Cruise guests onboard Sirena can visit many new destinations in luxury from November 2020 (Image: Oceania Cruises)
US-based cruise operator Oceania Cruises has introduced a new series of itineraries to Arabia, India, Indonesia, Myanmar and The Holy Lands through the Sirena Exotic Collection.
The collection comprises nine voyages of between 10- and 24-days that will sail from November 2020 to April 2021.
The recently refurbished Sirena will begin the itineraries with a 12-day trip from Jerusalem, Israel to Istanbul, Turkey. She will then sail through the Red Sea to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar, Bahrain and Oman and then on to India, the Maldives and Myanmar.
All itineraries include overnight port calls as well as calls to new ports such as Marmaris, Turkey; Sir Bani Yas, UAE; Doha, Qatar; Al Bahrain, Bahrain; Al Khasab, Oman; and Sabang, Indonesia.
“We’ve thoughtfully crafted these immersive and off-the-beaten-path explorations to some of the hardest to reach destinations in the world to satiate our guests’ appetites for new and unusual travel experiences,” said Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises.
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