Oceania Cruises presents new Tropics voyages for 2017-18

Ocean Marina Courtesy of Oceania Cruises
Ocean Marina
Courtesy of Oceania Cruises

Oceania Cruises has unveiled a collection of more than 30 new itineraries for the Winter 2017-18 season aboard the line’s acclaimed Regatta, Marina, Riviera, and Sirena. Ports of call include locales in the South Pacific, Caribbean and South America.

Ranging in length from nine to 34 days in length, these new voyages afford discerning travelers to embark on an Oceania Cruises voyage that is close to home or – if you prefer – to explore paradise half a world away.

Highlights of the new voyages include Sirena’s in-depth exploration of South America including an all-new Amazon voyage from Miami to Rio de Janeiro. Or, consider a 35-day journey from San Diego to Rio de Janeiro that includes coastal Mexico, the Panama Canal and Devil’s Island. Regatta covers the South Pacific almost in its entirety including a circumnavigation of the Australian continent and an adventurous jaunt through the Coral and Timor seas to Indonesia. Marina combines the best of South America and the South Pacific with a mélange of alluring itineraries featuring the breathtaking icons and ruins of lost civilizations amidst the pearl-like seas of Tahiti and French Polynesia. Regatta, Marina, Riviera, and Sirena all offer Oceania Cruises’ memorable Caribbean experiences as they travel to boutique ports that are havens of the jet set and the lines’ very own resort-destination in Belize.

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