Oceania Cruises reveals longer sailings for 2025

Oceania Cruises reveals longer sailings for 2025

Seven new grand voyages range in length from 50 to 111 days

A series of seven grand voyages will be operated by Oceania Cruises in 2025. 

The longest of the journeys, an 111-day cruise covers the South Pacific, New Zealand, Australia, Asia, Africa and the Mediterranean. Two small ships will be deployed with a multi-day land tour in between on an itinerary covering three continents and five countries across 74 days starting from Sydney. 

Chief executive Howard Sherman said: “This new collection of globe-spanning itineraries includes both iconic and off the beaten path ports of call and offers a wealth of opportunities for our guests to explore the farthest corners of the globe, making the journey just as rewarding as the destination.”


The seven Grand Voyages include:

Far & Wide: The Ultimate Odyssey
22 December 2024 | Sydney to Santiago de Chile
Regatta & Marina | 74 Days, including a 6-Day Mid-Cruise Overland Program

The brochure says: The first of its kind, this ultimate odyssey transcends the imagination as it explores three continents on two small, luxurious ships linked by your choice of an amazing, immersive Mid Cruise Overland Program – The Extraordinary Blue Mountains or A Grand Andean Lakes Crossing. Gain an extraordinary global perspective on this eclectic journey that stretches from great cities Down Under to Ushuaia and breathtakingly beautiful lands of Patagonia and Antarctica.

Ultimate Pacific Traveler
3 October 2024 | Los Angeles to Sydney
Regatta | 79 Days

The brochure says: Delve into the Pacific’s finest treasures on this epic voyage, which unfolds from pristine Alaska to awe-inspiring Australia. In between, you’ll enjoy ample time uncovering the icons and hidden gems in captivating destinations across Japan and Southeast Asia.

South America Kaleidoscope
7 December 2024 | Miami to Rio de Janeiro
Marina | 50 Days

The brochure says: Treasure this South American voyage to the ends of the earth. You’ll explore lands so astoundingly diverse you’ll be amazed they could be visited on a single journey: Inca ruins in Peru, the surreal glaciers of Antarctica, the rhythm-filled villages of Brazil and so much more.

Grand Eastern Reflections
22 December 2024 | Abu Dhabi to Singapore
Riviera | 78 Days

The brochure says: Trace the ancient trade routes of Asia as you navigate remote seas dotted with an alluring collection of fascinating destinations, from vibrant cities lining India to an array of port collector’s treasures in Southeast Asia and more than10 unique ports in Japan.

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Epic Continental Explorer
25 February 2025 | Papeete to Barcelona
Nautica | 111 Days

The brochure says: This multi-month sojourn will delight seasoned travelers with its intriguing lineup of destinations spanning exotic Pacific isles, fascinating Australian outposts, exquisite Southeast Asian locales, a sweeping array of African ports and beyond.

Patagonia to Iberia Mosaic
6 March 2025 | Santiago de Chile to Barcelona
Marina | 63 Days

The brochure says: Reveal a portrait of South America and Iberia composed of sought-after destinations that blend together into a masterpiece. Experience the ice-blue glaciers of Patagonia; the prismatic locales of Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil; and the stunning azulejo-lined plazas of Lisbon and Seville.

Asia & Oceania Odyssey
22 May 2025 | Tokyo to Honolulu
Regatta | 72 Days

The brochure says: Uncover the seamless blend of the ancient and modern in Japan and China, the fusion of unique topography and diverse cultures in Southeast Asia, lesser known outposts in northern Australia and the rare beauty of the South Pacific’s most desirable islands all on one journey.

The line has also reprised an Around the World in 180 Days voyage for 2025 with an east-to-west navigation, and the seven-ship brand has a second 1,200-guest Allura class ship on order for delivery in 2025. The programme goes on sale on 14 September.

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