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Oceania Cruises Launch Tropics And Exotics 2020-21

Oceania Cruises - Exotics & Tropics

Oceania Cruises new collection of cruises for winter 2020 and 2021 are now open for reservations, with itineraries featured in the Americas, Asia and the Pacific.

The luxury cruise line's new 'Tropics & Exotics' programme offers a choice of over 85 voyages departing between November 2020 and June 2021. Sixty-nine of the cruises are entirely new to Oceania Cruises, with maiden calls also scheduled in a range of destinations throughout the Far East, Cuba, Australia and South America.

The new voyages will sail on all six of Oceania Cruises ships, including the re-imagined Regatta Class ships (Regatta, Insignia, Nautica and Sirena), which will have benefitted from a dramatic makeover costing more than £100 million.

2020-2021 Tropics & Exotics Cruise Collection Highlights

12 new ports of call - Muroran (Hokkaido), Japan • Sendai, Japan • Miyako, Japan • Bali (Celukan Bawang), Indonesia • Surabaya, Indonesia • Mooloolaba, Australia • Port Lincoln, Australia • Whangarei, Australia • Tolanero (Fort Dauphin), Madagascar • Maceio, Brazil • Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic • Isla de la Juventud, Cuba.

The Amazon & Beyond - To start the 2020-2021 season, Insignia will cruise deep into the Amazon on a 24-night voyage in November from Miami. The itinerary includes an overnight stay in Manaus and includes visits to five ports along the Amazon River, as well as stops in Barbados, St Barts, Tortola, Dominica and Martinique.

Explore Cuba - During the winter months, Sirena will offer a series of cruises to one of the Caribbean's most intriguing islands. The Cuba-intensive itineraries include overnight stays in Havana, alongside stops in Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba.

Discover Japan - In April 2021, Nautica will offer three 10-night voyages in Japan. Operating round-trip from vibrant Tokyo, the cruises include stops in Hiroshima, Kyoto and Busan (South Korea). One of the sailings, which departs on 21st April 2021, also calls at Sasebo, which is the perfect place for guests to take in the in-bloom Cherry Blossoms.

An Australian Adventure - Oceania Cruises will offer an Australia circumnavigation cruise on Regatta. The 35-day voyage will operate on a round-trip basis from Sydney and include visits to two new ports - Mooloolaba, a bustling resort town on Australia's Sunshine Coast, and Port Lincoln, a city rich in maritime history and home to Lincoln National Park.

To find out more about Oceania's Tropics & Exotics Collection, please take a look at our online brochure, which is packed with detailed itinerary information and insights into life onboard an Oceania ship.

Alternatively, for further information regarding the voyages featured in the new collection, please call our Voyage Consultants on 0800 008 6677.

You can also make an online enquiry for your preferred cruise by clicking one of the following links:

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