity to experience the White Nights Festival in all its glory.

Discoveries in the British Isles | June 11, 2023
Riviera: London to Belfast, 18 days
A fascinating mix of marquee harbors like Edinburgh, Belfast, and Dublin mixed in with ports off the beaten path like Killybegs in Ireland and Kirkwall on the Orkney Islands offers numerous surprises, as the voyage explores a total of 16 ports in 18 days.

Vikings, Fjords & Legends | July 1, 2023
Marina: Oslo to London, 10 days
On the return of the Vikings, this journey is a virtual kaleidoscope of fascinating history and fairytale landscapes. Discover the best of Norway and the Baltic Capital cities have cosmopolitan flair balanced with natural splendor and the incomparable majesty of the Norwegian fjords.

Greenland & Nordic Gems | July 21, 2023
Riviera: Reykjavík to Oslo, 15 days
Nature is at the center of this cruise with the geysers and hot springs of Iceland, pristine glaciers of Greenland, ancient archipelago in the North Sea and the unspoiled beauty of the southern Sweden and Norway.

Alaska & California Treasures | September 7, 2023
Regatta: Vancouver to The angel, 20 days
All premieres Alaska Ports, Hubbard Glacier, the Inside Passage, Astoria and an overnight stay in San Francisco come together in a great adventure full of variety and contrasts.

Legendary European adventure | September 26, 2023
Riviera: Amsterdam to Venice, 34 days
This trip covers the most famous travel destinations of Europe North Atlantic and northern Mediterranean coasts with overnight stays in Bordeaux and Venice, Plus Bilbao, Lisbon, Seville, Barcelona, Provence, Portofino, Florence, Dubrovnik and more.

Holy Land & Aegean Majesty | October 6, 2023
Nautical: Jerusalem to Rome, 11 days
Experience 360 ​​degree history with outstanding classics such as Rhodes, Ephesus, Athens, and Santorini, plus an overnight stay in Jerusalem, crowned with the inescapable fascination of Sicily and the riddle is that Naples.

Canada & New England Charms | October 19th & October 30, 2023
Insignia: Boston to Montreal, 11 days
Incomparable fall foliage, romantic picture-book harbors and an abundance of American and French culinary experiences define this itinerary, which shows the crossroads of European and American history.

About Oceania Cruises
Oceania Cruises is the world’s leading culinary and destination-oriented cruise line. The seven small, luxurious ships on the line carry no more than 1,250 guests and offer the best cuisine at sea and travel destination-rich routes that span the whole world. Expertly curated travel experiences aboard the designer-inspired small ships that call at more than 450 marquee and boutique ports Europe, Alaska, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, New England-Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, Tahiti and the South Pacific and the epic 180-day journeys around the world. The brand has ordered an additional Vista class ship with 1,200 guests for delivery in 2025.

Headquartered in Miami, Oceania Cruises is owned by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., a diversified cruise company of leading global cruise brands including Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

About Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) is a leading global cruise company operating the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands. With a combined fleet of 28 ships with almost 60,000 berths, these brands offer routes to more than 490 destinations worldwide. The company has nine other ships that are to be delivered by 2027 and have around 24,000 berths.

SOURCE Oceania Cruises