After counting down my top 5 aspirational cruises for 2019 last year, I decided to do the same thing for 2020. From Japan to Africa, there is a lot of ground I hope to cover in 2020.
Among the many possible cruise destinations in Europe, Scandinavia and the Baltics stand out as some of the most popular. Both regions offer an alluring mix of culture, history and natural beauty, and both are arguably best explored by ship. To explore the lands of England, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Germany, Poland… [Read More]
Oceania Cruises offers an array of experiences in the “Last Frontier” of Alaska. Sailing from San Francisco, Seattle, and Vancouver, travelers have 14 departures to choose from between May and September 2017. “[Guests] see an uncommon Alaska, a side that you only experience on a small ship with the inimitable style and comfort of Oceania… [Read More]
The Caribbean’s newest private island is open for business – and Oceania Cruises has well over two dozen itineraries that will be visiting the newest port experience on the Western Caribbean, Harvest Caye, Belize. Developed by Oceania’s parent company, Norwegian Cruise Line, Harvest Caye is one of the first private island-style destination experiences to debut… [Read More]
Since its inception in 2002, Oceania Cruises has bucked trends and expectations to deliver voyages that are wholly unique. Defying convention, its most popular voyages are often its longest, with a massive 180-day “Around the World” sailings selling out year after year. As Oceania celebrates its 15th year in business, it is sending its fleet… [Read More]
Oceania Cruises has unveiled a collection of more than 30 new itineraries for the Winter 2017-18 season aboard Regatta, Marina, Riviera, and Sirena. Ranging from nine to 34 days, these new voyages afford discerning travelers to embark on an Oceania Cruises voyage that is close to home or explore paradise half a world away. Highlights of the new… [Read More]
Azamara Journey and Oceania’s Regatta: two similarly designed ships that offer a similar-styled cruise experience. For prospective cruisers who’ve narrowed their choices down to these two vessels, deciding on one particular ship can be tough; after all, when it comes to these two gorgeous midsize ships, there’s no such thing as a wrong choice. Despite… [Read More]
Oceania Cruises is all about the special voyage. Recently the line unleashed a flurry of press releases announcing a whole host of fascinating itineraries that combine vibrant ports of call with notable onboard speakers. At the top of the pack are two special Mediterranean voyages in 2016 aboard the 1,250-guest Marina that are designed to… [Read More]