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Oceania Cruises Winter 2015-2016 Cruise Collection

Oceania Cruises has announced its 2015-2016 Winter Cruise Collection, which features a variety of destination-rich itineraries travelling to stunning locations in South America, South Africa, Asia, the South Pacific and Caribbean.

The Winter Collection will see the Oceania Cruises fleet collectively sail to all four corners of the globe. There are 42 featured itineraries in total, 32 of which are of two-weeks in length or longer and 27 of the voyages sail unique itineraries that have never before been offered by Oceania Cruises.

Among the winter itineraries are also 12 new and exciting ports of call, they are: Boracay Island, Philippines; Cooktown, Australia; Sanya, China; Eden, Australia; Gisborne, New Zealand; Shimizu, Japan; Jamestown, Saint Helena; Jeju, South Korea; Luderitz, Namibia; Norfolk Island, Australia; Raroia, French Polynesia and Newcastle, Australia.

Winter 2015-2016 Per Ship

Regatta will spend time in North, South and Central America, while calling on some Caribbean ports along the way. Itineraries include two new cruises that explore the Amazon River and four voyages that traverse the Panama Canal. Sailings will visit destinations including Peru, Chile, Brazil, Costa Rica and Argentina.

Insignia will depart from Miami on January 4th 2016, for an incredible Around the World in 180 Days voyage. This epic cruise is the latest in a series that represents the most comprehensive and port-intensive world exploration opportunity available in the cruise industry.

Nautica will call Asia and South Africa home for a series of eight unique itineraries, six of which are entirely new routes for this region. The itinerary line-up includes a wealth of overnight stays in popular destinations such as Singapore, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Long Bay, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Cape Town, Walvis Bay and many others.

Marina offers back-to-back South American voyages that will explore Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Chile. She will then set sail for the South Pacific where she will offer seven unique itineraries exploring several popular ports in French Polynesia, Fuji, Samoa Islands, Australia and New Zealand.

Riviera will spend the winter months in the sunny Caribbean, with voyages ranging from seven to 14 days in length. She will split her time between the eastern and western Caribbean and will offer a special 12-day holiday sailing visiting St. Barts, Martinique, Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua, Grenada and Puerto Rico.

For more information on the 2015-2016 Oceania Cruises Winter Cruise Collection, please call one of our Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677.