MIAMI — Oceania Cruises has unveiled some 100 sailings in the Caribbean and Tahiti for 2024 and 2025 onboard Marina, Nautica, Sirena and the line’s new ship, Vista.
Caribbean highlights include Castries on the island of St. Lucia; Puerto Limon in Costa Rica; Gatun Lake in Panama; and Colombia’s colonial city of Cartagena. The must-sees in French Polynesia include Papeete, Nuku Hiva and Bora Bora.
The four ships will sail from Miami, Cartagena, New York, L.A., Bridgetown, Panama and Papeete.
“At Oceania Cruises, we offer an extensive collection of destination-intensive Caribbean and Tahiti itineraries, allowing our well-traveled and curious guests to discover something new about these popular yet still relatively untouched regions,” said Frank A. Del Rio, President, Oceania Cruises. “Our carefully curated, diverse range of shore excursions, combined with the relaxing home-away-from-home ambiance on board our boutique ships and The Finest Cuisine at Sea, offers the perfect luxury vacation choice.”
For all new reservations for sailings departing Oct. 1, 2023 or later, clients can take advantage of Oceania’s MORE value promise with free roundtrip airfare, free airport transfers, a free shore excursion credit and a free beverage package for all guests.