Oceania Cruises’ ships will visit more than 60 destinations throughout the Caribbean and Tahiti
Oceania Cruises will offer 100 sailings in the Caribbean and Tahiti in 2024 and 2025, visiting over 60 destinations throughout the region.
Marina, Nautica, Sirena and the cruise line’s newest ship, Vista, will be sailing in the region during the cruise season. They will homeport in Miami, New York and Los Angeles in the USA, Cartagena in Colombia, Bridgetown in Barbados and Papeete in Tahiti. Voyages will range between seven and 31 days.
Itineraries will include the 10-day ‘Golden Sands & Sunsets’, departing roundtrip from Miami onboard Vista on 18 February 2024; the 16-day ‘Beyond the Panama Canal’ voyage onboard Nautica departing from Miami to Los Angeles on 23 December 2024; and ‘Lands of Captain Cook’, a 31-day itinerary from Papeete to Sydney, Australia, onboard Nautica, departing on 19 February 2024.
"At Oceania Cruises, we offer an extensive collection of destination-intensive Caribbean and Tahiti itineraries, allowing our well-travelled and curious guests to discover something new about these popular yet still relatively untouched regions," said Frank A. Del Rio, president of 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."