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Oceania Cruises’ Summer Sale: Unbeatable Value on 50 Voyages

Oceania Cruises®, the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line, is offering up to 40% off 50 global voyages in its Annual Summer Sale, which runs from now through 26 August. The promotion offers travellers ultimate value along with the chance to explore some of the most sought-after and idyllic parts of the world aboard the line’s eight ultra-premium small ships which are perfectly sized to call on off-the-beaten-path ports, as well as landmark cities across six continents.

Whether your goal is to duck under aquamarine falls in Chile, get lost under neon lights in bustling Kyoto, or dive into crystal-clear waves in Tahiti, Oceania Cruises’ Annual Summer Sale voyages allow guests to immerse themselves in local cultures while enjoying the line’s renowned home-away-from-home luxury and market-leading onboard service.

All sailings include Oceania Cruises’ simply MORE value promise, meaning virtually everything is included in the voyage fare: complimentary Champagnes, premium wines, and an international selection of beers during lunch and dinner; and a shore excursion credit of up to $1,400 per stateroom (credit varies by voyage length) plus free Wi-Fi, free speciality dining and free pre-paid gratuities. Created to elevate the guest experience, simply MORE means travellers receive ultimate value on top of an ultra-premium cruise experience.

“Our Annual Summer Sale features a diverse, and truly global, collection of sailings, from 35-day Pacific Ocean crossings to a six-day exploration of the Malaysian Peninsula, all at enticing prices, starting from just over $1,000 per person,” commented Frank A. Del Rio, President of Oceania Cruises. “It’s the ideal way to experience Oceania Cruises’ ultra-premium experience at the ultimate value, so whether it’s your first, tenth, or thirtieth time sailing with us, there’s no better time to book your next journey on Oceania Cruises.”

The extensive selection of voyages, departing between October 2024 and August 2025, promises to ignite wanderlust in even the most experienced world traveller. Cruise-only prices start from $1,080 per person, for the 6-day roundtrip Singapore ‘Malay Peninsula Treasures’ voyage aboard Regatta departing 3 April, 2025.

Oceania Cruises is renowned for its immersive, small-batch shore excursions, and these itineraries are no exception. Guests will rediscover familiar places through a new lens or explore somewhere completely new with expert-led, small group day trips. These include gourmet-focused options through Oceania Cruises’ signature Culinary Discovery Tours; discovering the secrets of the world’s most famous buildings and landmarks with its Beyond Blueprints collection of architect-led tours; or its Go Green range, offering insights into how communities conserve, sustain, and elevate their environments.

Select Summer Sale Voyage Highlights

Hong Kong to Tokyo: 27 January, 2025

This 18-day itinerary on the 1,250-guest Riviera transports travellers to where innovation meets history in a stunningly rich East Asian adventure. Visit legendary museums, pagodas, and palaces across Taiwan, Japan, and China and get lost in the abundant natural beauty of towering bamboo forests, endless mountain ranges, and sacred gardens.

Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro: 24 March, 2025

Opulence and zestful life abound throughout this 12-day retreat down the South American coast on the 1,250-guest Marina. From rainbows of tropical creatures and jungle air to bustling towns and cities, travellers are treated to the thrum of the local experience on this once-in-a-lifetime journey. Expert-led culinary tours of small port towns allow guests to effortlessly absorb the local culinary scene and unique shore excursions for every port pave the way for immersive adventures in new facets of ancient culture.

Perth to Auckland: 4 May, 2025

Discover the astounding architecture and lush landscapes of Australia and New Zealand on this 24-day sailing on the 670-guest Insignia. Explore everything the region has to offer, from slow-paced seaside towns, bustling cities, and the legendary Sydney opera house to natural limestone caves, glowing beaches, and an underwater observatory with over 300 species of marine life.

Papeete to Papeete: 26 August, 2025

Reconnect with nature on this luxurious jaunt through French Polynesia in 10 days aboard the 670-guest Regatta. Ports like Tahiti and Bora Bora emulate ultimate relaxation as fine white sand meets turquoise-blue water, towering waterfalls crash onto crystalline coves, and palm tree forests create a shady sanctuary from the year-round summer sun. Shore excursions like snorkelling, kayaking, hiking, and more provide the perfect opportunity to experience one of the most beautiful regions on Earth.

New York to Montreal: 17 October, 2024

Historic New England towns, Canadian coastlines, and crisp autumn air make this voyage unforgettable as guests visit the destinations of Captain James Cook for 11 days on 670-guest Insignia. Statuesque mansions in Rhode Island, quaint seaside escapes in Maine, and a fabulous collection of museums and churches from Nova Scotia to Newfoundland ensure travellers will be well-occupied on this wonderful taste of North America.

Miami to Bridgetown: 21 December, 2024

Tropical rainforests, mangrove marshes, and flourishing reefs await guests in this exotic 14-day journey aboard the 670-guest Sirena that starts in the sunny splendour of Miami, Florida. Celebrate the holiday season with world-class dining, treat yourself to a massage, and recline by the uncrowded pool or hot tub on board. Then, delve into exciting days ashore with a zipline rainforest adventure in Panama, witness exotic wildlife in Belize, and dive into hidden caverns in Curaçao to bring in the new year with luxurious adventures.

For more information on Oceania Cruises’ small-ship luxury product, The Finest Cuisine at Sea®, and expertly curated travel experiences, visit OceaniaCruises.com, call +852 800-967609 (Hong Kong), +65 31 651 677 (Singapore), or speak with a professional travel advisor.

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