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Oceania Cruises launches 2021 Europe & North America

Oceania Cruises’ new 2021 Europe & North America Collection of voyages is now available for booking.
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First look at four ‘better than new’ Oceania ships with US$100m reno

Oceania Cruises has announced the US$100 million ‘OceaniaNEXT’ renovation of its four Regatta-Class ships: Regatta, Insignia, Sirena, and Nautica.
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Oceania announces flight upgrade special until June 30

Oceania Cruises is offering a flight upgrade special as part of its signature ‘OLife Choice’ package.
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Oceania Cruises on Cuba, Canada and an exciting announcement to come

Oceania Cruises is accustomed to making waves in the cruise industry.
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Oceania Cruises’ OLife makes for an all-around delectable experience at sea

Reporting from the lovely environs of Oceania Marina is pure pleasure.
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Oceania’s newly added Cuba cruises feature Cienfuegos & Santiago de Cuba for the first time

Cuba is red hot these days, with more and more cruise lines announcing new sailings to the destination.
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Oceania’s wave of offers includes unlimited Internet, free amenities and more

Oceania Cruises is riding an exciting wave of offers on all 2017-2018 sailings that includes airfare and free unlimited Internet.
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Oceania Cruises’ Insignia to homeport in NYC next summer

Luxury cruising is coming to the shores of New York City, courtesy of Oceania Cruises.
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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings rolls out high speed Wi-Fi across three brands

Being ‘plugged in’ at all times is a must for a growing number of travellers, which is why Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings will be quadrupling the current bandwidth across its Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleets in the coming months.
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NCL, Oceania, RSSC cancel Turkey for 2016

MIAMI — Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises have cancelled all their Turkey ports of call for 2016. The Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings companies are the latest to suspend calls at Turkish ports. MSC and Crystal Cruises have also made cancellations. A statement from NCLH said, “At Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania […]
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Uniworld’s new Super Ship, S.S. São Gabriel, set to debut April 9, 2020
Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has released the first images of its new Super Ship, S.S. São Gabriel, set...
Joni Rein leads VIVA Cruises’ push into the North American market
VIVA Cruises is bringing its four-star river cruise product into the North American market with operations led by Joni...
Karen Scott Caplice is Travel Edge’s new Director, Advisor Relationships – Canada
Travel Edge has promoted Karen Scott Caplice to Director, Advisor Relationships – Canada for Travel Edge Luxury...
CTO announces closure of NYC, London offices and audit of Barbados HQ
CTO announces closure of NYC, London offices and audit of Barbados HQ
BARBADOS — As reported Oct. 15 on, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) has announced plans to...
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